Beth Holloway on Natalee Holloway Missing in Aruba: “There is no good answer, whether it is Natalee or whether it isn’t. But no answer at all is the most unbearable”
A mothers endless and tiresless search for answers …
Beth Holloway has been waiting for answers as to the disappearance of her daughter Natalee Holloway since she went missing in Aruba in 2005. No one has been more persistent, more engaged, more undaunted and more eager to hold Aruba, Holland and Joran Van der Sloot’s feet to the fire in her effort to get answers and “JUSTICE” for Natalee Holloway.
It has been a roller-coaster ride of emotions ever since Natalee Holloway went missing in Aruba in 2005 when Natalee was last seen leaving Carlos n’ Charlies at closing with Joran Van der Sloot, Deepak Kalpoe and Satish Kalpoe. Following that fact of evidence the family of Natalee Holloway has received nothing but continues lies, questionable investigations, shoddy police work and obstruction from Aruba.
Now suddenly, over five years later there may be a break in the case of missing and presumed murdered Natalee Holloway. After all the searches in Aruba on land, in the ponds, in the landfills and in the ocean … a jawbone has been discovered on the beach near the Divi Aruba Phoenix Beach Resort. Since the discovery, the news has been released by the Aruba prosecutors office that the bone is that of a young woman, now the focus shifts to whether it actually belongs to that of Natalee Holloway.
The revelation that the jawbone belongs to a young woman has lead to Natalee’s mother to release the following statement:
“There is no good answer, whether it is Natalee or whether it isn’t. But no answer at all is the most unbearable. We appreciate everyone’s loving care and concern and are anxious about the developments.”
However, as the DNA and dental tests continue on the jaw bone found in Aruba, many speculate as to whether the remains discovered are in fact Natalee’s, when the Dutch will release the information and what is any prosecution will come out of Aruba against Joran Van der Sloot. The Aruba prosecutors office was quick to make a comment that the jawbone was that of a young female; however, has been silent since and stated that they are not willing to make any further comments.
The partial jawbone found by American tourists on the beach near the Phoenix Hotel last week Friday, belongs to a young female. At any rate, that’s what American media are saying, who base this on comments from field officer Peter Blanken. He is currently in the Netherlands and was not available for comment this morning.
Meanwhile, the Public Prosecutor (OM) here does not wish to comment on the case and says one will wait for the result from the Dutch Forensic Institute (NFI). Whether Blanken had indeed told the American media that it regarded a jawbone of a young female, solicitor general Taco Stein could not ‘confirm or deny’ this morning. “As I have not spoken to him yet, I do not know what he did or did not say. Our viewpoint remains that we wait for the result from NFI,” Stein said before the Amigoe.
So what is taking so long with regards to the testing. Dave Holloway, Natalee’s dad has already sent dental records to Holland and they have had them for quite some time. ABC News has reported that sources have told them that “They [Dutch forensics team] almost certainly know by now the results.”
“They almost certainly know by now the results,” the source told ABC News.
“There are mixed signals,” the source said. “If it wasn’t her I’d think they’d come out and say it wasn’t her with all the fanfare.”
Aruban prosecutor Peter Blanken made headlines Thursday by telling CNN that the jaw bone was that of a young woman. Yet, after flying to the Netherlands for the testing, Blanken is headed home to Aruba, the source said, based on information out of Aruba.
“The authorities haven’t confirmed anything with me,” the teen’s father, Dave Holloway, told The Associated Press.. “It’s pretty much total silence.”
So as we wait for the Dutch forensic labs to determine the results as to whether the jawbone is a match to Natalee Holloway, we are told by Aruban prosecutor Peter Blanken, the Forensic Institute said earlier this week that the announcement of the findings would be left to Aruban authorities.That does not give many pause for reassurance. Since the outset of this case, the Aruban authorities have acted in both an inept and corrupt manner. The cronyism on Aruba was in full swing as well as the tourism associations doing their best to cover up a crime so to prevent a backlash and boycott of Aruba.
The prosecutor said a forensic expert in Aruba made the initial determination. He cautioned that a final determination would be made by the Netherlands Forensic Institute in the Hague, but he did say the agency is “testing for a DNA match.”
Blanken is back in Aruba. The Forensic Institute said earlier this week that the announcement of the findings would be left to Aruban authorities.
However, in the end we know that Beth Holloway will never give up the good fight and neither will many of those who have supported the girl, Natalee Holloway, and the family in their never ending fight for JUSTICE FOR NATALEE.
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