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Aruban Authorities Confirm Jawbone is not the missing Alabama Teen
After sitting on pins and needles awaiting DNA results on a jawbone initially believed to be female, discovered on the Aruban beach, it’s more disappointing news for Natalee Holloway’s family. Aruban authorities have just confirmed the jawbone is not the missing Alabama teen.
According to Aruba Solicitor-General Taco Stein, a wisdom tooth was the giveaway. Dental records sent from Holloway’s family to the Netherlands Forensic Institute reveal the high school senior had her wisdom teeth removed before taking the ill-fated spring break trip to Aruba.
The piece of jawbone discovered by an American tourist near Aruba’s Phoenix Hotel contained a wisdom tooth. Natalee Holloway’s parents expressed their disappointment in separate statements.
Dave Holloway thanked everyone for their support and says “we remain hopeful that some day we will find the answer to the whereabouts of our daughter, Natalee Holloway”. While Beth Holloway expressed her frustrations at the way Aruban authorities handled this process. In a statement through her attorney, Beth Holloway is “deeply disappointed in the time and manner in which she learned of the results. Apparently Aruban prosecutors were more sensitive to media concerns than the painful vigil of a mother."
As Natalee Holloway’s family tries to come to grips with another major blow, we learn the FBI now has person of interest, Joran van der Sloot’s, computer hard drive. The laptop was seized by Peruvian police after van der Sloot’s arrest on a murder charge in the brutal death of Peruvian co-ed, Stephany Flores.
Aruban investigators say there are no plans to interview van der Sloot again any time soon in Holloway’s disappearance because of his non stop conflicting statements that haven’t panned out.