Patrick Van der Eem in Aruba for book & Aruban Prosecutors Want to Question him in Natalee Holloway Case
In Aruba they hold open the option to arrest the witness and not the prime suspect for questioning. Does anyone see anything just so amazingly wrong about every aspect of the investigation and prosecution of the Natalee Holloway case? It is like living in the bizzaro world. Joran Van der Sloot goes free while “Chief justice Hans Mos told the paper Van der Eem could be arrested if he does not come forward voluntarily”.
Welcome to the corrupt anti-world of Aruban and its justice system. Who is it that you should be questioning? Best yet threatening. Next thing we know they will be trying Patrick van der Eem for Natalee’s disappearance.
The Aruban public prosecutor wants to question Patrick van der Eem as a witness in the Natalee Holloway case, reports Tuesday’s NRC.
Chief justice Hans Mos told the paper Van der Eem could be arrested if he does not come forward voluntarily.
Van der Eem befriended suspect Joran van der Sloot and secretly recorded him confessing to being with Natalee Holloway when she died. He is currently on Aruba working on a book about the disappearance of the US teenager.
According to Van der Eem he has nothing to hide and the public prosecutor only has to ring him.
Infiltrator Van der Eem in Aruba for book (Amigoe 2/18/2008)
ORANJESTAD — Patrick van der Eem has arrived in Aruba, where he will tell an American writer his story about the declarations that he elicited from the Holloway-suspect Joran van der Sloot. His Dutch representative Peter Schouten confirmed this to the media yesterday.
A book will be published in the US with the story of Van der Eem (34). The title of the book is going to be ‘Disposed’. He already has an agreement with an agent of a publishing company. The first chapter will be published in the American newspaper, the New York Post.
Van der Eem will tell how he and his family experienced the undercover operation in the disappearance case of Natalee Holloway. Crime journalist Peter R. de Vries brought the entrepreneur from Almelo, Van de Eem, in as infiltrator to get the truth about the disappearance of the American teenager. According to Schouten, there is big interest for the story in the US. He sees a possible box-office hit with Van der Eem revealing the undercover operation.