Monday, June 6, 2011

How did Kaine Horman know on june 6, 2010 there were going to be legal issues about Kyron Horman vanishing?

Thank you to Dr. Peter Pickle for the inspiration for this article

Above is a link to the memo Kaine Horman sent to his coworkers at Intel in the morning of june 6, 2010 (two days after Kyron Horman vanished and when they still thought he had wandered off)

Kyron was still considered lost and not kidnapped.  So why did Kaine Horman alert the attorneys at Intel and tell his co-workers to not say anything to the media? 

From: Horman, Kaine A
Sent: Sunday, June 06, 2010 8:39 AM
Subject: FW: Kaine Horman's son is missing
    2.       Do not speak to any media if contacted; I am trying to contact Intel legal to give them the heads up and help with this situation


     It is still unknown whether he left school grounds on his own or was abducted.
In this memo Kaine Horman  seemed to know Kyron was not going to be found any time soon and stated they had not determined yet if Kyron had just wandered off or was kidnapped.  Why was he so concerned with contacting Intel's attorneys and tell his coworkers to not talk to the media at this point in time?  It appears there is something specific he does not want the media to know about Kyron Horman vanishing.   What he want kept quiet has nothing to do with Intel because all Intel employees sign non-disclosure agreements.   How many other parents with lost kids (still thinking their child wandered off) first thought is to notify their employer's attorneys?  What is clear is that Kaine Horman was not expecting Kyron Horman to be found on june 6 or anytime soon.

Even the following monday (june 7, 2010)  law enforcement was not calling Kyron's vanishing a kidnapping so why was Kaine Horman anxious to contact his employer's attorneys on june 6?
PORTLAND, Ore. - Police still called the search for a 7-year-old Skyline School student on Monday a “missing endangered child” investigation and not a kidnapping as investigators filtered through more than 1,200 tips from the public.

Another thing:  How did Kaine Horman know Kyron vanished before 9:30 AM ?  The media have all stated that classes began at 10AM and Kyron was marked absent at some point.  Yet in the memo dated june 6, 2010  to his coworkers Kaine is sure Kyron Horman vanished before 9:30AM

From the june 6, 2010 Intel Memo Kaine Horman sent to his coworkers (link at top)
 The article that Becky forwarded is pretty accurate with details.  He was dropped off at school about 8:45 and went missing sometime between then and 9 or 9:30am.
Published: Thursday, June 10, 2010, 3:22 PM
    8 a.m. Skyline Elementary, 11536 N.W. Skyline Blvd., opens early so students and parents can tour the science fair

    8:15 a.m. Gina Zimmerman, president of the school PTA, arrives and sees Kyron with his stepmother in front of his exhibit.

    8:45 a.m. Terri Horman leaves after watching Kyron walk toward his classroom after touring the science fair.

    9 a.m. Kyron is reportedly seen by a student near the south entrance of the school, according to Sheriff Dan Staton, who says that was the last time the boy was seen. Multnomah County authorities later backtrack on that statement.

   10 a.m. Classes begin.

    At some point, Kyron's homeroom teacher, Kristina Porter, reports him absent.

 So just how does Kaine Horman know that Kyron vanished before 9:30AM and not 10:00AM when classes began???  The only way he would KNOW this is if he were responsible for vanishing Kyron Horman

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