January 07, 2009

PULL THE STRING ON HANS MOS' BACK AND HEAR ON REPEAT--"WE'RE NEARING THE END"

How many times are we going to hear this rhetoric from Aruba? That is about as many times as Joran has lied. Instead of feeling hopeful, Beth Holloway must roll her eyes every time she hears this crap now.


END THE B.S.


There is no such "end" of a potential murder case. This case will always remain open. The statements made by individual Aruba spokespeople and/or officials are using this tactic to make Natalee's case "go away" so they can "move on". They are using words to sidetrack, dupe and lessen the impact Natalee's case has had on this island.



HANS MOS--PUPPET, LIAR OR CONSPIRATOR?


Has Mos is either (a) an outright liar; (b) a hypocrite; (c) a puppet; or (d) a complete bullshitter.

He claims in the article below, "If you have relevant information — no matter how small or uninteresting it may seem — please notify my office or the police."

What about the information Greta had for him that he refused to look at? What about the witnesses who HAVE come forward, yet were quickly dismissed? What about the tips that have come in that have never been investigated or ignored? Don't forget, Hans Mos office usually does not return calls and is never in his office. He must take really long lunches.


IT AIN'T OVER TILL THE FAT LADY SINGS


Bottom line: Aruba is spinning their BS and will only make it worse if they keep using the phrase, "closing the case" or the word "end". It will only make people angrier and their tourism will forever be marred.



SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico – Aruban prosecutors said Tuesday their investigation into the 2005 disappearance of U.S. teenager Natalee Holloway is nearing the end and appealed for anyone with information to come forward.

Chief Prosecutor Hans Mos said his office still needs "at least another few months" to investigate statements made by the only remaining suspect, Joran van der Sloot, during a hidden-camera interview which was broadcast on Dutch television last year.

But he then said prosecutors "are approaching the end of this lengthy investigation."

"If you have relevant information — no matter how small or uninteresting it may seem — please notify my office or the police," Mos said in a statement Tuesday.

Holloway, from Mountain Brook, Alabama, was last seen in May 2005 leaving a bar in the Aruban capital Oranjestad with Van der Sloot on the final night of a high school graduation trip to the island. She was 18 at the time.

No trace of Holloway has ever been found despite extensive searches involving hundreds of volunteers, Aruban soldiers, FBI agents and even Dutch F-16 jets with special equipment.

Aruban investigators reopened the case last year based on the hidden-camera recordings made by Dutch television crime reporter Peter R. de Vries.

But judges rejected an attempt to re-arrest Van der Sloot for statements he made on the Dutch TV show. The hidden-camera recordings showed Van der Sloot saying he was with Holloway when she died on the Dutch Caribbean island and that he had a friend dump her body at sea.

Mos, without disclosing specifics, said the TV program caused a "new stream of information" regardless of the appeals court decision blocking authorities from arresting Van der Sloot for a third time based on the statements.

"My office does not want to disclose these results to the suspect and thus make him wiser even before he has been confronted with these results," Mos said, referring to Van der Sloot, who was last known to be living in Thailand.

In November, Ann Angela, a spokeswoman for the Aruba Prosecutors' Office, said authorities hoped to decide by the end of 2008 whether to prosecute Van der Sloot or close the case for good.


http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090107/ap_on_re_la_am_ca/cb_aruba_missing_teen


7 comments:

Anonymous said...

A judge ordered that Joran not be rearrested. Would this be one of the same judges that trained Paulus to be a judge?

Anonymous said...

Ann Angela is a part time spokeswoman for the Aruba Prosecutors' Office. Her other job is to develop and promote the new escort tourism in Aruba. So you can see there is a grave conflict of interest in the Prosecutors' Office. As a matter of fact, Hans Mos is Pimp Lord of the Aruba Escort Commission (sex workers' labor union).

Anonymous said...

Hans Mos plans to hold a news conference on the Natalee case sometime next week to demonstrate that the Prosecutor's Office is candid and forthcoming in opening Aruba's files on this special murder investigation. The files will detail the involvement of the royal family in the beginning days of investigation of Joran's criminal background and history.

Anonymous said...

The royal family favors Joran for some unspecific reasons. The Dutch people and public media want to find why the royal family was so involved in this Natalee case, and why the coverup for Joran. Also Joran's spending money were drawn multiple times from ATM linked to the royal family owned company accounts. A royal newborn baby was missing and not reported some 20 years ago, according to the latest tipster informnant.

Anonymous said...

The alarm has been triggered that Joran has acted and behaved very similar to Adolf Hitler as he grown into adulthood, like exposing nudity, roaring temperment and endless lies manufacturing. The birth history of the royal surrogate mother had been leaked, and surfaced into the Internet. The Hitler history researchers always suspect that Holand is the original birthplace of Adolf Hitler.

Anonymous said...

The "Sloot" word comes from the high German word "Sluotagenard", meaning underground bunker. That might mean something.

Michelle said...

Actually "Sloot" means "of the ditch" in Dutch.

Coincidence? Or creepy premise for a horror movie?