October 23, 2008

BONAIRE MURDER CASE SOLVED--HOW CONVENIENT


Seems as though the suspect Ryan P. has confessed to killing Marlies van der Kouwe. It's surprising they took his word for it considering when Joran confessed to killing Natalee the Aruban prosecutor (Hans Mos) did NOTHING. I am glad that justice will be served for Marlies, but I am DAMN MAD that a confession in Aruba means NOTHING!!!



Will someone find Joran and just take him out?! I'm being rather blunt this morning, but I'm damn pissed off and sick and tired of the thought that this bastard is still walking the streets. At least OJ got his karma shoved back in his sorry-ass...among other things that are waiting for him.


The Dutch get justice for one of their own...but for an American? Forget it.


BOYCOTT ARUBA!


WILLEMSTAD – The murder of Marlies van der Kouwe seems to be solved. Suspect Ryan P. has confessed that he has strangled Marlies, said P.’s mother today.


The 27-year old man said that he wanted to steal Marlies’ bag, but when the victim put up a fight and grabbed her attacker by the throat, he strangled her. The mother says that her son made a confession before the police in the presence of his lawyer and her. P. had also told the police that he had strangled Marlies at the location where he had pulled her off her bike. He then transported the body with a motorbike to the place where the 24-year old pharmacist-assistant was found late last week. His mother says that Ryan is remorseful of what happened.


The victim disappeared in the night of Saturday, September 20 to Sunday, September 21. She was pulled off her bicycle on her way home. Her remains were finally found in the mondi (woods) behind the Amboina neighbourhood last Friday. Ryan P., who was suspected of kidnapping then and murder now, is in custody since four weeks ago. He was transferred to the Bon Futuro-prison in Curacao after Marlies’ remains were found. He was flown back to Bonaire yesterday evening under strict police escort. To get more clarity in the case, the police took him to the place where Marlies was found on Friday. Several media reported that where the skull and some bones were found on Friday is not far from where the rest of the remains were found. The suspect is not allowed visitors, with the exception of his lawyer and the investigation team. Such measure is taken to make sure that the suspect cannot frustrate the investigation by for example influencing witnesses, said the ANP.


http://www.amigoe.com/artman/publish/artikel_48337.php



14 comments:

donald said...

So we can depend on these "countries" to solve crime when (and if) the criminal comes forward and confesses.
We should all feel much safer now.

Anonymous said...

Many voters said our current government's faith in Dutch is a mistake. We should never trust the Dutch in Afganistan or Aruba. The Dutch sold us out.

Anonymous said...

Joran represents the ugly head of the Dutch government, it will be soon chopped off to resolve our national crisis.

Anonymous said...

The Dutch economy has suffered another meltdown. The Hague government said the Kingdom's GDP tumbled by a worse-than-expected 2.3% in the third quarter, its worst performance since 2005. The main cause is the Joran-Queen Scandal. More and more people are demonstrating on the streets. They want the Queen to resign and get rid of all the judges who violated the Dutch economics and business laws. The judges received huge bonuses from the Aruba AHTA last few years.

Anonymous said...

The Queen's spokesperson said the Queen has been tested in the Natalee Case. And she loves and stands by Aruba.

Anonymous said...

Joran the Murderer is something the Queen trying to avoid in this early Dutch general election in Holland. People are connecting Joran the Murderer to the failure of the Dutch Aruban banks. Queen Beatrix is the largest invester and developer in Aruba. She solely financed the construction of Aruba Queen Beatrix International Airport with the risky government tax deferred bonds. That measure costed the Dutch Treasury over 7 billion dollars last decade.

Anonymous said...

No doubt is the boycott and bad ecomony that kill Aruba and Holland completely. The common Dutch people are suffering, but the rich royal families are still enjoying their outdoor picnics in the palaces. This is a shame and outrage.

Anonymous said...

The reputation of the Dutch government have been severely damaged. It's bad name has been casted in stone. Netherlans is viewed as a very unpredictable EU member, all because of the coverup of Joran's crimes.

Anonymous said...

One rumor surfaced in Aruba that Natalee who was severely beated by Joran on her head with his heavy big size Swiss tennis shoe. And Natalee died a couple hours later.

Anonymous said...

Han Mos was going rogue in recent Aruba news and defending the solved Bonaire murder case. Mos said American law and Dutch law are different but effective and equivalent. Mos is looking out for his political future with another term of chief prosecutor appointment.

Anonymous said...

There are tensions between Aruba and Bonaire. The German police have asked the Bonaire police to join force in searching Natalee in Aruba.

Anonymous said...

The Bonaire and German police are more productive, detailed and practical than the Dutch Aruba police. For one thing, they are not corrupt, said Han Pos, the Dutch film activist in Holland.

Anonymous said...

Hotel workers in Aruba looking to escape the financial meltdown and hardships are scrambling to relocate their families to far away places like India, China and Russia.

Anonymous said...

We're taking aggressive action to stop suppression of Aruba South voters," says Jerry Dumpig, general instruction monitor for the AVP Party.