May 08, 2006


As always, Scared Monkeys wrote a great article involving and summing up the last 11 months of this tragedy and fiasco. I took a few 'teasers' that I found very interesting. If these losers lived in the U.S., they would have been tried already and in prison. I can't believe how inept the ALE is...or maybe a combination of corruption AND ineptness.

  • Why would Deepak Kalpoe say to Joran Van der Sloot that he is going to get 15 years “if” they find Natalee?”…As Jossy Mansur states, “there is only one crime that someone could get a 15 year sentence for. It is not for a minor offense, it would be for murder. When Deepak said to Joran that if they find the girl he will be locked up for 15 years, he wasn’t referring to a minor infraction punishment! In Aruba, the only crime for which you would normally get such a high and severe sentence is murder! As far as I know, there is no other legal infraction that would earn such a high prison sentence.

D says to J: They’re going to give you 15 years if they find the girl.

J says to D: Why? Why?

D says to J: That scholarship of yours. Gooooooodbye, you can forget about it.

J says to D: Yes, because of who, because of you, retard.

J says to D: You know very well that you did something bad, otherwise you wouldn’t lie.

Joran’s Stupidity and Oxymorons

This is for Joran; who most likely has no clue what an oxymoron is:

oxymoron: conjoining contradictory terms (as in `deafening silence')

S says to J: I didn’t declare anything.

J says to the brothers: Of course you did.

S says to J: What did I say / against your father?

J says to the brothers: You said that he (Joran’s father) said that if there’s no corpse there’s no case, or I don’t know what more sorts of shit.

J says to the brothers: That’s not true, the only thing he (Joran’s father) said that if there’s no body there don’t have a case.

D says to J: That’s true.

J says to D: Nothing of that is true.

  • Joran Van der Sloot admits that his father Paulus made the comment, that’s not true, the only thing he (Joran’s father) said that if there’s no body there don’t have a case. Obviously, Paulus Van der Sloot is not telling the truth in denying the statement. Why would Joran admit it were true? After all we know that the Van der Sloot’s taught their son to always tell the truth.

Karen Janssen "Spills the Beans"

Paul van der Sloot, a judge in training in Aruba, gave his 17-year-old son Joran van der Sloot and two Surinamese brothers legal advice the day after 18-year-old Natalee Holloway disappeared, District Attorney Karen Janssen told MSNBC in an interview.

“They spoke about the situation that when there is no body you don’t have a case, and that was already in the first day after the disappearance,” Janssen said.

  • The three suspects are referencing other people who may have knowledge or information into what happened that night is telling as well. Why would the three suspects be bringing up other people’s names in reference to this case if they did not have some form of involvement? This time, its Freddy.

J says to D: What did you say that Freddy has to be detained?

D says to J: That Freddy has to say the truth.

J says to D: You know very well that Freddy told the truth.

S says to J: You’ll see, you’ll see.

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