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Author Topic: Natalee Holloway Case Discussion #860 8/28/11 - 10/16/11  (Read 114580 times)
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« Reply #260 on: September 11, 2011, 09:12:59 AM »

Holloway mom crusades for missing children:

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« Reply #261 on: September 11, 2011, 09:14:49 AM »

Michael J. Fox's wife seeks 'Justice for Natalee'

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« Reply #262 on: September 11, 2011, 12:33:01 PM »

Tomorrow my son and American DIL are driving across the line to join her family at a special 911 memorial service at their church.

The church hubby and I attend in the Central Fraser Valley of British Columbia extended an open invitation to all first responders (RCMP, firemen, paramedics, 911 operators) from our community for a special 9/11 memorial service following by a potluck lunch in their honor.  Hubby and grandsons were at the church today assisting with the setting up of tables and ... the word was that 15 first responders have accepted the invitation. Along with their families the count is 66.



I like that Janet. Family here in that category. They are working today. Serving our country. Most of time we do not appreciate them or even think about them, until of course, we as ndividuals need them in our lives. 
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« Reply #263 on: September 11, 2011, 12:46:23 PM »

The teacher/dj Vick Geerman could get four years in jail (and five years prohibition from teaching) for the sexual abuse of his students...sentencing Sept 22

If he's convicted, he should never be allowed to teach again, imo.   

http://www.24ora.com/policial-mainmenu-8/36637-fiscal-a-exigi-4-ana-di-prizon-pa-docente-abusado-sexual-y-abogado-a-pidi-libertad-pa-su-cliente.html

Papiamentu translation:

fiscal owing to exigi 4 year of jail for docente abusado sexual y advocate owing to ask freedom for his cliente

saturday, 10 september 2011 11:16

the docente vito geerman of scol basico y conoci at radio because; "dj vic" owing to hear in corte cu ministerio publico is exigi 4 year of jail pe y prohibicion for 5 year largo the not eherce his profesion of perfect of scol. huez will dicta one sentencia day 22 of september proximo. the docente/acusado is close acusa of owing to as relacion sexual cu 4 of his alumnonan of class. owing to talk of sunchimento cu language y till even penetracion close one of the alumnonan. owing to arrive of let the children in gymzaal y go cu one sun alumno for comete his actonan in cierto localidad of the scol. his advocate mr edwin duineveld owing to splica cu have much declaracion cu do not cuadra contra his cliente vic geerman. also the advocate is achieve cu owing to place presion via the fundacion lisette gomez for haci publicidad. the same fundacion is defende asuntonan of abuse sexual contra younger. according the advocate in corte, the fundacion lisette gomez owing to send parents entrega complaint y also go corant atacha the name of his cliente vic geerman by of place cierto publicacion. pesey self for miss of pruebanan palpable the advocate is ask huez for let vic geerman in freedom y pound of all acusacion cu have contra dje actualmente. vic geerman self owing to stay deteni first trip y in one week owing to being let in freedom. hour cu owing to enter more complaint past owing to stay deteni once more y is close till cu today. vic geerman was give lesson at one scol at madiki y was cabezante interino at the scol. was one alumno cu owing to confia his docente y so the caso owing to cuminsa lora. influencia of prensa owing to cuminsa play one rol important for so the casonan here wordo atendi cu more seriedad. the acusado was one figure much conoci in farandula because the was dj also. the self is casa y have child but cu the caso earnest here practicamente owing to throw all his future afor.


Earlier posts about this case

http://scaredmonkeys.net/index.php?topic=9013.msg1276296#msg1276296

In English:

http://arubaherald.com/court/1051-prosecutor-demands-4-years-for-teacher-who-sexually-abused-students.html


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The prosecutor in the sexual abuse and harassment case against Vito Geerman, the elementary school teacher popularly known as radio's "DJ Vic", is demanding four years imprisonment and five years suspension from his job. The Judge will announce his decision on September 22. The teacher is detained, accused of having sexual intercourse with 4 students.

