Texas Equusearch heads to Aruba for Holloway case
HOUSTON Tim Miller with Texas Equusearch is back in Aruba again. He got there on Saturday, and we talked to him on the phone Tuesday. He's hoping van der sloot will confess to Natalee's murder, and reveal the location of her remains. "I think this is the first time in Joran van der Sloot's life that he has not been in control. "I think they've pressured him in Peru on Natalee's case; he's at the breaking point, trying to save as much of his life as he can," said Miller. "I anticipate that he will give information on Natalee and where she's at, and I'm hoping the end is in sight for this island and this family." Natalee's father, David Holloway, is on the way to Aruba. He'll join Miller on Wednesday. Miller says this is a tough time for the Holloways, but they are hopeful that they'll finally have closure. The Texas Equusearch team is on standby should they get new information about where to look for Natalee's body.