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« on: July 15, 2008, 09:28:34 PM »

On June 9, 2005 Joran van der Sloot, Deepak Kalpoe, and Satish Kalpoe were arrested for pre-trial detention as suspects in Natalee’s disappearance. On that same day, Aruban officials impounded Deepak Kalpoe’s car. At approximately 8:30 that night, a search for blood was conducted inside that vehicle. That same day, FBI officials compiled a report of blood sample comparisons from their findings in that car. One week later, DNA lab results came back from the FBI’s forensic laboratory in Quantico.

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Blood Samples
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The "Diario," a local daily newspaper, is reporting that a human blood sample found in a car at the residence of one of the teens in custody — the 17-year-old son of a high-ranking island judicuary official — is now being sent to the U.S. and will be tested for a possible match to Natalee, whose mother gave a blood sample to investigators.


http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,159252,00.html


The next day, June 10, 2005, DNA samples were taken from Beth Twitty and Dave Holloway in Aruba. June 10, 2005 brought us another important occurrence in this case – a confession was made by one of the suspects arrested the previous day.



Chief of Police, Gerold Dompig
CBS NEWS
June 10, 2005
http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2005/06/10/national/main700829.shtml



Holloway's family rushed late Friday to an old stone lighthouse beside Arisha beach after Deputy Police Commissioner Gerold Dompig told The Associated Press that one of three young men in custody admitted that "something bad happened" to Holloway and was leading police to the scene of the alleged crime.







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« Reply #1 on: July 15, 2008, 09:29:47 PM »

In regard to blood in the car, even Oduber said it was definately blood:

Aruba by Dave Holloway: pg. 180

(Art Woods and Dave Holloway were meeting with Amalin Flanegan, a prosecutor who had resigned from Natalee's case, to determine why she had resigned.)

"We explained how we were first told that there was blood in Deepak's car. Then there was no blood in the car. The seat had been cut out of the car, and it tested positive for blood. Then, it supposedly tested positive for choclate syrup and cleaning fluid. But, the prime minister had said that it was definately blood, and a police officer that Art talked to said it tested positive for blood."


Aruba by Dave Holloway: pg. 180
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« Reply #2 on: July 15, 2008, 09:31:01 PM »

ABC News:
BLOOD WAS FOUND IN THE TRUNK OF THE CAR.

Diario Newspaper
human blood sample found in a car at the residence of one of the teens in custody

Prime Minster Oduber
BETH HOLLOWAY TWITTY: Absolutely. That`s what I would love to know. On June 11, he states on international media in front of me -- I had no idea what he was about to disclose -- that there was blood in the Kalpoes` vehicle, there was DNA, there was blood. Where is that? Even (INAUDIBLE) went so far to cut interior portions from the car -- the back seat, the ceiling. You know, what happened with that?

FBI and Several Aruban Police officers
FBI: Told the Family there was Blood was all over the Kalpoe car.
Art Wood, a retired Secret Service agent helping the Holloway family investigate the case, said: "That blood was sent to Holland and it came back as being cleaning fluid and chocolate. That's what the test results show. But an Aruban police officer who worked on the investigation told me there was definitely blood in that car. I think the wrong sample was deliberately sent to Holland.


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Art Wood, a retired Secret Service agent helping the Holloway family investigate the case, said: "That blood was sent to Holland and it came back as being cleaning fluid and chocolate. That's what the test results show. But an Aruban police officer who worked on the investigation told me there was definitely blood in that car. I think the wrong sample was deliberately sent to Holland.

The "Diario," a local daily newspaper, is reporting that a human blood sample found in a car at the residence of one of the teens in custody — the 17-year-old son of a high-ranking island judicuary official — is now being sent to the U.S. and will be tested for a possible match to Natalee, whose mother gave a blood sample to investigators.

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« Reply #4 on: July 15, 2008, 09:33:28 PM »

Sunday, June 12, 2005
Natalee Holloway: Blood In Car Unrelated To Case
Sorry if this is all over the Internet. I decided to get some sleep and have been informed that ABC reported on air that early tests indicate the blood found in the Honda suggest that it is unrelated to the case.

I'm just getting going and will try to confirm, or read around and see if I just told you old news. It's my understanding that, if true, this is an ABC scoop. ABC doesn't usually break something if they are uncertain - unlike, um, some MSM networks i won't mention. ; ) One call to an island source couldn't confirm - developing.

Update2:

Reader and attorney Jay Lewin confirms the above and offers the following.

