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Sherlock Sean Hannity

Reported by Ellen - June 29, 2005

Sean Hannity's FOX News bio mentions nothing about a law enforcement background but that didn't stop him from knowing what needs to be done in the Natalee Holloway case and, like an obnoxious tourist, demanding that the Aruba government conduct its prosecution his way.

In a discussion with Natalee Holloway's stepfather, Jug Twitty, about interrogating the detainees, Hannity insinuated himself into the family when he said, "We need to DEMAND a polygraph test."

After a brief chat about possible interrogation tactics with Mark Fuhrman (and adding a few promos for Fuhrman's new book which just happens to be published by a division of News Corp., the parent company of FOX News), Hannity was ready to give advice to Natalee's stepfather. Hannity told Jug, "This voice analysis seems like a good idea. I think a polygraph is imperative here."

Next, Sherlock Hannity was ready to tell the Aruban government what needs to be done. Speaking with Ruben Trapenberg, Aruban Government Spokesman, Hannity complained, "Ruben, why do we have to wait so long for Dutch Marines? Why can't we get polygraphs for these kids immediately, knowing that they've already been caught in lies? Why can't the family immediately get the tape for voice analysis? Why is all this taking so long? Can't you show co-operation? Can't Aruba show more co-operation?"

Now that he's such an expert in finding missing persons, maybe Hannity could lend some of his expertise to our government in its search for Osama bin Laden and make the same demands of our "ally" Pakistan.

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