Among the complaints were tongue kissing and penetration. It has happened that Geerman has left the children in the gym and leave with one student to commit the acts in another space at the school. The defense attorney, Edwin Duijneveld explained that there are many declarations that are contradictory to what his client has said happened. He added that Fundacion Lisette Gomez, a local foundation against child abuse, encouraged publicity for the case. He said in court that the foundation advised the parents to submit a complaint and to go to newspapers to damage Vic Geerman's reputation by bringing the situation into publicity.
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Four years is little enough but then they only want five years suspension from teaching!!!! They are going to let this "man" reenter a classroom?

That is part of the problem.  There are no real laws to deter anyone from doing bad things.  There are no victim's rights!!  The whole culture is protecting the perpetrator!

Absolutely!  It's sickening!   

Reminded me of Farley Wiersma, the customs officer that was convicted of smuggling cocaine to the Netherlands, his sentence was three years in prison, and three years suspension from working for the government!  He'll be back in uniform in no time at all!

http://scaredmonkeys.net/index.php?topic=188.msg1052995#msg1052995 



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judge is achieve cu the douanero farley wiersma his participacion was crucial. because; acolyte douane cu for much time dedica at combatimento of drugs, the is achieve cu this is one sla duro for credibilidad of douane. past owing to condena farley wiersma at 3 anja of jail y cu for 3 anja farley wiersma not can work more in the apparatus gubernamental.
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« Reply #264 on: September 11, 2011, 01:01:01 PM »

Thanks for posting the videos Klaas!   
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« Reply #265 on: September 11, 2011, 01:11:22 PM »

http://www.cbs42.com/content/localnews/story/Will-van-der-Sloot-get-a-sneak-peek-at-Natalee/zw3ZjkkFSkanUzYt5JaeZw.cspx

Will van der Sloot get a sneak peek at Natalee movie?
         
Print Story Published: 11:45 am Share Updated: 11:50 am     

Birmingham, Ala (WIAT)  In the stranger than fiction world of Joran van der Sloot, will the accused killer get a sneak peek at a Natalee Holloway movie...in the comfort of his Peruvian prison cell?

The movie by Dutch film maker Paul Ruven is set to debut September 22 at the Utrecht Film Festival in the Netherlands. Me and Mr. Jones on Natalee Island is Ruven's fictional account of an investigative reporter determined to break the real story of what happened when Mountain Brook teen Natalee Holloway disappeared on a graduation trip to Aruba.

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Van der Sloot has been in Peru's Castro Castro prison since he was arrested in Chile days after Stephany's body was discovered. His stay there has been a bizarre parade of incidents including charges he was selling drugs, allegations he had fathered a child with a frequent visitor, a controversial cell block picture of him mugging with a Colombian hitman and an accused murderer from Pennsylvania and even an apparently unauthorized TV interview with Natalee's mother Beth. That interview was turned into a two part program for Dutch TV.

Now, film maker Ruven tells CBS42 that Dutch crime reporter John van den Heuvel will fly to Peru to show van der Sloot a copy of Ruven's film.

In a possibly related story, van den Heuvel has denied he's flying to Peru for a scheduled preliminary hearing in van der Sloot's murder case. Van den Heuvel is quoted by the Dutch newspaper AD saying he isn't making a twelve hour flight for a hearing that van der Sloot may not even appear at.

Sounds logical. But there's little in the van der Sloot/Holloway/Flores saga that has followed logic. So don't be surprised if the next story out of Peru is about prisoner van der Sloot get a sneak peek at Ruven's film
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« Reply #266 on: September 11, 2011, 01:17:09 PM »

http://www.cbs42.com/content/localnews/story/Van-der-Sloot-hearing-Monday-morning/DpzTOOloXk6IIguAlHG7Ww.cspx

Van der Sloot hearing Monday morning
         
Print Story Published: 9/10 8:06 am Share Updated: 11:54 am     

Birmingham, Ala (WIAT)  The slow process of the Peruvian justice system is grinding one step closer to keeping Joran van der Sloot behind bars.  The Dutchman has a preliminary hearing scheduled in Lima Monday on charges he killed 21 year old student Stephany Flores.

