All it takes is one person to state their opinion to create a beginning to something. Then again sometimes it may just be about one persons feelings on a matter. Such is the case of this American tourist who arrived Wednesday to Aruba on board the cruise ship “Volendam.” In peaceful, silent protest wearing a t-shirt that said “Give Natalee Justice” and “No Body does not equal No Crime”. She certainly made her point. This is the fear of many in Aruba and within the tourism industry. Any action like a protest or boycott against Aruba for perceptions or the actually handling of the Natalee Holloway case could easily start anywhere or from anything.
From Diaro, October 20, 2005: TURISTA DI CRUSERO A BAY MANIFESTA DILANTI CORTE
Cruise Ship tourist protests in front of Courthouse (Translation Hat Tip: Get a Grip) 10/20/2005
ORANJESTAD (AAN): An American tourist who arrived Wednesday to our island on board the cruise ship “Volendam” of the Holland America Line, came determined to hold a protest in front of the courthouse. Dressed in a t-shirt that says in the front: “Give Natalee Justice” and in the back “No Body does not equal No Crime”, the tourist expressed her opinion about Natalee’s case in silence. Read in our edition from today what motivated Mrs. Maggie to take this type of action