Deepak and Satish Kalpoe, Welcome to America: Judge Give Dr Phil & CBS Access to the Natalee Holloway File
Let us first start out by saying, thank you Deepak and Satish Kalpoe. Don’t ask for things they might just come true. You successfully made it possible for there to be US jurisdiction in this case. Greed is always the inevitable downfall.
Deepak and Satish Kalpoe, welcome to the United States judicial system. The two should have left well enough alone and thanked their lucky stars that the Aruban/Dutch legal and investigation system ran cover for them in the disappearance of Natalee Holloway. However, in so many case this is another example of pigs get fat and hogs get slaughtered.
Welcome to the deep end of the pool where the big boys play. The Kalpoes brought a defamation case against Dr. Phil in search of riches and now have exactly what so many of us had prayed for … an opportunity to expose all of what went on in Aruba with regards to the files for the investigation and legal proceedings.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Edward A. Ferns ruled that the lawyers for CBS TV and The Dr Phil Show can have access to the Natalee Holloway files.
Lawyers for CBS Television and “Dr. Phil” McGraw can have access to e-mails and Aruban documents about two brothers arrested, then released, in the disappearance of Alabama teenager Natalee Holloway, according to a ruling obtained Wednesday.
Deepak and Satish Kalpoe allege they were defamed in a Sept. 15, 2005, “Dr. Phil” show during which it was alleged that they gave Holloway a date-rape drug and had non-consensual group sex with her. The episode also implied the siblings helped kill Holloway and dispose of her body, according to court papers.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Edward A. Ferns issued a 12-page ruling Friday that upheld the tentative ruling he reached in favor of CBS and the celebrity doctor before he took the case under submission Aug. 30. (CBS)
The Kalpoe’s thought that this case would never get to court and that they would settle for millions. Hey Deepak and Satish … You are not in Aruba anymore. The trap has been set and the bait was taken.
CBS and Dr. Phil McGraw claimed that documents existed in which the Kalpoes acknowledged having sex with the girl — which they have denied. Attorneys for the defendants sought the documents and also e-mails between the brothers and others regarding the case.
The brothers’ attorneys said Aruban authorities had much of the information being sought and that the authorities had refused to release it.
In granting access, Superior Court Judge Edward A. Ferns said the documents “are relevant to the most fundamental issues in this case.”
UPDATE: Holloway/Twitty Family attorney John Q. Kelly “On The Record”
GRETA VAN SUSTEREN, FOX NEWS HOST: Tonight, a possible breakthrough in the Natalee Holloway case. A California judge has ordered the Kalpoe brothers to turn over documents and e-mails that the judge says are relevant to the most fundamental issues in this case.
John Q. Kelly is an attorney for Natalee Holloway’s parents. He joins us in New York.
John, you were part of this lawsuit originally, but your client got bounced out of it. Btu tell me, what is the order that this judge has issued and why is it significant?
JOHN Q. KELLY, ATTORNEY FOR HOLLOWAY FAMILY: Well, the key issue is whether the Kalpoe’s have to turn over all the documents in their possession including all their e-mail correspondence between them and Joran Van der Sloot or any other third parties during the uncertain period of time after Natalee’s disappearance. And we’re hoping that it would shed some light on Natalee’s disappearance and the Kalpoe’s involvement with it and think of it (ph) if they’re kind enough to turn it all over.
For the rest of the interview GO HERE