Three Years--Still No Justice for Natalee Holloway
For those who have followed the case, a lot has occurred in the past year, and a lot of justice has been denied.
In February, 2008, Joran van der Sloot was secretly video recorded on various occasions by Patrick van der Eem, a paid undercover rogue, hired by Holland's version of John Walsh, Peter de Vries.
Joran told Patrick, “I only spent 2 hours with her. I finger fucked her, she jerked me off, I just wanted to ask her for a blow job went she started shaking... I didn't lose a nights sleep, I have to look good."
Joran admits to Patrick that he wasn't sure if Natalee was dead or not. "I was shaking the bitch...she was having convulsions." Thinking she was dead, he told Patrick that he had someone take a boat out to dispose of her body. He snickered when he mocked and characterized her death and then quickly changed his tone grunting, "Why does this shit have to happen to me?"
From December, 2007 to February, 2008, Natalee's father, Dave Holloway, Texas EquuSearch owner, Tim Miller, and a self made multimillionaire, Louis Schaefer, who owns a vessel called "The Persistence" which specializes in deep sea explorations, have been searching for her in a perimeter about the size of Manhattan.
As of February, the project has been put on hold due to mounting costs and the need of donors. Click on Persistence's website HERE. See how they operate, their use of sophisticated under water search technology, how the search is going, and the crew's next step in finding Natalee Holloway.
As for Joran van der "Slut" (as he's been called in the blogosphere world) he is like a Nazi in hiding due to his cold blooded confession of causing the death of Natalee Holloway. However, due to the pathetic Dutch legal system, he STILL has not been charged and is living freely in the Netherlands, although no one knows for sure where he's at because he is a marked man.
(Source) MOUNTAIN BROOK, Ala. --- Charlotte Botsford is a Mountain Brook youth pastor. She said Natalee Holloway's senior trip disappearance has forced parents to scale down the annual tradition. “From what I can tell it has changed significantly. A lot of students are going to the beach or the lake and they are taking a lot parents with them,” Botsford recalled.
Today we reached Holloway's father by phone at his Meridian, Mississippi office. He said the last three years have felt like a heartbreaking dream which won't end. “I never would have thought that we would be here three years later talking about it and we're really not any further along than we were in the first few weeks,” Holloway remembered. Holloway does have hope that recent sonar searches off the Aruban coast could solve the mystery.
Meanwhile back in Mountain Brook, today's anniversary came as a surprise to two women at the English Village. “Oh wow, it has been three years. Three years exactly. She and I were in classes together when I was in Mountain Brook. It was a complete shock, but i didn't realize it had been exactly three years,” Holloway classmate Katherine Ford said.
Ford remembered the day she saw her classmate's picture on the news and said ever since she decided to reinforce her self-awareness. “You have to vigilant at all times especially as a woman it's very important, be cautious in the world we're in. No place is perfectly safe. Not even Mountain Brook,” Ford pointed out.
Dave Holloway said ocean floor sonar searches off the coast of Aruba found about 170 targets. Due to bad weather and technological limitations, they were only able to examine a handful of those targets. Holloway hopes to resume the searches as soon as possible.