K Hemingway wrote:
LOL...So you meant Joran when you said 'only one people can save the good people of Aruba?' You meant until Joran is brought to justice the poor people of Aruba 'can't be saved?' IMO, they don't obsesses about justice in this case because they know there's no evidence of a crime...let alone obsessing about Joran.
The only thing that would make them happier would be if the media whores and opportunists stop milking the ever morphing story. But even that is mostly ignored by now.
They've learned a lot since 2005.
You're certainly entitled to your opinion but I'm not convinced you can understand the feelings of the Aruban people if you are not an inhabitant of that island. Or are you? I don't know.
Also, please do explain how the existence of evidence relates to the desire to seek justice. I am uncertain on their "obsessive" feelings towards Joran at this point but the following statement does speak volumes:
Justice Minister Rudy Croes has stated that Joran Van der Sloot is considered persona non grata and other than for judicial investigation, Joran van der Sloot is no longer welcome on the island
For the record it wasn't I who thought the Aruban people needed to be saved. They are essentially powerless in this whole situation and IMO have been unfairly affected. Like it or not, Joran is the one who put Aruba under the media microscope and he's the only one who can take it away. Rudy Croes didn't say what he said because Joran is a swell guy. Innocent or not, evidence or not. Every BS lie Joran has told and continues to tell gets related back to Aruba and likely in a not so positive way. Why do you think they don't want him back?