Tuesday, November 15, 2005

Aruba Confidential: Better Unsafe than Sorry

Dennis Jacobs was duped. Paulus van der sloot is using the court to prove you're audacity and be personally compensated for your misguided suspicions.

How does that make you feel?

Paulus van der sloot who didn't do much to eliminate suspicion used the courts to do for him what you could not. Eliminate him from suspicion. The running, the not allowing a search of "his" property, you know the one that's seperate from his son's property. He bullied you.

Filing a motion to prevent the FBI from having access to the case. The case of a missing American. Was he telling you it's none of your business or was he thinking the FBI would hinder you?

How often did you speak to Paulus either directly or indirectly since Natalee went missing? You and Jan van der straaten run into each other maybe?

Are you confused? Ask yourself why you became a police officer?

Arubatruth can attack Beth and claim there is no evidence of a crime. Is that true? After 6 months there is no evidence? Are you proud that the head of AHTA, Jeff Lesker, can claim "no evidence whatsover?" Or Arlene Schippers stating there is "no evidence." Or John Pauly, the hired media whore regurgitating the "no body, no crime" mantra.

Who is Arubatruth defending at your expense? You are the lead investigator in this case. What have you done? Or, what have you not done, so well?

Yet it's still a union job. "The SPA of which Mr. Zaadam is the president. SPA has all the information and has taken the position not to permit any changes in the investigating team. If the Public Prosecutor and the Police Commissioner order the change just like, there will be no other alternative than to disobey such an order."

The head of your union, Eric Zaadam says,"I want to believe that the people have to rest assured that justice is proceeding as it should."

Let us ask you what you asked Dave Holloway. "How much money do you have?" Is it enough to soothe your conscious? You're supposed to make the badge mean something and not hide behind the power that good officers have given it. You hide behind it because without it you have to rely on who you really are.

How much money did it take to buy you? I bet it wasn't much. The chief says the 3 are guilty as hell. Why would he say that and Arubatruth says there is no evidence?

It's all about evidence now. You are the man responsible. You have become what you couldn't completely make the security guards.

A scapegoat. Dennis Jacobs the scapegoat. Did you know you were being lied to? Did you buy a second lie?

Now the investigation is going to get new investigators? Do you expect us to believe this? The same old new faces are going to make any difference? You cannot hide anymore and you're engaging in the Paulus van der sloot strategy. Divert attention. Float the story she may be alive to make Paulus's "dropped her on the beach" lie give him cover and allow him to sue you. Dennis Jacobs shaves and you call this "new faces" in the investigation?

I knew the Aruba Police were dirty, I didn't know just how dirty you are. You're trying the "quiet" approach now, hoping again it will blow over. "Everybody lies."

The end is near for this clogged toilet of money and lies that is Aruba. Hello world, this is the Aruba Dirty Police: Jan van der straaten, Paulus van der sloot, Karin Janssen and Dennis Jacobs.

Step up and come forward. It's your moment.

Honest Cop: "Did you make a mistake?"

Jacobs: "Yeah, my whole life"

Honest Cop: "Listen, I think I made a mistake, too."

Jacobs: "I ain't a priest, I can't hear your confession."

Honest Cop: "Did you make the 2 black security guards for the Natalee Holloway murder?"

Jacobs: "What?"

Honest Cop: "It's a simple question."

Jacobs: "You should be the last person that wants to dig any deeper into the Natalee Holloway case."

Honest Cop: "Rollo Tomasi."

Jacobs: "Is there more to that, or do I have to guess?"

Honest Cop: "Rollo was a purse snatcher. My father ran into him off duty. He shot my father six times and got away clean. No one even knew who he was. I made the name up to give him some personality."

Jacobs: "So what's the point?"

Honest Cop: Rollo's the reason I became a cop. I wanted to catch the guys who thought they could get away with it. It was supposed to be about truth and justice and Rollo. But somewhere along the way I forgot all that...How about you, Dennis? Why did you become a cop?

Jacobs: "I don't remember"