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Van der Sloot's defense now is that he killed Flores in a fit of temporary insanity.  Peruvian prosecutors say the motive was robbery and they're seeking a 30 year prison term.

American authorities here in Alabama are waiting their crack at van der Sloot.  A Birmingham grand jury indicted him on extortion and wire fraud charges claiming he promised the Holloway family information about Natalee's fate, took their money, but never provided the information.

Any efforts to extradite van der Sloot to Alabama are stuck in line behind the Peruvian murder charges.

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« Reply #267 on: September 11, 2011, 04:42:33 PM »

Tomorrow my son and American DIL are driving across the line to join her family at a special 911 memorial service at their church.

The church hubby and I attend in the Central Fraser Valley of British Columbia extended an open invitation to all first responders (RCMP, firemen, paramedics, 911 operators) from our community for a special 9/11 memorial service following by a potluck lunch in their honor.  Hubby and grandsons were at the church today assisting with the setting up of tables and ... the word was that 15 first responders have accepted the invitation. Along with their families the count is 66.



I like that Janet. Family here in that category. They are working today. Serving our country. Most of time we do not appreciate them or even think about them, until of course, we as ndividuals need them in our lives. 

Following 9/11 ... I knew I would never again take for granted our first responders.

There were two large fire engines parked on the main street outside the building when hubby and I arrived at church this morning.  Already seated inside the sanctuary in a reserved section for our guests were six on-duty fireman.  The Pastor joked ... if these guys made a beeline for the entrance ... the implication was they were forced to respond to an emergency or the sermon was reeeealy bad.

Anyways ... approximately 20 first responders along with family members were present and acknowledge at the service and ... they were first in line at a wonderful potluck lunch which followed.

The RCMP corporal and the fire chief from our community spoke from the heart to all who were present.  Both shared why 9/11 was a humbling experience for them as well as the men and women who served under them.  There was not a dry eye in the congregation and ... both of these guys received standing ovations.

Kat_Gram ... I think of you often.  I hope all is well.

Off to Vancouver to attend a family a gathering.  Hubby is anticipating lots of Japanese food.  I am anticipating lots of great company.

Janet
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« Reply #268 on: September 11, 2011, 10:00:19 PM »

http://arubaherald.com/court/1052-prosecutor-demands-7-years-jail-time-for-drug-running-cab-driver.html



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It was actually MORE THAN 50 kilos...from the first reports

http://scaredmonkeys.net/index.php?topic=9630.msg1389989#msg1389989

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ARUBA

Coast Guard found 66 kilos of drugs in fishing

December 10, 2010, 24:56 (GMT -04:00)

ORANGE CITY - The Coast Guard on Thursday morning at sea 67 kilos of drugs found on board fishing Fin Chasers. During the following four raids by the Organised Crime Section, an additional one kilo of drugs found in a hotel room. Justice made six arrests, including the Aruban owner of the boat, which also is a taxi driver.

The Public Prosecutor (OM) speaks of raids in the 'broadest sense. Because the search of the boat and hotel room are also there. Besides the detained fisherman / taxi driver is also a woman (Aruba), two men from Colombia and arrested two men from Curaçao.

The arrest of the fisherman, RG, for the Coast Guard will itself be a blow. The man had good connections with the coast guard and watched as he and his boat exports forward to possible drug boats. He also lent his boat where the drugs were found, also regularly to the Coast Guard so they could leave with it. Recently, he was more at sea than riding in his taxi seen. The Organized Crime Section was G. and six others for some time in the holes and waited for the right moment to strike. That happened Thursday morning after G. That night was again set sail. The Coast Guard came on board and found the drugs. The prosecution is currently investigating whether it is cocaine. The arrested persons are now brought before the judge. Justice does not rule out that more arrests to follow.
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« Reply #269 on: September 11, 2011, 10:46:36 PM »

http://www.todaysxm.com/2011/08/29/singer-philips-faces-light-sentence-for-child-porn-possession/



