Tuesday, June 4, 2013
Kyron Horman / Missing from a public grade school since June 2010 / Where are you?
It has been three years, today, since Kyron disappeared, without a trace, from Skyline Elementary, a public grade school within the Portland, Oregon School District. Desiree Young, Kyron’s biological mother, anticipates the worst, having stated her belief that Kyron is no longer alive. Terri Horman, Kyron’s stepmother is an unofficial ‘person of interest’ in a law enforcement investigation that has dragged-on without any significant results to include charges filed or suspects named.
Months back law enforcement requested that Desiree Young’s multimillion dollar civil suit against Terri Horman be postponed until August of this year; when law enforcement will reportedly have something tangible in the Kyron disappearance. Said request was granted by the judge in the civil suit. Young’s suit was previously initiated when, after two years, the criminal investigation by the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office seemed stalled.
This is a very unusual development. The Multnomah County Sheriff, as well as the County Prosecutor, have painted themselves into corner. If August comes and goes without something of importance being developed, said County officials will have lost any of the limited credibility to which they now cling.
Of course, everyone wonders what is so magical about August? If this was only Sheriff Daniel Staton whistling in the dark, we could probably discount the possibility of August being any different than any of the months since June of 2010. But, apparently, Desiree Young has accepted the delay in her civil case without a whisper of disagreement.
Something is going to happen in August. If not, we should all be embarrassed that we accepted this nonsense.