Drug Bust in Venezuela … Cocaine and XTC Was Bound for Aruba & Curacao




(Bon Dia)

According to sources …

It took place in the state of Falcon in Venezuela, but the drugs were destined for Aruba or Curacao, according to police sources there. Probably Aruba. The National Guard in combination with the state police made the bust. According to the Venezuelan paper La Mañana, the bust was for about 2 tons of cocaine.

40 kilos of X and approximately 2 tons of cocaine destine for the shores of Aruba and Curacao.

Posted January 29, 2007 by
Aruba, Crime | 56 comments

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    56 Responses to “Drug Bust in Venezuela … Cocaine and XTC Was Bound for Aruba & Curacao”

    1. Juan on January 29th, 2007 2:55 pm


    2. Big Lou on January 29th, 2007 3:17 pm

      Sad news is the FINAL destination is the USA.

    3. Maggie on January 29th, 2007 4:37 pm

      Just messed up the predators spring break big time.

    4. joe bear on January 29th, 2007 4:44 pm

      I am not at all suprised.

    5. windy city on January 29th, 2007 5:08 pm

      Hugo’s gonna be very angry! Watch for a tax increase in Venezuela.

    6. Achilles on January 29th, 2007 5:53 pm

      Nice catch!

    7. Patti on January 29th, 2007 5:56 pm

      Bingo, Bango, Bongo!

      Way to go guys!

      You watch, their gonna nail ‘em BIG time

      Two tons? … there’s more where that came from


    8. ayfit on January 29th, 2007 6:02 pm

      Where does the dope go now?Betcha it’s not distroyed.
      Go to hell ARUBA!!!!!!!!!!!

    9. Patti on January 29th, 2007 6:24 pm

      You think Hugo is going to be angry? What about our drug dealing wizards in Aruba? This is the biggest bust in years and from the sounds of it, Holland seems to be in the mix. Wouldn’t it be nice to see Aruba fall, like a ton of bricks… all they’re wheelin’ and dealin’ exposed!

      Funny, it was just the other day that we were talking about Chavez looking for shipping channels, hoping that other islands in the Carribean would accept his shipments. Aren’t we glad they didn’t and he had to rely on his good ol’ boy network in Aruba!

      Hate to say I told you so, but I told you so!

      Chavez is good buddies with the mighty ones in Aruba and its’ been that way for years and here’s the proof! Two tons of cocaine and 40 kilos of X is much too much to be ignored.

      Mr. Oduber:

      My, My, My! Look what we got here! No wonder you wanted the F.B.I. off your island. No wonder you wanted the press to go home. No wonder you wanted Beth Holloway to stop her crying and get off your island.

      I knew all along, you wanted to get back to business as usual, but in my wildest dreams, I never imagined that you were this big of an operator…

      You still look like a putz to me!

      By the way, where are all those weapons? Buried in the sand? That’s where I think they are, but, we’ll see.

      Boycott Aruba!

    10. ayfit on January 29th, 2007 6:46 pm

      Aruba-One not so happy island.Could one now say Aruba blows?

    11. Carpe Noctem on January 29th, 2007 7:15 pm

      DEEPAK ALE 6/13/2005 STATEMENT

      Here is a weird statement that Deepak made
      that passed me by the first few reads.

      DIRTPACK says:

      On that Monday in question (5/30/2005) , I woke up around 13.30 hours.
      When I got out of my room, I saw that Satish had also come out of his room. Our mother came up to us and was angry and talked to us about the fact that we went out and that Satish now hadn’t gone to school. I walked through the living room and had turned on the television. My brother joined me there and we watched the television. At some point I got up and went to my mother and asked her if the school of Satish had indeed called about him. After this I went back to my room and switched on the computer.

