Aruban Police Due in States; will talk to Holloway friends with FBI


According to reports from The Birmingham News, Aruban police are coming to the United States as early as Monday to question Mountain Brook teenagers who were on the trip to Aruba with Natalee Holloway.

Aruban police may be in Alabama as early as Monday to interview Mountain Brook High School graduates who were with Natalee Holloway when she disappeared in Aruba.

FBI spokesman Raymond Zicarelli said Saturday that Aruban officials told his office they plan to arrive this week.

“The Aruban authorities along with the FBI will be interviewing some of the individuals on the trip,” he said.

Zicarelli said he did not know how many students or chaperones would be contacted or where the interviews would take place. Although many of the students have left Mountain Brook to attend college, he believed some are still in the area.

One wonders just how many parents of Mountain Brook students will allow their children when Steve Cohen continues to make such derogatory comments like the following against the teens? As much as I believe it is important to have all questions answered and as much as a time line determined, one really wonders if the trust has all but been shattered and Mountain Brook’s reluctance to cooperate knowing that the ALE and prosecution did not bring in the three suspects as they implied they would during December.

“We also are able to finally talk to some of the Alabama teens who left on that plane and did not wait around for interrogation,” said Cohen.

(Full article – Birmingham News)

Posted January 22, 2006 by
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