Secretly Taped Material May Break Holloway Case

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There's another twist in the Natalee Holloway case.
Aruban prosecutors say that they are reopening their
investigation into the disappearance of the Alabama teenager, after seeing secretly taped material from a Dutch journalist.

The public prosecutor's office says the recordings have provided
a reason to reopen the investigation, but the statement makes no
reference to the possibility of an arrest.
The journalist has promised to broadcast on Sunday a secretly
taped "confession" by one of the suspects in Holloway's May 2005
disappearance.
He has not made clear what the "confession" consists of.

In a partial transcript of his talks with an Aruba prosecutor --
published in Dutch newspapers -- the reporter refers to a
"confession" he obtained from suspect Joran van der Sloot, but doesn't say what he allegedly
admitted to.