Kyron Horman Missing Case: Terri Horman Breaks Her Silence In People Magazine Interview

New York, NY-  For nearly five and a half years Terri Horman has refused to speak publicly about her step-sons case.  Outside of one assertion of her innocence while on the stand in a name change hearing she ultimately was denied, Horman did not speak to any reporters or answer any of their questions regarding Kyron Hormans disappearance. Until Now.

Horman courtesy of People

Horman was interviewed by People Magazines Elaine Aradillas for both the print and online editions,  and will be doing a series of personal interviews over the next week, to include

In the brief online video excerpt , the second part to air on ABC’s Good Morning America Friday morning,  Horman  maintains she is deaf in her left ear, a critical factor in the outcome of her first polygraph.

“… At what point are Kyron’s biological parents going to realize I don’t have the answers, they need to change this thing around…”

“…There is so much the public is not being told about this investigation, that’s why I am doing this- nobody is looking for Kyron…”

Horman’s interview drew sharp reactions from Kaine Horman and Desiree Young, Kyron’s parents.

“…Why is she silent for 5 1/2 years if she is innocent.  I want her to tell me where Kyron is.  If she is innocent she should call Multnomah County Sheriffs Office and sit down for an interview…”-  Desiree Young

“Hi friends. Yes I am well aware of the tabloid journalism piece in the media today. FYI – there will be more of the same coming Friday
We have a HOST of MCSO and FBI investigators STILL standing by with interviews and polygraphs when someone actually wants to cooperate. FEEL FREE TO STOP BY THEY ARE WAITING!! STILL!! Until then we’ll stick with the scores of people with valid/accurate information and the failed polygraphs as the only actual actions taken to-date.  To all of you: how about not linking the article/interview?
REMEMBER KYRON?!?!? This is what we need to be focused on!!
Love you Kyron!!” – Kaine Horman post on his Facebook Page

Christina Stoy, Editor In Chief was able to confirm with Ms. Horman directly that she has been willing to meet with Kyron’s investigators both previously and in the future with the sole provision that it be conducted in the presence of her Attorney,  Portland criminal defense lawyer Stephen Houze.

Horman went on to say that investigators with the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office have been well aware of “that” over the last five and a half years and they have never requested an interview.  Um, What?

Horman reveals some shocking details about the subsequent polygraphs examinations referenced by Kaine Horman and Desiree Young and other allegations of improper tactics on behalf of MCSO in the second half of her interview to air tomorrow morning on abc’s GMA and on Nightline.

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  1. A Texas Grandfather says:


    Thanks for you link to the article about Intel and where they may or may not go in the future. Intel was the driving force in the quest for solid state memories in the late 1960′s. In order to pay the bills, they did contract design work and fabrication for solid state calculator companies. As calculators became more powerful, the chip count rose accordingly and finally produced the single chip Central Processing Unit with some Input Output (I/O) first designed by an Intel engineer (The 2002) which contained a little over 2,000 transistors.

    A computer requires a CPU,I/O,control lines and memory. CPU’s have two basic designs to build them. Intel chose the Complex Instruction Set design for the 2002 along with segmented memory addressing that made the design of their chips more complex and more expensive to produce.

    The other basic CPU design is known as reduced instruction set first conceived by the Englishman Alan Turin in the 1940s. This design is simple to produce and costs less but it has a huge penalty in that it takes a lot of memory and memory accesses to equal a single complex instruction. Software is not as fast as hardware. Speed was the name of the game and the Complex Instruction Set CPUs that have less memory access requirement made them more desirable until the advances in design reached a cross-over point in the late 1980s.

    The English computing design firm of Acorn that has now morphed into ARM produced the first real competitive RISC computer chip. Reduction in the line width in the connections inside the CPU soon reached a point that by the time of the Pentium processors the voltage driving the signals had to be reduced to keep them on the smaller lines and that gave another advantage to the simpler RISC design.

    Intel was more or less stuck in the mode it had chosen and could not make a major change because of their huge market share of the small personal computer market. Therefore, when the market exploded for cell phones, the ARM designs were chosen leaving Intel way behind.

    Now they are in the same place as Apple twenty years ago when they were forced to change from the Motorola chips to Intel chips to stay in the computer business. Apple was nimble enough to see a real opportunity in the cell phone growth when they produced the first real smart phones.

