Blink On Location Work In Development: Isabel Celis, Jerry Sandusky, Joran van der Sloot and Kyron Horman

Editor In Chief, will be on location through Tuesday June 12  to bring you updates in the following cases over the next 2 weeks:

Isabel Celis Abduction BREAKING NEWS: Docs Show Blood In Bedroom Police Eye Family AND Neighbor Part 2


It is not coming out in the”wash” for Isabel.  There are suspects.   She continues to be missing and presumed abducted.



Jerry Sandusky: “Touched”  His Victims, Judged By His Peers.  The Sandusky Trial Begins

9 Non-sequestered jurors chosen and  judge decides victims must  be named.

Natalee Holloway and Peruvian Convicted Murderer Joran van der Sloot’s  Not So Excellent Adventure To The US For Extortion: Is it Justice Disguised or Justice REFINED?


While the thought of Joran passing through  customs via US Marshalls on US soil skeeves me out,  Is it the home away from prison that Joran wishes to tell the truth for??   Natalee deserves justice.

Kyron Horman Missing For 2 Years Yields Civil Suit:  Parents Divided SO Who IS United??



Kyron’s mother files a civil suit against defacto suspect and step mom, Terri Horman.


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  1. Ragdoll says:

    Your hands are full, friendLY

    I’m deeply touched by all the victims stories…..but the age progression pic of Kyron choked me up big time. Dear, sweet boy. :(

    Justice for the children <3

  2. Malty says:

    Yaah go Blink
    June 12 it is

  3. numbersgirl says:

    Godspeed, Blink.



  4. NY Liz says:

    I’ve always been interested in true crime stories but Kyron’s case is when I really started focusing on missing children. I wish there more updates and an end in sight to his story. I still Google his name at least once a week hoping for an arrest.

  5. Ode says:

    Road Trip, Plane Trip, Trains or Bike…you stay safe and best of luck.

    “Do any of those dials work, sir?”

    “Not a one.”


    I may be a Del Neal hybrid. Thanks for the kind words Ode.


  6. I am so glad these cases are moving forwards and somethings are surfacing…i want these kids found, i want justice for these victims. so sweet, so innocent… just so unfair for these babies..i followed a few cases on this website and i just want to know why……why Kyron, Why Isa, Why Christine Sheddy, Why Morgan, Why Holly Bobo, Why Caylee, why Haleigh.

    everyone one of these victims seem innocent, sweet or compassionate about life…So why them?

  7. J4K says:

    I did, but I have no idea what it is you are asking of me. I recall referring you to LE, which is my same advice. I can facilitate that though, if that is your need.


  8. SouthernMom says:

    Ragdoll – Me too, I actually cried hard upon seeing Kyron’s picture. :(

    Thanks Blink for doing your thing…for these victims, I am so grateful there is a “you” advocating for them in every way possible. Be careful and best wishes on the road.

    Ty kindly.


  9. Mermaid14 says:

    OMG, little Kyron. I lost so much sleep over this one and still light an online candle every chance I get for him.
    So glad Desiree will drag the woman into court where she won’t be able to hide behind her lawyer and plead the 5th. It’s time somebody made her talk.

  10. Idahogal says:

    Good luck on your journey for justice, Blink, be safe out there. I pray you will find some answers and eagerly await updates.

  11. Kris says:

    I haven’t closely followed the Kyron Horman case and am now backtracking to catch up. What’s the general consensus among members here; is the step mother behind Kyron’s disappearance?

    Lol, very intelligent question to open with. Kudos, and I support your advocacy.


  12. Survivor says:

    @Kris – initially, I wasn’t so sure. It’s ironic that from following other cases since then and watching patterns that I am firmly in the belief that Terri is solely responsible for Kyron’s disappearance. The updated photo is both welcome and disheartening. I can’t believe it has already been two years. Where is that sweet little tree frog man? My heart breaks for Desiree every time I think about her. There will never be “closure” but I hope she gets answers and finds some peace. Being a woman of faith, I believe that he is in his heavenly Father’s arms and has surpassed all of this. Memorials and funerals are for the living who remain. I can’t imagine Desiree’s heartbreak and those questions must be resolved for her…

  13. Survivor says:

    I’ve been thinking a lot about these cases and as someone who is very spiritually touched, I have to make this observation. What cases do we know, follow and desperately want to be a part of solving? It’s those which aren’t solved immediately. Anybody know the name of the little red head boy who was brutally murdered and dismembered in Houston? What about the family massachered in Florida? Chances are the names are slightly familiar because it just happened but the mom and three girls kidnapped? There is something special and unique about the victims of these unsolved crimes. Isa, Kyron, Caylee, Holly, Haleigh, Haley, Lisa and so many others have something to teach those who they leave behind, including us. I can’t help but believe these cases run cold because there is something the world needs to learn and understand. These babies have had their lives taken from them but live on to communicate something to us. We are seeking answers here and I can’t help but believe it is something so far above and beyond us. Kudos and many thanks to the posters here and Blink herself who help those who cannot help themselves.