May 3, 2011 Edition of The Morning News

http://issuu.com/themorningnews/docs/may_3__2011

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« Reply #271 on: September 12, 2011, 01:28:35 AM »

http://www.telegraaf.nl/binnenland/10531243/__Eerste_hoorzitting_Joran__.html?sn=binnenland,buitenland

First hearing process van der Sloot
Mon September 12, 2011

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During the hearing, the lawyers respond to the lawsuit. His lawyer had argued that Van der Sloot Flores was slain "from a violent emotion" and that the charge should be manslaughter. Standing in a prison sentence of between 6 and 20 years.

But in late August it became known that the charge was murder and robbery. The prosecutor demands 30 years in prison and a compensation of around 50,000 euros for the family of Flores.
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« Reply #272 on: September 12, 2011, 10:50:14 AM »

Are there any American networds in Peru covering this public hearing?

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First hearing in Joran van der Sloot trial
Published on 12 September 2011 - 8:38am


The first public hearing in the trial of Dutchman Joran van der Sloot is being held in the Peruvian capital Lima. He is accused of killing Peruvian student Stephany Flores in his Lima hotel room on 30 May 2010.

The Public Prosecutor's Office announced at the end of August that Van der Sloot would be charged with murder and robbery and it would be seeking a 30-year jail sentence and damages of 50,000 euros.

His defence lawyer has argued that his client killed Stephany Flores "out of violent emotion" and that the appropriate charge should therefore be manslaughter, which carries a prison sentence of 6-20 years.

Joran van der Sloot was arrested on 3 June 2010 in Chile near the coastal resort of Viña del Mar. He was handed over to the Peruvian authorities two days later and has been in custody in Lima's Castro Castro prison since 11 June 2010.

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« Reply #273 on: September 12, 2011, 12:45:17 PM »


THE STEPHANY FLORES CASE

The Laptop

March 28, 2011 11:55 AM

Joran van der Sloot Laptop Lie? Peru police say computer exposes lie in Stephany Flores killing


CBS/AP) LIMA, Peru - A study of Joran van der Sloot's laptop shows he is lying when he says he killed a young Peruvian woman in a fit of rage after she discovered his connection to Natalee Holloway's disappearance while using the computer, a senior Peruvian police official said Friday.

Stephany Flores did not view any such information on the laptop after accompanying Van der Sloot to the Lima hotel room where she was killed on May 30, the technology chief of Peru's police, Col. Oscar Gonzales, told The Associated Press.

"She didn't view anything about Holloway. It's a lie that she tried to ask him about (the case)," Gonzales said.

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http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-504083_162-20047862-504083.html


The Laptop

Murder of Stephany Flores in Peru: Joran Van der Sloot Lying Again … Laptop Study Shows that Searches on Natalee Holloway Much Earlier in the Day


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... Now Van der Sloot, the Dutch Sporter is lying to save his bacon in Peru in the death of Stephany Flores. Van der Sloot has claims that he murdered Flores in a fit of passion and rage after discovering that she had violated his privacy and has looking up information on his laptop in connection with the death of Natalee Holloway in Aruba.

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Posted March 26, 2011 by Scared Monkeys

http://scaredmonkeys.com/2011/03/26/murder-of-stephany-flores-in-peru-joran-van-der-sloot-lying-again-laptop-study-shows-that-searches-on-natalee-holloway-much-earlier-in-the-day/


The Laptop

“Van der Sloot went on gambling after murder
”Published on 25 March 2011 - 6:15pm


Joran van der Sloot may have spent the night playing online poker after murdering Stephany Flores, according to Peruvian forensic investigators who have carried out a detailed examination of his laptop.

The detectives also found that Flores did not search for information on Natalee Holloway immediately before the murder, as Van der Sloot claims. The laptop was used to search for details of the Holloway case, but much earlier in the day, Dutch website Crimesite reports. Van der Sloot says he killed Flores in a fury when he saw she was reading about his alleged involvement in Holloway’s disappearance.

