May 12, 2007


**This was sent to me by a boycott was translated from Easywriter. Thanks dude!

Saturday, May 12, 2007

*** ALERT ***

This morning at 7:00 a.m., a team of local policemen, accompanied by members of the Dutch team, went to the home of the Kalpoe brothers for the Dutch to further familiarize themselves with the area.

Deepak and Satish resisted the action and were handcuffed and taken away by the local authorities accompanied by members of the Dutch team.

The reporters of the DIARIO were the only ones present during this action, and we have exclusive photos of the temporary arrest for resisting an official action by the authorities. The Kalpoe brothers were brought back to the house one hour later. The authorities are now wrapping up the action and moving away from the area. Will keep you informed if and when things develop in a more specific direction.

Posted by EasyWriter at 8:21 AM

*** NEW ALERT ***

The Kalpoe brothers have been detained for questioning!


Anonymous said...

The Dutch are inserting frames of false hopes into the American mind who always try to forget or forgive. The Arubans are mean people.

Sam said...

Why did the kalpoe's refuse to let them view their property? What are they hiding there? What are they afraid of?

"If you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to fear."

Anonymous said...

Actually the Dutch are just doing this stuff to get Aruba off the hook. Most americans who aren't very familiar with the details of the case. Now see that the dutch are searching all these areas. The Van der Sloots, the Kalpoes. And are finding nothing. They will now believe that Aruba has done everything in there power to solve this case. They even brought in the Dutch. And they couldn't find anything either. Most Americans don't know that the Aruban police and Gov't have covered this case up from the beginning. And watching American News shows won't show them the truth. Greta still uses words like bungled to explain the police work. When she knows very well that it was covered up. The Dutch are trying to help Aruba win back tourist.