Saturday, October 16, 2010

Kaine and Desiree: It's all about the money

Today was a beautiful saturday fall day in the Pacific Northwest that would have been a perfect day to go out and search for Kyron Horman.  Instead his parents were selling tee-shirts and buttons to raise money "for the searches" in spite of the fact none of the money has been spent on searching.  The searches that have taken place are funded by the taxpayers and most of the recent searching has been done by unpaid volunteers.  Not once has either Kaine and Desiree actually went out and looked for their own son because they were "too afraid of getting lost".1

Amazing how law enforcement searched two weekends in a row - even in last weeks pouring rain - and now that they got the $209,000. tax dollars they asked for this week, there was no word of them out searching today even though the weather was perfect. Kaine and Desiree would rather hang around the pumpkin patch selling tee-shirts and buttons to "get Kyron's face out there" with the reality show people who own the pumpkin patch.  Never mind their child is lost and they are glorifying an evil holiday where numerous children and animals are sacrificed in order to make a few dollars from their missing son (SEE: Kyron Horman and halloween )

Why is it SO much more important to them to raise money and sell trinkets "getting Kyron's face out there" than actually going out and looking for him?  Why did they not spend some of the "search money" to hire "qualified searchers" to go out and search for Kyron if they were afraid of getting lost and refused to look themselves?  How lost can one get lost while walking along a road especially if they were carrying a cell phone to call for help?

Up until the day before the infamous alleged "murder for hire" sting law enforcement was using to set Terri up, both Kaine and Desiree said Terri was cooperating and working as hard as they were to find Kyron.2
June 25, 2010
Kyron Horman's Parents: Stepmom Wants Him Found

But Kyron's biological parents stand by Terri Horman.

"I believe she's committed, as the rest of our family is, to finding Kyron. And any other information regarding that is -- the investigators are working with her and with us to help find him, so I don't really have any other comment on that," said Kaine. Young shook her head in agreement as he spoke.
The very next day after this was published and the Kaine and Desiree interview aired 1, law enforcement tried a sting operation setting Terri up for the alleged murder for hire plot.  The sting failed and Kaine immediately moved out of the house with Kiara (Kaine and Terri's daughter)  Then immediately Kaine and Desiree started claiming Terri was not cooperating with law enforcement and she was behind Kyron's kidnapping.  Because of the failed sting and Kaine serving her divorce papers, Terri hired an attorney so Kaine and Desiree have no idea whether she is cooperating or not yet they speak like law enforcement is feeding them every detail of who says what to them.  Guaranteed: Terri is cooperating as much as her attorney says to. 

Kaine and Desiree refused to search for Kyron yet think nothing of using him to raise money for searches that do not take place.  They claimed Terri was cooperating with authorities and helping as much as they were - until Kaine moved out after the failed sting.  Kaine and Desiree are very dishonest people.  To them, it's more important to "get Kyron's face out there" via their tee-shirt and button sales than it is to go out and search and act like every other innocent parents who has a child missing.

1.  Video Kaine and Desiree interview   Posted on June 25, 2010 at 1:16 PM   
12:18 marker in the video

2.  ibid        18:15 marker in the video


1 comment:

  1. You raise some very interesting points here. I lived in Jacksonville when 8 yr old Maddie Clifton went missing. Her family was very much involved in the physical search for her, right along with other members of the community. Also,

    I always wondered why, with all the money being raised for "searches," that Mr. Oakes offer to search for free was refused. He apparently needed an article of clothing belonging to the boy, but he was never taken up on the offer. If what I've read on his website is true, he has had success with his dogs in these type cases where LE had been unsuccessful. And, he wasn't going to charge anything. If the goal is to find the child...


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