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September 19, 2005

HarryTho Natalee Holloway Update and Commentary

Topics: Natalee Holloway

Dave Holloway has been an exception to the Twitty-Holloway campaign. Recently, he spoke with the prosecution in Aruba and came away satisfied with their progress. Although I believe that many of Beth Holloway Twitty's activities and comments have been problematic, I have no problem with Dave Holloway, and I do not believe the authorities in Aruba have mixed feeling for him, despite an early outburst when they brought him in for questioning. He seems to be quite a reasonable man.

This seems to be Dan Riehl's "view" as well, and has a post on Dave's comments today entitled, "Natalee Holloway's Father Dave Speaks Out In Aruban Media":

Dave Holloway, the Father of missing teen Natalee Holloway distanced himself from a call for a boycott of Aruba by popular daytime television psychologist, Dr. Phil.

From early press reports, I've been told Dave Holloway points out that he is "independent of that opinion and can speak for himself".

Apparent quotes are said to go on to say, "I have family that work regular jobs. There is no reason that 100,000 people should be made to suffer for the actions of 3 or 4 individuals, which may not even be from this island".

A reporter goes on to point out that since the beginning of the case, Dave has never used the word corruption and distances himself from Beth and Dr. Phil on this issue, as well.

Meanwhile, there's a bit of a blog fight going on between Scared Monkeys and Aruba Truth, and it looks like Scared Monkeys has landed some blows - with Aruba Truth putting up a reasonable defense. I'd like to see the fight a little less personal and inflamatory.

Here is a case in point: Deepak states, clearly or otherwise, that all three suspects had sex with Natalee. Sacred Monkeys promotes a gang rape, either directly or indirectly via comments by Beth Twitty. Arlene Ellis-Schipper is trying to explain, politely, that admission to having sex with someone does not constitute rape. Women, especially young adventuresome women, do sometimes engage in "trains" or group sex. The 60s in the USA were an advertisement for this type of adventuresome behavior. According to Beth Twitty, Natalee was not that kind of girl. I doubt Natalee engaged in that kind of activity as well; however, Beth and I are not witnesses. The witnesses are Joran van der Sloot, Satish and Deepak Kalpoe. And, apparently, they are in agreement about Natalee's willingness to engage in group sex with them. As for the going in an out of sleep during sex with Joran, women do not claim rape when their mates engage them so in the morning. Actually, if my memory is correct, women enjoy walking up with their man inside them.

I'd like to see Sacred Monkeys, who has worked hard to cover this case, assume a position comparable to what Arlene Ellis-Schipper is advocating: Keep a distance without entering our moral standards, or expectations, into of our conclusions. Also, many of these wild rumors that seem to emanate from the Dairio newspaper need to be lassoed and brought under control; i.e., the alleged Joran confession., etc. Accordingly, this new information presented by special agent Harold about the fish trap needs to be verified. The way it was revealed by Sacred Monkeys clearly shifts the notion of guilt and cover up onto the suspects and the Aruban authorities. How could anyone ignore such a device in a missing person's case on an island?

Back to an earlier point, in Dan's post that I mentioned in the begining of this post, he mentions a very interesting comment by Dave Holloway.

Holloway also states "I am open to the idea of other possibilities". He will not talk to the media about any of the information in the event that it would compromise the investigation.
In my mind that leaves the door open for a scenario that we've discussed here on Hyscience, numerous times.

Although Aruba Truth will certainly oppose any slave trade scenario, and this position is natural and understandable, since to acquiesce to the existence of such a trade would be damaging to their tourist industry. What Aruba Truth fails to realize is that sex trade is a pipeline industry. One kidnaps a young female somewhere near an access terminal to the pipeline. Once kidnapped, the victim is transported to the access terminal. Hence, chance kidnappings can occur any place in the world, provided some conduit has been established by which the kidnappers can transport the victim to an access terminal. In my opinion, minor access terminals exists in Coro and Caracas, Venezuela. Major access terminals exists in Isla de Margarita in Venezuela and the port of Paramaribo in Suriname.

Someone kidnapped by the "Pimps" in Aruba would need to be transported to Coro to enter the pipeline. Coro can easily be accessed via a street boat from Aruba to Puento Fijo on the peninsula de Paraguara, Venezuela. According to LT Rudy something, a street from Aruba can transit to Puento Fiji in about an hour. If coordinated, the entire effort would take a little over two hours.

Timeline: Natalee Holloway left C&C with Deepak Kalpoe before last call. Let us say midnight or shortly thereafter. Her abductors rode her to the street boat, perhaps a few minutes to one-half hour away. It is probably clear that neither Deepak, Joran nor Satish accompanied her on the street boat. Of course, all three could have accompanied her, given their next questionable documented appearance by the gardner at 2:30 - 3:00 AM behind the Racquet Club. I believe, it is safe to say that Natalee would have been in Puento Fijo by 1:30 AM, the precise time she was supposed to have been dropped off in front of the Holiday Inn. Remember, four people attested to this drop off at 1:30 AM. It was important to document the 1:30 AM time.

Just my thoughts. It should be clear that I am not proposing any existence of sex trade activity in Aruba. This could have been an experimental attempt by the Pimps to enter the trade. Remember, we have attractive, blonde women going missing without a trace in Honolulu, as well. The key is making a connection with the pipeline. To me, the conduit vehicle to that connection is some form of waterborne craft or vessel, and this could easily have been how Natalee was taken off the island, if she was.

I believe that is clear, by now, that the Aruban investigative effort into Natalee Holloway's disappearance is facing either a large, on-island conspiracy or international, sex-slave, crime ring. In either case, the investigators have their hands full.

Posted For HarryTho (aka Harry Owens)

Posted by Richard at September 19, 2005 10:58 PM

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