All photos/edits/design of "Spring Collage" by Ruth Rader. All Rights Are Reserved.
If you actually know something or have information about Kyron, just go to the police. All this other stuff you do is distrscting everyone and helping whoever really took Kyron get away with it. Why are you hanging so close to Terri, anyways? Are you that hard up for something to do?
This is my response to your asinine comment:First of all, I have been following Kyron Horman's case since the very day that he went missing. When I posted Terri's Facebook wall...it ended up being the most popular post in this blog and it still is. It has garnered thousands of hits. So don't tell me what to do with regard to information related to Kyron's case. I know how to handle it.I am not distracting (spelled the proper way) anyone who has a clue about Kyron's case. What I do and how I do it is none of your business. I am requesting information...not providing it.I am not helping anyone who has done anything negative to Kyron. On the contrary, you idiot...I am working against that source. Which brings me to your statement: "Why are you hanging so close to Terri, anyways?"1.) "Anyways" is not a word.2.) What makes you think that I am "hanging so close to Terri"? My request for information is for the person in the photograph, not Terri. 3.) I am on the road, right now and I guarantee that I have plenty "to do." Forinstance: I am now considering your request that I stay away from Terri (with regardto the person in the photograph) to be a tip that Terri is guilty and that the man in the photograph most likely knows why.4.) Thank you for the information.
I have received a new comment (which I won't publish here). The following three words are directed at the sender of that comment:You sound nervous.
And you sound culpable.
I have left a video response below the original post.
To the person who left me the comment (which I will not publish): Thank you for your message. Yes, I really want to see the photo. Please send it to my Gmail...firstname.lastname@example.orgOr if you prefer, you can text it to me: 541-709-1082Thank You
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