An Inconvenient Truth: Dutch filmmaker Paul Ruven Making Movie about Joran Van der Sloot and Death & Disappearance of Natalee Holloway in Aruba
An ‘”Inconvenient Truth” for Dutch filmmaker Paul Ruven … Joran Van der Sloot killed again!
Let the filmmaker make the movie and bring attention to the Natalee Holloway case again. It will also bring about a backlash against Aruba and himself if he blames the victim and provides cover for what obviously took place.
An “Inconvenient Truth” for all who blamed the victim Natalee Holloway, Joran Van der Sloot killed Again
Natalee Holloway has been missing since May 2005 in Aruba when she disappeared without a trace after leaving Carlos N’ Charlies with Joran Van der Sloot, Deepak and Satish Kalpoe. The disappearance and death of the 18 year old Mountainbrook, AL teen has been attributed to Van der Sloot and the Kalpoe’s by all rational people. Unfortunately, the Aruba police and powers that be managed to cover up the crime from the outset through cronyism and corruption to save their precious tourism.
Now, comes Dutch filmmaker Paul Ruven who claims he is making a film about the Natalee Holloway case as he searches for the truth. Really? The film claims to hold no punches on any of the individuals involved including Joran Van der Sloot, Aruban police, government or the victims family. One does have to question why any one would take the approach of smearing the Holloway family as a way of so-called finding the truth as to what happened.
A Dutch film director is making a film about Joran van der Sloot, the Dutch national who was recently arrested and charged with the murder of a young woman in Peru. Mr Van der Sloot was also the prime suspect in the case of US teenager Natalee Holloway who disappeared while on holiday on the Caribbean island of Aruba in 2005. The film which is due out next year suggests the Holloway case stinks.
According to the film’s director Paul Ruven, we still don’t know what happened to Ms Holloway because all the parties concerned are putting their own interests first. The film asks why her body still hasn’t been found and why Van der Sloothasnever been convicted of any crime. It doesn’t deal with the murder of the 21-year-old Stephany Flores in Peru on 31 May this year. Van der Sloot is currently in custody in Lima awaiting trial over her murder.
Ruven claims to pull no punches and searches for the truth … yet has no issue in blaming the victim for her own demise. NICE. I guess it was quite inconvenient for Ruven what while blaming Natalee Holloway in her own death and disappearance in Aruba by making such allegations that she was on cocaine and chasing boys that Joran Van der sloot killed again in Peru. Hmm? Such a revelation kind of puts a crimp in the narrative of the missing Natalee Holloway now doesn’t it sir? Who would have thought while you were making one film that one of your main characters would kill again in Peru? Joran Van der Sloot has been charged in the death of Stephany Flores in Peru in which many of the events seem hauntingly similar to the death of Natalee Holloway five years to the day.
The film, Me & Mr Jones, doesn’t paint a sympathetic picture of any of the characters. For example, Joran van der Sloot, is portrayed as a rich white youth with influential parents, who flouts the law. At the time of Natalee Holloway’s disappearance, he was receiving treatment for psychological problems. He is also reported to have been involved in two cases of indecent assault.
“The film pulls no punches in showing that Joran lied. That’s why the main character, the investigative journalist, breaks the law to get at the truth. He, just like Joran, doesn’t abide by the law.”
Mr Ruven doesn’t spare the character of Natalee Holloway either. He says the image of her as some kind of holy virgin, an innocent girl, is just the way her mother wants her portrayed.
“The truth is that Natalee had a nose full of cocaine that night, was blind drunk and had been chasing blokes for days.”
And he knows this how? Let’s just say all this is true, which it is not, how does that exonerate Joran Van der Slootfrom kidnapping, obstruction of justice, rape and murder? The answer is, it does not. The truth of the matter is … IF NATALEE HOLLOWAY WAS HIGH ON COCAINE AS RUVEN SLANDERS, IT WOULD HAVE BEEN THE EASIEST OPEN AND SHUT CASE IN THE HISTORY OF MAN KIND. If it was as Ruven slanders, Natalee’s body would simply have been found on the beach and it would have been determined that she died of a drug and alcohol overdoes … end of story. No one would have gone to jail, if the events played out like that.
However, that is not the case and every rational thinking person knows that. Except the hateful people who for some reason have a vested interest in harming the family, blaming Natalee Holloway and having an issue that Natalee might have actually been a nice girl. Why does that rub so many people the wrong way? Wow, she might actually have been a good girl that had some drinks on an island that claimed to be safe. Why are there some that are so hateful against a family that lost a daughter before she ever had a chance to live? The following hateful and irational comments can be made by any keyboard coward without a conscience.
Miranda and Jeff from Amsterdam weigh in with a lengthy denunciation of the entire Holloway family linking extensively to a documentary Natalee Holloway ”The Unrevealed Timelines” and ending with this plea: “We believe in karma Mr. Ruven , so please go ahead and give us the real Natalee Holloway and not the BS her mother tried to feed us, it will benefit you and your movie. Thank you for reading this email.”
The simple question is as follows … why would Joran Van der Sloot with the aide of his father and other cronies felt the need to get rid of Natalee’s body? If it was an accidental drug overdoes from Dutch filmmaker Paul Ruven’s slanderous comments, they answer is that they would not have had to. If there was consensual sex, the answer is that they would not have had to. However, if the answer is that Natalee Holloway was purposely drugged with a date rape drug, forceable raped and killed … then, they would have had to get rid of the body.
It’s easy to use common sense when looking at a crime objectively. However, when one has an agenda, that is quite a different story now isn’t it?