Wednesday, May 31, 2006

Courage and Cowardice in Aruba

Just what exactly is Paul Van der sloot being compensated for? A procedural error? An error in police work? A mistake of what sort? If it was procedural is it the same as the inability to get a search warrant for the main suspects property? The tossing out of court of the dna samples taken from the main suspects?

Not one of the suspects statements can be used against them. Who's responsible for this? This sounds like a procedure Aruba Style. The indecency towards Natalee and her family must be fought without pity, without end.

Beth: I'm looking for my daughter who was last seen with your son. Do you know what happened to her?
PVDS: No body, no case

Beth: Your son says he dropped her at the hotel, but now says he dropped her on the beach, what was it? How did he get home?
PVDS: "No body, no case.

Beth: Have you ever met my daughter, Natalee?
PVDS: "No body, no case."

Beth: Your son now says he went out 30 minutes before Carlos n' Charlies closed and left with my daughter only to leave her on the beach saying he didn't have a condom or he had tests or something. Why would he do that?
PVDS: "No body, no case."

Beth: What have you done with my daughter?
PVDS: "No body, no case."

Dave Holloway: Officer Jacobs, I'm trying to find my daughter who's missing.
Dennis Jacobs: "How much money do you have?"

Dennis Jacob to Dave Holloway: "Go have a beer, I'm sure she'll show up."

From Jessy at SM:

  1. Jessy Says:

    A death of Natalee Holloway under the known/suspected circumstance is a simple matter to understand. Death could have been by intent or by accident.

    The investigators (such as they are) appear to go with a probable accidental death and have since mid June, 2005. Of course and accidentally death does not rule out or rule in a crime against the person of Natalee Holloway prior to an accidental death. Nor does it rule out or rule in that a crime against Natalee Holloway could have contributed to the accidental death. But there appears to be no physical evidence of anything (for whatever reasons) absent the body.

    It is the absence of a body that is a big problem as to evidence as well as big mystery in this case. It is totally illogical to conclude that the body of Natalee Holloway would have been disposed of so as not be found if it was just an accident. Logic dictates that if an accident, somebody involved believed or knew the accident was preceded by a crime or a crime contributed to the accident. And that leads one back to joran van der sloot who has yet to tell the whole truth and nothing but the truth.