April 20 2019
PORTLAND, Oregon. - The father of missing Skyline School second-grader Kyron Horman has filed for divorce from his wife Terri Moulton Horman and was granted a restraining order against her. The Sheriff's Office and the media continue to say Terri Moulton Horman isn't a suspect in the disappearance of 7-year-old Kyron Horman. Terri's friend Jaymie Finster said Terri was tested for a second polygraph on Saturday.
Jaymie Finster said Horman is "tired and frustrated with the intensity of the questioning she's been getting." The police may have no clues and we could end up where we began.
Criminal profiler, Clint Van Zandt has stated he's not satisfied with the manner in which police are handling the investigation saying "...their approach is similar to the 60s TV show Get Smart."That's not reality, the world is not like that," says Van Zandt.
Police say Terri Moulton Horman is not currently a person of interest. There is speculation that Terri's crying was fake. Others say that idea s ridiculous.
Willamette Week, citing unnamed law-enforcement officials "from agencies at the city, county and federal level," says Moulton Horman raised suspicions almost immediately for having claimed to have gone to the gym after reporting Kyron missing.
"Hitting the gym," she wrote on her Facebook wall that morning.
Meanwhile, Terri's father, Larry Moulton, said in the latest issue of People magazine that investigators are taking a closer look at his daughter.
"She's trying to be as cooperative as she can. … I guess they think she's going to break," he was quoted as saying.
He said his daughter, who is a former teacher, is "really good with kids."