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We are asking that the judge deny Terri Moulton Horman's request for a name change.

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For the following reasons we, the undersigned, believe it is NOT in the public's best interest to grant a name change to Terri Moulton Horman:

Terri remains the focus in the ongoing active investigation into the disappearance of Kyron Horman, who went missing on June 4, 2010. Law enforcement have consistently stated that Terri was the last person to have seen Kyron (1).  Her own attorneys have called her a "putative suspect" (2), a "defacto suspect" (3) and Judge Henry Kantor named her a suspect in a civil proceeding (4). Terri refuses to fully cooperate with the investigation (5). According to media reports, Terri cannot account for her whereabouts during the time in which Kyron disappeared (6), her cell phone and bank card records do not match her account of where she said she was that day (7).

Many persons associated with Kyron's case who have seen the evidence have said Terri is the key to solving Kyron's disappearance including Kyron's father Kaine (8), his Mother Desiree (9) and Marc Klaas of The Polly Klaas Foundation and KlaasKids (10). Also, John Walsh, who helped found the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, has said on his show America's Most Wanted that Terri is the key to solving this case (11). Furthermore, Terri remained silent to preserve her freedom according to her own attorney (12).

We believe all of this evidence points to her possible involvement in Kyron's disappearance. The public needs to know who she is and who it is they are living next to, and interacting with in their communities. The public needs to be able to keep their children safe. Kyron's case remains active, and as of June 2014, it was reported that the Grand Jury was still convening in Kyron's case (13). Terri is prohibited by order of the court from entering certain locations such as Skyline Elementary School, Intel Corp. in Hillsboro and the Xtreme Edge gym (14). 

Lastly, Terri attempted to change her name recently in Douglas County on August 4, 2014, but Judge Randolph L. Garrison denied her request, refusing to allow it because it is not in the public’s interest during an ongoing investigation (15). His ruling: "As long as this matter remains unsolved, unresolved and until more information is given by you about that, it doesn't seem to be in the public's interest to change your name.''

Therefore, because of the above reasons, the public has a keen interest in this matter. Thank you kindly for your consideration.
















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