      I immediately went on “msn” and started chatting with my boss and my co-worker. It is a habit of mine that I switch on my computer and go to “msn” *WHEN I GET HOME.*


      –He didn’t get home. He just woke up.
      Weird thing to say, if you in fact really
      did just wake up…

    12. Patti on January 29th, 2007 7:27 pm


      If you happen along, could you please translate the
      above article? I’m interested in what is has to say
      about Holland and Amsterdam…


    13. Rob on January 29th, 2007 8:35 pm

      notice Deepak says he was talking to his boss and co-worker.. that has to be Angelina Reppas, where is her Proces-Verbaal? Why would he need to speak to her so soon in the morning?

      also- when he says he turns on the TV… must be because he wants to see if the ALE and others are now looking for Natalee? hes worried that its on the news already. AND ITS ONLY THE NEXT MORNING!

      if anyone needed Aruba Singles and Angelina, it was Deepak and Satish. Sorta like dating for dummies.

    14. dennisintn on January 29th, 2007 8:46 pm

      l3.30 hours is one o’clock in the afternoon. satish says the first thing he did when he got up was ask how “the girl is”.

    15. dennisintn on January 29th, 2007 8:48 pm

      #l4, l:30 in the afternoon. sorry bout that.

    16. Reaver on January 29th, 2007 9:13 pm

      1. http://www.lamanyana.es/ is NOT a Venezuelan paper but a Spanish (as in Spain) one.
      2. The above article (Bon Dia), is about an XTC “lab” bust in Utrecht, The Netherlands. (na Hulanda = in Holland)
      A local paper of Coro, estado Falcon, La Mañana, has no website.

    17. Bodo on January 29th, 2007 10:33 pm

      Chavez suspended cooperation with the DEA almost two years ago and expelled our Drug Enforcement Agents, accusing them of spying on his government and secretly supporting drug traffickers in Venezuela. Seems, if the report is true, at least as far as appearances are concerned, he is making good on promises to the international community to continue to disrupt drug trafficking from Venezuela without assistance from the DEA.

    18. Richard on January 29th, 2007 10:58 pm

      Who is more of an “enemy” to us, Venezuela or Aruba?

      At least the Venezuelans found this ring of drug activity and dismantled it. Some may say that they turn their backs when the right people have drugs … i.e., people of the president’s party or whoever … but I’m sure that the same is true on Aruba. Of that, I have no doubt.

      Hmmm … gee whiz, remember when Dompig was telling us about that great radar system that detected all boats going to and from Aruba? Wonder why that news didn’t seem to deter the traffickers….

      I’ve said all along that the traffickers have bought and sold certain elements of the Aruban government, including, perhaps, a certain judge in training. Maybe this news will help convince some of our politicians that Aruba is no more of a friend than North Korea … the only thing it does is grovel for our tourist money.

      I say it’s about time they stopped getting it.

      Oh, yes … I know we don’t want to hear it … but there’s tons of evidence connecting drug trafficking and human trafficking. Those Venezuelan boats probably weren’t going to leave Aruba empty ….

    19. Richard on January 29th, 2007 11:00 pm

      By the way, there are loads and loads of stories in my files about how the Dutch “anti-drug” forces have been busted time and time again bringing shipments of cocaine back home. This from the people supposedly fighting the drug runners.

      How clean do you think the Aruban government is?

      Yep, that’s what I think too ….

    20. nychic on January 29th, 2007 11:19 pm


      What Happened to Angie – DickPaks Former Boss ?

      Did Kalpukes Step-Dad Keep Her On The Payroll
      When He Took Over As Owner of The Internet Cafe ?

      Wasn’t there a CoolAruba pic of Angie w/ Satish ?
      She Looked A Little Old For Him -

    21. Carpe Noctem on January 29th, 2007 11:24 pm

      Here is your drugging moment-

      Did he mix it in to his own drink?

      Deepak tells us in other statements
      that Joran gets 2 Caribbean Fothermuckers. 1 for an
      unidentified person (boy) Joran was speaking with &
      Joran had one.

      So far, Deepak’s statement is the only one that I
      found that talked about drinks other than the Whiskey
      Cokes and the shots.

      Joran doesn’t mention a CMF.



      Joran later then buys three Yard Whiskey Cokes (one for J,D,S) $12 us a piece.

