Kalpoe Brothers to Be Released in Aruba - Now Van der Sloot released also
And none of them, according to their defense attorney's can ever be re-arrested ever again. Case is closed:
Prosecutors said they will not appeal the decision.
Two other suspects, Deepak and Satish Kalpoe, were released last week.
A statement from the public prosecutor's office said the judge, in his decision, found that the authorities' "recent investigation has not resulted in more direct evidence than before that Natalee Holloway has died as a result of a violent crime against her or that the suspect has been involved in such a crime."
Authorities arrested all three young men last month, citing new and incriminating evidence but not offering specifics. All three -- who were arrested and released during the investigation in 2005 -- were charged last month with involvement in the "voluntary manslaughter" of Holloway, as well as assault and battery leading to her death.
As I suspected from the very beginning, as this latest story broke. From Fox News:
Two suspects rearrested in the Aruba disappearance of Natalee Holloway will be released. [Ed.note] Again, and again, and again, and again.............................
Court officials said the detention of two brothers held since last Wednesday would not be extended.
A judge last Friday had ordered an extended detention of Surinamese brothers Satish and Deepak Kalpoe in the disappearance of Holloway after reviewing new evidence in the case of the missing teenager.
Investigators were focusing in part on cell phone calls and text messages between the suspects, prosecutor Dop Kruimel told The Associated Press.
"It's part of the investigation," she said, declining to give further details. "We do everything we can to see what happened."
Holloway, of Mountain Brook, Ala., was last seen leaving a bar with the Kalpoes and Joran van der Sloot the three on May 30, 2005, hours before she was scheduled to board a plane home with high school classmates celebrating their graduation on the Dutch Caribbean island. She was 18 at the time.
A search by hundreds of volunteers, soldiers, police and FBI agents, even Dutch air force planes, turned up no trace of her. Her father, Dave Holloway, told The Associated Press he plans to launch a new effort to find her remains off the island's coast, using private boats.
Prosecutors said they had ordered the three men re-arrested and disclosed that they had new evidence, although officials declined to provide any details.
The Kalpoe brothers and the van der Sloot individual, were the last three people on this planet to have been seen, and have acknowledged to have been with her, before she vanished from the planet--this must be gut wrenching for the family of Natalee.
As the old saw goes, law in this lifetime, justice in the next.