Thursday, August 1, 2013
Why Was Kyron Horman Suit Dropped?
Her attorneys knew, all along, of the restrictions that law enforcement may seek to uphold. Is it possible that an agreement of sorts has taken place in which Desiree has accomplished what she intended all along: to pressure the state attorneys into moving her son's case forward?
For those who have yet to research the analysis, Terri Horman has been indicated for deception in the case of missing 7 year old Kyron Horman. She, along with her friend, DeeDee Spicher, both were deceptive, with Spicher seeking to defend Horman, and perhaps, even assisted her after the fact.
It is my personal belief that after Terri Horman killed Kyron, she moved his body, and likely to a place where it would be devoured by the elements. It is my personal belief that his body was, in fact, put into a large body of water.
There is lots of analysis, especially early on, in this case, in which veracity was indicated in Desiree Young (Kyron's mother) and Kaine Horman (father).
For a missing child case, this gives readers examples of Behavioral Analysis, and "the expected"; that is, responses that are expected, since analysis deals with the "unexpected."
Desiree continues to put pressure on Terri Horman, who's sociopathic mind refuses to whisper where Kyron's remains can be found, or even what happened to him, so that she can keep Desiree from having any closure.
You will note in the press conference that after the years have passed, Desiree said she would "never" stop looking for Kyron.
This indicates belief that he will not be found.
When seen very early on in a missing child case it is a red flag.
Given the passage of time, here, it is not.
Analysis, although scientific, is not 'wooden' blocks, and context is always important.
Kyron is not forgotten by us.
Let us hope that state attorneys have something to offer Desiree in exchange for dropping her suit.