Monday, April 21, 2008

Natalee Holloway: the civil case

Possible correction - 4/23/08 - Now it is being reported that Joran is not in a mental institution but instead in Thailand. See for more info.

Article translation posted at Original at Apparently it was translated through a website, which would explain why the grammar sounds strange in some places and a few words are still in Dutch.

Lawyer Moszkowicz dagvaart Joran and parents
April 3, 2008, 17:56 (GMT -04:00)
ORANJESTAD / AMSTERDAM - Joran van der Sloot and his parents sued the
coming days. They must appear before the court in order to be heard under oath
about their role during and after the disappearance of Natalee Holloway. That
message De Telegraaf today.
The summonses are part of a series injunction in the civil case that the
mother of Natalee Holloway, Beth Reynolds in the Netherlands has begun. They
require a substantial compensation and satisfaction for the "shockschade" that
Joran van der Sloot it has carried out. She is convinced that he was involved in
the disappearance of her daughter.
Beth Reynolds is assisted by Bram Moszkowicz and Roger Schmidt. It has
advocatenkoppel summonses to prepare for virtually all 'stakeholders', including
Patrick van der Eem, Peter R. De Vries and the brothers Deepak and Satish
"During the questioning, the witnesses required answers to all the
questions," says Moszkowicz in the article in De Telegraaf. "There is no
absolute right to remain silent, as in criminal law. This will allow hearings
for Justice also interesting. "
According to the reporters, Joran voluntarily under treatment of the
psychiatric institution Altrecht in Den Dolder. He would stay in an open section
and therapy for people who are stuck in everyday life and suffer from
'behavioural and psychiatric problems. " It has been suggested that the possible
inclusion is a deliberate move to Jorans lawyer, Bert de Rooij, argued that his
client may not be able to answer. Van der Sloot would under his schuilnamen
again at various pokersites are identified.
The summons for Patrick van der Eem and misdaadjournalist Peter R. De Vries
wants Moszkowicz reach to see an end to the debate on the legality of the
undercover operation.

Meanwhile, the side-scan sonar search of the ocean around Aruba ended around March 3 (date of last post on

If you have any additional information about what happened to Natalee, please call the FBI tipline at 1-877-628-2533.
Natalee's website:
Another blog about Natalee:

Photo of Natalee from The Search for Natalee Holloway blog.

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