"Sources say that prelimary blood tests disclose that the blood found in the back seat of the car on which Natalee Hollway and Joren Van der Sloot were allegedly sitting is unrelated to the case. Given the time periods involved, it would appear that these prelimary tests are blood-typing tests and not DNA tests that take a longer period of time. Of course there could be prelimary DNA results if the reported dates that the blood samples were taken were inaccurate."
So what are they saying here? Definately blood but not Natalee's blood type, that is how I am reading it. So whose blood was it and how did it go from definately blood to cleaning fluid and chocolate.

If not blood-typing, but rhather DNA tests, then
1) samples had to have been taken earlier than Thursday...which indicates the cover-up and
2) if it was a DNA test, no way they could have eliminated that it was not Natalee's blood, I don't think Beth and Dave gave blood samples until Monday

Update 3:

A translation of item below offered in comments from Splaka at hasibokos.com - a fine site I wish I could read. And I do mean that. -- The translation of the Dutch article published today in Telegraaf is: Title: More proof against Joran: Dark clouds hang above the head of Joran van of the S.

There has been more proof that the 17-birthday son has of a Dutch judge had something to do with the disappearance of the American student Natalee Holloway in Aruba. Joran is one of the last persons to see the 18-birthday girl alive.

She went missing during a school trip to the Caribische island. Joran was the first one to be heard as a witness, but since Thursday he has become a suspected facing charges for murder, manslaughter and abduction with the dead as consequence.

Also his two Surinamese friends, Satish and Deepak K., were taken. Sources, that have seen excerpts of the declaration of the Surinamese brothers, affirm that Joran and Natalee kissed on the back seat of the car. There has been also some sexual activity between them. Meanwhile blood tracks have been found in the car.


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Natalee Holloway's Family Clings to Hope
Monday June 13, 2005
The family of Natalee Holloway was bravely clinging to faith that the attractive honor student might still be found alive, after an emotional rollercoaster weekend marked by a onslaught of conflicting press reports from Aruba that repeatedly dashed then lifted their hopes, but left everyone involved frustrated.

Although there seemed to be indications that a break in the case of the missing teen may come soon, authorities in Aruba ceased all communications Sunday after a weekend of conflicting statements by officials that made the justice system officals in the tiny country seem like the Keystone Cops, if not outright liars.

Breaking News Nightmare

Here is a timeline of the incredible events of the weekend:

-- Late Friday the Associated Press reported that one of the three men detained by officials on Thursday, who claimed to have dropped Natalee off at the Holiday Inn after taking her to the beach, had confessed to killing the teenager and was taking officials to the location of her body.

-- Almost immediately, the Associated Press changed their report to say one of the men said "something bad happened" to Natalee, not that she had been murdered. The report quoted Deputy Police Commissioner Gerold Dompig.

-- Before sunrise Saturday, Justice Minister Rudy Croes told Fox News that the report that one of the men had confessed was a "lie" and emphatically denied that anyone had confessed in the case.

-- CNN, however, said their reporters had confirmed the original report that one of the men had confessed and the cable news network continue to report throughout the day that Natalee's step-father was with investigators looking for her body.

-- In the meantime, at 6 a.m. Saturday, it was reported that a sixth man -- besides the two security guards detained June 5 and the three students detained Thursday -- had been arrested in connection with the case. Later in the day, it was revealed that this arrest had nothing to do with the Holloway case.

More Conflicting Reports

-- Twice during the afternoon Saturday, Justice Minister Croes told Fox News reporters that one of the students arrested was in fact talking and the discovery of Natalee's would come soon.

-- Saturday afternoon, Natalee's family members said they had not been informed of their daughter's body being found or told that there was even a search for her body.

-- Late Saturday afternoon, a judge ruled there was enough reason to continue holding the three students -- Satish Kalpoe, 18, and his brother, Deepak, 21, and Joran Andreas Petrus Van Der Sloot, 17.

-- It was reported Saturday that one of the security guards detained in the investigation would be released Sunday.

Misinformation Campaign

-- By 10 p.m. Saturday night, Croes denied, to the same reporter he told the story to earlier, that he ever confirmed the confession of one of the suspects, and said that he was the victim of a "misinformation campaign." Croes and other Aruban officials told reporters the investigation was at a "critical stage" and they expected a break Sunday.

-- Also Saturday night, Croes told Fox News that blood had been found in the car of one of the three students and the blood was being sent to the United States for further testing.

-- At noon Sunday, Aruba's Prime Minister asked for everyone to remain calm and said authorities were doing everything in their power to solve the case. He said he expected a resolution soon.

-- Sunday afternoon, Natalee's mother, Beth Twitty, said she believed that the three students knew exactly what happened to her daughter, and said the two former hotel security guards were not involved and should be released.

