PORTLAND, Ore. (KGW) – A close friend of Terri Horman has cited the Fifth Amendment, refusing to answer questions regarding the disappearance of Kyron Horman.
Court documents show Deedee Spicher refused to answer any questions regarding her friendship with Kyron's stepmother Terri Horman or her knowledge of Kyron’s disappearance, citing Fifth Amendment privileges against self-incrimination.
Kyron disappeared in June 2010 from Skyline Elementary.
In deposition papers, Spicher answers “I’m asserting my Fifth Amendement rights” to dozens of questions, including if she knew Kyron was missing, her activities the day of the disappearance or even acknowledging her friendship with the accused.
Terri Horman has never been named a suspect in the case, but is the target of the civil lawsuit by Kyron’s mother, alleging she is responsible for his disappearance.Read More About This Story Courtesy KGW.com