      Joran’s cup is the red cup.

      Satish and Deepak’s cups are not red.
      Joran does not remember what color cups
      they receive.

      Natalee said to me that she needed a “chaser” in order to drink the Bacardi.

      Natalee drank my whiskey coke as a “chaser.”

      and then she drank the Bacardi 151 in two goes.

      I payed for the two shots of Bacardi 151. I do not know where Deepak stood at that moment but according to me Satish was still standing beside me. I did not ask for another kind of alcoholic beverage because I always drink Bacardi 151. Bacardi

      151 is 151 proof and that means that it is 75.5% alcohol. I payed U.S. $ 20,- for the two shots of Bacardi 151.

      After that Natalee, Satish and myself walked outside because Carlos & Charlies was almost empty. Outside I met an American tourist and he asked me if he could get my cup for free. I threw out the little cola that was still left in the cup and then

      I gave it to the tourist.


      BOY, did he ever give it to a tourist. -J4N

    22. Carpe Noctem on January 30th, 2007 12:23 am

      #13 Hey Rob…

      Oh, I agree with that totally! He’s displaying ‘glance
      in the rear-view mirror’ behavior.


      It is that wormy, half-eaten rotten apple core for a brain that he’s got. What little conscience remains in it,
      he’s getting nagged by it.

      He turns on the TV, he comes up with a lame
      excuse to ask his ma if they have had phone calls.

      Satish asks: How is the girl?

      Dirtpack jumps on the computer talking to AR. He’s
      sticking out his antenna trying to pick up what

      He admits in another report that as early
      as the first day, he’s generating IM, EMAIL,
      and phone traffic
      to “help” (as he calls it) the
      investigation process,
      so the Polis know he’s
      not guilty.


      What this S. Ball calls “help” …
      Most people call OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE.

      How did he know she was missing so quickly? Why did he lie?
      Why is he even thinking of Polis at this moment? He has
      no excuse that’s good enough for this.

      Investigation? What investigation, there isn’t one yet.

      He’s worried that cops are tapping in to his ‘puter
      and cellphone. Again, as far as anyone else knows…
      except for the ones that did it… Natalee is not
      missing. Hey Dirtpack, give us an effin break,
      you’re an idiot.


      One more thing – I don’t think people should automatically assume Deepak was on the computer as early as 2am on 5-30-2005.

      It could have been anyone
      in the household with access…
      mom / sister


      …Nadira blew a Titanic sized hole in their timeline by saying 3a – 4a is when they actually arrived home.
      See more at DR. PHIL!

      -Justice for Dr. Phil

    23. dennisintn on January 30th, 2007 12:57 am

      carpe, don’t forget that jvds reminded greta that just because deepak’s computer was being used at a certain time didn’t mean that deepak was at the keyboard. of course, he was trying to throw suspicion on deepak at that time, and he didn’t bother telling her that the same rationale would cover the use of his computer also.

    24. nychic on January 30th, 2007 2:26 am

      Looks like Weight Watchers Cannot Find Anywhere Cheaper Than Aruba To Promote A Free Trip :


      I Have Emailed Them – I Hope You Will Too !

    25. Bodo on January 30th, 2007 3:28 am

      Comment by Reaver: “The above article (Bon Dia), is about an XTC “lab” bust in Utrecht, The Netherlands. (na Hulanda = in Holland)”

      You are right Reaver. Found the news story from the Netherlands (in Dutch):


    26. Richard on January 30th, 2007 6:40 am

      I agree absolutely about the computers. The same point, I think, is also valid about the mobile phone calls by the three scum to each other that have been reported.

      It may sound crazy to say that, but it’s as true about mobile phones as it is about computers, right?

      If this is true, what does it imply?

      a. The involvement of a fair number of other people.
      b. A scheme was in motion that was totally pre-arranged.

      All this just for taking some girl out for a drive? Nope.

      Maybe taking some girl to Venezuela, against her will ….

