Wednesday, December 27, 2006

Janssen, Dompig and van der stratten's plea bargain

An internal investigation of an internal investigation from last spring in Aruba numbs the mind with overusing words that dance around the intention of what words are supposed to say. For some reason Jan van der stratten and Gerold Dompig were flashing through my mind while reading this, over and over.

And Paul van der sloot, working in the office of the prosecutor, after Natalee disappeared. Is it just me or is this report trying hard to twist itself into knots and squeeze out the truth in corporate droplets of politically correct and inoffensive words?

This sounds exactly like a gnome, a Dutch gnome, savage embezzler of justice, Paulus van der sloot tossing up "outdated" procedures to dazzle and confuse what the report calls:

"...not having qualitatively good employees in managerial positions."

van der stratten, Dompig and Janssen to the novice.

"...lack of open culture." Now what does that mean? Is that the Arubans or the Dutch?

Add this to "insane and unprofessional" Jan, Gerold and Karin and your complicity in the lack of justice is being given a smokescreen.

You chose stupidy over corruption. Just a bunch of Dutch Yahoo's is how you've chosen to be remembered because there is no jail time.

Over 300 posts can't describe the Aruba Dirty Police better than it's own reports, again.

From Amigoe on Scared Monkeys:

ORANJESTAD – An investigation report on the efficiency of the Police Corps of Aruba (KPA) regarding integrity, states that the control on work procedure is poorly; promotional transfers take place, while there is a disciplinary investigation going; and there is no correct follow up after irregularities within the corps are signaled.

Forensic Services Caribbean in Curaçao did the investigation by order of Justice-minister Rudy Croes (MEP). Amigoe learned this from documents that the paper received for perusal. The report was already given to the then chief of police Ronny Bernadina on April 3rd of this year. The investigation took place in 2005 and based on the findings, Forensic Services Caribbean advices to draw up a master plan to deal with the integrity risks. Based on conversations with some key-officials within the KPA and external partners of the corps, like the Security Service, the Public Prosecutor, and the Coastguard, they have mapped nine risks. They have also analyzed summaries of integrity rules violations within the corps. They first noticed that many rules regarding work procedures and work processes are established, but that these are not univocal and not conveniently arranged. The procedures differ per (police-, editor) district and are implemented or interpreted differently.” Besides, several regulations are not complete. Not everybody is familiar with the procedures, they are difficult of access, and several of the versions used are outdated. Several procedures are too complex and have therefore lost their powers. “They have become dead letters”, states the report. There is lack of control on the observance of the procedures in all sectors of the organization. This has to do with not having qualitatively good employees on managerial positions. Another reason is that there is lack of open culture, in which employees dare to talk to each other. In order to restrict this risk, the bureau advices to further specify the career policy and to organize trainings that would provoke a culture change within the police corps. A third risk that can cause the integrity of the corps to come into play is the lack of confidence when it comes to exchange information. Confidential information is leaked to third parties and nobody knows what to do with the information or that the information can be used against you. “This lack of confidence has consequences for the internal- and external communication”, states the report. It also forms a hindrance for working effectively and efficiently. Their advice is again a culture chance in order to create confidence.

Friday, December 15, 2006

David Kocksucker

The Kalpoe's lawyer thinks his client's have been wronged. He even claims the Holloways are looking to "profit."

The depth of this vermin's soullessness is indescribable. If you consider profit comes after you've absorbed some sort of cost.

Mr. Kocksucker is insinuating things that say more about himself than the Holloways. Karma will be paying you and your family a visit one day David.

Thursday, December 14, 2006

Premeditated Paul Van der sloot

Monday, December 11, 2006

Diplomatic Immunity for the Van der sloots


Department of Justice official and Dutch Judges drastically limited the search of the Van Der Sloot property as a favor to Joran van der Sloot’s father.

Despite what Aruban government officials led the U.S. media to believe, there was never a full search made of the Van Der Sloot property in order to find evidence in the case of missing Alabama teenager Natalee Holloway.