    There are two major producers of smart cell phone chips. They are Broadcom in England and Qualicomm in the US. Both of these firms use ARM CPUs as the smarts of their designs. Between them they have about ninety percent of the market.

    Intel is trying to make another market in the programmable chip area. These chips began life in the early 1970s as Programmable Logic Arrays or Programmable Array Logic. These were simple gates that could be programmed by blowing a fuse link with a voltage pulse to eliminate an input line to change the functions of a particular gate in the array. The programmable chips of today are much more complex and operate much like the programmable chips found in the set-up programmable read only memories in present day computers.

    Since hardware is always faster than software, there is always an advantage in having a piece of hardware that can produce a task without the need of software.

    Intel cannot do away with design engineers, but they will be those with a different skill set required to build a large business segment using programmable hardware.

    Yes, I can write about this stuff for hours and hours. I will stop before everyone falls asleep.

  2. Rose says:

    One supposes the Staton seduction to the Corrections’
    deputies union has been going to bat for all that overtime
    which adds up in retirement as well.

  3. Rose says:

    hehehe. he wasn’t voted there at all.

    the comments blaming “the Unions” for cannabalizing an elected official–and comparing this to teachers’ unions
    running curriculum & instruction–are ludicrous.

    Guy’s in office for one reason only, he tutored Skipper, who got a man crush on him, and appointed him, getting
    Cogen, with his own secrets to sign off. No one ever runs against an ncumbent MC Sheriff. It was a done back room deal. The interesting thing would be why Skipper at 70 circumvented his command staff.

    I fault Kafoury for bringing to the MCC agenda, and voting for, Staton’s “new” successor, Reese, apparently her friend. If she as Chair had just said no to Staton, Gates would’ve remained the successor, been an interim, and a real election between several candidates would have ensued. Rather she’s anointed Reese who was running fir Sheriff next time anyway, so he will likely be an unopposed shoo-in—no real election, just like Staton.

  4. Rose says:

    having read the whole article, I’d say misconduct in office fits.
    the patrol deputies’ problem is Kafoury is county Chair, whose family is generally seen by
    the Portland public as leftist kooks, and she is who they are carrying their burden to.
    she is politically & administratively their worst choice. They need a class action of some kind run by Riddell if Underhill won’t act–and he won’t. He dodges political challenges (like mcso’s kyron Fup).

  5. Rose says:

    the creator of Frankensheriff opines:

    Imo the meth injury impacted cognitive functioning, esp judgment & impulse control..
    It is very hard for a family to get a husband with some type of
    cognitive challenge to cooperate with a workup.
    His family’s adverse attendance at the Review Comm mtg shows
    they haven’t a clue.

    This. Freaking. Guy. Forgot about Skippers letter in his pocket?

  6. Rose says:
    Kafoury’s best option is to commission an outside independent management audit, preferably by a known “red state type” accounting firm.

  7. Rose says:

    which is what she should have done
    initially rather than a referral to Ellen OAG.
    Then asked for a Federal investigation.

  8. Rose says:

    Desiree ought to come away realizing Staton would entirely misrepresent the abduction investigation and the evidence it yielded, and would get her off his back by badmouthing others such as the DA for “just not acting.”
    Moreover his command staff and investigators were incentivized by fear, favoritism, and firing to misrepresent
    the investigation and its work product. Staton and the DA are lucky the “Judges” never called them on their
    representations and allegations. Kaine wanted Terri out of his life and sole control of kiara, but Desiree
    differed in her motives. Imo Staton played on her Terri hatred like a Steinway.

  9. Rose says:

    taking a closer political look at Kantor’s rulings, given what was known about MCSO’ leadership in 2013(fears, favortism, and firings)
    The Ties that Bind
    (subtitlewho gave this son startup jobs?)
    hint–who’d he clerk for? He was passed from Ellen to Henry.
    father is Kantor’s former law partner and iirc Kantor has been enriched as a co-investor in Sacks’ commercial development. note tie-in to Ellen AG.

  10. T. Ruth says:

    Jones & Ferguson’s statements are pretty damning to me. Jones who was privy to the conversation via speaker-phone wrote this in regard to Ferguson & Staton’s conversation. Which agrees with what Ferguson had said were his thoughts on the conversation as being a bribe.

