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  • Comments

    7 Responses to “Scared Monkeys Radio Daily Commentary – Monday, June 2, 2008 – Natalee Holloway Case Lacks Any Real Resolution After Three Years”

    1. richard on June 2nd, 2008 7:17 am

      There’s one concrete action that we can take: keep the pressure on Aruba and its tourism.

      No justice for Natalee…no tourists for Aruba.

      Contact JusticeforNatalee@gmail.com for information about the travel show in Washington, DC, at which Aruba will appear later THIS MONTH.

      For various reasons, this promises to be a big event … we will have an opportunity to publicize Natalee’s case that hasn’t been available in the same way in previous protests.

      Please consider showing up, or supporting those who will. Every American whom we dissuade from visiting Aruba, every voice that we convince to speak up, write letters, demand action, is a convert from the “silent majority.”

      And the more advocates we gain, the more our message will spread.

      Stand up for Natalee in Washington this month!

      I’ll be back on June 10 … take care.

    2. Maggie on June 2nd, 2008 2:59 pm

      Amen Dana…

    3. Carpe on June 2nd, 2008 8:37 pm

      Well, ya knocked that one out of the park, Dana.

      That audio piece was a 5 Pointer, bro.

      Natalee is in a much better place! Justice for her.

    4. waterboy (Jerry) on June 2nd, 2008 9:27 pm

      I don’t know how many of you saw Mr. Brooks with Kevin Costner, but I think what we have here is a Mr. Van, starring a father and a son.

      Maybe I missed the point of the movie, but I never could decide what motivated him to kill. It had sexual undertones, so maybe that was it, but anyway, Mr. Brooks was very calculating and diabolical in covering his tracks. (as ridiculous as it was at times)

      The point I’m getting around to is this. If (and this is really stretching it) Paulus and Joran had no inside help from law enforcement, then I conclude that they are very good at covering their tracks, something that has been learned over time. Something they have done over and over or it is just plane blind luck that Natalee’s body has not been found. You choose. You decide.

      I’m thinking the lion cub (like the daughter in Mr. Brooks) struck out on his own, and the old, mangy, black, maned lion had to take over and cover tracks.

    5. crossbow on June 3rd, 2008 7:03 pm

      Jerry: I found something that disturbed me a little.It was a foto of the lighthouse but setting not too far away was what resembled a 40 yard open trash container. Unless there were renovations there would be no need for it. It was the same type that I brought to your attention along the road in the drainage ditch.
      I’m po’ed that I can’t find the link again. The pix I downloaded, it is a match. It was there 2005. Really makes you wonder about the landfill.

    6. crossbow on June 3rd, 2008 7:09 pm

      I just wanted to bring this up again in case anyone missed it.
      While working in a muddy garden, it suddenly occurred to me what is wrong with the picture if Aruba says these may be Joran’s lost sneakers.
      I now believe they cannot be if this one was found in the location where the foto was taken.
      They were found by the lighthouse which is not far from the dunes and the windy north shore. The sneakers are too pristine; there is no sand in them. They should be full of sand if they were in that location for three years.
      Still I would like to know exactly where Aruba planted these sneakers.
      I wonder if Aruba is throwing out these little tidbits in a vain attempt to bring some type of closure. Here through this out and let SM posters pick it apart. If it flies we will use it.

    7. Waterboy on June 5th, 2008 4:21 pm


      The landfill, for sure.



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