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« Reply #220 on: June 14, 2010, 05:15:05 PM »



This is what Anita sent Joran:

Anita van der Sloot sent the following message to her son Joran: "Since I've heard of your problems in Peru, people continue to call me. Be strong and courageous and trust God, then everything will be fine. I can not travel. "

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« Reply #221 on: June 14, 2010, 05:50:38 PM »

Natalee Holloway's father seeks answers in Aruba
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ORANJESTAD, Aruba - Natalee Holloway's father was back in Aruba on Monday, hoping the suspect in his daughter's disappearance has provided local authorities with new clues since being arrested for the killing of a 21-year-old woman in Peru.

Dave Holloway planned to discuss the latest developments with prosecutors and investigators at a meeting Tuesday, said Tim Miller, a friend and the founder of Texas EquuSearch, a group that has repeatedly searched for the missing Alabama woman since her disappearance in 2005. He had previously said they would discuss the case Monday but the meeting was postponed for unknown reasons.

Miller, who is staying with Holloway in Aruba but not attending the meetings, said volunteers were ready to immediately resume the search if there is any new information from Joran van der Sloot, who was jailed Friday on charges of killing business student Stephany Flores on May 30 in a Lima hotel.

Miller said the killing of Flores, on the fifth anniversary of 18-year-old Natalee Holloway's disappearance in Aruba, opened up old wounds for the distraught father, who has been frustrated with the lack of progress by Aruban authorities.

"He's very saddened," Miller told The Associated Press. "He feels that if the Arubans had done their job, Joran would be in jail and Stephany would be alive."

Holloway and Miller have made many previous trips to Aruba in search of clues about the teen from Mountain Brook, Alabama, who was last seen leaving a bar with Van der Sloot on the final night of a high school graduation trip to the Caribbean island.

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« Reply #222 on: June 14, 2010, 05:53:13 PM »

June 14, 2010
Joran van der Sloot's attorney quits!


Joran van der Sloot's Peruvian attorney, Maximo Altez Navarro,  has resigned from defending the  murder suspect, the attorney told Peru's Foreign Press Association Monday.

Earlier, Navarro told CNN that he didn't want to be van der Sloot's attorney anymore. The resignation comes just hours after In Session obtained detailed transcripts of van der Sloot's confession to police.

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« Reply #223 on: June 14, 2010, 07:25:34 PM »

June 14, 2010 3:29 PM
Joran van der Sloot Mug Shot (PICTURE): Inmate 326390


NEW YORK (CBS/AP) Joran van der Sloot is now inmate 326390, according to his mug shot, which was broadcast on Peruvian television Sunday.

PICTURES: Joran van der Sloot
PICTURES: Stephany Flores

The mug shot was taken June 11, 2010 and obtained by The Associated Press via Peruvian television station America Television.

The Dutch national is seen holding his inmate number in a picture taken just before he was transferred to the maximum security Miguel Castro Castro prison where, for his own protection, he will have his own cell in a small block near the prison director's office, spokesman Bruno Guzman told The Associated Press.

Peruvian police said van der Sloot, long suspected in the 2005 disappearance of American teenager Natalee Holloway, has confessed to killing 21-year-old Peruvian business student Stephany Flores on May 30, after they met playing poker.

The photo was broadcast during America Television's show "Domingo al Dia", on Sunday, June 13, 2010.

It was not yet known when the murder trial might begin. A judge must first be assigned to hear the case.

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« Reply #224 on: June 14, 2010, 07:29:17 PM »

June 14, 2010 11:00 AM
Joran van der Sloot Confession Transcript: "There was Blood Everywhere"


LIMA, Peru (CBS/AP) Joran van der Sloot slammed Stephany Flores in the face with his right elbow, strangled the 21-year-old Lima woman for a full minute, then took off his shirt and suffocated her with it, according to transcripts of his signed confession released by Peruvian authorities.

PICTURES: Joran van der Sloot
PICTURES: Stephany Flores

"There was blood everywhere," the Dutch national said according to transcripts obtained by CNN. "What am I going to do now? I had blood on my shirt. There was also blood on the bed, so, I took my shirt and put it on her face, pressing hard, until I killed Stephany."

On Friday, a judge ordered him jailed on first-degree murder and robbery charges in Flores' May 30 slaying.

In the transcribed confession, obtained by CNN and The Associated Press, he says Flores threw the first blow.

"At that moment impulsively, with my right elbow I hit her in the face exactly on top of the nose," van der Sloot said in transcripts according to CNN. "I think she started to faint. It affected me so that I grabbed her from the neck and strangled her for a minute."

The two were playing online poker on his laptop, said van der Sloot, when an insulting message arrived on the screen mentioning the Natalee Holloway case and saying, "I'm going to kill you, you little Mongoloid."

Van der Sloot has been arrested twice but has never been charged in the 2005 disappearance of the American teen, who vanished while on vacation in Aruba.

He said that after he explained the Holloway disappearance and how he'd been accused of it, Flores punched him on the left side of his head.

There is no mention in the confession about Flores and van der Sloot having sexual relations. Police say there is no evidence of sexual abuse.

