In reading through the threads, I see a lot of misinformation taken and presented as fact. It's frustrating when you know something is untrue or has been qualified, and yet it's being used as evidence of guilt or to support an assumption that would not otherwise be in play if the misinformation was cleared up. IMHO, there has been a lot of contradictory reporting on this case, and there have been statements made that were later clarified. This thread isn't about Terri's guilt or innocence, but about the proliferation of misinformation, and how that's affecting the analysis of this case. Please, let's not be sarcastic, but let's attempt to clear up the most rampant and frequently promulgated misinformation. One piece of misinformation that bugs me is the assertion that Kyron cried when leaving Desiree and Tony's house, the implication being that he didn't want to go home to Terri. While it is true that Kyron cried when leaving Desiree and Tony's house, in a later interview it was clarified by Kaine with Desiree appearing with him, that Kyron also cried when leaving Kaine and Terri's house to visit Desiree and Tony, and the biological parents agreed Kyron was having trouble transitioning between the two homes.