EquuSearch Asks Van der Sloot for Help


Today EquuSearch, Tim Miller and Kevin O’Brien from Sante Fe, Tx, went to Paul Van der Sloot’s home to ask him for his help to clear up rumors of all possible search sites.
They went to Paul Vander Sloots from gate and yelled Paul’s name so that he would come to the entrance. Paul Van der Sloot walked to the gate to confront Tim & Kevin.

The following account is taken from Kevin O’ Brien directly:

Keven identified Tim Miller and himself as volunteers of the a non-profit, non-partisan group, EquuSearch. Kevin asked him if he was willing to search the property so that we can eliminate this as a site and eliminate rumors. Keven asked him if he could enter the property and search it. Paul Van der Sloot’s response was and adamant NO!

Keven then said, thank you very much and have a good day.

Kevin, Tim and EquuSearch had the team ready to use the ground penetrating radar devices, 2 search & rescue dogs and the Methane gas detector probes. The purpose of this mission was not to alarm Mr. Van der Sloot, but simply to clear one of the many sites still in question.

EquuSearch would like to thank GPR-SLICE Imaging Company for providing the GPR(ground penetrating radar) imaging expertise and software, GSSI for making available the GPR equipment, and Underground Imaging Solutions and Earth Measurement Corp out of Houston, TX for providing the GPR expertise, and Heath Consultants for providing the Methane Detector Probes.

Look for Tim Miller on Gerald Rivera’s show later tonight at 10pm.

Posted July 30, 2005 by
Natalee Holloway | no comments

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