January 18, 2008


THANK YOU BETH! We will always stand behind you, Natalee and justice.

We are over 2 years strong, it is a known fact that we've made a huge dent in Aruba's reputation and economy, and I am not planning on giving up.

You have many allies for life.

January 16, 2008


Today on the Oprah Show Beth and Matt Holloway will be appearing. I don’t know what the content of the show will be, but make sure to watch Oprah! Check your local listings for the time.

Good luck Beth and Matt! We will all be watching and praying for you.

Don’t give up.

Because we aren’t.

January 13, 2008


Watch it for yourself. Judge for yourself. What kind of behavior is this from a supposedly "innocent" boy?! And yes, I mean BOY. He resembles and is nothing near what a man is or should be. I guess he learned that from his daddy. He is nothing but a spoiled mommy's boy who throws tantrums when he doesn't get his way.

Also don't forget check out Daddy Sloot...he is smiling after he sees the wine flying. Anita is just in oblivion not noticing anything. No wonder she is absolutely delusional. She is disgustingly clueless and has no idea what is going on around her.

Watch the VIDEO HERE

January 11, 2008


**Another great piece by my favorite "Natalee's Freebirds"! Keep on rockin'!

"We've been working 50 years, day and night, to build up tourism,"

When questioned about a cover up taking place, Jorge Pesquera, then President of Aruba's AHATA replied,

"Yes...yes there was."
(p. 194 Beth Holloway book Loving Natalee).

Now that the criminal case against the 3 main suspects in Natalee Holloway's disappearance has been closed by Aruban officials, perhaps it is time for Prime Minister Nelson Oduber to make good on his intentions.

On November 9 of 2005, Nelson Oduber stated that he would like an "investigation into the investigation" conducted. He reiterated this intent in late January of 2006.

We agree it is high time for such an investigation.

With the numerous questionable and downright unethical activities of law enforcement, judiciary members, and government officials - Miss Holloway's fellow U.S. citizens request the documented facts that show who played key roles in "making mistakes" in this investigation.

From the detectives involved, to the initial prosecutor handling differing suspects and witnesses in different manners, to the judges ruling inconsistently and in a biased manner - we agree with Aruba's Prime Minister, in that there is definite cause for an in-depth look into these actions.

Greta Van Susteren - April 13
Professor from the Netherlands

“The investigation doesn't strike me as an example of professionalism. The investigation from the onset was somewhat bungled.”



ORANJESTAD(AAN): Dutch criminal law experts recently expressed big criticism about the Aruban police investigation into the disappearance of Natalee Holloway. They call the investigation methods strange and unprofessional.

“It is incomprehensible that police, after an important tip about the location of Natalee Holloway’s body, to not go search immediately.” ~ criminal law scholar of the University of Amsterdam, Menno Dolman

“This is very strange. Normally the area is closed off immediately, to dig and search for clues, but not in Aruba”. ~ legal psychologist, Peter van Koppen

“Total madness. “This is a total error” ~ criminal law expert of the University of Leiden, Hans Nijboer

“The media is the last option for investigators, you do not give out information that only the guilty could know.” ~ criminal law scholar of the University of Amsterdam, Menno Dolman


Aruba’s prime minister believes that authorities made mistakes at the start of the investigation of the Natalee Holloway case. ~ Ruben Trapenberg, Aruban Government Spokesperson



The Premier also made the promise that when the Holloway investigation ends, to bring an investigation into finding out what and how things went wrong.

posted by Getagrip @ 11/10/2005 12:45:00 AM

Jan 23, 2006

Oduber wants the discrepancies in the Holloway-case be investigated

ARUBA -- After the Holloway-case is closed, Prime Minister Nelson Oduber (MEP) wants a thorough investigation be conducted on the course of everything that had to do with the investigation on the disappeared American teenager, especially the begin phase. He thinks that mistakes were made especially in this phase.

*Will Prime Minister stand true to his own words?

*Will he finally authorize an unbiased agency to conduct an investigation into the persons and activities associated with this case?

*Will Aruba open their dossier to a competent investigative team for all the world to see what “mistakes” were made and by whom?

Prime Minister Nelson Oduber has made numerous differing statements about his true feelings about Natalee Holloway, her family, and his country’s investigation into her disappearance.

*Will the world finally be able to see if Aruba's Prime Minister is a man of his word?

*Does he finally realize that coming clean with the truth about this investigation will be the first step in repairing Aruba’s damaged tourism numbers?

Natalee and her family deserve justice, and we will not let up until they have it!

Natalee’s Freebirds


January 07, 2008


Tourists are avoiding the Netherlands because of the expensive euro

7 January 2008

LEIDSCHENDAM – American, Canadian and Japanese holidaymakers are avoiding the Netherlands because of the expensive euro. This emerged from the annual figures for 2007 from the Netherlands Board of Tourism & Conventions.

The number of visitors from the US fell by 3 percent last year. That was a smaller decline than in the number of visitors from Canada and Japan, which came to 11 and 15 percent, respectively.

The decline in the number of visitors from North America and Japan was largely compensated by the increase of the number of visitors from countries like Belgium (up 11 percent), Spain (10 percent), Finland (10 percent), Russia (14 percent), China (14 percent) and India (13 percent).On balance the number of foreign tourists to the Netherlands rose by 3 percent in 2007. In total more than 11 million foreigners spent their holidays here, compared to 10.7 million in 2006.