Substance in Car Not Blood

-- Attorney General Caren Janssen said there was still "reasonable suspicion" against the security guards, who have been held since June 5, and they would not be released. She said they were still "in the middle of an investigation."

-- Sunday afternoon, it was reported that the blood found in one of the student's car was not blood at all -- animal or human.

-- Sunday night, it was reported that Aruban police officials and Natalee's family had been asked by the Justice Ministry to stop talking to the press and give authorities time to complete their investigation, which they believed would happen soon.

As Monday morning dawned, as far as official reports from Aruba are concerned, the press and Natalee's family were back to square one -- no confession, no search for her body, no suspects released, no suspects officially charged, no real evidence that a crime has been committed, and no clue whatsoever as to the location of the pretty Alabama high school graduate who vanished May 30.

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Aruba Authorities Begin New Search for Clues

Tuesday, June 14, 2005




ORANJESTAD, Aruba — Investigators in Aruba began searching Tuesday in an area near the island's hotel district following a new tip in the mystery surrounding Natalee Holloway (search)'s disappearance.

A boy who found a pair of women's underpants, used condoms and condom wrappers near a small pond in the Palm Beach area north of the Alabama teenager's hotel phoned his find in to police.

Authorities said the area was a popular hangout among teens and that the items were nothing unusual, but a dearth of clues to Holloway's whereabouts was prompting police to follow every lead.

A representative of the Aruban prime minister's office and the police commissioner were on the scene, yet another indication of how eager the tranquil island paradise is to show the world it is taking the teen's disappearance seriously. Police Chief Jan van Stratten was to speak at a press conference Tuesday afternoon.

Police have so far have found few solid leads to Holloway's whereabouts, including DNA evidence.

Holloway's mother, Betty Holloway Twitty (search), has said she believes three young men in being held in police custody know what happened to her daughter. She has also implied that the Aruban government may be trying to protect one of the boys, Joran Van Der Sloot (search), an honors student at Aruba International School (search) and the son of a high-ranking judicial official on the Dutch Caribbean island.
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Aruban authorities have requested minimal assistance from the FBI, a spokeswoman for the bureau told FOX News. It was not clear how deep the bureau's involvement is in the investigation.

Two FBI divers were sent to Aruba, but a source familiar with the investigation told FOX News they were sent back to the United States because no location had been pinpointed in the search for the teen.

One agent, a specialist in crime against children, observed police questioning of all five men who were brought in by authorities. Agents from the bureau's evidence-processing division and the squad that deals with incidents in the region as well as a witness coordinator were also on the island.

The FBI has responded to Holloway's family's complaints by saying the bureau has no legal authority in Aruba and as the country's guest, its role is limited to what the government there allows it to do.

The FBI was asked by the Arubans to analyze a DNA sample taken from the backseat of the Kalpoe brothers' car, but it tested negative for blood. A source familiar with the investigation told FOX News the bureau was not aware of more evidence the Arubans may have uncovered.

Ex-Suspect Points to Three Men

One of the two former hotel security guards held in Holloway's disappearance said a story told to police fingering him was concocted by the three men who saw her last.

"From day one I knew I was innocent," Antonius "Mickey" John, 30, told reporters following his release late Monday night.

"I have never seen her before, never," he said of the 18-year-old who vanished after a senior class trip to the Caribbean resort island of Aruba (search).

John and Abraham Jones, 28, who also once worked as a security guard at a hotel near where the teen and her classmates were staying, were taken into custody June 5, six days after the graduating senior failed to show up at the airport for the trip back to the United States.

John and Jones claimed from the beginning that they had never seen Holloway before. They were reportedly implicated by three young men who said they saw one of the guards approach the girl after dropping her off at the Holiday Inn after a night of drinking and dancing.

But suspicion now falls largely on the three men, who are still in custody. John said one of the men confessed to having lied to police.

"The story about the Holiday Inn was all made up," he told reporters. He said that he and one of the men, 21-year-old Deepak Kalpoe (search), signed papers in which both acknowledged never having seen the other before.

John said Kalpoe told him he, his brother Satish Kalpoe (search), 18, and their friend Van Der Sloot, 17, had met Holloway at a club and had driven her to a lighthouse beside the island's Arisha Beach.

The Kalpoe brothers changed their story earlier this week, telling police that Van Der Sloot and Holloway were kissing passionately and fondling in the back seat of the car. Holloway was extremely intoxicated, they said.

The brothers said they left Holloway and Van Der Sloot at the beach and headed home. They have not specified what happened at the lighthouse, or where Holloway was.

The three young men were taken into custody June 9.

