From Diario, December 20, 2005; segun abogado Schipper y Comisario Richardson pa loke ta caso Natalee Holloway CONGRESISTA MERICANO SPENCER BACHUS, TA DISPUESTO PA YUDA ARUBA
According to attorney Schipper and Commissioner Richardson in regards to the case of Natalee Holloway
American Congressman Spencer Bachus is willing to help Aruba
ORANJESTAD(AAN): As it is known, a delegation from Aruba traveled to Washington to meet with American member of Congress Spencer Bachus and two prosecutors from Alabama to explain to the American Congress, how the investigation of the case of Natalee Holloway has gone so far and what the intention is for the continuation of the investigation in order to arrive at a solution to this case.
Commissioner Dolfi Richardson, who said that the trip was very fruitful, where on behalf of Aruba, he and attorney Schipper succeeded in raising various important points.
According to Richardson, the American member of Congress said that if Aruba needs any help with this investigation, he can request and get it.
DIARIO also conversed with attorney Arlene Schipper, who said that when they arrived in America at around 8 pm Thursday, they met with the consultants they are working with, to prepare for the meeting with Congress, this meeting ending at around 2 am.
So if Congressman Bachus offers the help of the FBI in solving this case does that mean that Aruba will finally consent to make an exception and bring this to a conclusion? All this meeting truly served was to show what politicians and Aruban spokespeople are all about. There is a reason why grass roots movements occur in the US. Generally it happens because of no faith in politicians and a want for organizations to get results and actually accomplish something.