He was speaking in Dutch about the Holloway case to his wife and an undercover reporter working for RadarOnline and the National Enquirer.“Also, when I was younger, I never told everything.The May 18 cover of GLOBE Magazine features the familiar high-school photo of Natalee Holloway that we have seen plastered on the news over the past ten years.
When asked if he’s talking about the Holloway case, van der Sloot replied, “Yes, this is also where I am guilty and I accept everything that I have done.” He added, “I think that was one of the worst police investigations that ever took place.” Van der Sloot was the last person to be seen with 18-year-old Holloway, who vanished on a high school trip to the Caribbean island.
Although Natalee’s body was never actually found – the investigation went on for several years and Joran was arrested on more than one occasion and then released due to lack of evidence.
According to a new report – some evidence has been uncovered that could finally lead to justice for Natalee Holloway and her family.
Her disappearance left her best friends from Birmingham's Mountain Brook High confused, angry and bereft.
From the first day she went missing, her classmates lived through the frustrations of an inconclusive police investigation and the indignities of a media firestorm that made Natalee Holloway a household name.