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When the bar closed at 1 a.m, Natalee was seen getting into a Deepak Kalpoe's car, along with van der Sloot and Satish Kalpoe. They were taken into custody early in the investigation, but authorities had little evidence and eventually released them.Investigation Discovery, the cable network devoted exclusively to true crime, is the third-most-watched network among 25- to 54-year-old women — a key demo — and is the 11th-most-watched on all of cable. J.: Made in America,” were autopsies of an inevitable verdict, an indictment of everything from race relations to celebrity to the birth of infotainment.Errol Morris, whose 1998 documentary “The Thin Blue Line” helped legitimize the genre, recently announced he’s working with Netflix on a six-part, true-crime docu-series. And the Jon Benet case is the worst of infotainment; re-living it seems prurient and exploitive, nothing more." Natalee was 18 years old when she graduated from Mountain Brook High School in Birmingham, Alabama.
The day after graduation, Natalee joined 124 other students and seven adults for a five-day vacation to the Caribbean island of Aruba to celebrate.
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