Justice authorities refused to comment further Tuesday on John and Jones' release. But government spokesman Ruben Trapenberg said the release of the former security guards "probably means they had nothing to do with this case and prosecutors were able to check out their alibis."

Lawyers for John and Jones filed court petitions Monday seeking an order for their release, but they were let go before a judge reviewed the motions, according to John's lawyer, Noraina Pietersz.

"These guys had nothing to do with this case and this decision reflects that," Pietersz said.

No one has been charged, and lawyers for the three men still in custody and the two freed men all say their clients are innocent.

Holloway vanished early May 30, hours before she was expected at the airport to return home after a five-day vacation with 124 classmates and seven chaperones celebrating graduation from Mountain Brook, Ala., High School. Her U.S. passport and packed bags were found in her room.

John and Jones, who had worked as security guards at a nearby hotel, were detained after the three young men said they dropped her off and last saw her around 2 a.m. being approached in the car park of her hotel by a black man in a security guard uniform.

Holloway Twitty said if she did not see results soon, she might start to believe authorities were trying to protect the young men, who told police they took the 18-year-old Holloway to a beach after an evening of dancing and drinking, hours before she disappeared.

"All three of those boys know what happened to her," Holloway Twitty said Sunday. "They all know what they did with her that night."

Prime Minister Nelson Oduber (search) has stressed that no one is above the law on the Dutch Caribbean island governed by a local parliament. The Netherlands is responsible for foreign and defense affairs.

Hundreds of islanders and tourists have volunteered in daily searches for Holloway, whose plight has shocked residents in one of the safest destinations in the region. One murder and six rapes were recorded last year on the island of 97,000 people. This year there have been two murders and three rapes.

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Posted 6/15/2005 1:33 PM Updated 6/16/2005 6:45 AM

Aruban police search home of Dutch teen
By Donna Leinwand and Laura Parker, USA TODAY
ORANJESTAD, Aruba — The search for a missing Alabama teenager focused more intently Wednesday on a Dutch youth seen with her the night she vanished. Police searched his family's home and towed away two vehicles.
Forensics specialists examine the home of the 17-year-old Dutch boy in Noord, Aruba.
By Leslie Mazoch, AP


The 17-year-old student is the son of a newly appointed Aruban judge. He and two Surinamese brothers are being held by police on this Dutch Caribbean island in connection with the disappearance of Natalee Holloway, 18, of Mountain Brook, Ala. Holloway was last seen May 30, hours before she was to fly home with 124 classmates and seven chaperones from a five-day graduation trip.(Audio: USA TODAY reporter Donna Leinwand in Aruba)

Aruban authorities spent several hours Wednesday searching the house of the Dutch youth in the upscale Noord neighborhood. They carried away items in paper bags and cardboard boxes and towed away a blue sport-utility vehicle and a red Jeep.

The search came a day after police combed a mangrove swamp near Holloway's hotel. Police suspended that search after pumping water from a drainage pond. (Map: Aruba in detail)

The Dutch teen and the two Surinamese brothers appeared in court Wednesday at a closed hearing. The proceeding centered on documents withheld from their attorneys, said Ruud Oomen, who represents Deepak Kalpoe, 21, the elder of the two brothers.

"My client maintains his innocence," Oomen said.

Holloway's mother, Beth Holloway Twitty, who has been on the island since learning of her daughter's disappearance, says that after two weeks of frustration, she believes investigators are making progress. "I feel like we're at a critical point," she said in an interview with USA TODAY. (Related story: Spotlight skips cases of missing minorities)

She said she went to the Dutch boy's house on Wednesday when the search began and watched as police hauled away the vehicles. "That was huge today," Holloway Twitty said. "It looked like a thorough search. Somehow, I expect we'll see more of this, that there's much more to come."

'I want her back'

Holloway Twitty said that Wednesday's visit was not her first to the youth's house. She said she went there on June 1, soon after arriving on Aruba, and spoke with the boy and his father between 2 and 4 a.m. Holloway Twitty said she told the boy: "I want my daughter. I want her. I want her back." His response, she said, was condescending, arrogant and dismissive.

"He kept hitting his chest and saying, 'What do you want me to do?' " Holloway Twitty said. "The only thing I know is he was the last man to see her."

Holloway Twitty said the youth and the brothers are the key to the case. The three were seen by Holloway's friends leaving Carlos 'N Charlie's bar with her only hours before the girl went missing.

"There were three boys in that car who took my daughter," she said. "I'm not convinced that those boys don't know anything."

Holloway Twitty said she has talked to dozens of her daughter's friends and other witnesses who say that the Dutch teenager was hanging out with her daughter. She said people on the island told her that the youth has sought out American tourists before. "He'd befriended some of the students. He'd earned some trust from them," Holloway Twitty said.