Dompig: That is correct. The fact is that we as a law enforcement agency always try to get the maximum. Meaning that we want to search as much places as possible. We were not granted, by the judge, a search warrant for the complete house, we only received the warrant for the apartment.

Reporter: But what about after Paul Van der Sloot was arrested, couldn’t you get a warrant to search the house then?

Dompig: It was also denied, we were a bit disappointed with that. The judge was coming from another island I must point out. He said we didn’t make a good enough case to get a warrant.

10-9-05 Big Story Dompig no search warrant

Although a warrant for a search was originally requested and granted to the prosecutor, officers were blocked from searching the main residence and grounds by Justice Department official Ben King (Voking) and Dutch Judge Bob Witt, who were waiting at the Van Der Sloot’s premises when the search team arrived.


VAN SUSTEREN: What about the search of the van der Sloot property? Was that ever done, and was, you know--including, sort of, the cabana area where Joran lives?

DE VRIES: Well, the search in the home address of the family van der Sloot was very strange because the search warrant was made by head prosecutor Karin Janssen, and contained an allowance to search the whole address, “Montanja nineteen.”
So, the gardens, the buildings--everything.

But, when the police was on the spot, another high-ranking employee of the Justice office--it was Mr. Bob Witt--reduced the search warrant to only the room of Joran--and that was very strange. 11/28/06
Robert Jensen show

PRdVries: Yes the police missed several changes to do things right: when they wanted to search the house the door was opened by Mr. Ben King, an assistant of the Procurements Gen. office.: the highest justice-office on the island and a friend of the family who wanted to support the VdSloots in these difficult times… So clearly the search of the house hadn’t been a surprise to the VdSloots. And the police had a warrant for the complete estate but a judge - Bob Wit - who was at the house as well said only Jorans room could be searched. These are things a Dutch crime-reporter is of course totally astonished about.

Justice Department official Ben King, who later admitted to the media that he was a close friend of Paulus Van der Sloot, claimed he was on vacation and therefore not acting on behalf of the Justice department. It was King who personally informed the search team they could only search the small apartment of Joran Van Der Sloot, located in the back yard of the property just behind the main residence, when they arrived.

Also present at the Van Der Sloot residence was Dutch Judge Bob Witt from Curacao, who was one judge presiding over the case. It should be noted that Paulus Van der Sloot was a Dutch judge-in-training at the time of Natalee Holloway’s disappearance.

Although Joran Van Der Sloot was arrested on June 9, 2005 the Aruba Prosecutor Karin Janssen did not execute a search of the Van Der Sloot residence until nearly a week later on June 15th with members of her office, the Aruba Police department, and Dutch forensics specialists from Holland in tow.

The search itself of the Van Der Sloot apartment looks now to be nothing more than a “mock raid” for media consumption purposes. The search lasted only four hours and was conducted in the middle of the day, quite a contrast to the early morning raid the same Prosecutor ordered on the residences of two black security guards on June 5th.

The two security guards were arrested at 6:30 am and “perp walked” for the mainstream media who also got to witness their residences being ransacked. It was later proven both guards had alibis for the night Ms. Holloway and no evidence was found at either of their homes, which ultimately led to their release.

The fact that the Van Der Sloot residence and grounds were not searched was kept hidden from the media until mid-October when acting Police Chief Gerold Dompig revealed his department was denied a full search of the Van der Sloot property on not one, but two occasions. In addition to being denied a full search on June 15th, a second request to search the main residence was flatly denied by a Dutch judge when Paulus Van Der Sloot was arrested on June 23rd.

Judicial rulings in the Natalee Holloway case have been riddled with questionable decisions, leading many to believe Paulus Van der Sloot’s personal and professional connections to the Justice Department, Aruba Police Department, and the Dutch judges have deliberately tried to keep the case from being solved.

It now appears there has finally been a proper decision made in this case by Judge Rick Smid. The decision to retain three of Natalee's attackers as official suspects is the first positive step in a very long time.

Will Aruban officials take their cue from this Judge and finally do the right thing for Natalee Holloway?

We will not let up until this victim and her family receives justice.

