This is written specifically for someone who, with nothing to say, continues to rant on about the case of a child, Kyron Horman, who has been missing since 2010, from Portland, Oregon. To all others who read this, particularly those who volunteer your time, resources, and energy in raising awareness and actually helping Kyron's family negotiate this devastating situation, I applaud your efforts, and I am not addressing you in this post.
So here's my message to the miscreant who keeps pushing false information:
If you really saw the missing child, over six years ago, in someone's truck after he went missing, why didn't you say something then? Why didn't you call the cops, wherever you saw him, and give them a description of the vehicle and the person involved? In fact, why didn't you take a picture of the rear license plate on the vehicle? You implied, in your dumbass post, that you did; so why hasn't law enforcement gotten the information, in order to investigate the lead? Why go to social media with your nonsense?
After my experience with you, I can think of two reasons why you would keep information about a crime to yourself. First; you, personally, have no pursuits of your own in life, and blackmail money comes in handy every now and then. If you go to the police with any real information, they might solve the case and find the child, and any suspect turned defendant would face charges and likely go to jail. That would make it difficult for the suspect to keep paying you to be quiet about whatever you know, wouldn't it? You don't really care about missing children. You care about blackmailing those you think might be involved. The second possibility is a bit more sinister; you might actually be a potential defendant, yourself. I have seen you act in some very strange ways for the purpose of revenge, even for imagined slights, and you are a liar and criminal in your own right. Remember the murder near the lighthouse? Umpqua? You reached out to me for help in order to get out of there that night; yet when I helped you by calling the Coast Guard, you almost crapped your pants! You turned off your cell phone, in an insane effort to stop them from finding or helping you. Now why would you do that? You made no effort to inform me that a murder had been committed. While a long shot, there is, indeed, a possibility that you were involved.
There is also a third possibility, here. You are doing what you do for the sick pleasure of stirring up paranoia and unproductive conversation about missing persons cases. I've seen you do that, too. If that is what you are doing in Kyron's case, I think you should stop.