    27. JusticeforNatalee on January 30th, 2007 6:55 am

      Deepak and Joran,

      How was “the girl” named NATALEE
      and WHY was Satish asking?

      Why did Satish think that Natalee was in
      distress or worse?

    28. JusticeforNatalee on January 30th, 2007 6:57 am

      P.S. Deepak and Joran,

      Why no 911 calls?

      Never mind, we already know.

      You had to hide your misdeeds.

    29. Richard on January 30th, 2007 6:58 am

      I thought this article would be interesting in relation to the theme of this thread. It shows the power that these drug traffickers have in the region … whole neighborhoods are thriving on the cocaine trade. The assets they have overwhelm those of local governments.

      But they wouldn’t take a girl captive. They’re too nice.

      Maybe someday our government will put aside diplomatic niceties and realize the monster that is raging in the Caribbean. Emphasis in articles supplied by me.



      Cocaine is king on Nicaragua’s Caribbean coast By Bernd Debusmann, Special Correspondent
      Mon Jan 29, 8:06 PM ET

      BLUEFIELDS, Nicaragua (Reuters) – From the drug runners’ point of view, the working environment along Nicaragua’s Caribbean coast is as good as it gets.

      Deep poverty, high unemployment and widespread resentment over decades of government neglect has made it easy for cocaine traffickers to set up support networks in the towns along the Miskito coast and the islands off it. The area is so remote and so different from the rest of Nicaragua, it could be another country.

      Named after a 17th century Dutch pirate, Bluefields is the largest town in the area. The coast is populated largely by Miskito Indians and descendants of African slaves. English and Miskito are the dominant languages, corrugated iron and wood the dominant building materials.

      To hear authorities tell it, many of the locals work for cocaine trafficking organizations as lookouts, intelligence agents, and suppliers of gasoline for speedboats refueling on the run from Colombia’s northern coast to Mexico — the penultimate stop on the long cocaine trail to the United States.

      “On the islands, ENTIRE COMMUNITIES provide logistics support for the narcos,” said Captain Manuel Mora, chief of Nicaragua’s Atlantic Naval Command. “Everybody is involved, one way or the other. Everybody.”

      That gives an edge to the traffickers, according to authorities, and so does the fact that the smugglers are better equipped than those trying to intercept them. “They have night vision equipment,” said Mora. “We don’t. They have satellite communications. We don’t. They have vast resources. We don’t.”

      The Atlantic Naval Command has four patrol boats, all bought second-hand, more than 30 years old and in need of refurbishment. For three of the vessels, bought from Israel, spare parts are virtually impossible to get. The United States is providing funds to replace their engines with American-made motors.

      In the past four years, Mora said, his force had seized 11 tons of cocaine and 40 northbound speedboats. There are no estimates of how many managed to complete the trip but as a rule of thumb, narcotics experts say that for every vessel intercepted, at least four get through.


      According to the U.S. government’s latest International Narcotics Control Strategy Report, most of the cocaine that ends up in the United States is shipped by speedboats, each capable of carrying 1.5 to 2 tons of cocaine, through the WESTERN CARIBBEAN, a route described as a “natural conduit for illicit drug trafficking organizations.”

      The report estimated that several hundred “go-fast vessels” leave the northern Colombian coast each year and added: “A go-fast boat is by far the hardest target to find and collectively they represent our greatest maritime threat.”

      The smugglers’ craft of choice is a fiberglass vessel powered by three 250 horsepower motors for a top speed of 70 miles per hour (110 km/h) — faster than the obsolescent patrol boats of Nicaragua’s Atlantic Command.

      What the U.S. sees as a threat, many of the impoverished inhabitants of the area see as an opportunity. Apart from steady incomes for those providing logistics support, many harbor hopes of winning the cocaine equivalent of the lottery — finding 25-kilogram (55-pound) waterproof parcels of cocaine floating in the sea after being dumped by smugglers pursued by the navy or spilled in accidents.

      One parcel would be worth around $75,000 here, a huge sum in the poorest region of the second-poorest country in the Western Hemisphere (after Haiti). Half of Nicaragua’s 5.5 million people live on less than a dollar a day.

