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May 26, 2006
Harrytho 5/26 Natalee Holloway CommentaryTopics: Natalee Holloway
There has been no noteworthy news, other than John Q. Kelly's frustration with Karin Janssen.
Actually, it is not so much his frustration, as Karin Janssen's detention rampage. Each time Karin Janssen detains a new suspect, it weakens John Q. Kelly's case against Joran van der Sloot: i.e., if the Aruban police are so sure Joran van der Sloot committed this crime, then how come they continue to add more murder suspects? With the growing cast of characters, how sure can anyone be that anyone committed a crime against Natalee Holloway. John Q. Kelly has to discount all these new suspects ... and apparently, Karin Janssen is not allowing John Q. Kelly to restrict and/or limit the scope of her investigation.
Returning to the night in question, some interesting possibilities, aired on the Riehl World View blog comment section, warrant a revisit. The mysterious party that many of the persons of interest attended presents some possibilities.
When one questions why a teenage girl would go with three guys that she really did not know, there seems only a few reasonable responses. First, we have the Alabama line: She was drugged and kidnapped. Second, we have: She thought it was a taxi that she was getting into. Third, a carousing response: She was dead drunk and did not know what she was doing. Fourth, a more intimate avenue: She was sexually aroused and wanted male companionship.
Let us look at a fifth possibility: She was invited to an after-hours party at the home of a wealthy Aruban. Now, I will grant, other than wild speculation, there exists absolutely no "released" support that Natalee attended any after-hours party. But, if we were to grant the possibility that it occurred, we have a reason why a reasonably sober and intelligent girl would acquiesce to such an invitation. After all, it was her last evening on the island. She may have wanted to live life to the fullest, so to speak.
The party invitation makes it easy to comprehend why Joran would have had little trouble influencing a girl that he essentially just met to attend by herself. Really, no one has provided a palatable reason why Natalee went with Joran by herself. Despite all the wild accusation, she had no reason to leave with Joran. Her school inundated their students with the dangers of alcohol. Natalee had to be astute enough to comprehend the dangers of leaving, alone, with three guys. Something special had to have enticed her. The party could have been that enticement.
The attendees of the party knew Joran van der Sloot. It would have been logical for him to attend the function. What is illogical is him avoiding the party. Given the silence of the party attendees questioned by the Aruban police, it seems that this group is close knit, to say the least. If Joran van der Sloot did attend that party with Natalee, we can be reasonably certain that these fellows would not reveal it.
Let us postulate for sake of the scenario that Joran did attend. We can just imagine what kind entertainment young adults engaged in at this party. It is conceivable that given Natalee's non-exposure to this quality of entertainment in Alabama that she may have succumb to a combination of intakes. It was most likely accidental. Yet, given the identity of the entertainment, many of the party attendees would have been held liable. Clearly, everything needed to dispose of Natalee's body was available to the party attendees. If not readily available, access was close at hand, given their social status.
Of course, it is conceivable that Natalee arrived at this party, after she left Joran on the Marriott Beach, as well. However Natalee arrived at this party, it could have been the location of her demise.
Posted by HarryTho at May 26, 2006 5:54 AM
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