Wednesday, May 17, 2006

No Johnny Cakes for the Liar Joe Tacopina

Johnny Cakes Tacopina continued to lie and lie and lie...We can only hope that lying to a judge in this country gets you in legal trouble.

Some more gems from Joey:

"Paulus lost his judgeship because of this case." Wrong Joey, but that would mean Aruba has made a good decision, clearly.

"Joran is the most articulate and mature kid he's ever met." Wow, then can he explain again how he got home from his second lie about dropping a girl in and out of consciousness on the beach and then didn't remember her name the next night?

Oh, I forgot, he was scared, too much gambling, is he still scared now?

I spoke with the Van der sloots and "they were gracious as usual."

Yeah, that's what you think of when you think of the Van der sloots, gracious.

But, if you're a Van der sloot, you have to pay someone to speak that way about you.

Whether the decision goes in Natalee's favor or not, it's far from over, and Tacopina will be long gone trolling for some more murderers to defend.

Insane and unprofessional?

Add this from Tamikosmom to the statement that the now ex-Chief said that the "3 are guilty as hell" and that "one of the suspects has confessed and is leading authorities to the body."

It's all coming down to a few cops and a judge, one sitting and one failed.
June 29, 2005

JANSSEN: We have much more information than only that. I can‘t tell you the details about that. I only can say there‘s telephone, e-mail, chat sessions, (UNINTELLIGIBLE) messages and that‘s the sort of communication that we are investigating now. And it gives us a clear picture of where they were and how they communicate and what they said to each other.
July 1, 2005

Janssen said the prosecution was centering its case around e-mail and cell phone text messages written between the suspects the night Holloway disappeared. Janssen declined to offer further details about the messages, but said not having a body would make getting a murder conviction "more difficult but not impossible."

JANSSEN: Well, the father has spoken with those three suspects and he said he gave them some legal advice but I think the advices were going further than that. They spoke about the situation that when there is no body, you don‘t have a case, and that was already in the first day after the disappearance. And secondly, the father and the mother have asked a friend of Joran, the suspect—the minor suspect, to come to their home to tell them what he has explained to the police. And that is, well, I can say was an obstruction of the investigation
August 27, 2005

(CNN) -- After being detained and then released last month in Natalee Holloway's disappearance, two brothers were arrested again Friday in Aruba on suspicion they acted "together with other people" in raping and killing the Alabama teen, the prosecutor's office said.

Without elaborating on the evidence, the office said in a statement that "new facts and circumstances" led them to re-arrest Satish Kalpoe, 18 and brother Deepak, 21.

"They are suspected of the primary criminal act of together with other people committing premeditated murder, alternately together with other people murdering somebody, more alternately rob a person of her liberty with fatal consequences and even more alternately raping somebody," the statement said.