On last nights Larry King Live Paul Reynolds did his best to dispel nonsensical rumors that attempt to become news and kept the focus on the suspects at hand. It is all too easy for the media and many to try and come up with the rumor de jour; however, Paul kept on point and restated the one fact that we all know to be true. Natalee Holloway was last seen getting into a car with Joran Van der Sloot and the Kalpoe brothers. His premise is they know something as Paul said, “But we know those are the three individuals that know what happened.”
PIXLEY: Let me ask Paul about that, then. Paul Reynolds, Natalee’s uncle, Beth Holloway Twitty’s brother. Paul, before we leave this question, as outrageous as this new report may seem, do you, knowing your niece the way you do, knowing, of course, that she did go off with a stranger in Joran Van Der Sloot — that obviously has been confirmed. Do you put any stock in the idea that she may have been lured away by someone who is really not on the radar right now, someone like this talent agent?
PAUL REYNOLDS, UNCLE OF NATALEE HOLLOWAY: Absolutely not. You know, that just wouldn’t happen. It’s almost a ridiculous story. You know, we know that Natalee did go with Joran Van Der Sloot and the Kalpoe brothers. Her friends said that she thought it was a taxi. They were lined up there at Carlos and Charlie’s, so she very well may have been tricked into getting in the car. But we know those are the three individuals that know what happened. We believe the father also knows because according to the boys’ statements, the father was helping them create an alibi. They’re all involved, they all know what happened. We don’t know where she is, but that’s why we keep looking.
PIXLEY: And Paul, you’re also searching, obviously, and have been searching with large groups at the local landfill. Tell me how that’s going and tell me what assistance you’ve received from the Aruban authorities. Are you satisfied with the assistance that you’re getting from them? REYNOLDS: Well, Equusearch was doing the first landfill search. They spent at least a solid weekend there, a little more than that. A tough job, you know, trying to get some equipment in there. Extreme hardship under the conditions of the landfill. And, you know, but they were dedicated. They’re in there looking hard with the dogs in there and trying to find something. This is based on a witness report.
PIXLEY: Thanks, Paul.