It is being reported that Dutch Crime investigator Peter R. De Vries has solved the Natalee Holloway case. Beth Holloway is in the Netherlands and Aruban prosecutors are re-opening the case of Natalee Holloway.
A press release has been issued by Peter De Vries:
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UPDATE I: Video from Peter R. De Vries regarding new information and upcoming TV Show.
The Dutch television crime reporter, Peter R de Vries, says that he has solved the Natalee Holloway case.
Oranjestad – The Dutch television crime reporter, Peter R de Vries, says that he has solved the Natalee Holloway case. In recent weeks, he has been filming with a concealed camera on Aruba and this has, he says, clarified the facts behind the young woman’s disappearance.
Mr de Vries, who has made his information available to the Aruban Public Prosecutor’s Office, will not state who he believes is responsible for Ms Holloway’s disappearance. He says that that will be made clear in his television programme on Sunday.
UPDATE II: New and Different Evidence in the Natalee Holloway Case.
The statement in todays PR was the “mode that Natalee Died”
UPDATE III: Discussion of New Evidence in Natalee Holloway Case with Greta Van Susteren
UPDATE IV: PREVIEW VIDEO OF PETER DE VRIES TV SHOW
“Look what they have done to Natalee”
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This afternoon at 3 p.m. (GMT) Beth Twitty screened the most important fragments of the elaborate undercover camera operation which solved her missing daughter Natalee’s case. Dutch crime reporter Peter R. DeVries was by her side. Beth reacted deeply shocked by the pictures that proved Natalee was no longer alive.
In the meantime Peter R. de Vries has confirmed the death of the girl at 7 p.m. (GMT) on the noted news program NOS Journaal. Sunday he will reveal the undercover footage on Dutch television. (Peter R. De Vries)
UPDATE V: Holloway case solved, says tv journalist
Dutch tv crime journalist Peter R de Vries claims to have solved the mystery surrounding the disappearance of US teenager Natalee Holloway.
De Vries said he had used a hidden camera to answer most of the questions surrounding the girl’s disappearance. Holloway vanished while on holiday on the former Dutch colony of Aruba in May 2005.
Holloway’s mother Beth Twitty was in the Netherlands on Thursday to discuss the case with De Vries. ‘It was very emotional,’ the reporter told tv programme Hart van Nederland.
In a press release published on De Vries’ website, the Aruban justice ministry says the new information ‘may shed new light on the way Natalee Holloway died and the method by which her body disappeared.’ It says the office is currently investigating the ‘reliability and value’ of the information.
Joran Van der Sloot seems to be MIA. The unconfirmed reports are that Van der Sloot confessed to an un-named Aruban man.
Reporter were unable to find Van der Sloot at his Arnhem address. Van der Sloot and De Vries had a confrontation on another tv programme earlier this month which ended with Van der Sloot throwing a glass of wine at the reporter.
TV programme Nova says it has spoken to three different sources who claim that Van der Sloot has confessed to an un-named Aruban man that Natalee died in an accident and that he hid her body. The conversation was recorded, news agency ANP claims. Two brothers who have also twice been arrested in connection with Natalee’s disappearance were not involved, Nova says. (Dutch News)
UPDATE VI: Comments From Jossy Mansur Managing Editor of Diaro Regarding Peter R. De Vries Statements
Look for Jossy Mansur tomorrow night on the Dana Pretzer Show on Scared Monkeys radio.com.
It seems to be a secret recording made either in Holland or Aruba, in which Joran confesses that Natalee was murdered and describes what was done with the body. That much I have gathered from Dutch publications. They have quoted Mos as saying: “Now we have obtained new information that throw a new light on the case and how Natalee was murdered and how her body disappeared”. Further on, the publications point out that Joran in that recording seemed to have admitted to being the author of the deed.
The prosecution will probably reopen the case soon. (Jossy Mansur)