Natalee Holloway: Aruba Authorities Plan to make Announcement Tuesday Afternoon Regarding DNA Tests Performed on the Jaw Bone Found on Aruba
Dateline Aruba … Is it Natalee Holloway?
According to all reports, Aruba authorities plan to make an announcement Tuesday afternoon regarding the dental and DNA tests performed on the jawbone found on an Aruba beach near the Phoenix hotel. Tomorrow the world will know the news as to whether the jawbone found in Aruba is that of missing Natalee Holloway.
Aruba Solicitor General Taco Stein will make a statement following the announcement.
The Aruban prosecutor’s office will announce the official results on a jawbone with an attached tooth discovered on the beach. In Sessions reports the following that a second bone might have been found.
The question is whether this jawbone that Aruban officials have said was of a young Caucasian woman are remains of Natalee Holloway who disappeared from the island in 2005.
In Session has also confirmed that Aruban police picked up a second possible bone Monday morning from the Westin hotel here on the island.
The office of the Ministerio Publico tells me the bone has been collected and is now in the custody of the police. “I can’t confirm what will come next,” PIO Ann Angela told me. She said most likely the chief of police would be calling Aruba’s Solicitor General, Taco Stein.
UPDATE I: Why have a news announcement if the bone did not belong to Natalee Holloway?
Natalee Holloway has been missing since 2005 when she went missing on the last night of her vacation in Aruba. Natalee was last seen leaving the bar, Carlos n’ Charlies, with Joran Van der Sloot, Deepak Kalpoe and Satish Kalpoe. On numerous occasions Joran Van der Sloot confessed in implicating himself in the death of Natalee, only to later say he was lying. Presently, Joran Van der Sloot is in prison in Peru indicted in the murder of Stephany Flores.