Diario: Holloway case in “OPSPORING VERZOCHT” program in Holland

 

Diario; March 30, 2006: CASO HOLLOWAY DEN PROGRAMA “OPSPORING VERZOCHT” NA HULANDA

As previously stated, why would the Prosecutors office put out a press release regarding a show designed to gain tips and information ten months into an investigation? Also, after Dompig had stated that the investigation was in its “critical last phase.” With all the international media attention that has been given to the disappearance of Natalee Holloway, why wasn’t such a show done at the outset that would have reached out to the Dutch and Arubans?

Holloway case in “OPSPORING VERZOCHT” program in Holland

ORANJESTAD (AAN): Recently, the Public Prosecutor sent out a press release that says that the Public Prosecutor and the Police Forec will make use of a Dutch TV program, “Opsporing Verzocht”, to give momentum to the investigation into the disappearance of Miss Natalee Holloway. The program will be transmitted in Aruba and Holland on April 11, 2006.

HELP WITH USE OF A REENACTMENT

In the television program, help will be asked of viewers to try to take the investigation further along.

During the program, they will air a reenactment of the days before the disappearance and the night/early morning hours in which Miss Natalee Holloway disappeared.
(The rest of the translation at GetaGrip)

Posted March 31, 2006 by
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