Friday, January 27, 2006

Joran: Girls Come And Go...
Interesting exchange of testimonials....
Kees says:

Not guilty! Hehe, that is one of the first things that comes to mind with Joran. This dude is cool, he got on with life at a stage where most in that position would give up! Man, the few months that I know you already feel like I have known you for years! Partying, getting drunk, and playing fifa as well as real life soccer with this dude is one of the few things that keeps us busy... You kick ass honkey and don't forget me once you got the millions these punks owe you!

Joran Says:

Yo Kees!! My N(word)!! no no no sorry mulato :) hehehe stay the way you r, your awsome and dont worry about the girl to much, girls come and go! Peace man and stay cool ;)



"What you want—as a good person—are sons who are kind and respectful toward women. To do that, you want to raise men to have relationships with women—not to feel that you can just go out and get yourself a stripper and have yourself a piece." - Oprah Winfrey

Thursday, January 26, 2006

Search To Continue With Radar, Cadaver Dogs
Two Aruban investigators continue to interview friends of Natalee Holloway this week as teams in Aruba wait for cadaver dogs to arrive on loan from the FBI. Search teams in Aruba are using metal probes to look for Holloway's body near a lighthouse on the island's western edge. Even if that search turns up nothing, investigators hope to stir the sand enough so that cadaver dogs might be able to find the missing Mountain Brook teenager. Aruba's police chief has said new leads, possibly from a friend of suspect Joran Van Der Sloot, are spurring recent activity in Aruba and Alabama. (NBC)



MSNBC reported that investigators are asking Holloway's friends if they recognize new Aruban names, giving them descriptions of Carlos 'N' Charlie's patrons, and having them examine pictures of patrons in an attempt to develop new leads. (Click here to launch video)

"I just don't want raised expectations here, 'All new fresh information' - These were planned long ago. We've been on roller coasters before. I don't want raised expectations at this point" - Attorney John Q. Kelly

Friday, January 20, 2006

Cohen: Suspects had sex with Holloway
The spokesperson of the Strategic Communications Task Force, Steve Cohen, said that two of the Holloway-suspects had sex with Natalee Holloway, something that the authorities have not confirmed up till now. On the Task Force website, Aruba Truth, is an article on Cohen’s speech at a conference of the Caribbean Hotel Association (CHA) in Puerto Rico, in which he said that two of the boys had consensual sex with Holloway. Statements have since been clarified (Aruba Truth)

Wednesday, January 18, 2006

Paul Van Der Sloot Sworn In
Paul Van Der Sloot, once held in connection with the disappearance of an Alabama teenager was cleared on of suspicion in the case last November and has now been installed in the capacity of a lawyer on the island. Paul van der Sloot entered the courthouse yesterday to present his application to the “raad van toezict”
(Supervisory Commission) and the members of the Aruban Lawyers Association. The commission, together with the lawyers association reviewed his application and attached documents, concluding that he satisfied the qualifications to be accepted as an active lawyer working on the island of Aruba. (Aruba Today)



He had wanted to be a judge, but that did not quite work out (and I have heard a few reasons why and still don't understand why.) He is now sworn in as a lawyer and working with his son's lawyer in the law firm. - Greta Van Susteren



Remember this is a guy who apparently taught his son how to hide a body and made statements about, well if there is no body, there is no crime. I might agree that at this point they can‘t prove the case beyond a reasonable doubt, but...you have to be an idiot to think this father has no involvement in this case. - Wendy Murphy



(Photos: Diario Aruba)

Investigating New Leads
Aruban police are searching sand dunes along Aruba’s northeast coast in attempts to make a break in the case for missing Alabama teenage Natalee Holloway. Jossy Mansur with Aruba's “Diario” newspaper and Holloway family attorney John Q. Kelly joined Rita Cosby on ‘Live and Direct’ to discuss the recent developments as well as a gag order in the case.

(Click here to launch video)

Monday, January 16, 2006

Dr.Phil Revisits Holloway Case
The Natalee Holloway Case follow-up. Dr. Phil is joined by Natalee’s mother, Beth, her lawyer, and a consultant to the Aruban government who defends the work of the investigators. Have there been new revelations since the last time Beth appeared on the show? Could rescuers be on the brink of finding the missing teen? Tune In Thursday January 19th 2006



"I was the guy who had to let them out...."
"I opened the jail door for all three of them. It was nobody else. It was me. And my feeling was that we had lost. And then we didn't lose because we all sat together and said, 'We can figure this out." - Steve Cohen





"All three of those three young men should have been picked up and charged with rape, sexual misconduct, perjury, obstruction of justice, at the least. Instead, they were let free, they were allowed to lawyer themselves up, get their stories straight and we have no answers now. They know what happened to Natalee and they're walking free, enjoying their lives, and Beth and the family are just going through hell." - Defense Attorney John Q. Kelly



(Click here for show recap)

Thursday, January 12, 2006

Aruban Attorney, Paul van der Sloot Paul Van Der Sloot is expected to be sworn in on Monday by the Justitie van de Nederlandse Antillen en Aruba. He joins Antonio Carlo's legal team. (Telegraaf.nl)



Launches Schadevergoeding Case
"It‘s very surprising. I mean, it‘s almost shocking what‘s going on over there in the court system. And it‘s unbelievable that this man, his family, are shameless enough and sort of money-hungry enough to, after what they‘ve put the family through and what they‘ve made a number of people endure, that they‘re seeking compensation for this now." - Defense Attorney John Q. Kelly reacting to reports indicating Paul Van Der Sloot is in the process of suing the Aruban Government for wrongful arrest in the Natalee Holloway Case.





Thursday, January 05, 2006

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Joran Van Der Sloot enjoying his recent visit to Aruba...





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