    “DS then began to layout all of the law enforcement (LE) promotions that would be taking place. DS said that Jason Gates would become the LE Chief Deputy, Harry Smith and Travis Gullberg would be promoted to the rank of Captain, Monte Reiser would no longer be an acting Commander and be a Commander. Tim Moore would be moved over to Inspector. There will be a process in the near future for Lieutenant, in the mean time there will be acting Lieutenant positions and one or two Sergeant promotions from the current list. DS finished off the promotion conversation with “That should make you very happy.”

    MF was taking notes and did not respond at this time, there was a short period of time until DS said, “Did you hear me?” MF responded and said yes, I’m taking notes.

    DS said “I said that should make YOU (underscored)very happy.” MF said, well, it’s something that I can take back to the membership.

    DS – Well, you’re on that Sergeant’s list aren’t you? MF – Yes, I’m the “anchor” on that list. Both DS and MF laugh a little bit.

    Sounds like a bribe to me. And all these other promotions he mentioned above coming soon, are they the same thing or is it just a coincidence?

  11. Rose says:

    ot 5/13
    KH worked in this group.

    and how that worked out:
”Shortly after Krzanich was appointed CEO, one of the first things he did was to wrest control of what was known at the time as the Intel Architecture Group — the group responsible for the development of Intel’s key processor technology — from Perlmutter.Shortly thereafter, Perlmutter left the company.”

    One thing Intel is doing right to survive in a global corporate competitve environment is building mfg in China.
    Tell that to the 2 protectionist potential Presidents of both parties.
    a job in Dalian looks good. Does Hillsboro have these perks? popcorn as a snack in China?
    Intel HR mgmt needs crosscultural training.

  12. Rose says:

    we know Kantor derived an income stream from Sacks’ commercial realty co due to his financial disclosure form for an election. Anyone have Ellen AG’s OR financial disclosure form when running for AG? Be interesting to see any common ties.

  13. T. Ruth says:

    Updated, 3:19 p.m., May 9, 2016: Patrol deputies also filed a complaint with county Chair Deborah Kafoury on Monday requesting an administrative investigation into Staton.

  14. Rose says:

    @ATG. please continue my education.
    some of us rarely fall sleep.

  15. Rose says:

    wrt “This. Freaking. Guy. Forgot about Skippers letter in his pocket?
    Don’t hold yr breath for Underhill to file a criminal misdemeanor.

  16. Rose says:

    imo Gates, formerly a favoritism promotional rocketeer)
    is in the fear and firing column because Staton abruptly with
    urgency removed him as his legally designated successor.

    Can’t imagine a recall. That takes a level of organization Portland lacks.

    Must be a big PERS difference between retiring now and retiring in 2017.

    Designating Reese as interim Sheriff imo is a slap in the face of the former Troutdale police chief, absorbed to a
    command position in mcso, and likely to run for Sheriff in the next election after Staton retires. Imo Staton also fell out with him, so moved to give Reese an election edge. Any reporter who can get him to talk about what he has found
    within mcso after the merger has an interview coup.

  17. Rose says:

    OT on review of erose’ link
    I get it now.

    When, after 3 years in the job, a CEO announces a “new strategy,” you
    know you have a Fiorina on your hands, and the stock price is headed south.

  18. A Texas Grandfather says:

    The US government through it’s high corporate taxes and foolish social justice plans is driving manufacturing and knowledge out of the country. China with cheap labor and manipulated currency is benefiting from these moves.

    Soon it will be the Chinese who are leaders in the high tech industries.

    First government drives out general manufacturing and then high tech.
    If we do not get all this back, the country will be dependent on countries that do not like us to survive.

  19. cd says:

    I wonder what would happen if the Intel shakeup caused Kaine to have to relocate to California or elsewhere. TH might be inclined to relocate to be closer to K. That might not be such a bad thing as it would move everyone further away from the Portland based stalkers and biased media. I also think it would be better for K to not continue attending the Skyline school as she gets older.

    Some of the stalker types at SG’s Facebook believe Kaine is hiding things on his property so he could get away form those kinds of accusations also.

    if Kyron was ever found or showed up I am sure LE would inform Kaine no matter where Kaine was residing.

  20. erose says:

    ATG, I could never fall asleep, your knowledge is fascinating.

