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Tuesday, July 05, 2005

Mom in Aruba case wants suspects sent to Gitmo

Well, not exactly. But close enough.
ORANJESTAD, Aruba - The mother of a U.S. teen who disappeared in Aruba more than a month ago issued a plea Tuesday to stop two Surinamese brothers released from custody from leaving the island, saying she believes they are guilty and should still be in jail.

"I'm asking all nations not to offer them a safe haven," Beth Holloway Twitty, mother of 18-year-old Natalee Holloway, told a news conference as her voice cracked with emotion and she struggled to hold back tears. "My greatest fear is that they will leave Aruba," she said.

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"These criminals are now free to walk among the tourists of Aruba ... while I have not seen my beautiful daughter in 36 days," Holloway Twitty said.

Holloway's mom wants brothers kept in Aruba

Now where would Mom get the idea that she can unilaterally declare someone guilty and order them held on little more than a whim? Hmmmmmmm. Someone's been setting this gal a bad example. Wonder who it could be?


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