Peru's criminal police chief, Gen. Cesar Guardia, says he's skeptical about van der Sloot's story. The defendant is, after all, a person who described himself as "a pathological liar" in a 2007 book he co-wrote when several of the figures in the Holloway saga cashed in on the case with published accounts.

Asked about his motive for killing Flores, van der Sloot told his questioners he didn't really know.

"I lost control of my actions," the confession quotes him as saying. "I didn't know what I was doing."

Van der Sloot's attorney, Maximo Altez, said Thursday that his client's confession was void on the grounds that he made it in the presence of a defense lawyer who was appointed by police.

Guardia disagrees, saying that not only was van der Sloot properly represented by his government-appointed defense attorney, but the Dutch translator present during the interrogation was assigned by the Dutch Embassy

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« Reply #225 on: June 14, 2010, 11:44:41 PM »

NANCY GRACE
Van Der Sloot Confession Transcript Released
Aired June 14, 2010 - 20:00:00   ET


http://transcripts.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/1006/14/ng.01.html


ISSUES WITH JANE VELEZ-MITCHELL
New Details About Joran`s Confession
Aired June 14, 2010 - 19:00:00   ET


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« Reply #226 on: June 15, 2010, 10:36:48 AM »

On the Record w/ Greta
Stephany Flores's Family: 'You Cannot Describe the Pain'Tuesday, June 15, 2010

GRETA VAN SUSTEREN, FOX NEWS HOST: Now the family of Joran van der Sloot's alleged murder victim, 21-year-old Stephany Flores, goes "On the Record." Now, we went to Peru to get you the inside story directly from Flores's family.

(BEGIN VIDEOTAPE)

VAN SUSTEREN: Is there some way to describe the pain, I mean, or is that just the impossible question? But, you know, what's it like for your family?

ENRIQUE FLORES, BROTHER OF STEPHANY FLORES: You cannot describe the pain because it will never go away. And everything that you see or thing that you do always reminds us of her and things that we all do as a family. So it's very hard for all of us.

VAN SUSTEREN: You know, what is it about her that -- you know, in terms of -- why did -- why did this happen? She's just unsuspecting, young guy, you know, runs off to play poker with him, is that it? What happened?

ENRIQUE FLORES: I think it's very hard to answer that because we never can even imagine this thing, it can happen. It's something like, if you see in a movie, sometimes even today, yesterday, we are, like, we don't feel like this is real. This is a shock. It's still a shock for us.

CAROLINA FLORES, STEPHANY'S SISTER-IN-LAW: We don't understand what has happened. Maybe this is a nightmare for us. Sometimes, we think that she's here with us, alive.

VAN SUSTEREN: How did you find out about it, Enrique? I mean, what - - who told you?

ENRIQUE FLORES: Well, I was with my family. We thought it was a kidnap, so we were checking with the police.

VAN SUSTEREN: So you knew she was -- so you felt she was missing at some point?

ENRIQUE FLORES: Yes. Of course.

VAN SUSTEREN: What -- so on May 30th, you thought she was missing?

ENRIQUE FLORES: No, no...

CAROLINA FLORES: (INAUDIBLE)

ENRIQUE FLORES: Oh, yes, May 30th, yes, because she didn't came back -- she went out on Saturday and she didn't came to sleep. So on Sunday, my dad got worried. He called. We two don't live here. And well, we started to look (ph) at the family, and we called the police and they started to check every place that she could be. And the police thought it was a kidnap. So the police say, You have to wait for the call. And that was on Monday. When she wasn't here on Monday and we didn't receive a call, the police say this was kind of strange, kind of weird.

And then they saw videos that she was in Miraflores, in street, entering the casino. So we went to the casino because the owner of the casino is a friend of the family. And we were checking out all the videos. That took a long time. Finally, we got the shot when my sister was in the casino with this guy.

And we were with the police. That was on Tuesday night. And then one of the players of the casino told us his name, Joran van der Sloot's name. And we came back with the police to see how we're going to, like, check all the hotels and see what we're going to do the next step.

And my wife went up to Stephany's room because we were sleeping here all those days, and she started screaming because she Googled his name on the computer. So we went to the second floor and we see on the computer all the things that this guy has done.

VAN SUSTEREN: So you just Googled Joran van der Sloot?

CAROLINA FLORES: Yes. The minute that we went to the casino, we were -- we were desperate. So when I look this guy in the screen, I just -- I just saw him in the screen and I got the image in my mind and I couldn't stop thinking about him. So when I got here, the first thing I did was, I went to Stephany's room and I started the computer and I Googled the name, and there it was. Scary, when I start to read all the terrible things that he did to Natalee.

(END VIDEOTAPE)

VAN SUSTEREN: Next, as you know, on May 10th, in an FBI-supervised sting operation in Aruba, Beth Holloway, through her lawyer, John Q. Kelly, gave Van der Sloot money. Now, the Holloway expectation was that Van der Sloot would be arrested for the crime of extortion. He was not arrested. Instead, the grim likelihood Joran used Beth's money to fund his trip to Peru. More on Joran van der Sloot coming up next.

