February 28, 2007




Predators are known for telling lies. Look no further than some of our other infamous killers. This predator, Joran, lied about not previously meeting Natalee, lied about his identity, and told numerous lies about how he got home the morning Natalee disappeared-- yet he says one day he will tell the truth.

Joran and the Kalpoe brothers initially told police investigators they dropped Holloway off at the Holiday Inn where she was staying, but ten days later after being arrested they all changed their stories.

Unfortunately, the investigation had been drastically compromised by the prosecutor and polis who had neglected to arrest these three - knowing these suspects had lied. The Polis knew the "witnesses" lied because within the first 24 hours the Holiday Inn security cameras showed no sign of the Alabama teen having been returned to the hotel.

After admitting he had lied about dropping Holloway off at the hotel, Joran said he left Natalee at the beach near the Marriot hotel, but he continued to lie about surrounding circumstances. Joran has told four different versions of how he got home that night:

  1. The Kalpoes dropped him off at home and drove off with Natalee
  2. He left her at the beach and walked home
  3. Deepak picked him up from the beach near the Marriott
  4. Satish picked him up from the beach

The Kalpoe brothers deny they ever picked Joran up from the beach. In fact, they state they went home, got on the computer and Satish went to bed because he had school the next day.

Why create the first lie if you are innocent?

Why lie about your identity?

Why the lie about when you met Natalee Holloway?

Police chief Gerold Dompig stated: “Joran Van Der Sloot "lies a lot" and it would take days to recount them all.”

The ‘A Current Affair' interview with Jerry Wagschal, showed Joran stating he would tell the truth one day. We are still waiting for the truth about what these criminals did to Natalee Holloway. Joran and his father know what they did to Natalee Holloway.


Joran Van Der Sloot and the Kalpoe brothers originally told police they dropped Natalee Holloway off at the Holiday Inn into the custody of a black security guard:

They said they dropped her off at her hotel about 2 a.m. and last saw her being approached by a black man in a black security guard uniform before they drove off, a lawyer for the brothers has said.


VAN SUSTEREN: Did you actually say that to Deepak, or did you think that?

VAN DER SLOOT: And then that's when we — that's when we made up a story to say, you know, that we didn't — that we dropped her off at the Holiday Inn.

VAN SUSTEREN: Whose idea was it to make up the story, yours or Deepak's?

VAN DER SLOOT: It was — it was kind of both ours.


After the original Holiday Inn lie was debunked, Van Der Sloot said he left Holloway at the beach and told four different versions of how he got home.

1. Joran tells police he was dropped off at his house and the Kalpoe brothers, Deepak and Satish, drove off with Natalee Holloway:

One of the trio detained since June 9, the Dutch son of a judicial official, is now saying that his two Surinamese friends — who are brothers — dropped him off at his house after he exchanged e-mail addresses with Holloway and said goodnight, Lejuez said.


2. Joran tells police he left Natalee at the Marriot beach and walked home:

On the record, Greta Van Susteren Wednesday, August 24, 2005-

VAN SUSTEREN: What is it that the phone call at 2:40 in the morning between Joran and your client was about? What were they talking about?

KOCK: Of course, that was not with my client. But my client says that what he was saying was that he was walking home, that he left the girl on the beach and that he's walking home. And afterwards, the call after 3:00 o'clock was to actually call in and say that he got home. So you know, if you look at the distance that it would take you to walk, that also concurs a little bit with the elapsed time between the two phone calls.


Vanity Fair article, January 2, 2006

Under questioning, however, Joran did change his story. Instead of leaving Natalee at the Holiday Inn, he now said, the Kalpoes had dropped him and Natalee off at the beach beside the Marriott, a half-mile north of the Holiday Inn; the area is a lovers' lane of sorts. He said Natalee was so drunk she was drifting in and out of consciousness. Joran said he left her at the beach and walked home.


3. Joran tells police Deepak Kalpoe picked him up at the beach near the Marriot:

Joran Van Der Sloot's June 14, 2005 statement to police investigators:

Deepak had said that I have left my shoes at the Marriott Hotel. Deepak told me not to worry, because he'd pick the shoes up tomorrow for me. I had left a pair of white with blue shoes of the brand "K-Swias" [sic], size "14" on the beach. These shoes I bought in the United States.

What I also could mention is that during the drive Deepak told me that he was free the next morning that he didn't have to go to work. I told Deepak that I did have school and that I was tired.

I was left on May 30th, around 3:45 am at my house by Deepak. During exiting the car I asked him if he was going to go online. Deepak told me yes. Furthermore I had told him that I would call him the next day. I had asked Deepak if he could pick up the shoes that I had left on the beach. Deepak told me that he would pick up the shoes immediately. Then Deepak drove away.

4. Joran tells police Satish Kalpoe picked him up at the beach near the Marriot:

Joran van Der Sloot's June 29, 2005 statement to Aruban police:

When I was picked by Satish around quarter to three (02:45am) I was barefoot. I went to sit in front, next to Satish. I don't exclude the possibility that I had sand on my feet. Definitely did white sand from my feet stay behind on the floormat of the Honda. I had left my shoes (sneakers) on the beach. I had told Satish where I had left my shoes (sneakers).

Joran Van Der Sloot says he knows the truth and will tell it one day at his bidding:

Joran Van Der Sloot interview with Carl Wagschal, A Current Affair:

WAGSCHAL: Well, I think if you can explain to people what really happened and you were really forthcoming, the more forthcoming you are, the more chance there is of you to get on with your life.

VAN DER SLOOT: One day, I will explain exactly what happened. But right now, I don`t -- I don`t feel ready to do that.



At the same time, he told "Primetime" that his version of events is hard to believe. When asked why, after all the lying he's done, his word should be credible, he said, "There's absolutely no reason to believe me." "I would probably not believe myself, no," he added.

Natalee and her family deserve justice - and we will not let up until they have it.

Natalee's Freebirds


Anonymous said...

The birth of Joran is a mystery. It might link to a very high ruling Dutch official in Hague. Even the true age of Joran is a big lie. Paulus never had shown Joran's birth certificate to the America Media that Joran is not underage drinking and gambling. He just blindly denied the scrutiny of his son's authenicity by the American public. The Queen at those times when Paulus was a young good looking lawyer intern at the Palace Legal Consult was still at child bearing bracket. Who knows what might had happened. The Queen was the chief trustee of the Consult. She promoted Paulus to be her personal legal chaplain, as civil servant very close and confidant to the Queen. Her royal bedroom was facing the chaplain's study room. So the Dutch dare not touch Paulus and Joran.

MD said...

All well and good, but you have absolutely NO room to complain about Aruba it is a foreign country everyone was aware of that prior to deciding to go on the TRIP, you were NOT in the United States, so their ways were AND are the prevailing "rules of the road," and as unfortunate as Natalie's death was, whenever it came to DUTCH process, or the lack thereof it was foolish to assert otherwise. That is how the ugly American is created, the assertion of a "Right" that never existed in a loud, obnoxious, demanding, accusatory, rude, tone...

She went too far by embarrassing the Dutch.