Tuesday, November 08, 2005

Alabama Governor Calls for Aruba Boycott
Alabama Gov. Bob Riley called for a travel boycott of Aruba on Tuesday until authorities on the Dutch Caribbean island cooperate more fully with the family of a Mountain Brook teenager who has been missing since a graduation trip in May. Riley asked the governors of the other 49 states to join him in urging a boycott (AP)

Wendy Murphy: Rich Kid Got A Walk "The Aruban citizens who will suffer because of these economic sanctions should be angry at their government for screwing up the case... If you have a rich kid, son of a judge, all kinds of influence makes it a bad, a bogus investigation, which screws up the case from the get-go, that‘s the issue that we‘re angry about. We don‘t care if they have an inquisitorial system or an adversarial system! We care that a rich kid got a walk because his father was a judge! "

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Anonymous river_52 said...

Nice lady, this Wendy. Go look in the States, speaking of crime.

6:55 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

All this is crap. Bullshit liers that is what Beth Tweety bird is bounch a cowards, just wants money and not her daughter. I will say this once and forever all those PENDEJOS after her are the same shit as her. COWARDS!

10:04 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I would have to agree with the two noters above. If we're boycotting the lovely island of Aruba because of this one crime, why haven't we been boycotting our states because I don't know if you've noticed, but there's been a heck of a lot more people going missing here than in Aruba.

7:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I hope the you had a miserable Christmas. I hope that every day you will remember Natalie's face when you or yur friends killed her. I hope you will never have peace any better than her parents have. Aruba will be boycotted because on one was ever convicted of the crime, not because it happened there. I hope no one will visit there. There are many places just as pretty as Aruba.

6:56 AM  

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