Natalee's Freebirds


Justice Jacob “Bob” Wit

Jacob “Bob” Wit was the judge present at the van der Sloot property on June 15, 2005 who reduced the scope of that search to only the apartment occupied by Joran van der Sloot. His actions that day lead us to wonder why he would risk his career by aiding his good friend, Paulus. Why did Justice Wit wait for the prosecutor at the van der Sloot home to limit her search areas? Why didn’t he simply make that ruling from the bench in the courtroom? Why did he feel the need to do that from the van der Sloot home?

Justice Wit is a judge for the Caribbean Court of Justice. As such, he has a stringent Code of Ethics he must follow at all times – both in and outside the courtroom, as you will read below.

What could his relationship with Paulus van der Sloot have provided this judge in order for him to put his career on the line?

This is a short list of the Code of Ethics Justice Wit obviously violated. We wonder if the Caribbean Court of Justice is aware of Justice Wit’s actions?


This code was violated by Wit as seen by his presence at the van der Sloot home prior to the searchers arriving. Both Ben (Voc)King and Paulus van der Sloot are members of the legal profession.

1.3 A judge shall avoid close personal association with individual members of the legal profession, particularly those who practice in the judge’s court, where such association might reasonably give rise to the suspicion or appearance of favoritism or partiality.

Justice Wit used not his home, but that of a suspect in a criminal investigation as a meeting place for himself, said suspect, and a prosecution official.

1.4 A judge shall avoid the use of the judge’s residence by a member of the legal profession to receive clients or other members of the legal profession in circumstances that might reasonably give rise to the suspicion or appearance of impropriety on the part of the judge.

Was there any official reason given, in writing, for Wit’s verbal order at the van der Sloot home for curbing the areas of the search? Or did he merely do this to help his friend Paulus?

1.9 A judge shall not allow the judge’s family, social or other relationships improperly to influence the judge’s judicial conduct and judgment as a judge.

Was the mere presence of Justice Wit at the van der Sloot property enough to dissuade Karin Janssen from arguing the merits of her search warrant granted by the Joint Court? Did Wit use the prestige of his office to intimidate the searchers?

1.10 A judge shall not use or lend the prestige of the judicial office to advance the private interests of the judge, a member of the judge’s family or of anyone else, nor shall a judge permit others to convey the impression that anyone is in a special position improperly to influence the judge in the performance of judicial duties.


Justice Wit’s conduct here was certainly not above reproach – as even the acting Chief of Police was distraught at the limits set by Wit on their search of the van der Sloot property.

3.1 A judge shall ensure that his or her conduct is above reproach in the view of reasonable, fair-minded and informed persons.

Wit’s actions assured that not only would justice not be done, but failed to even attempt to create the appearance of justice.

3.2 The behavior and conduct of a judge must reaffirm the people’s faith in the integrity of the judiciary. Justice must not merely be done but must also be seen to be done.

How could Justice Wit ever again require others to uphold this Code of Ethics, when he himself ignored them to aid his friend and colleague, Paulus van der Sloot?

3.3 A judge, in addition to observing personally the standards of this Code, shall encourage and support their observance by others.


By reducing the scope of the search of the property of his friend and colleague, Justice Wit blatantly disregarded all thoughts of bias, favour, and prejudice.

4.1 A judge shall perform his or her judicial duties without favour, bias or prejudice.

Not only did Justice Wit lose the confidence of the public with his curtailing of the search, he lost the confidence of the Aruban prosecutor, and law enforcement – as evidenced by the public statements made by Chief Dompig in October 2005.

4.2 A judge shall ensure that his or her conduct, both in and out of court, maintains and enhances the confidence of the public, the legal profession and litigants in the impartiality of the judge and of the judiciary.

Justice Wit should have disqualified and excused himself from making any rulings in this case, as his actions showed he was clearly unable to decide any matters in this case impartially.

4.5 A judge shall disqualify himself or herself from participating in any proceedings in which the judge is unable to decide the matter impartially or in which a reasonable, fair-minded and informed person might believe that the judge is unable to decide the matter impartially.

