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post #1 of 21
Thread Starter 
I know we are all tired of this story and it's overly covered on cable, but it does look like there is some movment finally. They just rearrested the two brothers they let go and I understand some other girls are stepping forward to claim they were drugged by these boys.
post #2 of 21
I just hope we have some answers SOON for her poor parents' sake!
post #3 of 21
I was just wondering about that - what new developments are there??? I sure hope that her body is found.....but even though if it is found, will there still be closure for her mother?
post #4 of 21
Thread Starter 
THey are being hush hush apparently, rumor has it that some other girls are coming forward so that might have somethingto do with it, or the guy already in jail may be talking.
post #5 of 21
Earl told me that reports are that they are being charged with murder and rape. I do have to wonder, too, just what new evidence they found...
post #6 of 21
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are they actually getting charged now? Wow, something must be up, although their legal system seems bizarre.
post #7 of 21
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Originally Posted by Marge
are they actually getting charged now? Wow, something must be up, although their legal system seems bizarre.
I couldn't say for sure, he said he saw that on CNN and Fox, but he has a habit of trying to do too many things at once sometimes. The article on cnn.com doesn't say official charges, though.

http://www.cnn.com/2005/LAW/08/26/ar...sts/index.html
post #8 of 21
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Originally Posted by Marge
are they actually getting charged now? Wow, something must be up, although their legal system seems bizarre.
I don't think they are getting charged. It's the same thing as before, but they are arrested on suspicion of rape and murder this time.
post #9 of 21
what i think sucks is that even if (and i hope they do!) find her body..it will probably be very hard to tell exactly what happened to her..i havent seen much of it on the news but for the first month or two i hit the comcast.net everyday and watch my today/regis kelley hoping to hear they found her..i remember listening to this radio station i like but sometimes hate..and they were all obsessed with the two men in lodi that lied to the FBI (this was the first day the whole terrorist thing was announced and everyone was like, omg terrorist in lodie) armstrong and gettie were like "if you care more about the holloway case than this (lodi thing) case your insane" ---maybe not 'insane' but i was just p'od because i actually was more interested in the case, i love reading homocide books and would love to be a detective or work on homocide cases..but i probably wont..but yes i hope for a big fat break through!
post #10 of 21
I think they should just shoot all 3 of them full of "truth serum" and listen to them sing.
post #11 of 21
I think they should just shoot all 3 of them full of "truth serum" and listen to them sing.

Oh, man, how I wish upon all wishes we could use truth serum in people who are suspected of murder. Being held for rape & murder. Whatever. You name it, I wish they'd allow that sort of thing.

Seems the Kalpoe boys have gotten by with an awful lot (let go & re-arrested??? ), and well tall handsome Mr. van der Slime really got by with an awful lot apparently... dad in a high place and all...

I hope for closure for Natalee's family & her friends, and I hope it comes soon.
post #12 of 21
From CNN.com:

Satish and Deepak Kalpoe were arrested on suspicion of involvement in premeditated murder and rape, Aruba's prosecutor's office said. Police said the brothers were questioned for several hours Saturday but declined to provide further information.

