With the re-arrest of the same three boys that have been questioned many times before in the disappearance of Natalee Holloway in Aruba several years ago, some people are now asking if this disappearance of a young woman on her senior trip will be finally solved? In a nut shell, I say no it will not be solved and like many other cases of missing persons over the years, the blame resides with the police in Aruba because of their sloppy police work and their indifference toward the Holloway family in the first few days after Natalee's disappearance. One thing is for sure and that is tourism probably suffered in Aruba after the disappearance of Natalee Holloway. As members of the U.S. national news media covered Holloway's disappearance and the poor way police conduct business in this vacation paradise, most likely many people canceled vacations and travel plans to Aruba.
What is difficult for me to understand is that if these young boys killed Natalee Holloway, how in the world were they able to be so successful in hiding her body from eventual discovery? From the rumors and speculation about where Natalee's body might be buried, to some reports that she was eaten by sharks or sold into white slavery in some far away land - the media has been ripe with crazy speculation for years. Now that the police in Aruba have re-arrested their initial suspects in the case, maybe new evidence will be uncovered and lead to a resolution, but I wouldn't hold my breath when it comes to Aruba authorities.
While the disappearance of Natalee Holloway has been big news on and off over the past couple of years, most media outlets have moved on because of few new leads in her disappearance. However, one television reporter has kept a close relationship with Natalee's mother, Beth Twitty. Greta Van Susteren of Fox News has traveled back to Aruba many times over the years and has tried, almost single handedly, to keep Natalee's case in front of the police. Greta's Fox News Network Show, 'On The Record' is the best place to find out about breaking news in the Natalee Holloway disappearances because Greta has worked hard to keep this case alive in the U.S. news media and she has also developed a close friendship with Natalee Holloway's mother, Beth Twitty.
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