“The Line Up” Discusses Natalee Holloway Disappearance … Joran, There is no Perfect Crime … Just Remember that
Last night on Fox News, Kimberly Guilfoyle discussed the disappearance of Natalee Holloway in Aruba. A couple of interesting points came to light. Even though Ed Miller of America’s Most wanted has his doubts whether the case can be solved and that it may be the perfect crime, Ed is not privy to everything. Gee Ed, I am sure John Walsh would have loved your attitude when searching for his missing son
This could well be the perfect murder because there is just so much confusion involved in this case, it goes this way, it goes that way, it goes this way, I maintain it goes back to the missing lobster trap that somehow the body ended up in the lobster trap and taken out into deep water and now there’s nothing left. Therefore without a body, without evidence, it’s going to be very difficult to prove. As far as we’re concerned, America’s Most Wanted, we’ve looked into this case several times and it’s really coming up pretty much a dead end. (Fox News)
The fact remains that I would dare say that AMW is not privy to what Scared Monkeys is when it comes to the behind the scenes details of this case or searches. The reason being is that we don’t make things public for ratings. Information that is gained is done so to help find missing persons, not have pundit positions on Fox News (hint). Exactly who is to say that there will be no more searches that may recover evidence?
The other point that was made by Rod Wheeler was as follows:
I do believe that somehow the van der Sloot boy is involved; he did go on American television and admit that he purposely did kind of get her drunk so he could have sex with her and that is what he thought that he was targeting her right from the beginning. So again, if there is such a thing as the first step towards this girl’s mysterious disappearance I think you have to go back to him and his own statements.
Let us just use our common sense and see what actually happened. A specific person was targeted by Aruban boys who had done this as a sport against unsuspecting tourists numerous times in the past with no incident. Suddenly that targeted teen, Natalee Holloway, goes missing. Honestly, does it really take a rocket scientist to figure out who was responsible for Natalee’s disappearance? The actual person who was targeted goes missing, is it really that difficult a case?
If you find her body in a fish trap, then the tree suspects will be tried for murder? What if you do not? Does that make Natalee Holloway’s disappearance any more suspect as to who was responsible? The answer is no. In the end, Aruba’s tourism remains in the balance. If they do nothing, they will be forever labeled the Caribbean island that turned their head and covered up a crime against an American tourist. All the marketing in the world will never change that fact.
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