Paulus van der Sloot, being an attorney and a substitute Judge, continues to be a member of the same fraternal body as Justice Wit. This fact alone should have caused Justice Wit to disqualify himself from making any decisions in this case. They both served on the Joint Court at the same time.

4.5.1 A judge must be sensitive to the fact that fraternal bodies are shrouded in mystery and clothed with a perception of secrecy and of providing unconditional assistance to members in times of need, trouble and distress. Persons who are not members of such bodies are likely to conclude that a litigant, belonging to the same fraternal body as a judge, enjoys an unfair advantage. In such circumstances, it would be appropriate for a judge to disqualify himself or herself in any proceeding in which the impartiality of the judge might reasonably be questioned.

There has been no transparency regarding Justice Wit’s decision to limit the scope of the search. Quite the contrary. His actions even took the Prosecutor by surprise, as this decision by Wit was only made known to Janssen the day of the search, when she arrived to execute the warrant.

4.5.2 A judge should therefore recognize that transparency assists in combating corruption and suspicions, and he or she should encourage judicial colleagues and the court staff to assist in promoting the intrinsic merits of transparent conduct and infusing public confidence in the role, functions and operations of the court.

4.6 A judge shall disqualify himself or herself in any proceedings in which there might be a reasonable perception of a lack of impartiality of the judge including, but not limited to, instances where:

Did Justice Wit become aware that evidence could very well have been obtained through the forensic search of the van der Sloot home and property? Is that the reason he tied the hands of the Prosecutor?

4.6.1 The judge has actual bias or prejudice concerning a party or personal knowledge of disputed evidentiary facts concerning the proceedings;


Did Justice Wit have discussions with Paulus van der Sloot, unbeknownst to the Prosecutor and law enforcement officials that led him to understand the involvement of his friend in the disappearance of Natalee Holloway?

5.7 Without authority of law and notice to, and consent of, the parties and an opportunity to respond, a judge shall not engage independent, personal investigation of the facts of a case before him or her.


7.1 Institutions and procedures for the implementation of this Code shall provide a publicly credible means for considering and determining complaints against judges. This is to be pursued without prejudice or hindrance to the universally recognized and hallowed principle of judicial independence.

7.2 By the very nature of their judicial office, judges are not, except in accordance with the law, accountable for their decisions to any organ or entity within the jurisdiction of the Caribbean Court of Justice or elsewhere, but are accountable for their conduct to institutions that are specifically established to implement and administer this Code.

7.3 The implementation of this Code shall take into account the legitimate needs of a judge, by reason of the nature of the judicial office, to be afforded protection from vexatious or unsubstantiated accusations and due process of law in the resolution of complaints against the judge.

We can’t help but wonder what the Caribbean Court of Justice would have to say about Justice Wit’s actions in the Holloway case.

Has the institution charged with implementing this Code been made aware of Justice Wit’s conduct?

Perhaps they should be………………..

We will not let up until this victim and her family has justice.

Natalee’s Freebirds

Wednesday, December 06, 2006

Dompig: "They did have sex with Natalee"


Dompig: "They did ‘have sex’ with Natalee"

Eighteen months after the disappearance of Natalee Holloway on May 30, 2005 in Aruba , officials have failed to prosecute any of the suspects involved with the crimes committed against Natalee.

Against the backdrop of the prosecutor’s failure to charge any suspects in this case, a sordid tale of corruption, cover up, and collusion is revealed through altered statements going uncontested by the ALE , statements that appear to be missing from the case file, missing portions of suspect police statements, and missing, lost or destroyed evidence.

Recent reports of a meeting between former chief of police, Gerold Dompig and Diario Newspaper Editor, Jossy Mansur reveal startling information, and make us again question why these criminals have not been prosecuted.

JOSSY MANSUR TO DANA PRETZER: I have a video tape of Gerald Dompig that they do have sufficient material to bring these boys in on kidnapping and rape. Which would be 8 years imprisonment.

According to Gerold Dompig, the three boys admitted "that they did ‘have sex with’ this girl when she was going in and out of consciousness”. This is a fact.

What happened to these missing statements? Where is the missing evidence?

