Warning Letter Sent to Beth Holloway Twitty and Beth’s Response


From Todays Diario Newspaper comes the following translated article:

Warning Letter Was Sent To The Mother of Natalee (Diario page 2 August 11 2005) Authorities will give Beth Twitty an opportuinty….

Oranjestad (AAN): As is known, Deepak Kalpoe with his lawyer entered a complaint against the mother of Natalee Holloway, Beth Twitty, dealing with the visit that she did at the work place of Deepak last Monday.

According to the mother of Natalee it was by pure coincidence that she was there, and the reason why she entered the internet cafà © was that she noticed that the flyer dealing with the disappearance of her daughter was not there anymore. She said that when she entered, she saw Deepak working in there.

What captured our attention the most was that on the American channel one could see that there was a hidden camera that was taping in an illegal way. The same as last time when Beth Twitty went to Montaà ±a to hand out flyers and she said that she came upon the house of Paulus van der Sloot.

In a conversation that we had with the authorities where the complaint was entered, they explained to us that what she did was punishable [by law] since she allegedly threatened Deepak and told him to stay pending to see what was going to happen to him.
What is odd that in the video that the American channel showed, the voice did not go in the air, they put the image, but without voice, and that’s why one cannot hear what she said to the Kalpoe sibling.

Authorities said that they can understand the pain of the mother and that they will not act immediately against her. The lawyer will be allowed to sent a letter to her and if this does not help, then, they will act according to the prescribed law.

Not to be outdone or laying back and taking this frivolous action by Deepak, Beth Holloway Twitty fires back as she has done the entire time in her efforts to find her missing daughter. From todays Diario comes also the following translated article:

Lawyers of Beth Twitty Will Enter Complaint Against Deepak, Depending on What Deepak Declared to Police. (page 4, Diario, 11 august 2005)

Oranjestad (AAN): From the lawyers of Beth Twitty, DIARIO understood that after Deepak entered his complaint against Beth Twitty to the police, because he supposedly the lady intimidated and threatened him at his workplace, the lawyers of the mother of Natalee want to sit with [a] prosecutor, to see what exactly was declared by Deepak in this case, seeing as according to Beth, in no way did the threatened or intimidated the young man.

According to the lawyers, if the case is so that Deepak is once again telling lies, just like he did in the beginning of this case, Beth Holloway will enter a complaint against him for this, seeing that here we are dealing with a false complaint, which is punishable by law.

In tomorrow’s edition DIARIO will give more information on this, if there are new developments.

Posted August 11, 2005 by
Natalee Holloway | one comment

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    One Response to “Warning Letter Sent to Beth Holloway Twitty and Beth’s Response”

    1. Hyscience on August 11th, 2005 5:05 pm

      Evening Natalee Holloway Updates With HarryTho Commentary (with ongoing evening updates)

      Despite the legal technical-correctness unfolding, Beth Twitty was aired on a number of cable news networks admitting to receiving information from an NBC news team that Deepak was at the Internet Cafe.

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