Monday, July 30, 2007

Aruba: The Depravity of Paulus van der sloot

Premeditated Murder.

That was the charge which Karin Janssen arrested Paulus van der sloot on. The court in Aruba in one of it's last decisions, seemed to agree.

“With attention to the lying declarations that the son of Paulus, Joran Andreas Petrus van der Sloot (hereafter Joran) gave about his last contact on the 30th of May 2005 with the disappeared Natalee Holloway, the suspicion is not unreasonable that he made himself guilty of a conduct that can be qualified as murder, manslaughter, or kidnapping that resulted in death.
The possible involvement of Paulus with that could then be deducted from the file with the official reports of witnesses, amongst which two people suggested a contact existed between Paulus and Natalee Holloway the night of her disappearance, and a tapped report (that was given by the Prosecutor in her final note 1 to the Court). The tapped information and his declaration that he picked up Joran and Natalee by the McDonalds Palm Beach and brought them to the Holiday Inn, are clearly understood by the Dept. of Justice, and could in the judgement of this Superior Court, be considered as an indication of the involvement of Paulus in the disappearance of Natalee Holloway.”

That obviously doesn't match the "accidental" drug overdose theory. Just when does premeditated start?

When did Paulus decide to kill Natalee? This charge always seems to be overlooked when talking about what Aruba has or has not done in this case.

He, Paulus van der sloot, and only him, faced this charge. He also needed enough money to get Joe Tacopina to slather himself in slime to speak of his innocence.

Nobody else has. Not even the main suspects. Not the court, not the prosecutor, and not Paulus himself.

A crime was committed against Natalee. But the decision was close enough to the act to not carry the "premeditated" charge against the 3.

But Paulus must have had time to plan, to decide. He, after a crime was committed by his son and possibly himself, did he premeditate the solution: Kill Natalee and get rid of her completely.

He, Paulus van der sloot lied about having met Natalee.

The KLPD gave their opinion by searching his property. It's so obvious she was "premeditated" at the van der sloot residence after another crime had been committed, somewhere.

Premeditated. Paulus decided Natalee should die. What kind of savage thinks his own trouble or his son's trouble is more important than Natalee's life?

It's not as much that Paulus didn't want Natalee found as he didn't want the world to know about the van der sloots. Natalee's demise represents their sickness, her remains a testament to their hate and bitterness. Very Dutch, arrogant with a self loathing misogyny.

Paulus, who gave his son money to gamble, thinks his son's savage sexual desire is worth protecting, worth the slaughter of Natalee.

I believe he is of the mindset that it's some kind of battle not about his culpability but his ability to get away with it legally. After all, in his world, there are no morals and he thrives on keeping the guilty free. What do you think he's doing right now? Is it unreasonable to think he may actually work for Joe Tacopina someday? Birds of a feather.

The twisted logic of Aruba, where being a tattletale is worse than being a rapist and murderer.

The most important word in this crime is "premeditated." It means she could have lived, even after the first crimes. She didn't have to die.

Paulus van der sloot premeditated Natalee, right after his son premeditated her. It's right there, they've told us in so many ways.