Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Multnomah County Sheriff Staton using Oregonlive to prep taxpayers to fork over more money for Kyron Horman searches

Last weeks's bizarre article I stated there were many more blog posts to write about it  (see:  Sheriff Staton setting up Multnomah County "feeler" taxpayers to give him more money for Kyron Horman searches )  Here is another one that will anger Kaine Horman's venemous sock puppets.

In the article, Sheriff Staton irritates the "feelers" and will cause them to fork over more tax dollars for searching for Kyron Horman.  He does this by talking about his daughter (of course, the same age as Kyron) and how she questions him about Kyron and asks her daddy when he will find him.  This sets up the "feelers" perfectly.  They feel for this little girl and how her daddy cannot let her down.  They MUST fork over more money so her daddy can be the hero and cheer his little girl up.  They MUST do anything and everything to "bring Kyron Home" so this little girl will not be disappointed.
The sheriff, who worked through the night at first and rarely arrived home before 10 or 11 p.m., shrugs off the toll the case has had on him. Early on, his 7-year-old daughter peppered him with questions about Kyron and why she never saw her dad much. Then, as weeks turned to months, her questions changed. The sheriff is spurred on by his daughter, who now keeps asking "When?" When is dad going to find Kyron?

"Why haven't you?" she asks him. "That's what you're supposed to do."
Perfectly set up to manipulate the feelers.  First - there are many children affected by Kyron Horman.  Adding the blurb about Staton's daughter to the article does nothing to bring Kyron home and any actions based on it is working on the gullibility and personality of the "feelers"  So does the statements that imply "we will have a named suspect by February 1 if only we had enough in the budget to pay for it".  Affirmed by what Deputy Sheriff Mark Herron said "We don't have resources to just throw darts,"

Sheriff Staton's statement "not one shred of evidence to indicate the child has died," Staton said investigators must push forward as though the child is still alive." yet spending hundreds of thousands of dollars searching Sauvie Island and  diving ponds and rivers to search for Kyron is throwing darts.  This shows they are knowingly wasting tax dollars to search for Kyron Horman and yet are about to ask for even more money.

Never mind that Sheriff Staton stated they had no evidence of who took Kyron.  Six months and NO evidence yet he claims they will have a suspect named after Kaine and Terri's divorce hearing which is in january?  He cannot honestly say this and based on the same thing happening last time he asked for more money to search for Kyron, this entire article is a set up of the taxpayers (the "feelers") to get them to fork over more money which will be wasted on Sauvie Island searches for a child there is not one shred of evidence that is dead.

"The scope is narrowing. My belief is we should be relatively close to something by then; that's why I set the time frame I did," Staton said. "While we may not be at an arrest or an indictment phase, we're going to have it narrowed down to a point where we may be calling out a suspect, identifying certain people or things."

Though no physical evidence tied to Kyron's disappearance has been unearthed, searchers have uncovered evidence from unrelated crimes. They've found abandoned stolen vehicles, and discarded purses in the woods were tracked to an identity theft and burglary case from the late 1980s.

Diving to search for Kyron Horman is not "throwing darts" if there is no evidence that he is not alive and they are going on the premise he is still alive?

"Throwing Darts" in the search for Kyron Horman on Sauvie Island
And, with "not one shred of evidence to indicate the child has died," Staton said, investigators must push forward as though Kyron is still alive.

"We don't have resources to just throw darts," said Deputy Sheriff Mark Herron, a search coordinator. Books titled "Lost Person Behavior" and "The Textbook for Managing Land Search Operations," cover his desk.

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