  14. Word Girl says:

    I was advised to do so re the instant copyright issue, and future projects.

    Good eye.


  15. Word Girl says:

    Hi, Survivor,
    I appreciate your good heart and concern for the missing, endangered, exploited victims, especially the children.

    I think that cases run cold because they run cold. Witnesses may exist but they haven’t gotten that same ‘heart’ you do, Survivor. They aren’t willing to speak up because they are not secure in their own minds, not able to risk the personal consequences necessary to do the right thing for those victims of injustice.

    I think that these cases (such as you mentioned, June 8, 2012, 11pm) became complex because of the extent of deception employed by those involved, including their attorneys.

    Evil exists in all sorts of forms. We see it on a daily basis in this type of advocacy. If only the high-profile cases were the end of it. Sadly, they represent such an infinitesimal portion of the reality.

    “Indifference, to me, is the epitome of evil.” ~Elie Wiesel

    And we know evil when we see it, if we are at all cognizant of our own potential for the same, and possess the humility to accept its presence.

  16. Mom3.0 says:

    Blink, thanks for continuing to cover these cases.

    I know there is a difference between a suspect and a person of interest- IIRC you have said that “person of interest” is used primarily by journalists.

    So I am wondering if your choice of the word “suspects” IRT Isa case coverage means LE definitely have centered in on someone?

    –In the upcoming Sudusky case- thank you for bringing our attention to the fact that the judge ruled that the victims must be named- I am not sure how to feel about this as I understand one of the reasons for this is to prevent persons from willy nilly bringing false charges but on the otherhand we are talking about victims and they were underage right…even if adults now that still must be very traumatizing to be named…..

    I am eager to read your coverage of the Joran case justice disguised or refined? indeed

    Poor little Kyron, so sad- – thought to be safe at school but yet not… picture of him in his little CSI t-shirt- lover of science and tree frogs… Kyron haunts me so much so that I find it extremely hard to follow his threads Blink- I will however read your coverage hoping some of the many questions will be answered….

    Hope your on location work is going well – thank you for always doing what needs to be done-

    Prayers to these and
    to all the victims and to their families-

    Peace to all

  17. Ragdoll says:

    Sicko Sandusky. Where do I begin? has a link…..’horseplay or rape’. This side show freak has opened his yapped and put himself at the scenes, wrote love letters, narcissistically admitted to showering with boys……..he’s practically hammerin ALL the nails in his coffin. Let’s throw in that perverted smile of his, whilst telling his stories all over media.

    Casey Anthony isn’t the only ditch pig (thank you Red R for coining) walking about with a sense of entitlement.

    THAT jury scares me. Something like 6 -8 jurors are linked to Penn State, directly or indirectly. Really? There were just no other qualified citizens out there, without having a conflict of interest in this case? The prosecution agreed to this???????

    Call me a skeptic, but the system is already compromised. I thought this would be a slam dunk…but now I have serious concerns this monster could walk OR simply receive a slap on the wrist.


  18. RedRose says:

    Are we over here now? I felt like I shut down the list on the other subject where there were 16,000+ comments.

    Will msgs appear her now. TY

  19. RedRose says:

    Will msgs appear here now?

  20. J4K says:

    Hi B,

    Simply relaying info. I have already talked to LE.


    Glad to hear that, I hope you are well.

  21. Sue says:

    Survivor on June 8th @ 11:41 pm (#13 above: You are so right that there are lessons to be learned about all these missing children’s cases. Deepak Choepra (sp) will be OWN this coming Sunday night at 10 pm I believe, and in the promo for his segment he states and I’m paraphrasing now, that “all things that seem impossible to us here on earth have a spiritual lesson behind them.” I’m sure he’ll explain more, but I’d love to hear what he has to say to embellish on that. I think I kind of went into that mode, so to speak, after the Casey Anthony verdict came in – a mode where I felt that perhaps in time we would all understand why CA got away with murder. There is an explanation for everything even if we don’t understand it at the time. I’m not promoting one person over another in this comment, but I am open to certain people’s offerings who I feel are more enlightened on these ‘earthly’ situations. It helps us to try to understand these grave crimes against the most vulnerable in our society.

  22. Sue Wilson says:

    This just in from KATU in Portland:

    PORTLAND, Ore. – A judge has denied a request by Terri Horman to delay a civil lawsuit brought by Desiree Young that could force Horman to reveal the location of missing 7-year-old Kyron Horman.

    The ruling is a victory for Desiree Young and is expected to keep the civil lawsuit moving forward.

    In a motion filed July 25 to hold the case in abatement, Terri Horman said the civil suit seeks facts that could lead to a criminal prosecution and is claiming via her attorney that her rights to self-incrimination are violated if the civil case moves forward.

    She wanted the judge to stay the case by two years. Terri Horman has not been charged with any crimes related to Kyron’s disappearance.

  23. Mermaid14 says:

    I am not up to speed. Where is Blink going?

  24. siriunsun says:

    Don’t forget to watch Amarica’s Most Wanted on Sept. 14.I agree with John Walsh; the evidence points to Terri.

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