Hans Mos, Aruban prosecutor states the the end is near in the Natalee Holloway investigation. The real question that needs to be asked is if the investigation into the disappearance of Natalee Holloway in 2005 ever began. Hans Mos can put out all the press releases he wants to spinning what had occurred in Aruba and attacking those that would dare question the veracity of Aruba’s handling of Natalee Holloway’s case, the fact remains that any normal thinking person looks at what has occurred and is appalled by the lack of action, the corruption and the cronyism that occurred to obstruct getting Justice for Natalee.
Aruban prosecutor Hans Mos has stated that the investigation into the disappearance of Natalee Holloway in 2005 is nearing an end and has appealed to any individuals to come forward if they have any information. The investigation is coming to an end, when did it really ever begin? Just because the main suspect is a pathological liar does not mean that you do not prosecute him. At this point there is more than enough circumstantial evidence including Joran’s own words and conflicting statements to prosecute him. Then do so!
Aruban prosecutors said Tuesday their investigation into the 2005 disappearance of U.S. teenager Natalee Holloway is nearing the end and appealed for anyone with information to come forward.
Chief Prosecutor Hans Mos said his office still needs “at least another few months” to investigate statements made by the only remaining suspect, Joran van der Sloot, during a hidden-camera interview which was broadcast on Dutch television last year.
But he then said prosecutors “are approaching the end of this lengthy investigation.”
“If you have relevant information — no matter how small or uninteresting it may seem — please notify my office or the police,” Mos said in a statement Tuesday.
Hans Mos is requesting that people come forward with relevant information. Why? Will they go ignored like most information and witnesses that have come forward recently? Recent confessions by Joran Van der Sloot recorded by under cover cameras have gone unprosecuted. Van der Sloot’s confessions recently in a Greta Van Susteren interview have all be scoffed at by Mos. Witnesses have come forward in 2008 who had passed polygraph tests and all for naught.
Hans Mos claims that his office has new evidence; however, does not want to disclose it. The question in many peoples minds is does anyone have any confidence that Hans Mos and Aruba with do the right and ethical thing? People have looked on since 2005 and sat back in amazement in how Aruba has not handled this case. Why are we to believe they will do the right thing now?
Mos, without disclosing specifics, said the TV program caused a “new stream of information” regardless of the appeals court decision blocking authorities from arresting Van der Sloot for a third time based on the statements.
“My office does not want to disclose these results to the suspect and thus make him wiser even before he has been confronted with these results,” Mos said, referring to Van der Sloot, who was last known to be living in Thailand.