Tonight on Scarborough Country there will be two “exclusive interviews”. The first will be MARTIN SAVIDGE, NBC CORRESPONDENT at 10.00pm continuing his interviewing Caren Janssen the newly appointed spokes person and lead prosecutor from Aruba.
See the video of Martin Savidge with Caren Janssen courtesy of Blogs For Natalee
The second will be Joe Scarborough at 10:15 pm doing an interview with Marcia Twitty regarding the newly started, LETTER WRITING CAMPAIGN FOR NATALEE HOLLOWAY, “NOTES FOR NATALEE”.
See the video of Marcia Twitty discussing the letter writing campaign courtesy of Blogs fro Natalee.
This is a letter writing campaign started by family friend Sunny Tillman in hopes of creating and maintaining pressure for authorities to do everything possible to find Natalee Holloway. Everything starts at the grass roots and she is asking that we all take a little time out of our day and make a difference.
The letter from Sunny requests the following:
Please send a hand written note to the Ambassador at the Royal Netherlands Embassy in Washington, DC asking for the continued support from Holland in the search for Natalee Holloway. This campaign is intended to reflect the class, and dignity displayed by Natalee’s mother Beth over the past few weeks, and we ask that the content s of your letters do this as well. The goal of this campaign is to illustrate in numbers of mailed letters the number of American who care about Natalee and her family. We would ask out Scared Monkey readers to take a moment out of their day.
Suggested text …
Dear Mr. Ambassador
America wants to encourage you to do all you can to help find Natalee Holloway by supporting the use of state of the art technology in the investigation, and continuing to lend other technical support to the effort. We all thank you very much for your help and for your concern.
Mr. Boudewijn Johannes Van Eenennaam
Dutch Ambassador to the United States
The Royal Netherlands Embassy
4200 Linnean Ave, NW
Washington, DC 20008
(On the front of the envelop put, “PLEASE FIND NATALEE”
Family of Natalee Holloway starts letter writing campaign
By JAY REEVES AP:
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — Trying to keep up the pressure to find an Alabama teenager missing in Aruba, relatives of Natalee Holloway began a letter-writing campaign Wednesday seeking more Dutch assistance in the search. Family friend Sunny Tillman said Holloway’s relatives are “very appreciative” of the aid already provided by the government of Holland and hope the country will continue assisting in Aruba, a Dutch protectorate. Tillman and others are distributing e-mails asking people to pen short notes and mail them to the Dutch ambassador in Washington. The suggested text reads: “America wants to encourage you to do all you can to help find Natalee Holloway by supporting the use of state of the art technology in the investigation, and continuing to lend other technical support to the effort. We all thank you very much for your help and your concern.” Tillman said supporters hoped the campaign would spread nationally. “We’re asking people to show they care by taking a minute and writing a note,” she said. Dozens of Dutch Marines have assisted in searches for Holloway, and a government spokesman said the troops were prepared to provide additional assistance.
Holloway, from the Birmingham suburb of Mountain Brook, has been missing since May 30, when she failed to show up for the flight home to Alabama after a graduation trip to Aruba. A Dutch teenager and two Surinamese brothers are being held in Holloway’s disappearance, but numerous searches of the small, Caribbean island have failed to turn up clues on her whereabouts. Holloway, 18, is an honors student scheduled to attend the University of Alabama this fall.