The father of missing Oregon boy Kyron Horman has said all along that he thinks his estranged wife is involved in Kyron's disappearance. But new court documents contain perhaps his strongest words to date about Terri Horman.
Portland television station KGW reports that in a court filing opposing a request by Terri to have visitation with the couple’s infant daughter, Kaine writes Terri “abducted and may have caused unimaginable harm” to Kyron.
The filing also includes the accusation that Terri "attempted to hire a third party to murder (Kaine)," adding, "Such extreme and unexpected behavior cannot be taken lightly by Petitioner (Kaine Horman) or the Court when making decisions affecting the well-being of an almost two-year-old child."
Terri was the last person to see Kyron before he vanished from school on June 4. There has been no trace of him since.
Shortly afterwards, Kaine served Terri with divorce papers and a restraining order. In court documents, he claims that she attempted to hire a hit man to kill him, was having an inappropriate relationship with another man, was hatching a plot to kidnap their baby daughter, and that she knows what happened to Kyron.
Terri has not been named a person of interest or suspect in the case, but authorities have made her the focus of the investigation.