      Rags-to-riches tales involving seaborne cocaine have become part of the local lore on the coast, and the islet of Sandy Bay is spoken of frequently. A Miskito-speaking community of a few hundred people, it has changed from wooden shacks and transistor radios to solid homes built of stone and sprouting satellite dishes.

      “Somebody who fishes out a cocaine parcel would see it as a blessing from God, not a reason to alert the authorities,” said Capt. Jose Echeverria, head of the port authority in Bluefields. “Take poverty and joblessness, add easy money and you get a bad mix.”

      The mix gets even worse, Bluefielders say, when cocaine replaces cash as payment for services rendered, a trend that has accelerated over the past few years. As a result, drug addiction has become a growing problem in Nicaragua, particularly on the Atlantic Coast.

      Crack is sold openly in several neighborhoods of Bluefields, where groups of young men waiting for customers stand in front of ramshackle houses. Prices have gone up, the local people say, because of a series of offshore cocaine busts last year. But at around $1.50 a “rock,” it still finds clients. There are at least 65 known crack houses in the town.

      “It’s a sad thing to say,” remarked Luis, a retired fishing boat captain who did not want his last name used. “But it is hard to find a Bluefields family which has not been affected by drugs.” That includes his own family. “I have 11 children and one of my sons has gone to work for the narcos. I told him that was a bad idea. He didn’t listen.”

    30. Melissa on January 30th, 2007 8:23 am

      I think it is incredible that New York Times writer Michelle Higgins recommends Aruba as a desirable FAMILY vacation destination (New York Times, Sunday, January 28, 2007 – Travel Section.) I know the Times is a liberal newspaper, but this recommendation is really pushing it!

    31. vicki on January 30th, 2007 8:31 am

      I think Satish said it all….HOW IS THE GIRL? How sick. Satish, YOU ARE THE WEAKEST LINK. They will never let these two rejects leave SATANS Island. If they do they will hold good old lying NAdira and daughter as hostage for doing the job they were told to do when they come to CAli. Things are rolling right along….Justice is comig soon. CANT WAIT.

    32. Miss-Underestimated on January 30th, 2007 8:32 am

      Where does a guy who doesn’t work get all this money for drinking these expensive drinks?

      Rolling tourists or funding from other old men with alot of money?

    33. JusticeforNatalee on January 30th, 2007 9:18 am


      Ahhh, yes. When I plan a family vacation, I always want to include a
      drug-infested island replete with corruption.

      For all monkeys who want to tell the editor in chief why Michelle Higgins
      is way off base:


      Just a quick e-mail will do the trick.

    34. JusticeforNatalee on January 30th, 2007 9:29 am

      If you don’t have mail set-up, copy and paste the NY Times address into your own yahoo or aol account.

    35. Rob on January 30th, 2007 9:38 am

      Hey Melissa- Check this : http://tinyurl.com/2jg6v6

      Click the letter ‘D’ and look at the name Dijkhoff. Remember that name? She has removed all of her info from her profile. She is located in New Jersey, and no doubt an Aruban connection to the Old Gray Lady…or as I call it ~ the Old Lazy Battle-axe.

      The tentacles of Aruba reach far and wide.

    36. Gabriel Leo on January 30th, 2007 10:16 am

      BS! You like to make everything and Aruban issue SM. That bust was made in Amsterdam and was not destined to no Aruban shores of any other islands. Get your Facts straight! The bust was made in The Netherlands, and it was chemicals which were destined to be used to make XTC, which if I’m not mistaken does be exported # 1 to the USA (Check your information sources, reports made by Your gouvernment and the European Nations, Europol).
      Bottom Lime stop making every single issue an Aruban issue! It’s a simple news that was printed in an Aruban news Paper under the section of international news. Get your facts right and for once get the damn facts straight!

