Scared Monkeys Radio Daily Commentary – Thursday, November 22, 2007 – What Do The Arrests In The Natalee Holloway Case Really Mean?

  • Dana comments on various aspects of the Natalee Holloway case. “Hopefully, those responsible for the disappearance and death of Natalee Holloway will face the hammer of justice.”

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    11 Responses to “Scared Monkeys Radio Daily Commentary – Thursday, November 22, 2007 – What Do The Arrests In The Natalee Holloway Case Really Mean?”

    1. Crimson on November 22nd, 2007 2:24 am

      Question – Is there a chance that a transcript of this (and other audio interviews) might ever be available online? I have wanted so many times to listen in to the broadcast, but have been unable to due to being limited in a podunk town with archaic dial-up. :)

    2. Carpe Noctem on November 22nd, 2007 8:40 am
    3. JusticeforNatalee on November 22nd, 2007 9:15 am

      Joran van der Sloot Quickly to Aruba

      ARNHEM – the 20 year old suspect in the death of Natalee Holloway, Joran van der Sloot, will possibly be brought over to Aruba this week. A spokesperson for the landelijk parket van het Openbaar Ministerie (OM) said the man would be arraigned on Thursday and then put on the plane.

      At the request of justitie on Aruba Van der Sloot was picked up Wednesday at his residence in Arnhem. It is the second time he has been arrested in connection with the disappearance of the American teen. Subsequent investigation on the island has, according to the OM, turned up new evidence against him. What that evidence is has not been made known.

      Holloway disappeared without a trace in May 2005 after an evening out. Van der Sloot and two other men, Deepak en Satish K., are possibly the last to see her alive. Justitie in Aruba arrested them again Wednesday.

      VAN DER SLOOT was arrested Wednesday because Aruba suspects him of MANSLAUGHTER and AGGRAVATED ASSAULT of Natalee with her death as a consequence. The investigative judge in Arnhem will make no decision about the temporary detention. That has been done by a judge on Aruba, said the spokesperson for the OM. The suspect will be informed of the arrest order.

      Courtesy GEL/SM; Iquitos/RU

    4. James on November 22nd, 2007 11:39 am

      All it says is maybe & hopefully this might be, finally, some justice for the Holloway Family. I for one certainly hope so.

      Those boys drugged Natalie, the chemicals obviously had a severe negative/allergic reaction on her body and she died.

      Daddy Sloot helped get rid of the body.

      I hear a Private Investigator recently [Sept2007] found out that Daddy Sloot hired or found a boat driven by some Columbians to haul Natalie’s body off the island.

      Most likely to be dumped into the sea or burned somewhere so there’d be no remains.

      This entire story has been terribly upsetting to me in that it clearly shows how completely heartless people can be. They murdered, or caused the death of Natalie yet they appear to care less and that is what bothers me.

      Life has a funny way of coming “full circle”. Look @ O.J. and all the trouble he’s in now. I saw the uncensored pics of his slaughtered victims. Something I’ll never forget.

    5. Meee on November 22nd, 2007 1:02 pm

      Well that might explain the large amounts of money taken from the ATM machines

    6. Melissa on November 22nd, 2007 1:44 pm

      I am in Aruba and there was absolutely no mention of the re-arrests of the three individuals in today’s edition of Aruba Today. Is this freedom of the press?

    7. nurturer on November 22nd, 2007 3:22 pm

      #6 – It’s indifference.

    8. weasel on November 22nd, 2007 4:20 pm

      yes it is indifference. just another reason to stay away from that place.

    9. Amy on November 23rd, 2007 4:04 am

      Noh, it’s just small island-niss.. Still today haven’t read or heard anything from the local media. I heard it on American news..

    10. Gregory on November 27th, 2007 12:30 pm

      First off, Amy, you haven’t read Diario.

      But more importantly, what happened was a tragedy, but it happens EVERY DAY in EVERY CITY in the US.

      The area she left from with J & the kal’s is known for drugs – not pushers or anything, but if you want them, they are available.

      I think she OD’d on bad ecstacy, and the “suspects” did what any 20 year-old with a dead body would do – they freaked out, dumped her body,and won’t talk about it. It certainly wasn’t the right decision, but what would you have done at that age?

      I don’t see any indication of foul play.

      Most importantly, why isn’t anyone questioning her friends? From what I understand, they have all “lawyered up”. And rathr than promote a boycott of Aruba (BY FAR the safest island in the caribbean), why hasn’t twitty gone on a campaign teaching kids to watch out for each other?

      John Walsh never told people to boycott grocery stores after Adam disappeared, nor did Amber’s family -and now there is a “code adam” whenever a child is missing in a store, and an AMber Alert. Natalie’s dissappearance is a tragedy, but boycotting aruba will not prevent it from happening again.

    11. Lisa on November 28th, 2007 6:51 pm

      “What Do The Arrests In The Natalee Holloway Case Really Mean?”
      On 11/27/07 Greta Van Susteren’s interview with new lead prosecutor in Aruba, Hans Mos, he clearly states that if no new substantial evidence such as a body or a statement comes to light by Dec. 31st they will have to make a decision as to prosecute or not. He clearly states that he set this date as giving himself a way out.
      All three defending attorney’s have stated that the so called new evidence is not really new evidence and Hans Mos himself described the so called new evidence as old evidence that was looked at more closely and has come to light.
      J2K know they just have to hang on for a few more weeks and not say a word. They are not stupid.
      I firmly believe that this is a last ditch effort for the Dutch to say they did their job and then wash their hands of the entire case. It’s a show and the script reads… Rearrest J2K, bring charges saying new evidence has come to light and take it to trial. Since there is no real new evidence and there is no body, no actual crime scene, no DNA and no witnesses J2k will walk. It’s over.
      In American law we have double jeopardy which means you cannot be tried for the same crime twice.
      In Aruba there is no time stipulation on murder.
      My question:
      When this side show is over and J2k have been charged with manslaughter and acquitted for lack of evidence. Can they later be tried for murder if real incriminating evidence does surface?
      My prayers are with the Holloway family and I do so much wish for Justice for Natalee. I sure hope Dave finds something before the year ends.

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