It Appears that Aruba Reads Scared Monkeys for More than Just Information on Natalee Holloway … Rudy Croes as Well
Well look here, a news publication in Aruba is using the blogs and Scared Monkeys.com for a reference to their article on Justice Minister Rudy Croes. The Scared Monkeys post they are referring to is Rudy Croes … “Aruba Breaks Ties with Netherlands” posted on June 2, 2007.
So do the many critics and haters still think that blogs and namely Scared Monkeys are irrelevant? Hmm? Isn’t it amazing where a post, story, comment or opinion might just wind up. In this case Sol Di Pueblo referenced a story that in many respects did not directly have to do with missing Natalee Holloway, but in stead the actions of Justice Minister Rudy Croes. However, in some ways it has everything to do with Natalee.
Isn’t this interesting. The Aruban Justice Minister making such outlandish comments. Aruba won’t cooperate with the Dutch in the future. You mean they have cooperated in the past? Some where Betico Croes is rolling over in his grave at what things have become.
Scared Monkeys has been referenced and quoted across the internet and in newspaper publications, radio, CNN Inside the Blogs (click watch) and TV. If you do not think that all this is relevant and read by many as being important, don’t tell that to the Dr Phil attorneys who used numerous pages of Scared Monkeys in the Deepak/Satish Kalpoe law suit as exhibits. This does not even touch on the information and details that help families, search teams and law enforcement that never get referenced in print, maybe only in a cryptic message. Scarted Monkeys set forth in early 2005 to try and make a difference, inform and bring people together for a common purpose. Thank you all for taking part in that mission.
Having met and known both Rudy Croes and his brother Betico, one thing is for certain … Rudy, you are no Betico Croes! To borrow a line from Simon & Garfunkel and slightly alter it, all I can say is … “Where have you gone Betico Croes, Aruba turns it’s lonely eyes to you.”
Solo Di Pueblo: Click on pic to enlarge
Had Betico Croes not met an ill-timed accident in 1985 and subsequent death in Aruba in 1986, I can honestly say that the Natalee Holloway disappearance might be solved today instead of the obstruction of justice, corruption, nepotism and favoritism that occurred. There used to be some really great, strong and honorable men in Aruba. Men who were willing to make a stand and do what was right for Aruba, not just individuals. In many respects Betico Croes gave his live for Aruban Independence … are there any honorable Arubans left that are willing to come forward to give of themselves for “Justice for Natalee”? So that your island can once again gain it’s honor back … as well as it’s tourism.
Maybe the bias folks at Wikipedia can stop taking down the references that are put up when it pertains to Natalee Holloway as SM not being a news source.