Apparently one piece of the ‘new’ evidence (according to reports) that prosecutor’s used to justify the re-arrest of the three suspects in the Natalee Holloway case was a bit of chat log retrieved from the computer hard drive belonging to one of them. In the chat, one of the suspects said ‘The fact that she’s dead is not good’, referring to Holloway.

There was no further discussion of Holloway’s death or how she died. Other evidence included two new witnesses but they were only witnesses as far as the behavior of the suspects after Holloway’s disappearance, not of the deed itself.

One other piece of evidence included a conversation about what happened that night after the authorities bugged the Kalpoe home.

So, apparently that one report at FOX News was right in that Hans Mos did an interview today but wrong in the fact that they have closed the case barring any new evidence.

What gets me is the fact that it is an admission that they know she is dead and had something, no matter how small, to do with it, yet are now just considered persons of interest in the case since they refused to talk to the prosecution.