I'm watching the interviews regarding the missing boy Kyron in OR. Each station interviewing them sort of give them a hard time on waiting a week to speak up. Good grief, if my son was missing I'd be a basket case and couldn't talk to the media either. I'd be hysterical screaming like a crazy woman in the camera to the person who took him. Why pressure a grieving parent worried about their child into showing their face to the camera? When did we get so calloused to the feelings of parents? Do we just assume they harmed thier children and we want to "read" them on camera so we can judge them?
Answer by jesse123456 at 9:26 AM on Jun. 25, 2010
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Answer by itsmesteph11 at 11:28 AM on Jun. 25, 2010
I totally agree with you!!!! There is no way i would be able to talk to the media if my baby was missing...The media has NO respect for people...its so annoying!
Answer by momofone072506 at 8:43 AM on Jun. 25, 2010
IDK. I imagine with so much time passed by already they are feeling more investigative than as a delivery tool for information. I think they need to keep it cool so as to not hamper any investigations. I hope they find him, but with every passing day the chances go down.
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