October 10, 2005
HarryTho Natalee Holloway Update and CommentaryTopics: Natalee Holloway
Tonight's Natalee news is light on substance, but as usual, there's always room for commentary.
Fox News (Cavuto Show) reported on an email that they received from Holland that referred to Natalee Hollway as: "the American broad that got propelled into stardom" (or words to that effect); whereas, Joran van der Sloot was identified as the "poor Dutch kid." Neither of these comments adequately describe the subjects of the email.
Rita Crosby of MSNBC News hosted Catherine Crier and Ruben Trappenberg. Catherine Crier upheld that Deepak Kalpoe's own statements would warrant a grand jury indictment for sexual assault within the USA.
Ruben Trappenberg reported that the Aruban authorities were talking to the US State Department for assistance in obtaining the originals of the tape conversation between Jimmy Skeeter and Deepak Kalpoe.
Dan at Riehl World View posts on The Skeeters Tape, which doesn't impress him in the least:
...Aruban LE will get the tape and no matter what's on it, they won't be able to share it according to Dutch Law, so into the black hole it goes - until maybe Jossy gets a copy from whomever he paid off for the police file in the first place. Either way, no judge is likely to allow it into evidence, no matter what it contains - just as they probably wouldn't in the United States. I doubt there's even a clear evidence trail for it now.
Then we'll be hearing that this is another example of the rampant corruption because, well, I can hear it now. "You know, Doctor Phil. I wish, I wish I could answer that question. I don't, ... I just don't get it. You heard the tape. This is just another blah blah
Scared Monkeys posted that Beth Twitty spoke in earnest when she announced that the primary residence of the van der Sloots was not searched. However this is actually old news that everyone has already thoroughly addressed. In a recap, Beth Twitty harps on the fact that the home of Paulus van der Sloot was not searched by stating the nebulous "the primary residence of the van der Sloots" was not searched, implying that no search was ever conducted. Beth's comment about the "primary residence of the van der Sloots" is correct; however, the police thoroughly searched the home, under search warrant, of Joran van der Sloot and confiscated items, as seen on the cable news networks. Beth's comment was seized upon by Nancy Grace who proferred her curtilage theory. We've all previously articulated on this, as well.
Hat tip goes to Sacred Monkeys for at least helping to keep the story alive - it's just that we need to go on to the real story.
Joe Scarborough at MSNBC News interviewed Beth Twitty. Joe promoted a boycott of Aruba by all of America in order to break the back of the Aruban economy, and felt that this is the only solution in order to get the Arubans serious about resolving the disappearance case of Beth's daughter.
Beth confirmed that her daughter was kidnapped and raped, based on statements that the suspects had sex with her daughter while she was unconscious. She said that the Aruban authorites are well aware of the chain of command, because Dave Hollway gave them the FBI's number to call for assistance of any kind.
Based upon the Skeeter tapes, aired on Dr. Phil, Beth feels that the three suspects should be re-arrested. Although, Beth contends that just acquiring the Skeeter tapes is not enough, but that the Aruban authorities must also use the tapes and not misplace or lose them. Beth accused Judge Smit of old boy favoritism in releasing the suspects, including Paulus van der Sloot.
Beth reported that Governor Riley of Alabama has made some requests of the Aruban government. Currently, he awaits a response from those requests.
Next week, Beth intends to take two search teams to Aruba. One will do a land search; whereas, the second team will do a water search. Additionally, Beth will request a meeting with the prosecutor in order ot explore actions to be taken against the original investigators for falsifying one her initial statements to the police.
Joe Scarborough refered to Aruba as a Banana Republic. He stated that he would never allow any member of his family to travel to Aruba, until this fiasco with Beth's daughter is resolved. Joe asked America to step forward and boycott Aruba.
I believe that Scared Monkeys is helping the Twitty-Holloways circle the wagons in order to keep some semblance of their credibility together. Interestingly, Nancy Grace took the night off. Greta of Fox News avoided airing anything in the case. Also, those inquirers from the Alabama emailers are indication of more cleansing to come. I believe, we have been patient for over four months, allowing the "hang 'em high" group to prosecute Joran and friends. Now, it is time to take a serious look at the Alabama component of this case that so far has been protected and kept in sanctuary.
Earlier today, The Monkeys posted that Beth Twitty spoke in earnest when she announced that the primary residence of the van der Sloots was not searched. This is old news that we've all previously articulated thoroughly. In a recap, Beth Twitty harped on the fact that the home of Paulus van der Sloot was not searched by stating the nebulous "the primary residence of the van der Sloots" was not searched, implying that no search was ever conducted. Beth's comment about the "primary residence of the van der Sloots" is correct; however, the police thoroughly searched the home, under search warrant, of Joran van der Sloot and confiscated items, as seen on the cable news networks. Beth's comment was seized upon by Nancy Grace who proferred her curtilage theory. Hyscience articulated on this, as well.
That's tonights quick recap of the day's Natalee events. Hopefully, we'll have some more good questions and comments from the readership.
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Posted by Richard at October 10, 2005 11:28 PM
Better said than At Riehl World ! I went to this bookmark tonight regarding Aruba's VIP Club and Lions Den. So many similarities to Shangos riddles, and it is gone. Gone in thin air, just like Natalee Holloway. What do u make of that ????
Posted by: Stefani at October 11, 2005 12:57 AM
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