Friday, December 07, 2007

Aruba Defense: Smearing Natalee Holloway

Saturday, June 11, 2005

Oranjestad, Aruba (CNN) - One of three young suspects arrested Thursday in the investigation into the disappearance of an Alabama teenager has confessed to her murder, a senior police official said late Friday.

The suspect has agreed to lead police to the body of 18 year old Natalee Holloway, the police official said.

"This was a murder, I've seen the evidence and you haven't" Jan van der straaten Chief of Police

"The 3 are guilty as hell" Gerold Dompig Chief of Police

And they blame Beth...

"I dropped her at the Holiday Inn" Joran van der sloot
"I dropped her at the Beach" Joran van der sloot
"I have more to tell, but I'm not ready to do that yet" Joran van der sloot
"Deepak picked me up" Joran van der sloot
"I walked home" Joran van der sloot
"Deepak came back with dogs and raped and killed Natalee" Joran van der sloot

And they blame Beth...

" I have more to tell, but it would cause problems for others." Paulus van der sloot

Both Prosecutors claim Natalee was murdered.

They blame Beth...

There is no evidence of Natalee's existence after leaving with the 3 suspects, so how can these statements be trusted.

But the prosecutor has forensic evidence that places Natalee at the van der sloot home and 4 miles out to sea.

Not good enough for the judges.

Joran and his father continue to spin tales. Expect another story. It's coming.

Premeditated Paulus van der sloot killed Natalee, no doubt about it.

Superior Court
January, 2007

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 taped report (that was given by the Prosecutor in her final note 1 to the Court). The taped 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.”