Were these things intentionally removed from the case file in order to avoid going forward with a prosecution?

If their own Police Chief was saying there was sufficient material to charge and prosecute these criminals – why did the prosecutor fail to do so? This list of missing items from the case file makes us come to the obvious conclusion that there has been a concerted effort to avoid such a prosecution. Was this at the hands of law enforcement? The prosecutor’s office? The judges? Or a combination of all three?




Deepak Kalpoe claims in his official statement of June 10, 2005 that he vacuumed his vehicle prior to picking up Joran Van der Sloot on Sunday May 29, 2005. He remembers telling interrogators that his vehicle was very clean because he had vacuumed his car the prior evening. This would imply Deepak spoke to authorities on May 30, 2005. Where is Deepak's official statement of May 30, 2005?

On July 12, 2005 Anita stated in a Joe Scarborough interview that Joran was picked up from school by police on Monday, May 30, 2005. Where is Joran's official statement of May 30, 2005?

On June 29, 2005 in a secretly recorded conversation in a police van, Satish Kalpoe tells Joran he told police about the ‘choller’ in his first police statement. We’ve seen the statement from Satish given on 5/31/05 – this would indicate his first statement was given prior to that. Where is Satish’s official statement of May 30, 2005?

02. MAY 31, 2005 - JORAN VAN DER SLOOT

Paulus Van der Sloots's official statment of June 23, 2005 confirms that a statement was taken from Joran on May 31, 2005 and that statement was signed.


On June 10, 2005 two official Aruban representatives released statements to the media that one of the suspects admitted the "something bad happened" to Natalee Holloway, she was confirmed dead, the location of her body was known, and authorities/family were being led to the scene by the suspect who made the admission.


The June 18, 2005 Witness Statement of Paulus Van der Sloot is incomplete - at least one page is missing.


In October, 2005 Aruban authorities approached Dave Holloway and informed him that Koen Gottenbos could possibly be the key to solving the case. Nevertheless, Koen was never interrogated again in spite of the promises of Gerold Dompig. The assistant prosecutor, Amalin Flanegin, quit because she believed that Koen lied when he was interrogated in the initial stages of the investigation, and Dompig refused bring him in again. A meeting that took place between Koen's father and the investigators could possibly reveal an explanation.


Steve Croes was detained for ten days under suspicion of "murder and kidnapping as well as being an accessory to murder". Croes admitted he lied when he supported Joran, Deepak and Satish's fabricated declaration that Natalee was dropped off at the Holiday Inn.


Freddy was questioned as a witness in the initial stages of the investigation, after which Anita van der Sloot telephoned him to find out what he told police. Freddy was later detained when Deepak and Satish were arrested for a second time. Deepak and Satish implied in the leaked police vehicle recording that Freddy is aware of the truth regarding what happened to Natalee Holloway, and Jossy Mansur confirmed. Reportedly, Freddy was told by Joran that Natalee was missing on May 30, 2005 – prior to her family arriving on the island and making contact with the suspects.


Michael Dompig, son of Gerold Dompig, was detained regarding information he claimed to have that pertained to Geoffrey van Cromvoirt involvement with Natalee Holloway. Michael also made Dave Holloway aware of possible activity on the Gottenbos boat at the time Natalee disappeared.


Lorenzo van Rijn was questioned in the initial stages of the investigation in connection to the disappearance of Natalee Holloway. Why?


Guido Wever was questioned three time by Aruban authorities and twice by Dutch investigators in the initial stages of the Natalee Holloway investigation. At the end of May, 2006 he was detained for six days under suspicion of "murder, heavy battery and kidnapping".



It has been rumored since the initial stages of this investigation that Paulus Van der Sloot made two ATM withdrawals sometime between 3:00 AM and 4:00 AM on the morning that Natalee Holloway went missing. Were these records ever obtained by Aruban officials?


Karin Janssen claimed that communication and internet records were allowing a clear picture to emerge surrounding the activities of the morning that Natalee Holloway went missing, and she was centering her case around these records. These records clearly showed Joran in the vicinity of the high rise hotels when he made two calls to Deepak’s phone – thus refuting his claims of being home at the time of the second call. Were these records ever presented to a judge?