  21. erose says:

    Credit to TKG for first bringing the Intel article to our attention.

    thatkewlgirl says:
    May 8, 2016 at 4:50 pm
    Does anyone know if/how this Intel ‘strategic overhaul’ affects KH?

  22. Rose says:

    job opening for Staton.
    little suspicious they are both retiring at 29.5 years rather than at 30 years.

  23. Rose says:

    those child identikits that are a focus of BKH booths are free from the OSP:

  24. Rose says:

    det. g. vining, writing the Commissioners as vp of the mcso deputy union, came from the Troutdale merger.

  25. thatkewlgirl says:

    And Kafoury bows to the Union and Staton faces an internal investigation:

  26. Rose says:

    the promised latest mcso org chart by Staton
    imo Chaotic looking

    Reiser now elevated from Acting and Moore now Inspections etc

    lotta TBDs

    who’s in; who’s out?

    What happened to Gossen?
    Lindstrand is now booted to corrections.
    Alexander has not produced a word of PR in months.

  27. Rose says:

    one of the 5/1 reorg’s purposes was to get rid of the Chief Deputy position over the Budget etc held by Yankee to which Lindstrand had been promoted last Fall before the settlement. Drew Brosh who preceded Yankee & I thot had retired is back to deal with Finance. Lindstrand is back to Captn over Facilities. Some of this looks responsive to the suit by the retiree who supervised the fired auditor.

  28. A Texas Grandfather says:

    One of the things that high tech corporations constantly fight is loosing sight of their place in markets that are constantly in a state of change.

    Apple fired Steve Jobs during the time of the ill fated Lisa computers. He left the company,but didn’t give up. Instead, he organized a new company “Nextstep” with computers based on the Unix operating system. It was a Nextstep machine that Tim Berners Lee used to develop HTML code which was based on the electronic publishing code of XML. The result was a literal explosion of the internet. Then Jobs foresaw an opportunity in the cell phone business by introducing the Iphone. This development drove the languishing cell phone business to enormous growth and made Apple a real player and a wealthy company again.

    This growth also destroyed the land line business of the telephone companies who had multi-billions of dollars invested in copper lines, fiber long distance lines and physical switching centers.

    Old line management of technical companies often get mired in corporate culture and do not change direction at opportune times. IMO Mrs. Fiorina was disliked because she had the guts to get rid of some very dead wood sitting in upper and mid-management and changed the direction of the company, thereby saving it. Change agents are seldom liked until the results become known.

    The electronics giant of Intel came about because the management of Fairchild Semiconductor did not see the potential of solid state memories and would not allow any research and development in that area. It was Intel and Texas Instruments that drove the development of Very large scale integrated circuits.

    This is much like the situation we see in the governments of the state of Oregon. A whole lot of jobs are being filled by people who are stuck in the methods and skill sets of the past preventing effective work in the jobs of the present. A new leader with current skills is needed in a number of areas.

  29. T. Ruth says:

    x-mcso employee posting again:

    2 hours ago

    I absolutely laugh at the postings and opinions of the clueless. Unless you have experienced Statonsbehavior, keep quiet as to what you think is truth.

    I retired from MCSO and found Staton to be like any other Sheriff I served under. Just a politician in uniform.

    But I offer one thing to any reporter willing to really see how Staton is as a leader. Look at the conforming letter that Staton wrote and made every one of his command staff sign. From Lt. to under-sheriff. It was a letter of loyalty, basically stating that you WILL agree and perform as I say, or its your job. Every single person signed that letter except for one Lt. Pool. After nearly 45 years of service, Lt Pool is still there. But that’s another story in itself.

    So why didn’t Lt. Vera Pool sign this letter? Makes one wonder what that *other* story is. Would be interesting to read what exactly was in this letter.

  30. T. Ruth says:

    O/T sort of, this creep was into young girls, but…….this is just unbelievable. (Side note, creepy too, how there seems to be a connection between Medford & Longview, WA, just like Kyron’s case.)

    (snipped, more @ link)

    The Longview mother wonders what she could have done differently to have protected her daughter.

    The moment she learned of Breedlove’s past from a Longview police detective, she said she went numb with “complete shock” and “infuriation.”

    “It was kind of astonishment at how well he was able to fool an entire community,” she said.

    Her daughter is now in counseling. The first-grader told a therapist that she felt like the “green girl” who embodied the emotions of anger and disgust in the recent movie “Inside Out,” according to her mother.

