Thursday, April 11, 2013
Terri Horman: Where Is Kyron?
June 4, 2010 will always be a sad date for me.
It marks my own brother's birth date, which, as a close sibling, was always a fun and special day growing up.
It was on the same date that Kyron Horman met his fate at the hands of his step mother, Terri Horman, who was indicated for deception, failed her polygraph, and has steadfastly remained silent with the exception of talking to her then best friend, DeDe Spicher, who was also indicated for deception via Statement Analysis.
The criminal investigation is cold, but "ongoing"; as Terri Horman kept up the silence to inflict the maximum amount of pain upon Kyron's brave mother, Desiree Young, and his father, Kaine Horman. In fact, in February, Kaine sought a delay in the divorce,while Terri's lawyers are insisting that NO QUESTIONS be asked of her about Kyron's disappearance even though it would speak to appropriateness in childcare duties.
Would any of these attorneys wish to have Terri babysit their children or grandchildren?
A simple word, 'leaked' via an attorney, for example, would have allowed closure to, in the least, begin for the tormented family, but Terri Horman would have none of it.
Recalling his case, see the article from 2012 about DeDe Spicher. I have long wondered if DeDe Spicher helped move the body.
A journalist had called Terri, who, according to the journalist, began to speak rapidly into the phone, thinking she was speaking to her attorney, and may have just indicated that she moved the body.
The story never went public, though police were aware of it.
What were the exact words she used? I need the green light and precise wording from him. I invite said journalist to share his story, if allowed now, since so much time has passed. It is his story to tell, and I hope he will.
His account, when taken into consideration regarding statements we have analyzed, can be stitched together, like pieces of a puzzle that fit.
DeDe Spicher had to plead the 5th amendment because her own words would have brought her indictment.
It's silence speaks volumes, while placing the burden of proof on the shoulders of prosecutors.
Yet, it is De De Spicher's own conscience that must find rest. How is it possible while she, like Terri Horman, remain in conspiratorial silence?
Terri, where is Kyron?
If you have a shred of humanity left in that dark cellar you call your soul, let it out. Let someone known.
Let Desire and Kaine bury their dead.