One can only imagine what it must be like to be Beth Holloway Twitty and have to deal with the roller coaster of emotion, the alleged here today gone tomorrow evidence of the case and the never ending task of having to keep the story alive in the news. It is a position that none of us will truly know and no one ever wants to experience. The stress and strain of the investigation in Aruba and the not knowing and lack of evidence obviously and understandably takes its toll on Beth from day to day. Its that frustration and phases of frustration that were discussed last night on Scarborough Country. As solid and upbeat as Beth has been like when she made the comment, “I’ve been saving it for you Deepak”. There also just have to be moments off camera that are difficult at best. (full transcript)
SCARBOROUGH: That’s remarkable. I want to ask you about yourself, personally. I heard in an interview last night with NBC’s Michelle Kosinski, that we played a tape on this show, you talking about how you go through phases. That this is a more difficult phase that you’re going through, you talked about certain realization that’s coming to you and started to tear up. Is that a phase that you’re still going through right now, or were you just tired when you had gave that interview? What’s your current state of mind right now?
TWITTY: Oh, Joe, every day is different. I neverÃ¢â‚¬”I reallyÃ¢â‚¬”I never know how I’m going to feel during the day. Sometimes I feel different from the morning than I do in the afternoon. I mean, I still wake up either mad, angry, sad, I mean, I never know. I never know, Joe.
SCARBOROUGH: What makes you more angry, that Joran’s sitting in jail, lawyered up with as many as nine lawyers and not talking, or the fact that the two Kalpoe brothers are walking the streets free on the same island where you sit tonight?
TWITTY: You know, Joe, there are probably two parts. You know, the one thing that frustrates and angers Jug and I the most is this being locked out of information, just being kept in the dark. You know, just bring us in we’re here on the island. You know, we were so industrial in the beginning in providing them with all the information that they just let fall apart before our eyes. You know, there again, you look at Deepak and Satish Kalpoe. I think it’s just absolutelyÃ¢â‚¬”oh, it’s just so disheartening to us to see them, you know, getting up and they’re at work every day, and they’re able to, you know, continue about their lives, and their jobs. And, you know, we’ve absolutely no information. The only thing we know is that Deepak and Satish KalpoeÃ¢â‚¬”Deepak was the driver of the vehicle that took Natalee from Carlos’s and Charlie’s, and, you know, it justÃ¢â‚¬”just saddens me and just makes me sick when I think of her climbing into the back seat of what she’s thinking is an Aruban cab with an Aruba cab driver. It’s just absolutely devastating.