Aruban Divers Called Off From Natalee Holloway CaseMarch 28th, 2010 - 1:55 am ICT by GD
By Gina Gomez
Aruba, Mar 27, (THAINDIAN NEWS) The Natalee Holloway search under the waters of Aruba has been finally called off. An underwater photograph has been the key to this search and spurred all the sudden activities surrounding Natalee Holloway, the Alabama resident who went missing while she was on a class trip in her senior years. She went missing almost five years ago.
Manheim resident Patti Muldowney had taken the snap under the waters and later felt that it had captured traces that appeared to be a human torso along with a skull. Following the assumptions, the Aruba officials had set a divers team on the search who ransacked the waters of Aruba but failed to find anything. The investigator in charge, Adolpho Richardson finally called off the search. Now after the search session is over, they are all of the view that the shape that was thought to be of a human must have been a coral and nothing else. The fact was further strengthened by Forensic pathologist Cyril Wecht who concluded saying that these appearances is no way human. The missing girl’s mother Beth Twitty and grandmother Ann Reynolds said that they never believed what they were being told and always felt that it was merely a rock and nothing else.
The investigators are still taking hits in the dark with major suspect Joran van der Sloot and his disclosure on the TV where he went in on a candid confession and admitted to have dumped the dead body into the waters. However, the man couldn’t be arrested as the cops didn’t have valid proofs to prove that he was actually guilty.
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