Thursday, April 06, 2006

Aruba Dirty Cop: Dennis Jacobs

On June 11, 2005 spokespersons for the Aruban Ministry of Justice and the Aruban Law Enforcement released statements to two major media outlets that there was an admission that something bad happened; Natalee was confirmed dead; the location of her body was known; and the suspect who made the admission was leading authorities to the scene. The FBI came to the Twittys’ hotel room at this time and informed them of the happenings that were taking place. Beth immediately phoned her mother to break the news that Natalee was dead.

I contend that Paulus had anticipated one of the suspects breaking and had arranged for Natalee to be moved to another location of the island within hours of her being put in a hastily prepared grave by Joran, Deepak and Satish. When the suspect who had made the admission could not locate Natalee where he knew she had been buried ….. The words, “NO BODY; NO CASE” came to mind and his admission ceased to exist and ….. The official statements were retracted.

2 Days after 5/29, the body of Natalee may have already been found and the Police Commissioner looked the other way to do a favor for Paulus van der sloot (ex-Chief of Staff of the Prosecutor General J. Zwinkels) To exculpate the son of Paulus, the Police Commissioner and Fiscal Chief Prosecutor Karin Janssen made the false arrest of 2 security guards, Jones and John, called this a "tactical maneuver" and denied them their freedom for 10 days.

According to Zaandam, the nominations of among others, Commissioners Bernardina, Dompig, Hassel and Richardson, along with 34 high-rank 1st class inspectors, which are against the law and hierarchy of the KPA (police corps), have serious consequences for the quality and integrity of work in KPA. None of the high-ranked commissioners has the qualifications nor experience to conduct a judicial investigation.

He also claims this is how Commissioner van der straaten was appointed to this case. However, according to Saandam, this should not be work for a commissioner.

THE ADMISSION OF JUNE 11, 2005,2933,162272,00.html
July 12, 2005

GRETA VAN SUSTEREN, HOST: Some explosive new details are emerging about the night Natalee Holloway disappeared. The Aruban newspaper Diario broke the news on their front page on Monday. Joining us live from Aruba with the inside scoop is Diario's managing editor, Jossy Mansur.

Jossy, let me get straight to the main thing that struck everybody reading that article today, that Joran van der Sloot claimed to the police to have buried Natalee. Is that right?

JOSSY MANSUR, DIARIO MANAGING EDITOR: That's correct, Greta. That happened on the second day of interrogations.

VAN SUSTEREN: Do you know when he supposedly made that statement to the police? Was it early on in his detention, or even before his detention or later?

MANSUR: No, it was when they had let them free. And when he came back, they (INAUDIBLE) him in as a suspect. ON THE SECOND DAY OF THAT DETENTION, HE BROKE DOWN COMPLETELY. HE CRIED, AND HE ADMITTED TO THE POLICE, HE CONFESSED TO THE POLICE THAT, WE BURIED NATALEE.,2933,159252,00.html
June 11, 2005

David Cruz, a spokesman for the Aruban Minister of Justice (search) told FOX News Natalee Holloway (search), who was on vacation with friends with a graduation trip when she disappeared, WAS CONFIRMED DEAD and that authorities KNEW THE LOCATION OF HER BODY. However, Cruz later retracted the statement, saying he was a victim of a "misinformation campaign."
June 12, 2005

Deputy Police Commissioner, Gerold Dompig, told The Associated Press that one of three young men arrested in the case ADMITTED "SOMETHING BAD HAPPENED" to Holloway and was leading police to the scene. Prosecutors refused to comment on Dompig's statement, and DOMPIG HIMSELF REFUSED TO IDENTIFY which of the three young men who took Holloway to the Northern beach the night she went missing made the statement.

Natalee Holloway Is Dead (VIDEO)
June 9, 2005

CHRIS LEJUEZ, ATTORNEY FOR ABRAHAM JONES: Nancy, I have seen only the statements of two of the three men. The evidence that I got, the documentation, the files that I received from the prosecutor`s office contained only two of the statements.

My colleague has asked the prosecutor why only the two, not the one of the Dutch boy? She was told by the prosecutor, at least by the prosecutor`s office, that that statement would not be relevant to the case of her suspect, her client.

LEJUEZ: Well, both the statement that I`ve read from two of this young boys state very clearly that they dropped her off at the hotel at approximately 2 o`clock in the morning. She got out of the car. She was under the influence of alcohol. And then they saw her walk through the front door of the hotel inside the lobby