Comments From Jossy Mansur Regarding the Joran Van der Sloot Video Tapes and the Death & Disposal of Natalee Holloway
From the mouth of Jossy Mansur, Managing Editor or Diario, to your eyes:
The judge of instructions in Holland refused the petition of the prosecution in Aruba to make the pretrial arrest of Joran. He did not see “sufficient new evidence” in the tapes. The prosecution has, of course, appealed the decision. That, according to a press release issued by the prosecution last night in English and Dutch.
I did not see the tv show because it was unavailable here. I did follow it via a radio station in Aruba (canal 90) with a lot of static and noise that made it practically impossible to follow all the recorded conversations of Joran with Patric van Eems. However, I did hear him say that he was involved in Natalee’s disappearance (that she died in his arms!) and that he threw her body in the ocean, aided by a friend. The friend that he mentioned by name afterwards has come forward to deny that he had anything to do with it.
One thing is certain: we now know (by his own admission) that Natalee is dead, that she was with him the moment she died in still to be explained circumstances, and that he personally threw her body in the ocean, for still unexplained reasons. The confirmation of her death and the disposal of her body has come from his own mouth!
I can only imagine that any judge (except that one) would have ordered the arrest of Joran on the basis of his own admissions caught on camera. In my opinion, from what I heard on the tape there is sufficient evidence to arrest him and bring him back to Aruba for the necessary clarifications. His arrest would afford the authorities the opportunity to press him for the truth, not that she died in his arms, but HOW she died and WHY he was so certain that she was dead! And WHY he dumped her body in the ocean instead of going straight to the police and telling them about what happened to this young girl from Alabama.
This case seems to get murkier with the passing days (Jossy Mansur)