Sunday, September 12, 2010

Kaine Horman commits more fraud: claims money will be spent for "searches"

Once again the kaine horman foundation is fraudulently claiming to be soliciting funds for "Kyron searches" when the money will be used for more fundraisers and other uses besides searching for Kyron.

Kaine Horman is committing fraud and is being aided by portland oregon area media and is being given a free pass by oregon law enforcement and the oregon state attorney general.

When will this fraudulent fundraising be stopped???   NOTHING people have donated for Kyron searches has been used for Kyron and it is going to be siphoned off to kaine Horman to use as he wishes.

september 12, 2010
Fundraiser under way for Kyron search efforts
WILSONVILLE, Ore. -- Community members, friends and family of missing now-8-year-old Kyron Horman are having a fundraiser to help raise funds for the search effort.

Sunday's event was being held through 9 p.m. at the Family Fun Center & Bullwinkle's Restaurant at 29111 SW Town Center Loop West in Wilsonville.  Participants pay $15 for an unlimited amount of games, including Go-Karts, Lazer Tag, and Miniature Golf -- and $4 of that cost goes to help fund the search for Kyron.   (looks like bullwinkles found a way to profit from Kyron too - they get $11. a person profit plus food/drinks  --- I wonder how much of that kaine gets as a kick back)

june 10, 2010
The Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office announced today the creation of a new fund to offset the mounting expenses of the ongoing search for the missing 7-year-old Skyline Elementary student.

september 4, 2010
Sgt. Diana Olsen, head of search and rescue at the sheriff's office, said the $8,000 will be added to the Kyron Horman Fund, set up at Bank of America after the 7-year-old disappeared. Before Friday, that account held at least $14,000 in donations from around the country, said a spokesman, Sgt. Travis Gullberg. He said the Bank of America is managing the money and that nothing has been spent.

Olsen said the sheriff's office will let Horman and Young decide how the funds are used. Eventually, the money could go toward helping with other child abduction cases, Gullberg said.

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