    37. vicki on January 30th, 2007 10:17 am

      Ive written to weight watchers and NYTimes. What blattent IDIOTS. Its just a matter of time before someone else goes missing…These ppl make me sick. For a monitary spiff, they are willing to send more ppl to DIE.For GODS SAKE> tell us what happened to Natalee and I wont give a rats behind if you ppl florish in DRUGS. If that makes you all “HAPPY” so be it. You want us gone, GIVE US BACK NATALEE. or tell us what happened. It cant be as bad as all this damage we are inflicting on your sinking Island. CONFIRM WHAT WE KNOW WHAT HAPPENED and lock the pimps..er I mean perps up.

    38. Gabriel Leo on January 30th, 2007 10:25 am

      Oh noh…don’t say you did so, you wrote to weight watchers…ohhhh nohh…What are we to doo now! and teh New York Times also….ohh my the end of the world is sure to come now.

    39. Melissa on January 30th, 2007 10:31 am

      To read the New York Times travel article recommending Aruba for families. Go to: travel.nytimes.com – scroll down to: The 10 Point Caribbean Escapes Plan by Michelle Higgins.

    40. Rob on January 30th, 2007 10:37 am

      Gabe – how did that reckless driving thing work out in Florida? Was that like the 4th time its happened? They’re gonna take your license if you keep it up. Florida aint Aruba, even though you may think so.

    41. Gabriel Leo on January 30th, 2007 10:47 am

      So, we are going to write to Michelle Higgins, cal her names just because she recomended Aruba as a vacation spot?haha….Pittyful

      Rob, Rob, Rob, I pitty you also. It’s so increidible how people can get so fanatic about something, that they even look for people who happen to have the same name and ASUME that they have the one the need. Now Rob, Internet is a wonderful thing, if I google your name now I’m sure to get a story that says ROb killed someone, or robbed someone. So stop with the ignorance my friend. I asume your wel educated hey maybe even more than us Arubians (since all of you think we are stupid people) ;)

    42. Rob on January 30th, 2007 11:16 am

      Thanks for your pity. I can manage without it. As for Fanatic??? we’re all talking about a human being that is presumed killed by a citizen of Aruba, and a cover-up that ensued. I guess you still dont get it and prolly never will. It’s you, mas amigoe that I pity.
      No Gabe, you will not find anything like what you mentioned about me.

      Drop me an email sometime when you truly feel like talking, Jairo has my address.

    43. Richard on January 30th, 2007 11:36 am

      I wouldn’t recommend Aruba as a family destination. Not even for the Addams Family.

      Seriously, though, it’s worth noting that The Boston Globe, which is owned by The New York Times, is planning to hold what it calls a major travel fair in March. Aruba is going to be a prominent participant therein, and it’s rumored that none other than Nelson Oduber is going to show up.

      The Times can be sanctimonious in its editorials, especially when dealing with people in the “other” party, but behind the scenes it’s as sleazy as anyone else. Sounds like Aruba is trying to do what the cruise companies do: pay for favorable “features” articles. Sounds a lot more objective than blatant ads, but it isn’t.

      I and at least one other person plan to attend the Boston event. Our present plan is to get in and silently hold up large posters of Natalee near the Aruban desk, or whatever it will be.

      If anyone has any ideas, or wants more info, please post to that effect.

    44. JusticeforNatalee on January 30th, 2007 11:48 am

      I wonder if De Vries is checking out the
      suspicious drowning incident of Joran’s schoolmate.

    45. vicki on January 30th, 2007 11:50 am

      Gabrial, you are the freaking LOSER here. Getting nervous??? Go away TROLL and leave us alone. WE HATE LIERUBA. IF IT SNK TODAY I WOULD HAVE A PARTY. You all SUCK big time and may I add SNORT too. You are PATHETIC.

    46. JusticeforNatalee on January 30th, 2007 12:12 pm

      Gabriel Leo,

      Your spineless blathering on this board will deter no one.

      We are in this fight for the long haul and will stand by Natalee.

      And before you claim to pity someone, at least learn how to spell the word properly. I thought you were educated.

      By the way, you are the one to be pitied. Do you have a soul or conscience?