Was the fabric which appeared to match Natalee Holloway's blouse sent to Holland for forensic testing? Where is this fabric today?


In the area of his search Art Wood found a black belt which appears to be the same belt in Joran possession in an image on his website. A forensic report has never been revealed and the belt was never returned to Art Wood despite his requests.


In Deepak Kalpoe's official statement of June 9, 2005 he admitted when confronted by interrogators, that he did indeed write a note to his friend, John Charles Croes, in which he claimed that Natalee Holloway had initiated sexually activity with him. Where is this evidence of communication between John Charles Croes and Deepak Kalpoe?


(a) Excelsior Hotel

The security camera recordings of the Excelsior Casino would verify both Joran and Paulus movements as related to time as well as any interaction either of them may have had with Natalee Holloway on the evening of May 29, 2005.

(b) McDonald's Parking Lot

After leaving the Excelsior Casino on May 29, 2006 Joran states to Greta that his father picked him up at MacDonalds at 11:00 pm, and Paulus confirms this pick up. However, Beth and other witnesses present that first night claim Paulus originally stated that he pick up Joran at McDonald at 4:00 AM on the morning of May 30, 2005. Beth requested on June 5, 2006 that authorities check security cameras at the McDonald parking lot. Did Aruban authorities act on this information?

(c) Carlos 'N Charlies'

The security cameras at Carlos 'N Charlies would reveal time frame, Natalee's condition as well as Joran, Deepak, Satish and Natalee's actions and interactions throughout the 45 minute interval. If such cameras exist – did Aruban authorities view them to confirm or refute the suspects’ claims?

(d) Holiday Inn Entrance/Lobby

The security guards were detained although it had already been revealed by Beth Twitty that Natalee had not return via the entrance/lobby which would imply that a security guard could not have approached her. Was this footage kept from the judge of instruction who extended the detention of these innocent men?

(e) Racquet Ball Club

Joran claims in his official statement that he played tennis prior to going to the Wyndham Casino on the afternoon of May 30, 2005 while have a friend back up this alibi. Art Wood discovered that Joran never played tennis that afternoon. Was video footage available for authorities to have disputed this claim made by Joran?

(f) Wyndham Casino/Radisson Casino

Paulus Van der Sloot calls Joran from his cell and then announced to the Twitty group that Joran was gambling at the Wyndham, yet Joran claimed that he had just left the Radisson and was still in the parking lot when his father made that call. Was this video footage ever viewed by authorities who could then have questioned Paulus on why he chose to lead them and the victim’s family on a wild goose chase that night?


The bloody mattress that was located in the Grapefield Beach area was found on June 5, 2005 and determined the same day that the blood was not human. Why was the DNA determined so quickly, yet the fabric from Deepak Kalpoe's vehicle required forensic testing done in Holland to determine that the stains were not human?


The stained fabric from Deepak's vehicle was identified as human DNA by the Aruban Prime Minister, the prosecutor as well as the FBI prior to being sent away for testing. However, the findings of the forensic testing that was conducted in both Holland and the FBI laboratory in Quantico, Virginia revealed that the stains were cleaning fluid. How could human DNA tested in the field morph into cleaning fluid?


Early in the investigation Beth Twitty was informed by Aruban police investigators that blood was found inside one of Joran's tennis shoes that he had worn on the morning of May 30, 2005. Beth was assured by investigators that the blood would be forensically tested. However, the findings have not been revealed.


Early in the investigation a bone was found on the beach and then turned over to Aruban authorities. When the finder later inquired about it, she was informed that the only person on the island who could determine the DNA was on vacation. Eventually the ALE announced that the bone was not human, that it belonged to a donkey. Reports conflict whether the bone was sent to Holland for forensic testing.


A tourist found a bone with flesh to the north of the Fisherman's Hut that appeared to be human. It was turned it over to High Commissioner, Ronnie Bernadina. Reports conflict whether the bone was then sent to the Rijks Laboratorium in Holland for forensic testing. Nobody from the Aruban investigation into the disappearance of Natalee Holloway has responded to queries.



