CNN’s Martin Savidge Interviews Eye Witness Jurriën de Jong in the Disappearance and Death of Natalee Holloway in Aruba (VIDEO)
CNN’s Martin Savidge interviews Jurriën de Jong who calls himself an eye-witness to the death and disappearance of Natalee Holloway. De Jong says he saw Joran Van der Sloot bury Holloway’s body on a construction site of what is now the Marriott Aruba Surf Club. Natalee Holloway went missing on Aruba on May 30, 2015 while on vacation with her high school from Mountainbrook, Alabama.
CNN – New clues, questions in Natalee Holloway case.
Ten years after Natalee Holloway went missing, a Dutch citizen says he knows where to find her. Prosecutors, however, aren’t buying it.
Jurriën de Jong told CNN’s Martin Savidge that the teen’s body is buried in a crawl space at a Marriott vacation property in Aruba, and he believes he saw her in her final moments.
De Jong says he was near Marriott’s Aruba Surf Club, then under construction, on the night of May 30, 2005, when he saw a young man chase a young woman through the construction site.
At first, he thought the two were being playful, but he says a short time later the man reappeared, carrying the woman in his arms. He says her body appeared limp.
“… He pulled (the woman) by the ankles inside the crawl space, stayed inside for a minute and then came out and closed the gap,” de Jong said.
Even though de Jong suspected he had witnessed something serious, he says didn’t go to the police because he was involved in “illegal activities” at the time.
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Posted May 29, 2015 by Scared Monkeys
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Jurrien could be telling the truth. He’s tried enough times to inform people of what he saw.
His story is more believable that any other. The Marriott Surf Club is very close to the Holiday Inn where Natalee was staying. Dave said it was under construction at that time….I believe him. The others are lying again.
I also believe Deepak and Satish, the brothers, were with Joran the whole time. I think part of what Deepak said is probably the truth. He said they took Natalee back to the hotel, well not quite, it was the construction site of the Marriott Hotel. He said Natalee fell and hit her head, probably but because she was trying to run away. She maybe stumbled and fell or Joran made it happen. Either way he caused it. They took Joran home and Deepak spent the wee hours of the morning washing his car, so the neighbor said. Trying to get rid of any evidence that the car was at the construction site.
The next day Beth and Judd were at Joran’s home. Paulus made a phone call to find Joran. He showed up with Deepak and they were covered with dust and dirt. Then lied and said they were at the casino. Probably went back to the crime scene and made sure Natalee’s body was buried. They just looked like workers at the site.
Judd said many times he wished the police had searched Deepak’s trunk. Maybe they would of found shovels.
But how will the hotel ever let them take up the floor and dig?
Well, I think this story is closet to being the truth. When Deepak said they took her back to the hotel he mention that Natalee fell and hit her head. But why add that part….because she undoubtedly did hit her head and that was in his mind to say so. He could of just said we dropped her off at the hotel and left it at that. There is some truth there. I think if the police would of worked a lot harder at pursuing what really happened with Deepak he would of eventually told the whole truth without the influence of Paulus.
I was wondering if they have gotten the go ahead to search this area yet? I cant imagine not searching it. If it was their daughter it would be a totally different situation, the whole place would be torn apart. If i owned that hotel I dont care how much money it costs I would let them search the entire thing. I think the family should start some kind of online donation collection and put the money they receive towards the digging up and reconstruction of the hotel. So many people would help pay for this just to have answers and closure. If this place was in fact under construction at the time and there is even the slight possibility this is true, why not at least try??