Joran Van der Sloot … Keep Talking, it will be your undoing.
“Lying makes it easier for me”. (Joran Van der Sloot)
This is just another example of what’s good for Joran Van der Sloot is terrible for Aruba. Maybe one day the people of Aruba will wake up and smell the coffee. Also maybe more American tourists will come to realize what really took place.
(Click on book to watch video to hear what tourists & Jossy Mansur have to say)
Comments from American tourists in Aruba regarding the Joran Van der Sloot book.
“I think that’s sick, I really do. To be able to profit off of something like this is horrible. Whether he did it or didn’t do it doesn’t matter, just sick” (Will Formato)
“I am disappointed kinda that he would capitalize on something bad that happened like that and feel like he could make money on other people’s unhappiness.” (Janet Beatty)
Reviews state that the book takes swipes at Natalee’s family and the American people.
“I don’t like the idea that somebody that was so closely involved to the situation would then write a book to profit from it.” (Fox)
I would ask the people who commented on Joran Van der Sloot’s book below the following question: If it is so sick as to what Joran Van der Sloot is doing in profiting from a book of a terrible ordeal like the disappearance of an American teenage girl, then why are you vacationing on an island that knowingly tried to cover up and did little to really and properly investigate Natalee Holloway’s disappearance? A place where the chief investigator told Dave Holloway to go to Carlos N’ Charlies and “have a beer, she’ll show up”.
Dan Abrams: The letter goes on to say that when Dave Holloway asked the police to begin a search for Natalee two days after she went missing, the detective in charge of the investigation answered, this happens all the time. Just go on down to Carlos N’ Charlie’s and have a beer. She’ll show up sometime. She probably got drunk or fell in love and ran off with someone for a few days.
When you went to the police department to report Natalee missing, Dennis Jacobs responded with the following inappropriate question. How much money do you have?
Dave Holloway: That’s correct and there were two witnesses there that can confirm that.
WOULD NOT THAT BE CONSIDERED SICK AS WELL!!!
(Hat Tip Vanderbilt – 06, What happens in Aruba, Stays covered up in Aruba)
Its not just Joran Van der Sloot who lied and tried a cover up to save the tourism of Aruba. That would have been a decision by Aruban officials. So the question is why are you vacationing in an island where if something happened to you, the same treatment would be afforded to you and your loved one’s. Would not that be sick as well?
(Aruban PM Oduber Promising Beth Twitty Justice)
American tourists in Aruba, you are staying in a place that disregards American’s life for the benefit that no harm would come to their tourism. They thought this would all blow over in 4 days. You people are in Aruba making negative comments about Joran Van der Sloot and his profits? What do you think Aruba is doing by you being there while they always wished to look the other way? WAKE UP!!!
Is this where you want to be searching for your missing loved one?
And soon to be here.
Earth to American tourists … Joran Van der Sloot took swipes at you too.
Who do these tourists really think tried to profit off the cover up of this crime? Who do you think pulled strings and allowed this crime not to be investigated until nearly two year later when Dutch investigators searched the Van der Sloot property?
Dave Holloway, “Corruption in Paradise”.
Corruption, yes. There’s a lot of things that occurred on the island before Natalee got there and we addressed some of those issues. But, you know, you have a 17-year-old kid that basically runs the island. He’s 17 years old. The legal age of gambling is 18. The legal age of drinking is 18. The legal age of driving is 18. And here he does all three.
You know and then this happens with Natalee and then you get a low level police officer trying to make a decision, “Do I arrest these boys or do I turn my head and look the other way?” And we think that they’ve turned their head and looked the other way.
To American tourist that think its OK to selfishly look the other way when grief, pain and despair are brought upon others … You to could have been in the same shoes as Beth Twitty. Will you only care when it directly affects you? What a commentary that says about people and their selfish, self-centered actions.
Beth Holloway Twitty Response, A Mother’s Grief, Part I
“If the investigation had been handled properly during the first 10 days, the world would not have witnessed and experienced the pain and suffering my family and I have endured,” Holloway Twitty said, choking back tears as she read from a written statement. “For the rest of my life, I will continue to be the voice for my daughter, seeking justice in Aruba. Every parent would want the same justice for their child.”
- Beth Holloway Twitty Response, Part II (A mother’s grief, she plans to go home)