One Person (Beth Holloway Twitty) Making a Difference The news coverage and events that have unfolded in Aruba over the disappearance of 18 year old Natalee Holloway have been extraordinary in revealing previously unknown dangers and a possible corrupt judicial system in this island paradise, highly visited by Americans and Westeners. Initially, Natalee's disappearance received just an average amount of coverage by national media, but then seemed to fall dormant for a week or so. The media had been spoofed in recent months by the Atlanta run-away bride, Michael Jackson trial, and a few other media low points. The U.S. media needed a make-over, and it seems now they've found it in the tenacity and activism begun by one person, Mrs. Beth Holloway Twitty, the mother of Natalee Holloway. After some 10 days without any answers regarding the disappearance of her daughter, Beth Twitty put on her boxing gloves and took on the Aruban government and their judicial system. Her style and tenacity brought back 24/7 national media coverage, which has now turned international. In the last week, the world has been able to view an extraordinary story of a botched police investigation, a credible missing person report, and possible corruption within a supposed Westernized island nation. This island is frequented by Westerners and under supposed control of the Netherlands. We're not talking of a Third World country of 30 years ago, or one under part Communist control. This is a 21st Century Westernized island nation that up until now, was thought to be very safe and modernized. Yes, sadly there have been limited efforts by the Bush Administration, politicians, and the U.S. FBI to press this government for answers. Progress seems to come like one would have observed of a 17th Century judicial system. Any progress that has come, has come from the dedicated efforts of the Holloway family, the more recent volunteers, and a media willing to follow something of substance. Hats off to Beth Twitty and all those working on behalf of the Holloway family. This story exemplifies how "One Person Can Make a Difference." It's far from over yet. Though I've got a feeling that before it is, "Heads are going to roll." And yes, this time the media got it right. They picked a story to follow 24/7 that has real "substance" and relevance to America. Do you agree?