Natalee Holloway Investigation: Underwater search with special camera

 

From Diario, October 21, 2005: Caso di Natalee BUSKEDA CU CAMERA SPECIAL BAO LAMAN

Could special underwater cameras shed new clues in the disappearance of Natalee Holloway. There has been a new invigorated effort put forth in searching the water. Also Texas Equusearch has stated that they will be bring down two forensics dive teams as well.

The following is the translated version from Diaro’s article: (Hat Tip: Get a Grip)

ORANJESTAD (AAN): It is almost 5 months since the Alabama student, Natalee Holloway, went missing in Aruba.

However, the investigation has not stopped. Although the 3 principal suspects were set free, the investigation continues.

A special team from DIARIO that is also conducting a separate investigation, is still active and is using all available avenues to locate Natalee.

This [search] took a new turn, Thursday morning, when this group went out with an underwater camera, which was sent here especially by an American company.

This special camera is attached at the back of a boat. The camera is similar to a miniature submarine, which has special accessories to maintain a correct balance under the water.

the rest of the translation



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  • Comments

    6 Responses to “Natalee Holloway Investigation: Underwater search with special camera”

    1. JEWEL on October 22nd, 2005 6:42 pm

      I’m afraid no one really believes that anything new will be found. I periodically check the interent just to see how ridiculous beth twitty can be with her accusations.

    2. Marci on October 22nd, 2005 11:36 pm

      I am wondering about how “THE VIDEOS” could be tied to the search that is going on now near the fisherman’s huts. If it was Natalee that was found June 11, near the lighthouse, did the police put her in the cage and take her out to the ocean? I just can’t believe the boys had the intelligence to do that. It’s interesting how the Aruban officials only allow searches in areas that they select.

    3. Scared Monkeys » Blog Archive » Focus Shifts back to Fisherman’s Huts and missing items in Natalee Holloway Investigation. (fish trap cage) on October 23rd, 2005 12:13 am

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    4. SCOTT on October 23rd, 2005 9:59 pm

      JEWEL,
      TAKE THE BLINDERS OFF, YOU MUST BE IN LOVE WITH JORAN, BECAUSE IF YOU THINK THAT JORAN DIDN’T HAVE ANYHTING TO DO WITH NATALIE DISAPPEARANCE, THEN YOU MUST BE DRINKING THE SAME KOOLAID THAT REST OF THE JORAN’S FOLLOWERS ARE DRINKING.

    5. 10061909 on October 24th, 2005 12:18 pm

      It would seem that some are convinced that the forensic diving team will be diving and searching in the ocean and waters around Aruba. These personnel are also trained to dive in more confined areas. Areas such as ponds, lakes rivers and confined areas such as flooded mine shafts.
      We hope they are more successful this time in their search for Natalee. There are plenty of deserted flooded mine shafts in Aruba. Especially at the Balashi Gold Mine Ruins.

    6. Scared Monkeys » Blog Archive » Forensic Divers and Texas Equusearch Continue Searches for Natalee Holloway on October 27th, 2005 5:50 pm

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      From Rita Cosby, ‘Live and Direct’, October 26, 2005 As posted last week regarding Tim Miller of Equusearch, forensic dive teams were coming back to Aruba in se [...]

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