Very surprising that Prof. Fetzer relied so heavily upon Wikipedia for the facts of the case.
I loved "The Unreals," so was excited to hear Jeffries interviewed. I was surprised that it was about the Holloway case, but thought he made a strong case for Joran's innocence. I also was surprised to see Fetzer rely so much on a dubious source like wikipedia.
Well, I know very little about it and assumed that Don would correct me if what I was reporting was wrong. I can't know everything there is to know about everything, and the Natalee Holloway case is an illustration.
The facts Fetzer reported are correct. Wikipedia is, of course, subjective and not an acceptably authoritative source for official papers and news articles. However, the Holloway entry is the result of exhaustive and up-to-date research and is meticulously documented. For the purposes of this basic interview, Fetzer chose an excellent reference.
Don Jeffries' research partners, Dan and Kelly Young, seem to have disappeared. They have abandoned their home mortgage, deleted their web site, and removed the taped interviews they had posted on YouTube. As much of the Jeffries/Young book was to be based on these interviews, where does that leave the project? Was a lawsuit threatened?
That is very, very strange. Tell me more about it.
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