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    8 Responses to “Natalee Holloway Disappearance in Aruba: In The Face of Evil Part II”

    1. Vicki on October 19th, 2007 7:35 am

      All I can say is if Natalees freebirds and SM can piece this together than the freakin Dutch had better rearrest all of these disgusting pieces of dogs do and get this over with. They dont deserve to walk this earth. Its quite clear as to what happened to Natalee. If at 7:30pm on the 30th papasweat was looking up on the internet druga and lawyers….maybe Nat was still alive but in bad shape….I dont know, but they could have gotten her to the hospital….every dog has their day and their day is coming.

    2. waterboy (Jerry) on October 19th, 2007 8:49 am

      I’m so sorry. I know I sound like a broken record, but the only thing that makes any sense is that Natalee is in the landfill. It is the only idea that fits Joran’s personality which is dumb a$$.

      I believe we have a reliable witness in Junior. No one in a position that should know thinks so, Jamie said he lied, and he did, some. I don’t know what Dave Holloway thinks. Obliviously he believed Junior to start with, and Junior helped in the search.

      It would take a major effort to recover Natalee from the landfill, I believe she is there, still wrapped in plastic.

      The only way she can be recovered is for the Aruban government to do so. It would take months of effort. I don’t know why they don’t do so, and the only reason I can come up with is that they don’t care, and they don’t want to find her.

      I’m not saying I’ll eat my hat if Tim Miller finds Natalee in a deep-water search. That would be great. I’m just saying it makes more sense that Natalee is in the landfill. This is my best guess, followed by cremation, burial at sea, or burial with another body.

      When the wind blows cold, the birds fly South, and seek the cover of the dense evergreens when the sun sets at night; and so it is with the man who’s blood runs cold and who’s eyes have no inner refection of a God given soul.


    3. Miss-Underestimated on October 19th, 2007 9:28 am

      Stellar work, again.

      Timelines told are all lies.

      Why does Joran make reference to the changing of shoes?

      Pack of lying pigs.

      Yesterday, again, beautiful, FAKE, beaches empty.
      Aruba even your ISLAND is a facade, those beaches are FAKE.

    4. brie on October 19th, 2007 12:36 pm

      I think there has always been something going on with the shoes. He also made reference to his shoes on his interview with Greta. I remember he brought up the issue and said see, pointing to his shoes, “They’re just like the other one’s”. Probably had blood on them. Just like the blood in Deepak’s car.

      Seems like the police knew what happened at the very beginning but gave everyone plenty of time to clean up the evidence and get their stories together. Arresting them and putting them in jail did nothing, except to make it look like they were doing something. Just like always, putting hope out there and then disappointment. Dompig and his final phase, tip from a drug dealer, ex-brother-in-law, she’s in the sand dunes. But the worst, saying she is dead and we know where the body is. Oh, never mind, we retract that statement! What they have put Natalee’s through is unbelievable!

      The mention of a boat was brought up. Was this another lie from Joran, saying that Sander invited him to go out on his father’s boat on Sunday. Maybe the boat was still in the water on Monday or maybe not, but a lie to cover-up that the boat never went in the water until Monday to use to dispose of Natalee’s remains. Sunday was a lie to make people believe the boat wasn’t put in the water for that reason. Gottenbos’s are gone from Aruba…Croes backs up Joran’s story about the HI and even volunteer’s the information. Maybe the party boat was also used. Cromvoit’s are gone….Guildo is gone…and I bet that had to do with Posner…

      You would think somebody would speak up, if not to be decent, to collect the reward money.

      Referring to politician’s speaking about Natalee, it seem’s as though Thompson’s is very concerned about the condition of the country and what our children will be facing. He seems to me to be more family oriented than anyone, perhaps he might a likely one to address the issue.

    5. Maggie on October 19th, 2007 3:18 pm

      Ty Klass for putting videos to these. It brings them to life and ty Freebirds for continuing the good fight for Natalee.

    6. Pearl on October 19th, 2007 5:15 pm

      This is incredible work.
      Nice job monkeys and freebird.
      Keep fighting for Natalee’s right to come home to her family.

      This poor child suffered terribly and these monsters who violated her must be held accountable for what they did to this beautiful, innocent child.

    7. sharon on October 20th, 2007 8:25 am

      #6 Maggie — I totally agree. And klaas’s music selections are PERFECT!

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    8. SteveDinMD on October 21st, 2007 1:51 pm

      The ‘Face of Evil’ series are very good and present an entirely plausible scenario that fits the evidence. Despite this, I still tend to agree with waterboy above. The landfill makes a better disposal site for Natalie’s remains. Whatever their final location, discovery of Natalie’s remains would establish the fact that she was the victim of a homicide and invite prosecution of Paulus and the boys. The key to their escaping justice, then, would be to dispose of the body in the way least likely to result in its discovery.

      What were Paulus’ and the boys’ best options? Cremation would be ideal, but difficult to arrange. Disposal at sea would be easier, but present the long-term prospect of eventual discovery by anyone with the inclination to look in the right place, assuming the body were weighted down, which would be advisable to prevent it being washed to discovery by tide and current. Burial in an ordinary grave would afford the least protection against discovery. Burial in the dump, however, offers unique advantages over all these methods. The dump is readily accessible and it’s easy to dispose of a body there. It’s on public property and, as such, affords opportunity to introduce bureaucratic impediments to any search conducted on the site. Also, over time, it quickly becomes ever less likely that a body would ever be recovered as the gravesite is further buried under succeeding tons upon tons of refuse. Yes, the landfill would be the best possible place to dispose of Natalie’s remains. Moreover, if the Aruban authorities didn’t believe as much, why were they so eager to stop the excavation there and undo the progress made by Tim Miller and the search team?

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