November 25, 2008


Last night on Greta Van Susteren, she revealed an interview she did with Joran in Thailand. WHY? Joran wanted to come out with the "real truth" this time.

The real truth?

How many "truths" are there?

This time Joran's truth amounted to the fact that he did not dump Natalee's body into the ocean. This "truth" comes in the form of "I sold Natalee for $10,000 to some guy" he met while gambling a few days before meeting Natalee.

While some of his admissions could be plausible, I DO NOT believe this version of his "truth".

However, I do believe that this COULD have happened--but it did not pan out because Natalee was drugged and overdosed on the beach. Maybe this was his original plan, but "something bad happened" which interrupted the course of his intentions.

I surmised in a previous post that Joran could have learned about the sex trafficking business while living in Aruba as a teenager because one does not just enter into the world of human trafficking on a whim. He had to learn how to do this prior to Peter De Vries capturing him on video tape in Thailand luring women into the "business". It was evident in the undercover video that he was a pro. He was clear and concise on how he would get these girls phony identification and work permits and what they would have to do in order to earn their keep. SEE HERE.

However, last night's "confession" was unclear, murky, and full of holes. Complete with empty and unanswered questions of previous confessions. If he really did sell Natalee to this unknown man, then why did he tell the police in his interrogations that she was dead? He wouldn't have had to say these things if he REALLY passed her off to some unknown man on a boat.

This comment was left on Greta's blog last night by a man named "Bill" that I agreed with 100%:

"Over the past 15 years, I have interviewed countless young people, who have been accused of committing a variety of offenses, some of which were violent offenses, and I have developed an interview approach that helps me sort out their credibility. In my opinion, after watching the interview this evening, I have no doubt that this young man was dishonest about much of what he said. His answers to questions were vague, time frames shifted continuously, and the actions he described just didn’t make sense. What is really puzzling is what motivates him to continue to talk about what he may or may not have done. It may be that he likes the media attention, but that is risky and can backfire, it may be that he is experiencing a significant mental illness, or he may be one of those rare antisocial personalities that will continue to cause pain and suffering to everyone they run into (in some way or another)..."

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Joran said it all. It's just his death bed talk. He wish the world ill.