The Insanity Continues … Deepak and Satish Kalpoe Let Out of Jail in Aruba in the Natalee Holloway Case
When will Aruba stop embarrassing themselves?
Why would any tourist island ever want to be forever known as the place where Natalee Holloway disappeared and the place where they did nothing to provide justice?
More insanity out of Aruba, two of the three suspects released from jail in the case of the disappearance of Alabama teen Natalee Holloway. Why would Aruban officials and prosecutors continue to make a mockery of this case? With the eyes of not only the United Stated but the world on Aruba, they continue to embarrass themselves in a manner that is beyond ridiculous. How could anyone be so cruel to continually do this to both Beth and Dave Holloway? What are Aruban officials thinking?
Was there new evidence or not!!! If that is considered a difficult question then we are all in trouble. How can telling the truth be this difficult? Is anyone capable?
The manner in how Aruba has and continues to handle this case defies all logic. Either you have the evidence or you do not. This is not a matter of legal terminology. After over 2 1/2 years and dragging the family of Natalee Holloway through this roller coaster ride, its finally time to make a decision. Either bring a case against the suspects who were last seen with Natalee Holloway like any normal country would do, or deal with the fact forever that individuals will always refer to Aruba as that place where Natalee went missing and they did nothing to provide justice.
It really is that simple. Either prosecute the case or don’t and live with the consequences. Either provide “Justice for Natalee” or deal with the fact that many who have come to Aruba will never do so again. Honestly, if this is how an investigation and prosecution is handled in a place where people spend 1000’s of dollars to vacation, why would anyone go there? Heaven forbid that it happen to you?
ORANJESTAD, Aruba — One of two brothers charged in the disappearance of American teenager Natalee Holloway was seen leaving the prison Saturday afternoon after a judge ruled the evidence wasn’t strong enough to keep holding them.
Sateesh Kalpoe walked out and was accompanied by his attorney and an unidentified woman, according to an Associated Press photographer who observed them leave.
His brother, Deepak Kalpoe, was expected to be released shortly, his attorney, Hose Figaroa, said. Both have denied having any role in Holloway’s disappearance. (FOX News)
Hans Mos, Aruba’s chief public prosecutor, has three days to appeal and will decide Monday whether or not to do so.
Meanwhile, Holloway’s parents met with Mos for about an hour Saturday, and with interrogators for three hours. Neither spoke to reporters afterward.
The brothers’ release was “a bit of a setback,” Mos said Friday. But it does not change his plan to decide by the end of the year whether to prosecute anyone in Holloway’s disappearance.