    The family has retained a Portland lawyer, Ryan Lee, who last month filed a notice of intent to sue Oregon State Police, the agency that oversees the state’s sex offender registry, the Oregon Department of Corrections and the state of Oregon.

    Because of Breedlove’s multiple convictions for molesting children, he should have been designated a predatory sex offender, her attorney argues in the claim.

    The mother hopes the lawsuit prompts Oregon to tighten its watch on convicted sex offenders or at least search beyond its borders for ones who ignore registration requirements.

    In Washington, for instance, police typically enter a warrant for failure to register as a sex offender into a national database.

    At the very least, she hopes the lawsuit will allow her daughter to get the care and treatment she’ll need.

    “This isn’t going to go away for her just because he’s being sentenced,” she said.

    She felt sickened to learn that an Oregon judge 16 years ago was convinced Breedlove would continue to abuse girls.

    By the way, there was an Amber Alert issued here on the news this morning saying that the little girl missing from Tenn, Carie Trent, who was taken by her creepy looking uncle, may be in the PNW.

  31. T. Ruth says:

    Still have a post hanging out from yesterday. 2:51ish.

  32. Rose says:

    She is black and has significant
    professional as well as informal power.
    He wouldn’t dare mess with her.
    And she knows how to respond to a supervisor committing
    EEOC violations.
    see pic. She chaired nat’l conf of BLEE.
    think she’s Pres now, or recently.

  33. Rose says:

    that report of Trent spotting in NW has been explicitly discredited by police.
    not that Green corrected her site when fantasticists had the headed for Portland.

  34. Rose says:

    ot Any smart Arch. Group employee who saw Kramich take over Architecture 3 yrs ago & Perlmutter leave should’ve been applying out before the company cintracted 2-3 years down the road and layoffs increased competition.

  35. Rose says:

    @Blink. Lindstrand had gone to PR to Captn over Facilities in Corrections. That was her positionprior to last Fall’s promotion to Yankee’s Chief Deputy spot iirc. Do she merely boomeranged back til the Yankee agreement is fulfilled. Iirc Brosh preceded Yankee & likely has returned from retirement to handle Finance as the Commissioners liked him.

  36. Rose says:

    that’s FROM PR to Captn Corrections Facilities

  37. Rose says:

    I thot Alexander had been prolific.
    answeing reporters re Staton anyway

  38. Rose says:

    “Rose says:
February 23, 2016 at 9:28 am
Sometime between mid 2013 and April 205, Lt Harry Smith was promoted from Manager of Training to in charge of Internal Affairs AND Inspections, reporting directly to Staton
In reality he locks reports like Lamb’s in their secret underground bunker for elves to improve.
They don’t match, and I am missing one I intend to find because I am 100% positive I saw Lee Gossen listed as an inspector.
And interesting Bobby’s new Mrs. is in charge of training, which as I recall seemed to be a budget reduction item of some sort?
    As recently as Nov 2009 to the abduction Gossen appears in the press as “Detective,” meaning he was a member of that unit– not even a Sgt much less a Lt of Captn. Ergo he was on Staton’s shit list back then if deputies’ testimonies re Staton’s behavior are to be believed. Likelyhe was removed from the investigationin 2010 because he was not a Staton panderer. 

  39. Rose says:

    second lengthy article here, by J Redden
    Bonneville Power’s youth program appears.
    I’ve always thot the differential in this school was the Solar grant which
    beought into the classrooms for
    direct child contact Bonneville’s Solar4Schools teaching mentors of the young.

  40. Rose says:

    Here it is Blink, same BOC link:

    ” Rose says:
    February 23, 2016 at 1:18 pm
    Here you are Blink:
    may 2014 Sgt Gossun is no longer a detective but does “Inspections” (imo of the jails).
    Differs imo from the consolidation of Internal Affairs and Inspector under a new Lt position created apparently for Smith in late 2014 or early 2015, apparently displacing Sgt Sean Mallory at top of Internal Affairs.”

    So he made Sgt eventually but spent his “detective” years of experience inspecting jails. imo Staton shit list.

  41. Rose says:

    internal affairs sure looks like a revolving door

  42. Rose says:

    comment above was mine not Blink’s. B was a copying leftover, sorry.

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