article located here
post #13 of 21
All I have to say is, the authorities in Aruba are pretty lame if they can't take 3 young punks like these, separate them, and break them down and get the real story. I would be so embarassed if I were them, the incompentancy is staggering.
post #14 of 21
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Originally Posted by ckblv
All I have to say is, the authorities in Aruba are pretty lame if they can't take 3 young punks like these, separate them, and break them down and get the real story. I would be so embarassed if I were them, the incompentancy is staggering.
Considering how many crimes go unsolved right here in US, people that live in glass houses shouldn't trow stones. Take JonBenet Ramsey and Chandra Levey, for example. We will never know who had killed them.
post #15 of 21
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Originally Posted by elizwithcat
Considering how many crimes go unsolved right here in US, people that live in glass houses shouldn't trow stones. Take JonBenet Ramsey and Chandra Levey, for example. We will never know who had killed them.
They, most likely, were NOT killed by mere kids (punks). Chandra Levy probably killed by a stranger while jogging. Jon Benet, I don't know, that was another bungled up job of investigating.
But if you can't break down 3 punks while the whole world is watching and the FBI has offered help that is very very lame.
Plus the fact we have a trillion times more crime here than in Aruba. Supposedly, they have little crime so their entire force can focus on this. Oh, I forgot the lead investigator just HAD to go on vacation. More lame.
The biggest case of his/her life and they just la-de-dah blithely take off on vacation. Nice
post #16 of 21
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Originally Posted by ckblv
They, most likely, were NOT killed by mere kids (punks). Chandra Levy probably killed by a stranger while jogging. Jon Benet, I don't know, that was another bungled up job of investigating.
But if you can't break down 3 punks while the whole world is watching and the FBI has offered help that is very very lame.
Plus the fact we have a trillion times more crime here than in Aruba. Supposedly, they have little crime so their entire force can focus on this. Oh, I forgot the lead investigator just HAD to go on vacation. More lame.
The biggest case of his/her life and they just la-de-dah blithely take off on vacation. Nice
Those punks have nothing to gain by confessing and everything to lose.
How would you make them talk? US doesn't allow torture, and neither does Aruba.
Frankly, if it had happened here, the police wouldn't be even able to arrest the "punks", because in US we can not arrest on suspicion like they do in Aruba.
post #17 of 21
Truth serum, should be legal IMO.
Oh, I think the good old USA could have broke those punks down really easy
I guess I watch to much CSI
post #18 of 21
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Originally Posted by ckblv
Truth serum, should be legal IMO.
Oh, I think the good old USA could have broke those punks down really easy
I guess I watch to much CSI
We had 5 young students murdered by arson in Columbus OH. The police had a suspect, they arrested him, but had to let him go even though it was reported he confessed. His confession was deemed not good enough, and he is free as a bird. Regardless of if he did it or not, whoever killed five people goes free. To think that US would do any better than Aruba in exact same case is deluding oneself.
post #19 of 21
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Originally Posted by elizwithcat
We had 5 young students murdered by arson in Columbus OH. The police had a suspect, they arrested him, but had to let him go even though it was reported he confessed. His confession was deemed not good enough, and he is free as a bird. Regardless of if he did it or not, whoever killed five people goes free. To think that US would do any better than Aruba in exact same case is deluding oneself.
We cannot fault the Police and the Investigators for that. They got the guy, but the stupid judges let the criminals go.
Stuff like you just described makes my blood boil. Activist judges that 'Make" law instead of interpreting law, they think they are God. Confession "not good enough" what a crock.
post #20 of 21
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Originally Posted by ckblv
We cannot fault the Police and the Investigators for that. They got the guy, but the stupid judges let the criminals go.
Stuff like you just described makes my blood boil. Activist judges that 'Make" law instead of interpreting law, they think they are God. Confession "not good enough" what a crock.
Actually, the police let him go. The guy-and he was a young punk in his 20- went free a few days after being arrested. He never made it to trial because the DA said he couldn't prosecute. It was reported in the papers the police finally made an arrest and that the suspect confessed. But the DA apparently said he couldn't prosecute with the evidence they had. Although it was never explained why he was released, I suspect it was because police boggled his confession.
post #21 of 21
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Originally Posted by elizwithcat
Actually, the police let him go. The guy-and he was a young punk in his 20- went free a few days after being arrested. He never made it to trial because the DA said he couldn't prosecute. It was reported in the papers the police finally made an arrest and that the suspect confessed. But the DA apparently said he couldn't prosecute with the evidence they had. Although it was never explained why he was released, I suspect it was because police boggled his confession.
Sickening to be sure, I HATE those "technicalities" reasons. So, they get away with murder because of a technicality. That word does not look correctly spelled but you know what I mean.
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