Now four years later where is Natalee Holloway? This chapter will include it all, from the Renee Gielen documentary which takes a critical look at Beth's arrival time in Aruba and also the med-jet that was brought there by Natalee's family. Peter de Vries caused Aruban prosecutor Hans Mos much criticism by not believing the Joran van der Sloot body dumped confession, that Peter claimed "case solved." Joran who is apparently in Thailand recently took a polygraph and might be shown by Terror Jaap on Dutch TV. The Kalpoes have their on going lawsuit with Dr. Phil, scheduled for next May 2010. A Lifetime Movie, based on Beth's book "Loving Natalee," was just shown on television, May 2009. And of course the Monkey crew is still wanting a boycott of Aruba. Some things never change.
‘New’ evidence reinforces Beth Twitty’s lie
May 24, 2008
The computer print-out showing that Beth had lied about her arrival time in Aruba.
WILLEMSTAD/ORANJESTAD – From a print-out of Natalee Holloway’s telephone it appears that the private jet of her mother Beth had already landed in Aruba at 17:15 on May 30. At least, that’s what TV-producer from Curacao, Renée Gielen says. She has the telephone print-out of Natalee’s cellular telephone.
This is very striking, says Gielen, because according to her, it means that Beth Holloway wanted to come to Aruba before Natalee was missing. “The print-out shows that Beth had called Natalee’s cell at 17:15. She did that from her own cell and she could not have done that while being in the air.” She emphasizes that it also means that the call was not done with a satellite telephone and it is also not probable that Beth’s private jet had made an intermediate landing from the United States. “That is not usual on these short flights. For that matter, she must have left even earlier.”
The print-out doesn’t show that it was a missed call, but that Beth had really talked to someone. Gielen assumes that she had talked to Paul Lilly, one of the chaperones of Natalee during her vacation in Aruba. Besides, when Beth arrived in Aruba, she was carrying a stack of posters asking Natalee to call her. “This suggests that Beth must have known that there were problems, before Natalee disappeared”, says Gielen, who from the beginning of the disappearance case three years ago, is investigating the case. Gielen and her team are now in the process of rounding off the documentary ‘‘Natalee, The Unrevealed Time Lines’ that is expected to be presented on June 2.
Gielen considers the print-out as new evidence that Beth had lied about the exact time of her arrival in Aruba. She has been declaring all along that she arrived in Aruba ‘around 23:00’. She also wrote this in her book ‘Loving Natalee’ that was published late last year. A former employee of the airport, Alberto G, said before the cameras of Gielen that the private-jet of Beth had landed at 19:45. He retracted his declaration, because, as he said, he was mistaken. He did this after the Americans Dan Young and Kelly Castillo that claim to be detectives, showed a computer print-out indicating that Beth had arrived earlier. G. confirmed the authenticity of that print-out.
The motive of Beth lying about her arrival time is still not clear. Despite many telephone calls and e-mails, Gielen didn’t manage to reach Beth. Also the police don’t know anything. “The police say that there are no telephone data available from the radio tower equipment for that day, which is very coincidentally” says Gielen. Former chief of police, Gerald Dompig told this newspaper earlier that at that time, the police had investigated the time line, the flight data, and also the flight movements.