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December 20, 2008

Tracy Pollan to Play Beth Holloway in Lifetime TV Movie, The Natalee Holloway Story … As Aruba Hides Head in the Sand of Cover Up

Posted in: Aruba,Beth Holloway,Caribbean,Corruption,Crime,Deceased,Deepak Kalpoe,Joran Van der Sloot,Media,Missing Persons,Murder,Natalee Holloway,Paul Van der Sloot,Scandal

Aruba you cannot hide your head in your sandy white beaches, Natalee Natalee_Holloway_121808Holloway’s story will be seen over and over and over … There is nothing like a good TV cable movie that has an unlimited shelf life to have people never forget what occurred in May of 2005 and the lack of justice provided to Natalee and her family.

Just when Aruba thought the Natalee Holloway story was going to go away, they will now have to face the fact that there will be a Lifetime movie directed by Mikael Salomon made of the events of the disappearance of Natalee Holloway and the subsequent botched investigation and cover up. Justice for Natalee … the further exposing of the corruption and nepotism that went on in Aruba to this day in providing a family no answers or “Justice for Natalee”.

The harrowing true story of a teenage girl who vanished while vacationing in Aruba is the backdrop of The Natalee Holloway Story, a Lifetime Movie Network original film about a mother’s search for truth and justice.


Tracy Pollan

Tracy Pollan, the wife of Michael J. Fox, has been tapped to play Beth Holloway in the Lifetime Movie Networks TV film, “The Natalee Holloway Story”. Tracy Pollan will play Beth Holloway, the mother of Alabama teen Natalee Holloway who went missing in Aruba in May 2005. The movie is based the book by Beth Holloway, “Loving Natalee: A Mother’s Testament of Hope and Faith.”

Pollan will play Twitty in the movie, which will spotlight her efforts to discover the truth about what happened to her daughter.

“Holloway,” from Sony Pictures Television, was written by Teena Booth. Judith Verno, Frank von Zerneck and Robert M. Sertner are executive producers, and Andrew Golov is a producer. The movie is set to go into production next month for an April premiere.

Coming soon to a TV screen near you will be the story of what happened to Natalee Holloway, the joke of what was called an investigation in Aruba and how the last three people ever to be seen with Natalee were allowed to get away without prosecution as Aruban law enforcement, prosecutors and officials turned a blind eye.

Joran Van der Sloot first said he lied about what had happened the night he was with Natalee Holloway because he was scared. That certainly did not stop him from lying to police and the media to this day. Lying is not a defense.

How do three suspects, Joran Van der Sloot, Deepak Kalpoe and Satish Kalpoe, go to a car 1/2 hour before closing, leave with Natalee Holloway, lie as to what they did with her and never be prosecuted for her disappearance and what is all but considered her death? What part did Paulus Van der Sloot play in the disappearance of Natalee? Why did the Aruban police arrest two black security guards just because the prime suspects told them to? How does admissions of guilt from Joran Van der Sloot wind up in no arrest or prosecution, but instead let him go free? Witnesses come forward that have passed polygraph tests that place Joran and Paulus out in the early hours of the morning and still no prosecution. Aruban officials have been handed a mountain of circumstantial evidence, inconsistent suspect statements, admissions of guilt and they still do not prosecute the case. Everyone at this point needs to ask why?


Just recently Joran Van der Sloot admitted to kidnapping and human trafficking of Natalee Holloway selling her for $10,000. Joran than said he lied.

Just recently after years of silence Aruba’s Justice Minister Rudy Croes admitted that the Natalee Holloway case was messed up due to nepotism and that police commissioner Jan Van der Stratten obstructed justice in the case of missing Natalee Holloway. Shortly after Natalee’s disappearance in 2005, the Dutch police commissioner was overheard saying “I cannot do this to my friend Paul”. 

Also Dutch Parliament member Hero Brinkman went on the record and called the Aruban investigators of Natalee Holloway’s disappearance “Corrupt as Hell.”

BRINKMAN: They are corrupt as hell. VAN SUSTEREN: So… BRINKMAN: That’s what I say about Aruba.

BRINKMAN: He is a Dutch person, but he is very long within the Aruban society. And what Aruban politicians do, they drag you within their corrupt society. That’s what they do. And even if there are Dutch politicians, competent guys, it does not matter. If they are there long to stay, they will be dragged into that corrupt system.

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