Between 04.24 and 08.23 Van der Sloot’s laptop was in use, with a number of pauses, and two poker websites were visited. This could suggest Van der Sloot went on playing poker after murdering Flores. Another possibility is that the murder took place after the poker games were finished. This would mean the killing did not take place during a row shortly after the two returned to the hotel at 05.30, as he claimed in his initial statement to the police.

Crime of passion

Van der Sloot says that after an evening at the casino he and Flores returned to the hotel at her suggestion to go on playing poker. When he checked his e-mail he found hate mail relating to his alleged involvement in the disappearance of Natalee Holloway, he says. When he returned to the room after fetching coffee, he claims he found Flores using his laptop to look for information on the Holloway case, and lost his temper.

Van der Sloot’s defence lawyer argues he killed Flores in the heat of the moment when the row turned into a physical fight. The murder was therefore not premeditated but a ‘crime of passion’. But the data on the laptop shows the search for information on Holloway, said to have prompted the row, took place much earlier in the day, during the afternoon.

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http://www.rnw.nl/english/bulletin/%E2%80%9Cvan-der-sloot-went-gambling-after-murder%E2%80%9D

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Considering the the outcome of the laptop investigation ... why does it continue to be an issue in the defence of Joran van der Sloot?

Janet

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Joran van der Sloot to Appear in Peruvian Court on Murder Charges
Published September 12, 2011


LIMA, Peru -- Joran van der Sloot, the prime suspect in the disappearance of U.S. teen Natalee Holloway, was due in court in Peru on Monday over the murder of a local woman.

The Dutchman is accused of robbing and murdering 21-year-old Stephany Flores, who was found dead in his Lima hotel room in May 2010. He was arrested after fleeing over the border to Chile and has been held in Lima's notorious Castro Castro prison ever since.

Prosecutors and Flores' family are seeking a 30-year prison term, arguing that this would be a "just penalty." Van der Sloot's defense team is seeking to lodge a manslaughter plea with a reduced sentence of six to 20 years, arguing their client acted in "a fit of rage" after Flores accessed files on his computer.

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« Reply #274 on: September 12, 2011, 02:10:01 PM »

http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/nationworld/2016185398_apltperuvandersloot.html

Attorney: Van der Sloot trial likely in 2012
The attorney for the family of a Peruvian woman allegedly slain by Joran van der Sloot says it appears likely the young Dutchman's murder trial will not begin until next year.

The Associated Press
Originally published Monday, September 12, 2011 at 10:44 AM

LIMA, Peru —
The attorney for the family of a Peruvian woman allegedly slain by Joran van der Sloot says it appears likely the young Dutchman's murder trial will not begin until next year.

Attorney Edward Alvarez spoke after a hearing Monday on the prosecution's recommendation that Van der Sloot be sentenced to 30 years in prison in the May 2010 killing of Stephany Flores.

Alvarez says the victim's family considers the proposed sentence too lenient. The family contends Van der Sloot planned the murder to rob Flores. Van der Sloot's attorney says the slaying was not premeditated.

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« Reply #275 on: September 12, 2011, 02:18:06 PM »

Hearing for Van der Sloot held in Peru
12:59 PM, Sep 12, 2011

 
LIMA, Peru (CBS) -- A hearing for Dutch national Joran Van der Sloot who has been charged in Peru of murdering a local woman got underway in Lima Sept. 12.

Van der Sloot did not attend the hearing and neither did his defense lawyers.

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« Reply #276 on: September 12, 2011, 02:28:53 PM »

Attorney: Van der Sloot trial likely in 2012
September 12th, 2011 @ 11:43am

LIMA, Peru (AP) - The attorney for the family of a Peruvian woman allegedly slain by Joran van der Sloot says it appears likely the young Dutchman's murder trial will not begin until next year.

Attorney Edward Alvarez spoke after a hearing Monday on the prosecution's recommendation that Van der Sloot be sentenced to 30 years in prison in the May 2010 killing of Stephany Flores.