FBI obtained a declaration from a fisherman regarding a large fish trap and a knife that were stolen in a break-in at the Fisherman's Huts the morning that Natalee Holloway went missing. Chief Dompig claims no knife was in the ‘official’ report made to Aruban authorities. Why would Dompig claim an obvious falsehood?


At 2:30 AM on the morning of May 31, 2005 .... Alberto Groeneveld and Claudio Eldrige observed Deepak Kalpoe's vehicle inside the fence of the Van der Sloot property. These men told Natalee’s family that they climbed the fence and recording the tag (license) number. At this particular time Joran claim to be at the Radisson Casino - that he was gambling while Deepak waited. As of June 23, 2005, investigators had not take official witness statements from Alberto Groeneveld and Caudio Elridge. Have these witness statements ever been taken?


On the morning of May 30, 2005 Marriot Beach fishermen did not observed anyone near the Fisherman's Huts. However, at approximately 3:00 AM they did observe a jeep-type vehicle in the area close to the beach. Was this statement ever presented before a judge to refute Joran’s claims of having left Natalee at that beach?


In the area of the Holiday Inn on the morning of May 30, 2005 a hotel worker observed and reported three men placing a body in a white pickup truck. A short time later authorities were overheard on a police frequency issuing a bulletin to stop a rented white Toyota pickup. The hotel worker's report should be in the Natalee Holloway case file.


Shortly after 3:00 AM on the morning of May 31, 2005 Deepak Kalpoe was observed by a neighbor cleaning his vehicle. "Ants" were the reason given by Deepak. The neighbor retained an attorney. Is this witness statement in the case file?


TJ Ward, a private investigator hired by Natalee's family, found a witness who claimed to have observed Deepak Kalpoe's vehicle driving around the pond near the Racquet Club for a few days following the disappearance of Natalee Holloway. Was Deepak ever questioned about his activities?


The landfill witness, Junior, came forward to Aruban authorities on June 3, 2005 and claimed to have observed a body being placed in the landfill on June 1, 2005. He also recorded the licence (tag) number of the white pickup vehicle involved. ALE claims that the landfill was searched in the area specified to no avail. Two months later Junior approached Natalee's family with the same story. Are both of Junior's statements and the recorded tag number in the Natalee Holloway case file? Whose white pickup truck was this? Was it the same truck seen near the Holiday Inn?

This victim and her family have thus far been denied justice. They deserve a competent investigation, and a just prosecution.

We will not let up until this is achieved.

Natalee’s Freebirds

Aruba: Does Satire Exist?

Quote from Scared Monkeys: "...the lamb was Natalee. She became a goat. Why did she become a goat? Because she was hard headed, and refused to play their game.

Heavy Battery
Gang Rape

No van der sloot, no justice!

Aruba: "Heavy Battery"

"passed out?"

What do think about before you sleep, Paulus?

Tuesday, December 05, 2006

Kalpoes Released, Van der sloot and Guards Still Suspects

Aruba: Judge Smid ruled today that the Kalpoes can be released as suspects but held that Joran Van der sloot and the Security Guards should continue to remain suspects.

Asked why the security guards are still being held as suspects, Deputy Chief of Police Jan van stilj surmised, "because they're black, and blacks are always suspicious."

Judge Smid heard evidence that the security guards resisted attempts at framing them for the murder of Natalee Holloway. This is forbidden under Dutch Law.

"Clearly, Mickey John is part of a pattern of coverup and misdirection" stated the Judge. Smid also implored Karin Janssen to find evidence against the guards.

Judge Smid ruled that the Kalpoes did not know Natalee was dead when they were sexually assaulting her but than Joran did, since he drugged her.

The van der sloots attorney presented documents in court to say that they never heard of Natalee Holloway, never met her and that all of Joran's previous statements were made under duress and should be retracted.

Prosecutor Janssen was not present during the hearing, as she had a scheduled vacation and didn't want to lose her time which cannot be carried over to next year.

Friday, December 01, 2006

Aruba Movie Released Today in U.S.