Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Where Is Kyron, Terri?--Additional Comments



I think that pressure should be put on Terri, too. And I think that it's time for the city of Roseburg, Oregon to step up to the plate. I mean, geez, somebody must have a conscience in that community!

People in that city could flood her mailbox with letters! They could slap a "Where's Kyron, Terri?" bumper sticker on their car. Somebody could put up a sign ( a nice, big poster would do ) in the window of their home (especially if that person lives near where Terri is staying) and write, "Where is Kyron, Terri?...WE want to know!"

Residents of Roseburg could hold a candlelight vigil across the street from where Terri is staying right now. That's a lovely idea, don't you think?

And I doubt that there would be a thing that Terri could do about that. But she CAN tell everyone where Kyron is.

The only reason why Terri Moulton Horman even matters right now is because she most likely knows what happened to Kyron on June 4th of last year. When Kyron is found, Terri will crawl back into oblivion like the insignificant roach that she is.

Yeah, big bad Terri...hid behind the curtains and never made a peep when Desiree and Tony came to town.

That witless, gutless wonder.

That's why she picked on a little kid...because the truth is, Terri is a spineless, sniveling, sack of shit.

It's time for the City of Roseburg to rub her nose in it.

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ADDITION TO ORIGINAL POST:

I answered a comment sent to me by siriunsun. I have decided to post my response here, as well:

WHY I THINK TERRI MOULTON HORMAN IS GUILTY


If Terri is innocent (she's not) then she would be doing everything and anything to find Kyron.

I mean, that's just simple logic and standard human nature.

The fact is: Terri has done nothing to find Kyron. Not a thing!

Press conference? Tending the Wall of Hope? Putting up posters? Passing out fliers all over the State? Emailing Kyron's information to places outside of the State? Posting information in rest areas? Riding around with a "Please Help Me Find Kyron" sticker on the rear window of her car? Working with detectives? Doing PSA's or radio interviews? Maintaining a website for Kyron, online?

NO. She has done none of those things! Terri is not even looking for Kyron because she already knows where he is and she doesn't want him to come back.

Why?

Because Terri Moulton Horman is as guilty as any criminal on this Earth has ever been.

6 comments:

siriunsun said...

Why hasn't Terri hosted a candlelight vigil or two? Even if not guilty, had she been organizing vigils and putting up posters since the beginning of this mess, she would certainly not look like such a monster.

Ruthie In The Sky said...

That's a very good question, siriunsun.

If Terri is innocent (she's not) then she would be doing everything and anything to find that boy.

I mean, that's just simple logic and standard human nature.

You're right. Terri has done nothing to find Kyron. Not a thing!

Press conference? Tending the Wall of Hope? Putting up posters? Passing out fliers all over the State? Emailing Kyron's information to places outside of the State? Posting information in rest areas? Riding around with a "Please Help Me Find Kyron" sticker on the rear window of her car? Working with detectives?

NO. She has done none of those things! Terri is not even looking for Kyron because she already knows where he is and she doesn't want him to come back.

Terri is as guilty as any criminal has ever been.

siriunsun said...

I don't know if she is a monster, a spoiled brat, or just a body, an empty shell, devoid of any soul. If that is the case, how could she have possibly gotton that way? She makes me worry about humankind, as a whole.

I don't even know Kyron personally, yet this whole matter has made me so sad. How can anyone justify a thing like this? How can her parents even let her live with them? The fact that she had an affair with a man whose wife was pregnant should be embarrassing enough for them, but now they are on her side while she continues to keep Kyron away from his mother? What motivates them? Do they hate innocence? I hope someone places and replaces posters in Roseburg each and every day until we know what happened to Kyron.

Ruthie In The Sky said...

I agree, siriunsun. I believe that it is time for the good people in Roseburg to gather together and send a Community Question to Terri. Seriously.
I mean, if people are hesitant to sign their whole name at the bottom of letter, then they can just sign their first name or just leave their initials.
But, in any case, I believe a letter should be sent to Terri from as many people as possible in Roseburg. One letter, asking about Kyron, signed or initialed by as many of the citizens of Roseburg as can be collected before the letter is sent.

siriunsun said...

Hmmm.....if only I could just visit Roseburg for a couple of days and go door to door with a letter composed by a committee of concerned individuals who want Kyron home. It would have to be a group effort: a couple of people would have to go door to door, each with a copy of the letter, someone else would have to stand in a public place asking for signatures, maybe the churches in Roseburg (if any of the good, religious folk in Roseburg REALLY care about Kyron) could ask their parishioners to sign a letter, and then, when as many signatures as possible could be gotton, the letter asking Terri to either help find Kyron if she's innocent or give up if she's guilty could be delivered during a vigil on the sidewalk of her parents' block. Dramatic and possibly harsh? I can only say this: if I were Terri's mother, and a stepgrandchild of mine were missing, I'd be out there every day looking for the child until he was found. Thanx again for indulging me and lending your space, Ruthie. I hope Terri's family is reading your blog.

Ruthie In The Sky said...

I think it is time that you and I communicate by email. My email address is listed on the navigation bar at the top of my blog.