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http://www.ksl.com/index.php?nid=235&sid=15893415

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2012!!!


Woman's family wants speedy trial for van der Sloot
By the CNN Wire Staff
August 17, 2011 -- Updated 2200 GMT (0600 HKT


(CNN) -- The family of a slain Peruvian woman is urging prosecutors to file their case against murder suspect Joran van der Sloot, warning that he may be released by December unless the case goes ahead.

"We are worried because Peruvian law says that if a suspect's trial doesn't begin within 18 months after his arrest, authorities are obligated to set the suspect free," Ricardo Flores, the dead woman's father, told CNN.

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« Reply #277 on: September 12, 2011, 02:41:02 PM »

What happened?  Is the family now objecting to the prosecution's proposed 30 year sentence for the murder of Stephany Flores?

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Van der Sloot victim's family caught in time dilemma
Published: 9/09 7:28 am

 
Birmingham, Ala (WIAT)  The family of murder victim Stephany Flores has another tough decision to make. 

The Flores family wants  prosecutors to seek a longer sentence against confessed killer Joran van der Sloot.  He's currently looking at a thirty year sentence if convicted of killing the 21 year old student.

They also want an end to the legal process that began when their daughter was found dead in van der Sloot's Lima, Peru hotel room in May 2010. 

The family's lawyer tells The Associated Press that Stephany Flores' family won't object to the proposed sentence because it doesn't want the trial delayed.  Lawyer Edward Alvarez says that if the Flores family were to raise objections Monday the trial could be delayed until next year.

Van der Sloot is to appear Monday before a judge who could set the trial to begin as early as October.

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http://www.cbs42.com/content/localnews/story/Van-der-Sloot-victims-family-caught-in-time/6KmHA5Yr8EKHrL8gAjZPkA.cspx

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« Reply #278 on: September 12, 2011, 02:54:52 PM »

http://noticias.terra.com.co/internacional/latinoamerica/peru-defensa-de-victima-de-holandes-objeta-acusacion-fiscal,889fded457e52310VgnVCM10000098f154d0RCRD.html

Peru: Dutch defense objected victim of indictment
September 12, 2011 • 11:31

The family of the young Peruvian allegedly killed by the Dutchman Joran van der Sloot in 2010 objected to the indictment on Monday of the prosecution, who asked for 30 years in prison abroad.

Edward Alvarez, attorney for the family of Stephany Flores, said the court will evaluate the objection and, admit it, return to the opinion of the prosecutor for review. This means it is very unlikely that the trial against Van der Sloot for the murder of Flores to start on the rest of this year, said the lawyer.

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In a court hearing on Monday, Alvarez objected to the opinion of the prosecutor Miriam Riveros, in late August that called for 30 years in prison for Van der Sloot for murder and robbery simple.

The defense of the Flores family Van der Sloot says he murdered 21-year university for the purpose of stealing, a crime that is punishable by life imprisonment.

"The hall has a maximum of 15 days to decide ... if you believe that our observations are correct, it is possible that the room to return the tax charge to correct," Alvarez told reporters outside the courthouse to .

The defense of Van der Sloot, who appeared at the hearing, the Dutchman claims he acted under a strong emotion to be angry because Flores had been rummaging through your personal computer and discovered the charges against him by the Holloway case.

A few days ago, Alvarez Flores said the family was in the dilemma of accepting the prosecution or otherwise objectionable, because in that case would be delayed the start of the trial with the risk that Van der Sloot in December prompted his release by the deadline maximum prison term of 18 months without being sentenced or prosecuted.

However, Alvarez said Monday the AP that the risk was dismissed because the prosecution have been made about Van der Sloot abroad, the case is considered complex and that justice warrants prison term extended.

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« Reply #279 on: September 12, 2011, 03:12:36 PM »

Thanks Grace

The last paragraph of your posting relieves my concern that a delayed trial could result in the Stephany Flores case being dismissed.

The 6 1/2 year roller coast ride that we have been riding in regards to Joran van der Sloot is ongoing.

Janet
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