February 13, 2006
HarryTho 2/13 Natalee Holloway CommentaryTopics: Natalee Holloway
The news everywhere is scant on the Natalee Holloway affair. A number of posters believe that the case is over without any resolution. It is difficult to ignore the fact that the Aruban authorities may have uncovered many leads, some disparaging towards the Kingdom of Mountain Brook teens; however, in an effort to maintain good relations for their tourism industry in Las Vegas style ... what goes on here, stays here ..., they will undoubtedly just let the case wither away. And, it seems it be the best course of action for all involved.
I believe we have done as much as an other blog to research and analyze the possibilities in the case. We have many theories. Some are more plausible than others. I still maintain a drowning around 3:00 AM in the morning in the Caribbean currents, as the most likely scenario for Natalee's demise. I admit that other blogs have produced an array of stimulating scenarios in which Joran and the Kalpoe brothers did away with Natalee Holloway; however, to me, each of these scenarios fails when one considers the plausibility of the capability of Joran and Kalpoe brothers to orchestrate such a disposition without a trace. Furthermore, any conspiracy theory would have broken down or been penetrated by the Aruban authorities by now. Accidental drowning appears to be the only plausible solution to the case.
We could spend some time entertaining all the litigation scenarios; however, why waste anyone's time with that. Current announcements on the pro-Twitty blogs seems to be signaling maneuvers indicative of damage control already in full swing. I believe the Paulus van der Sloot claim against the Aruban government is the harbinger of years of entertainment to come. The legal fallout form this case will persists long beyond our current decade.
One pressing question that I feel needs to be announced is that thousands of Americans have come to Aruba on vacation is a variety of travel packages over the years. To the best of my knowledge, to a person, they have all returned safely. This Kingdom of Mountain Brook trip was the seventh such trip in a row. All six prior trips went without a hitch. Yet, the only travel package to end up with a missing teenager was the 2005 trip by the Kingdom of Mountain Brook. Why? What made this 2005 trip, or more accurate Natalee Holloway, more susceptible than any other trip or vacation package? It seems, to the best of my knowledge, Americans with average intelligence (and preferred sexual preference) have no problem navigating through Aruba's entertainment and social setting ... before or after Natalee Holloway's disappearance. What made Natalee do different?
To me, the discussion over the past few days concerning autism has bearing on how this 2005 trip to Aruba was different from all over trips and vacation packages. It deserves careful study. Something made Natalee Holloway more susceptible to disappearing than anyone else in recent years. I suspect that it was Natalee Holloway's own mental state.
In related news, Boycott Bob has taken a commanding lead in Alabama Republican Party nomination for governor.
nbc13.com - Politics - Riley Posts Big Lead Over Moore In Governor's Race Poll
-- A new poll of likely state Republican voters shows Gov. Bob Riley has widened his lead over former Chief Justice Roy Moore.
The survey, conducted by the Mobile Register and the University of South Alabama, shows Riley with 56 percent to Moore's 28 percent. 16 percent are undecided.
The survey was released Sunday.
Riley's standing is up from a similar poll in October that had the governor with 44 percent, Moore with 25 percent, and 31 percent undecided.
Poll director Keith Nicholls said the undecided dropped considerably and most appear to be leaning toward Riley.
Riley's campaign declined comment. Moore downplays the results and said he remains confidence of a strong showing in the June 6 Republican primary.
The most recent survey was a random telephone poll conducted February 4 through February 8 with 400 registered voters. The survey has a margin of sampling error of plus or minus five percentage points.
Comment: I pray that those polled included residents outside the Kingdom of Mountain Brook.
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