Where is Terri going to stay? Really who in their right mind will rent her a room or an apartment?
Postpartum depression is very real . . . but usually not 19 months after a baby's birth. This whole situation is like going to a bad circus after ingesting some very bad acid.
The fact that the Sherif's office has NOT denied this story speaks volumes. Unfortunately, I tend to believe it.
That seems to be her style.
It's brilliant timing. Right in the middle of a holiday when most families are at the beach or other vacation spots and not paying much if any attention to the news.
Actually, this story is too weird for even a TV movie. No one would believe it. What started as a sad story of an adorable missing boy has turned into the biggest white trash circus of record.
@whywhywhy The clincher is that the judge sealed the RO. Apparently that is something that is hardly done, even in Oregon. The judge said blatantly that the contents in the RO could hurt the integrity of the Kyron investigation. It's hard for me to get beyond that fact.
AnnSD, I don't believe that allowing your child to walk on his own down the school hall to his classroom is negligent. Kyron had walked down that hall hundreds of times before, he knew exactly where to go and when his class started. That said, Kyron may not have walked down the hall but instead gone with Terri.
One of my worries is that since the public wants a quick resolution, and that LE may be zeroing in on the wrong person. Remember Richard Jewell, the Ramseys, and Stephen Hatfill who was accused of releasing anthrax.
While I have faith in LE, I hope they're on the right track.
That is very extreme. It could be correct, but it is also very extreme. There are solutions to her supposed problems. If she got fat, she can lose the weight - it's hard, but doable. If she needs less time with Kyron, then there are several summer day camps in the area that are somewhat reasonably priced. And she knew she would be having her hands full with the 18 month old before she had her. She may very well have done the unspeakable, but for reasons that were quite solvable.