Ruben Trapenberg, a government spokesman, said authorities found no blood in the car that Holloway was riding in with the three young men. "There is no evidence of foul play that we know of."

Course of the investigation

The three young men were initially treated only as "persons of interest" by authorities. They told police they drove Holloway to a beach on the northern shore of the island. The brothers said that Holloway and the Dutch youth were kissing in the back seat of their car and that they eventually dropped her off at her hotel at 2 a.m., where she was approached by a security guard.

That led police to arrest two hotel security guards. But the spotlight swung back to the three young men last Thursday, when they were also taken into custody.

In a strange twist in the case, one of the security guards, Antonius "Mickey" John, said he was placed in a cell adjoining that of one of the three young men. John said that person admitted that the three had lied to police about events the night Holloway disappeared. John told police and reporters that the young man admitted making up the story about bringing the girl back to the hotel. Instead, they had left her on the beach with the Dutch teen.

Lawyers for all three have denied any involvement in Holloway's disappearance, but police interest clearly has centered on the Dutch teen, who Trapenberg said is a fixture of Aruba's club and casino scene. "He gets into the clubs because he's a big guy," he said.

The 6-foot-3 teenager, who recently graduated from Aruba's International School, which follows an American curriculum, had made his mark on the island as a soccer player, Trapenberg said.

Holloway's mother said she has reviewed tapes of the young man sitting at a blackjack table at the casino in her daughter's hotel.

A case of this magnitude is unprecedented on Aruba, a small island with a population of slightly less than 100,000 people.

Trapenberg said the government has thrown all its resources into the investigation and has close to 100 people working on the case. He said the FBI is also assisting.

"This is of national importance," he said. "A missing person's case may be a regular occurrence in a big country, but not in Aruba."

He added that the prime minister and government officials were told late Tuesday night that the investigation had reached a critical stage. "It's heading in the right direction," he said. "Things are moving along."

Meanwhile, in Mountain Brook, a close-knit, affluent suburb of Birmingham, yellow ribbons have been affixed to nearly every storefront in support of Holloway, an honors student who had won a full scholarship to the University of Alabama, where she plans to study pre-med.

A large wall has been erected at the Mountain Brook Community Church, where her classmates and others have gathered to write tributes to Holloway and pray for her safe return.

Known as the "Wall of Hope," the board contains messages from people who don't know either Holloway or her parents but nevertheless felt moved to come to the church and express their support.

"It started as a refuge for the kids," says Carmen Yoder, wife of the assistant pastor. "They felt like they were lifting her up. But it's just sort of remained here."

Watching the news closely

At The Lingerie Shoppe, a fixture in this town since 1946, owner Brenda Meadows now keeps the television tuned to cable news channels all day to keep abreast of developments in the search.

Susan Kidd, who owns King's House of Antiques, said she has never listened to so much talk radio. "It's just touched everybody. It could have happened to any of our kids," she said.

Holloway's senior portrait hangs near the top of the Wall of Hope. As her senior year drew to a close, she had focused with great excitement on preparing for her freshman year in college, her mother said. Holloway planned to join a sorority at the University of Alabama and had already selected the outfits she would wear for the rush parties, her mother said. She was constantly receiving postcards from the sorority girls she had met.

"That was her thrill. She'd rush to the mailbox every day to get the cards. She'd run in the house to read them and leave all the bills in the mailbox," her mother said.

Holloway Twitty said she wishes that her daughter's disappearance was simply a case of a runaway, so her daughter could just turn up safe somewhere. But running away would be drastically out of character for her daughter.

"This is not Natalee. This is not her choice," she said.

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« Reply #8 on: July 15, 2008, 09:41:38 PM »

without suspicion of blood loss?

Name/Title: Forensic analysis
File No: 2005.06.10.113
Location: Laan van Ypenburg 6 2497 GB Den Haag
Date: 8 August 2005
Pages: 5
Writer/Initiator: Dr. P. van den Hoven, Dr. C. Willemsen, Dr. D. Botter
Description: forensic investigation on swab samples taken from suspects, dust from rooms, bathroom articles, articles taken from living room, luminol investigation

Why would you consider a blood sample comparison if you had not determined that blood existed in Deepak's car?

Name/Title: DNA comparison
File No: 2005.06.10.113
Date: 11 July 2005
Pages:12
Writer/Initiator: M. van der Scheer/Dr. RJ Bink/
Description: DNA comparison (between blood samples and Deepak Kalpoe's car seat samples)
Source: NFI
Lab nr: none
Location: Den Haag, Holland
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