Missing Woman Aruba Updates
August 11, 2011 by staff
Missing Woman Aruba Updates, It has been nine days since Robyn Gardner, 35, of Frederick, Maryland, disappeared while vacationing in Aruba with 50 years of age, Gary Giordano. Aruba Researchers say they have arrested Giordano due to inconsistencies in his story.
Giordano told investigators that Gardner disappeared while diving near the southern end windswept island. He said they separated and she never made it back to shore.
In “Early Show” interview, Garder roommate, Christina Jones, said he had reservations about her friend take a trip to Giordano. “I was not excited about her move to Gary,” Jones told co-anchor Chris Wragge. That view, Jones said, is based on plans and Giordano Gardner made two months to go on a cruise together.
Jones recalled: “When she changed her mind, the way he responded broke off a firework in my self, so I was concerned when told that he would leave to go to Aruba with Gary.”
Gardner, Jones said, told him through a Facebook message was not having a good time in Aruba.
Jones said: “It was a standard message on Facebook. … His words were” This sucks. Seriously. ”
Jones said he could not be described as a boyfriend Giordano. Jones said Giordano had known her partner for over a year.
She said: “(They were) just friends. I know it was a bit of friendly roller coaster, you know, well, one day, not so great the next.”
Jones said he had never met Giordano.
“I’ve only heard of him, you know, by Robyn” he said.
Robyn Gardner family has issued the following statement:
Our daughter Robyn has been missing since August 2, 2011. We can only pray that soon will be with us and bring joy to our lives. She means everything to us. We look best with the help of the international community that we will reach a favorable outcome. We’re sure grateful to the authorities in Aruba and volunteers who are working beyond our expectations. I hope you understand that we are peaceful not to prejudice the investigation. Please continue to pray for Robyn. Thank you.
Research continues into the disappearance of Gardner.
Aruba prosecutors declined to say what parts of the story of Giordano is in doubt, but in a statement from CBS News, said: “It was decided to stop for more questions about the possible drowning of women.”
Prosecutors are not the only ones who have questions for Giordano, reported CBS News correspondent Elaine Quijano. Richard Forester, the man who is described as the boyfriend of Gardner says it is very unlikely that he had agreed to go snorkeling at all.
Forester told CBS News, “I do not think she was diving. I feel in my heart that something happened at the hands of this person.”
In response, a lawyer for Giordano said: “There is no specific or direct indication that our customers might be involved in any wrongdoing.”
However, experts say, the history of domestic violence Giordano makes him a suspect in the case.
Criminal profiler Casey Jordan said: “This raises the question if he resisted any of his progress, or was not interested in what he was interested, a fight could have gone?”
The authorities can only contain Giordano five days without charge. And until Gardner is the answer to what happened remains a mystery.
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