The Dana Pretzer Show – Friday, November 30, 2007 – Guests Include Jossy Mansur, Mike McIntyre, Stephanie Good, Art Wood and Red from Scared Monkeys
This week, Dana welcomes:
- Jossy Mansur, managing editor of Aruban newspaper, “Diario” discusses the Natalee Holloway case.
- Mike McIntyre – Host of the Mike on Crime Radio Show. Mike will discuss today’s crime stories, and the parole of convicted murderer Robert Latimer.
- Stephanie Good, New York Times Bestselling Author of Exposed and her new book A Rush To Injustice discussing the recent Natalee Holloway case arrests, and the suicide of 13-year-old Megan Meier who took her life after a series of harassing MySpace messages from neighborhood adults posting under a false identity.
- Art Wood, former Secret Service agent discussing the Natalee Holloway search.
- Red from Scared Monkeys discusses the media, Aruba and the upcoming seearch for Natalee Holloway.
The judge reasoned Friday that “the new evidence, together with the existing evidence in this case, produce serious grounds for the suspicion of some kind of aiding and abetting, of covering up the traces of a crime committed or of the disposing of a corpse,” prosecutors said.
But people accused of those crimes do not qualify for pretrial detention under Aruban law, Mos told reporters. He noted that on Monday, the same judge approved van der Sloot’s continuing detention based on the same evidence.
“Apparently, the judge sees a difference between the third suspect and these two suspects,” Mos said, since the judge concluded the evidence against the Kalpoes was not strong enough to warrant their continued detention. (CNN)
The sick game continues on the island of Aruba. Who knew that Aruba was a catch an release fishing hole? The Kalpoe brothers have once again been ordered released from jail by the judge presiding over the case of missing teen, Natalee Holloway .
ORANJESTAD, Aruba – A judge on Friday ordered the release of two brothers suspected in the disappearance of American teenager Natalee Holloway, ruling that the evidence wasn’t strong enough to continue holding them, a prosecutor said.
Satish and Deepak Kalpoe, who were re-arrested in the case for a third time last week, were to be released from jail by Saturday.
ORANJESTAD, Aruba (CNN) — Two of the suspects being held in connection with Natalee Holloway’s presumed death will be released from custody by Saturday.
Satish Kalpoe is one of two brothers rearrested in the case in Aruba.
1 of 3 Prosecutors wanted Deepak and Satish Kalpoe held in Aruba for another eight days, but a judge rejected their request Friday.
The decision was “a bit of a setback,” said Hans Mos, Aruba’s chief public prosecutor. But it does not change his plan to decide by the end of the year whether to prosecute anyone in the Holloway case.
“We had hoped for a longer period to confront these suspects with the material we have against them, but this is the way the law says it must go,” Mos said
Public Enemy #1 to Muslims … Islamic Fanatics Demand Jailed Teddy Bear Teacher Gillian Gibbons be Executed
How could one Teddy Bear have caused such an uproar? Please let’s not hear about human rights violations in the US anymore or ones we commit elsewhere after this story. Gillian Gibbons, the Teddy Bear Teacher was sentenced to 15 days in jail and deportation from the Sudan on Thursday.
British teacher Gillian Gibbons was convicted of insulting Islam for letting her pupils name a Teddy bear Muhammad and sentenced to 15 days in prison and deportation from Sudan, one of her defense lawyers said Thursday. Ali Mohammed Ajab, of Gibbons’ defense team, said she was found guilty of “insulting the faith of Muslims in Sudan” under Article 125 of the Sudanese criminal code, a lighter conviction than the original charge of inciting religious hatred. A charge later confirmed by a judge leaving the closed court session. (Fox News)
So one would think that this bizarre case was over. Think again. Crazy Islamic fanatics are asking and demanding that she be executed. We kid you not …
Thousands of Islamic fanatics wielding clubs and knives are marching through the streets of Khartoum demanding the execution of teddy bear teacher Gillian Gibbons. As the mother-of-two started a 15-day prison term, protestors left mosques across the Sudanese capital to denounce the “lenient verdict” and call for the death penalty. The mob descended on Matyrs Square, which is in front of the presidential palace, many arriving in pick-up trucks with loudspeakers blaring messages condemning Miss Gibbons.
KHARTOUM, Sudan (AP) – Thousands of Sudanese, many armed with clubs and swords and beating drums, burned pictures of a British teacher Friday and demanded her execution for insulting Islam by letting her students name a teddy bear Muhammad.
Sudan’s Islamic government, which has long whipped up anti-Western, Muslim hard-line sentiment at home, was balancing between fueling outrage over the case of Gillian Gibbons and containing it.
The government does not want to seriously damage ties with Britain, but the show of anger underlines its stance that Sudanese oppose Western interference, lawyers and political foes said. The uproar comes as the U.N. is accusing Sudan of dragging its feet on the deployment of peacekeepers in the war-torn Darfur region.
Scared Monkeys Radio Daily Commentary – Friday, November 30, 2007 – Joe Tacopina Accuses Jossy Mansur Of Fabricating Evidence?
- Dana is flabbergasted by what he “thinks” he heard Joe Tacopina accuse Jossy Mansur of!
Update: Do not forget that Jossy Mansur will be on the Dana Pretzer Show on Scared Monkeys radio. Ask your questions here that you want answered and will shall try an have Jossy answer them.