The other side of the Natalee Holloway case, otherwise known as “Spinning for $’s”. There is a reason why this article in Amigoe was shopped around with no takers. Maybe because the facts, previous statements, previous interviews by those who are now changing their story state quite a different scenario. Maybe Gerald Dompig best review the past statements he has made as well. Over the next week, we will carve apart the shameful article that would blame a family, US law enforcement and even VP Dick Cheney for Natalee Holloway’s disappearance. The article that appears in Amigoe actually reads like a bad Saturday Night Live script. If we did not know the people involved, we would actually think the article was sarcasm.
Dompig, who up until May 2006 – when he resigned – led the investigation on Aruba, and three others, who from the start each had their own function after the then 18-year-old girl from the prestigious Mountain Brook at Birmingham , Alabama , did not return to her hotel room on the 30th of May 2005 , are now speaking up. They each feel the importance of sharing this side of the story. Perhaps even the story; the truth. A story where three boys – Joran van der Sloot (at that time aged 17), Deepak Kalpoe (21) and his 18 year old brother Satish (formally still suspects), hardly play a role in anymore. (SM)
WATCH THE FOLLOWING VIDEO AND SEE FOR YOURSELF.
Pressured? If Dompig was pressured by anyone it was his own government.
Troy Roberts (CBS): Do you believe Paulus Van Der Sloot knows more than he has been telling?
Gerold Dompig: Yes I Do… (SM)
Dompig: “Unfortunately in Aruba to much politics is involved which makes it difficult for a Chief Commissioner to function as he wishes to.”
Who the new Chief Commissioner will be is unknown to Dompig but he hopes that the Government will not again bring in somebody from the outside.
“When will we mature? When will we trust our own people”?
Bringing in a Dutch Chief again will not contribute to the progress of the police force. (SM)