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05, 2006‘I can’t wait to get to prison’ AUDIOFather of missing children defiant By JUDY L.THOMASThe Kansas City Star The Independence man whose two children disappeared 20 months ago says he would rather die than reveal to authorities and his ex-wife what he did with them.“Let ’em think that they’re dead,” said Daniel Porter, in a recent telephone call from jail.
“I’ll be happy in jail.”In the recordings, Porter talked very little about his children, spending most of the time ridiculing authorities and bad-mouthing his ex-wife, Tina Porter, the children’s mother.”Indeed, Porter brought up the death penalty in several calls.“My lawyer mentioned, you know, that they may even try — nobody has proof that the kids are all right — they may even try to get you for murder,” he said in a call last year. How will that set over if maybe, say, they give me the death penalty and then two weeks after I’m dead, here comes the kids? ”In another conversation, he said, “Let’s say they give me 30 years to life and I get out after doing 25 years and then all of a sudden, wham! “So, it could be tomorrow, it could be 10 years.”But Porter admitted that, while he had confidence in his public defender, he wasn’t optimistic.“I heard he only lost one case, and that was 15 years ago,” Porter said. I’m not gonna walk scot-free.”The story until now…■ On June 5, 2004, Daniel Porter picked up his children, Sam and Lindsey, from the Independence home of his estranged wife, Tina Porter, for a weekend visit.The children, who were 7 and 8 at the time, haven’t been seen since.■ Porter was charged with two counts of parental kidnapping and two counts of parental kidnapping with intent to terrorize.“It is to make sure the public’s best interest is being served.”Burdick acknowledged that Porter has no expectation of privacy while on the phone when it comes to jailhouse security.But he argued Porter does have an expectation of privacy when it comes to media using those discussions to serve its own purpose.