Sunday, November 06, 2005

Aruban Newspapers Bon Dia; Beth Twitty’s Declaration and the Natalee Holloway Investigation

Aruban Newspapers Bon Dia; Beth Twitty’s Declaration and the Natalee Holloway Investigation
Police interrogated Beth Twitty a couple of hours despite thatNatalee Holloway’s mother recorded her declaration on tape to hand over to police

Bon Dia Aruba


ORANJESTAD— After much anticipation, Natalee Holloway’s mother arrived at the police station in Shaba to give answers to various questions to police in charge of the investigation had.

Mrs. Twitty came with a group of American journalists who were at all times walking with her. And although she told the Strategic Commission that she did not know that some media would follow her to Aruba, it was obvious that they had a very close relationship. Her friend was in the car with an MSNBC producer, for example.

The police station was awaiting the arrival of Mrs. Twitty and would not let the press stop their cars too close. They also didn’t let the cameramen arrive first.

Mrs. Twitty entered accompanied by her friend Carol followed by her attorney Helen Lejuez who also came in. But her brother Paul Reynolds, who arrived in a taxi, could not enter. Police did not permit this.

The conversation, which was more like an interrogation, lasted a few hours, contrary to what Mrs. Twitty thought, given that she brought two recorded tapes with her declaration and what from what can be deduced from the time that she remained inside, police decided to make some touchy questions.


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