Original Post Date: 2-26-10
Natalee Holloway was 18 when she was last seen in the early hours of May 30, 2005, leaving an Oranjestad, Aruba, nightclub with Joran van der Sloot and two other men, brothers Deepak and Satish Kalpoe. She was visiting Aruba with about 100 classmates celebrating their graduation from Mountain Brook High School in suburban Birmingham, Alabama.
Joran van der Sloot has told a television station that he dumped Natalee's body "in a swamp on the north end of the island."
Arubaís Chief Prosecutor Peter Blanken said. "It couldn't be true. We talked with several witnesses and reviewed several facts. The story is unbelievable and not true, in my opinion."
Although in Peter Blankenís statement he says he doesn't believe Joran's confession is true, it would seem reverse speech analysis has revealed Aruba's Chief Prosecutor does believe van der Sloot did murder her. But he has no intention of having the marsh searched without the precise location of Natalee's remains being given.
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CNN - Nancy Grace with Aruba's Chief Prosecutor Peter Blanken 2-23-10
I understand that Joran Van Der Sloot has given another taped confession. Is that correct?
[Well I don't think it is a confession]. He has given an interview, and he has made a version of what could have happened.
We investigated the declaration he makes, statement he made, and [we found that what he said] was another lie.
And some facts about the location we investigated, [uh and they uh appeared not to be] true.
And we asked if it was possible to for Joran to come to Aruba and to point out where in that swamp he [uh should have if he] claims to have put the body. And then we can investigate that spot.
[Want he, he wanted, he said he wanted to clear his] conscience. So let him tell where he put the body.
Reverse speech found by David Oates and Naomi Longson, from Joran van der Sloot, indicates he has knowledge of, and is involved in the murder of Natalee. These can be heard at Reverse Speech.com: Joran van der Sloot