Saturday, November 24, 2012

Show Us The Fine Print

"What's Done In The Dark Will Be Brought To The Light."--Johnny Cash

What We All Want To See

She's right up there with Austin Sigg.

Terri Moulton (No Longer A Horman) did something terrible to
young Kyron Horman. And by most accounts, she went after
her stepson because Terri Moulton is screwed-up in the head. Totally.

And while some people say that this case has gone cold, the interest
in it certainly has not. KPTV's recent article has been recommended on
Facebook over 800 times. That's a lot of recommendations in just
a few days.

I feel that we have the right to see Ms. Manic Moulton's mental
health records. Like Austin Sigg, we have the right to know who
is "living among us."

Ohh, but for a leak to the media, now!

Hint-hint.

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"Terri Moulton sits in a concrete box/Where she stares and no one cares/And she never talks...
While her memory walks/Down the
hall and out the door/And her misery drops/into a drain in the floor."--By Ruth Rader.




Terri Moulton could have been a real hero on June 4, 2010. She could have been a wonderful blessing to Kyron and given him a beautiful, precious and lasting memory to remember. She could have
lit another star in the "Galaxy of Good Deeds."

But she didn't.

Stupid Terri.

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Oh, and James Moulton...the son of your wicked mother...don't dig yourself too deep in those trenches. Because eventually, you might get pulled back out and have to answer some very
important questions.

2 comments:

Juli Henry said...

I agree that Terri has mental problems, but I still think whatever her problems are, they do not constitute a defense. The court order will just enable any counselor, marriage counselor, family therapist, or any help she sought privately after her DWI, to talk about Terri to authorities without having to worry about confidentiality laws. I am also still hoping that when she is finally held accountable, she goes to jail, rather than the funnyfarm. Other people who would be forced to live with Terri at the funnyfarm are not criminals, and do not deserve to live with someone like Terri Horman.

Ruthie Rader said...

Oh my.

You sure shot your bullet straight out of the gun, on this one. Har!

I agree, Juli...that Her Madness, The Queen of Mean, should go straight from the courtroom to a prison cell. And I bet that she will.

Terri Moulton should not stop at the "Shady Acres Rest Home For Corroded Criminal Craniums"...No, she should pass go and end up at that point...where the metal door finally shuts...and she begins to suffocate behind a wall of no escape.

"Terri Moulton sits in a concrete box/Where she stares and no one cares/And she never talks...

While her memory walks/Down the
hall and out the door/And her misery drops/Like her tears, into a drain in the floor."