AP, once and for all could you please get the facts correct in the disappearance of Natalee Holloway? Deepak and Satish Kalpoe are presently suspects in Natalee Holloway’s disappearance, not “were once suspects”. How difficult a concept is that for a new wire to comprehend and get correct? THEY ARE STILL CONSIDERED THE PRIMARY SUSPECTS ALONG WITH JORAN VAN DER SLOOT IN HER DISAPPEARANCE!!!
That being said the Kalpoe brothers are looking to get the wrongful death suit filed against them by Beth Twitty and Dave Holloway dismissed. So who is looking to make money of a missing, presumed deceased teenager? Suspects in the murder. Earth to US Court, this is the reason why the Aruban courts did not compensate the suspects for wrongful imprisonment and kept them as suspects in the crime.
By the way Deepak, why so many inconsistencies and contradictions in your statements?
Holloway’s parents sued Deepak and Satish Kalpoe in December in Los Angeles Superior Court claiming the brothers caused fatal injuries to their daughter. The young woman’s body has never been found.
Beth Twitty and Dave Holloway chose the Los Angeles court after the Kalpoes sued the “Dr. Phil” talk show there alleging libel and slander.
In court papers filed last week, an attorney for the Kalpoes argued that the brothers are residents of Aruba and have no ties to California and that the lawsuit against them should be dismissed. (AP)
It is truly amazing that these gold diggers would come to America and willingly subject themselves to a California Courts jurisdiction to sue for profit, yet cower when sued themselves for a wrongful death law suit. What brave men they are to knowing go to a bar full of American female tourists on their last night on Aruba one half hour before closing and have a girl in their car obviously intoxicated and possibly drugged for their own agenda, only to sue for money. The Kalpoe’s attorney, Kristina M. Beck, filed court papers on Tuesday to dismiss the lawsuit. Brave souls indeed.
Beck’s court papers state that an important ruling occurred Jan. 24, when another Los Angeles Superior Court judge, Edward A. Ferns, ruled that the wrongful death claim of the teen’s parents against the Kalpoes is substantially different from the siblings’ defamation case against “Dr. Phil” McGraw.
“These actions do not arise from the same or substantially identical transactions, happenings or events…,” Ferns wrote, in ruling that both cases should not be kept before the same judge.
The Kalpoes sued McGraw and CBS Television on Dec. 13, alleging they were defamed in a Sept. 15, 2005, show dealing with the still-unsolved case. Although the Kalpoe brothers had been released from Aruban police custody, the “Dr. Phil” episode suggested they gave Holloway a date rape drug and had non- consensual group sex with her, according to their lawsuit. (NBC4)
If the Kalpoe brothers are on the defamation law suit tour, how come they are not suing Steve Cohen? Cohen stated on the Dr. Phil Show that “the boys were guilty”. Seems to be a rather defamatory statement.
However, the underlying situation is the cause for the reason why the Dr. Phil Show is being sued. If not for the disappearance of Natalee Holloway, where Deepak and Satish Kalpoe were two of the three prime suspects and last people reported to ever be with Natalee, there would be no Dr. Phil episode covering this case. Also, Natalee’s parents are stating that it was the Kalpoe’s who voluntarily exposed themselves to California jurisdiction by filing their law suit against Dr. Phil.
Twitty and Dave Holloway, who are divorced, maintain that by bringing an action against McGraw in Los Angeles, the Kalpoes voluntarily submitted themselves to the Los Angeles Superior Court jurisdiction.
Also, Kalpoe attorney Beck states that the defamation and wrongful death lawsuits took place in two different locations. Really? How exactly is that possible? The tape that gave rise to the Dr. Phil Show was the infamous Deepak Kalpoe video tape. Jamie Skeeter’s taped Deepak Kalpoe in Aruba. Is it not this tape that has been claimed to be a part of the defamation lawsuit that is the root of everything? There is an obvious connection. If not for Natalee missing in Aruba, there would be no Dr. Phil piece in question.
(From Jaime Skeeter’s tape)
But in her court papers, Beck argues that Twitty and Holloway are not part of the defamation case; that the alleged misconduct by the defendants in the lawsuits occurred in two entirely different locations — Aruba and California; and that one suit involves wrongful death and the other defamation.
In support of her motion, Beck attached to her court papers a declaration by the Kalpoe brothers’ mother, Kemwattie Ramirez, stating that her sons live with her in Aruba and have no ties to California.
(Deepak Kalpoe Arrested)
Furthermore, how does one defame a suspect in a disappearance and murder? Being released from custody in Aruba does not mean they are released as a suspect. Aruban courts have more than once refused to eliminate Joran Van der Sloot, Deepak Kalpoe and Satish Kalpoe as primary suspects in Natalee Holloway’s disappearance. This is not the United States way of dealing with suspects, it was Aruba. Emotional distress? Fraud? Deceit? Who other than the suspects continual lies and changing of stories have caused more emotional distress, fraud and deceit? Isn’t it obvious that it would be those who took away Natalee’s civil rights and in turned lied to cover up.
You are telling me that John Charles CROES has stated that I wrote while I was chatting with him that I had written that the girl had put her hands in/down my pants, I can say the following. I did this to frustrate/mess up the investigation. I wanted to direct the focus of the police on myself and Joran because we were afraid that Satish would get the details wrong with regard to the “Holiday Inn” story. I was almost certain that our telephone conversations were being taped and I was certain that my computer was being monitored too. (Deepak June 29, 2005 Statement)
All Statements can be read HERE.
Wouldn’t that be more the lies that came out of the mouths of the suspects throughout the statements they made to Aruban and Dutch investigators? It makes absolutely no difference that the suspects were released from jail. By Dutch and Aruban law they are still considered suspects. People are not allowed to bring forth possibilities as to what may have occurred? I guess the Kalpoes are going to sue FOX, CNN, MSNBC, ABC, CBS, ABC, and every cable show personality and pundit who discussed this case?
The Kalpoes sued McGraw and CBS Television on Dec. 13, alleging they were defamed in a Sept. 15, 2005, show dealing with the still-unsolved case. Although the Kalpoe brothers had been released from Aruban police custody, the “Dr. Phil” episode suggested they gave Holloway a date rape drug and had non- consensual group sex with her, according to their lawsuit.
In addition to defamation, the Kalpoes’ suit alleges invasion of privacy, emotional distress, fraud, deceit and civil conspiracy.