Giordano's Attorney Claims 'No Motive'
Forester points to concerns that activity in Gardner's Gmail email account in the days since her disappearance may point back to Giordano.
"On Gmail, on the chat function that shows if you're active or not, there's a green indicator light, orange if you're idle and gray if you're off," he said.
"All day Wednesday and Thursday of last week it [Gardner's account], was green, orange and gray, and this is after she'd been reported missing," he said. "So somebody was on her Gmail account, getting in there. I was trying to talk to her, but couldn't."
"He [Giordano] has a keystroke program, this is just what I'm told, and is able to hack into people's email accounts," Forester said on "GMA."
Allegations of Abuse
Maryland court documents show that a Gary Giordano there has a criminal record, including two orders of protection taken out by women that claimed he was violent. One was taken out by his ex-wife during their divorce proceedings.
Two women who say they dated Giordano told "Good Morning America" he was terrifying, and another woman said Giordano stalked her.
"He was like following me, stalking me, and it freaked me out," said the woman, who wished to remain anonymous.
Family Releases Statement
Gardner's family has remained quiet, relying largely on the Natalee Holloway Resource Center, a foundation started after Holloway's disappearance, for help.
That changed today when Gardner's mother, Andrea Colson, released her own statement explaining the family's silence.
"We are confident and very grateful to the Aruba authorities and volunteers who are working above and beyond all our expectations," the statement read in part. "I hope you understand that we are being quiet as not to jeopardize the investigation. Please continue to pray for Robin. Thank you."
The family also announced that a confidential tipline has been established through the Holloway Center.