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March 17, 2008
Aruban Authorities Dismiss Charges In Nataliee Holloway CaseTopics: Natalee Holloway
Authorities in Aruba have dropped the case against three men in the disappearance of Natalee Holloway - for lack of sufficient evidence.
Surely, no one expected anything other than this. The Aruban Public Prosecutor's Office brings new meaning to the word "inept."
Posted by Harry Owens at March 17, 2008 1:30 AM
The Aruban prosecutor should revisit Aruban LT Ritter's (sp) fastboat theory. With the main suspects dismissed, LT Ritter's (sp?) theory may become centerstage material.
As I recall, LT Ritter (sp?) theorized (maybe more than a theory) that Natalee was enticed to take a fastboat ride on the night that she disappeared. He felt that she left Aruba on the fastboat (initially) voluntarily. She might have had other thoughts once she arrived in Punto Fijo, Venezuela.
LT Ritter (sp?) estimated that the ride would take about an hour in a fastboat. Although the radar watch reported no unusual, at-sea activity the night that Natalee disappeared, we must consider that at the time (2005) that fastboats were the vehicle of choice for drug traffickers (somehow they always elude radar surveillance).
Now, add this information to the charming personality of Patrick van der Eem and his Marriott Beach cousins's surf shop operation, and we have a new avenue of exploration.
Posted by: harry at March 17, 2008 2:22 AM
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