Mods, please feel free to delete, move or otherwise take care of this. *lol* We seem to have a sticking point as to some who are on the fence can not come down off the fence for either side until they have a reason. Personally, I don't need a reason. I feel there is a reason that a prosecutor doesn't have to prove motive; it would be nice, but sometimes people are just evil for evil's sake, or at least for "reasons" we would never agree with or understand. I can think of a few reasons off the top of my head; none of them worth the abduction and/or life of a sweet innocent child, but then again, someone else's priorities may be far different from mine. 1. convenience. He was in her way, and she wanted to be free of the encumbrance an exhuberant 7 year old boy can be. 2. jealousy. She had her own children and did not want to be bothered with someone else's child any longer. 3. hate. She hated Kaine (and probably Desiree) for whatever reasons, and used this to break them forever. 4. money. She never thought she would be caught, and could sue the school for negligence in losing her "son". 5. money again. If something were to happen to Kaine and if Kyron were not around, most, if not all inheiritance would probably go to her and to baby K. I've got more, but those to me are the most likely just off the top of my head. But honestly, if someone is going to do something that evil, they don't always have a legitimate and valid reason. When that happens their family and loved ones say they "went crazy". Seldom, and sadly that is true. Generally, it's just because they didn't have the heart to look straight into the soul of the murderer they thought they knew.