    47. nychic on January 30th, 2007 12:24 pm

      Gabriel Leo –

      So – You Are Telling Us That Criminal Record In Florida
      Was A “Different” Gabriel Leo ?

      Kind Of Like The Guy On Cheaters Who Said It Was His Twin ?

      So How Is Your Business Doing In Aruba ? You Never Said ?

    48. JusticeforNatalee on January 30th, 2007 12:43 pm

      Awesome idea, Richard.

    49. mayan_moons on January 30th, 2007 1:23 pm

      No. The world is not coming to an end Gabby, just Aruba’s part of it. Don’t like it?

      TO F’N BAD JERK!

    50. Patti on January 30th, 2007 1:30 pm

      Thanks for your translation. I look forward to the day that the people of Aruba stand united with Americans and seek out the same thing that we do… justice for Natalee and every other person that has come up missing, beaten or hung on that island. Justice for Natalee means justice for all. Corruption in the case of Natalee Holloway reflects the corruption of government that the people of Aruba live with every day. The way I see it, the people have nothing to lose and everything to gain if the Dutch investigators uncover corruption in the police force or the ministerial offices of Aruba. How nice it would be to know that every crime on the island of Aruba will be justly investigated and persued to the extent of the law.

      We are not perfect, but we support this boycott as a token of appreciation for what is right. It is only fair and fitting that the people of Aruba receive the same rights as outlined within their constitution, as everybody else. Instead of living under the rule of the haves and the have nots. Should not the Jewish Dutch Aruban be held to the same standard of law as the Black Carribe Aruban, or are they to be held above the law because of their wealth and power? Should not the life of an American girl on vacation be held in the same regard as the life of the son of a judge; or are we to accept an unconstitutional ground of bias and prejudice?

      Aruba, you need to ask yourself: Is it fair that your children attend schools that are under-funded while the rich keep their children in schools that are not only better, but guarded to keep the undesirables out? Is it fair that your children, who are just as smart and are just as deserving, are lucky if they receive an education, at all?

      The preference that is shown to the Jewish Dutch Arubans runs thick in every segment of your society. Why would you fault Americans that seek to uncover the injustice that you and your children suffer from everyday? Why is it unreasonable to ask for justice in the case of one American child? Could not that child have been an Aruban… swept under the rug, like dirt, in support and preference for a powerful “judge in training” and his psychopathic son? How is his son more important than an American girl, or an Aruban chollar if he is the one doing the pushing, the raping and the murdering?

      There should be justice, in Aruba… justice for all!

    51. mayan_moons on January 30th, 2007 1:30 pm

      Hey Richard!

      If i was even within 500 miles of Boston i’d go with with you to hold up NATALEE”S poster. Its a great idea!

    52. Meee on January 30th, 2007 2:09 pm

      Good get Nychic and justicefornatalee. Sent them both e-mails. Also taped Regis and Kelly. They seemed to have taken Aruba off the spin for free vacation wheel. So good job to whoever else sent faxes and e-mails. Let’s keep taking them down one brick at a time.

    53. Carpe Noctem on January 30th, 2007 3:43 pm

      2, 4, 6, 8

      He do we NOT appreciate?



    54. Carpe Noctem on January 30th, 2007 3:46 pm

      Just to clarify Gabe, I do not
      think that Arubans are stupid people.

      However, most seem to be mean spirited.

    55. altruist on February 2nd, 2007 2:13 am

      January 31, 2007, enjoyed seeing the video footage of the 2 ton cocaine bust of the cigar looking boat, it was a US Coast Guard armed hellicopter that was chasing the cocaine trafficker’s along with a US Coast Guard Boat. The cocaine trafficker’s didn’t slow down until the hellicopter started shooting at them, they slowed & then the US Coast Guardsmen boarded & took them into custody. The footage said that the boat was travelling in rough waters about 45 miles per hour. It was stated that the 2 tons of cocaine was worth 150 million US dollars.

      Hope to see more in the future.

    56. mr huge on September 2nd, 2008 6:17 am


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