But our correspondent from Aruba thinks that it is not true. The newstory is that the brothers dropped of Johan at home and then left with Natalee. Or Natalee and Johan were dropped off by the brothers.
Aruba Girl sent us a note that says.
It would be stupid to drop J first off at his home and then go back to drop off Natalee if you’re coming from the lighthouse.
Local and international press went to a search site with NH’s family, no news on the results. They don’t want to give up the location of the site in order to avoid a crowd forming there.
ORANJESTAD, Aruba — Cracks have emerged in the stories of three young suspects in the case of an American teen who went missing in Aruba two weeks ago, FOX News has learned.
The three young men have reportedly changed their stories since being moved to separate jail cells, Chris Lejuez, the lawyer for one of two security guards who were taken into custody June 5, told FOX News.
One of the trio detained since June 9, the Dutch son of a judicial official, is now saying that his two Surinamese friends — who are brothers — dropped him off at his house after he exchanged e-mail addresses with Natalee Holloway (search) and said goodnight, Lejuez said.
The brothers have also changed their story, now saying they left their friend with Holloway at the beach that night, FOX has learned.
The Dutch teenager, 17-year-old Joran Van Der Sloot (search), and the Surinamese brothers, 18-year-old Satish Kalpoe (search) and 21-year-old Deepak Kalpoe (search), originally told police they brought Holloway to a lighthouse beside the island’s Arisha Beach, but didn’t get out of the car.
The Kalpoe brothers also told police that Holloway and Van Der Sloot were kissing passionately in the back seat of the car. They said they dropped her off at her hotel about 2 a.m. and last saw her being approached by a man in a security guard uniform before they drove off, a lawyer for the brothers has said.
This whole thing is starting to hit the level of a bad soap opera. General Hospital goes to Aruba.