(COMMERCIAL BREAK)

VAN SUSTEREN: Continuing from Peru with the family of Stephany Flores, Joran van der Sloot's 21-year-old alleged murder victim. Stephany's father Ricardo answered our questions in Spanish and his family translated for him.

(BEGIN VIDEOTAPE)

VAN SUSTEREN: Why did you think Joran van der Sloot did this? What motivated him?

RICARDO FLORES, STEPHANY FLORES' FATHER (Via translator): He is saying maybe you can know, because it was the same date, May 30th. Five years ago the same date. He says maybe you know more than us, because you have been after this five years. It is the same day, the same day in Aruba.

VAN SUSTEREN: Are you in favor of him getting any sort of easier deal here if he does tell anything about Natalee?

RICARDO FLORES (Via translator): He says if that is going to give peace to Natalee and Natalee's family he doesn't mind. But he has to be like a family decision. He thinks what the family can think or feel, but that's not what the justice here can do.

I mean, he don't want like getting involved or make a judgment with the justice, what the decision of the justice is going to be here. As a family if we can help Natalee's case with something, we are going to do it. We are going to try to do everything that we can in our hands to find out.

VAN SUSTEREN: I know from my conversations over the years with Beth Holloway, the mother of Natalee, and with her lawyer, and I know what I've been told recently, is that Beth Holloway feels horrible because her effort to try to get that information on May 10th in Aruba probably financed his trip here. He didn't have any money.

So she is stricken by what has happened to your family because in some way she feels like she financed the trip.

RICARDO FLORES (Via translator): First of all, she doesn't blame Natalee's mom because she was to do the best effort that was in her hands to find her daughter. You can never trust a murder. You can never trust a person that a killer, a persona does this kind of crimes. And you cannot make a decision, you cannot have a decision with this kind of person. You are never going to have nothing good from it.

VAN SUSTEREN: There are many, and I may be one of them, who are critical of our FBI for not making an arrest on May 10th. I know the FBI never wanted this to happen to your family. They never -- but they could have made arrest on May 10th or May 11th or May 12th or May 13th, before he left Aruba. That didn't happen.

What is your thought on the FBI and what happened?

RICARDO FLORES (Via translator): He does not understand why they could do the effort like we did here. We saw all the videos, cameras, all streets, everything. Why they didn't do that in Aruba that kind of things. It is not important, maybe? We don't know what happened.

VAN SUSTEREN: Shortly after Natalee disappeared, I was in Aruba and went to the home of Joran van der Sloot and talked to both his parents, Beth Holloway was there as well. At that point Mrs. Van der Sloot was weeping, saying her son was in jail and said he would never, ever do anything to harm anyone. And she was deeply distressed anyone would accuse her son of a crime.

RICARDO FLORES (Via translator): We'll see how she feels now that we have all the proof here.

VAN SUSTEREN: Do you have something would you like to say to her?

RICARDO FLORES (Via translator): No.

VAN SUSTEREN: Do you feel any way towards her, any thoughts on her at all?

RICARDO FLORES (Via translator): No. She doesn't have the -- I mean, she is not guilty what her son did.

VAN SUSTEREN: How do you think you are going to move on? What do you do with your lives? She lived here in in-house. I can tell the closeness of the family, your only daughter, your only sister. How do you deal with this?

RICARDO FLORES (Via translator): He said we are taking this with a lot of love. To answer your question, he say with a lot of strength. We are always going to feel that she is still higher. That her body is not here, but her soul is always going to be here with us.

We are going to be -- we've always been together this is going to make us closer and stronger.

VAN SUSTEREN: Do you hate him?

RICARDO FLORES (Via translator): No.

VAN SUSTEREN: You don't hate him?

RICARDO FLORES (Via translator): No.

VAN SUSTEREN: How come? How can you not hate him?

RICARDO FLORES (Via translator): We don't hate him because, he said like we don't feel like we have to have revenge.

There is justice we don't have to punish or make some hard feeling for this. We don't hate him because first of all we don't know him. Second of all, it is not going to make us feel better as a family or me as a person.

(END VIDEOTAPE)

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« Reply #227 on: June 15, 2010, 01:35:41 PM »


Aruba, Peru to swap notes on Joran van der Sloot
June 15th, 2010
11:53 AM ET


Aruban and Peruvian authorities have agreed to "help each other" in the murder investigation of Stephany Flores - in which Joran Van der Sloot is the prime suspect, Aruban government spokesman Taco Stein told CNN Tuesday.

Investigators hope the cooperation will lead to new information about the disappearance of Alabama teenager Natalee Holloway in 2005 in Aruba. Van der Sloot is also a suspect in that case.

Following a phone meeting with Peruvian judge Carlos Morales on Tuesday morning, Stein said Peruvian authorities have agreed to allow Aruban investigators into Peru once a formal request has been made. He did not indicate when that more formal request would take place or when Aruban investigators are expected to arrive in Peru, but described the meeting as a "positive start" to information sharing.

On Monday, van der Sloot, who is in the Miguel Castro Castro prison in Lima, was awaiting a psychological evaluation, prison authorities said. He is in a high-security area of the prison where only two of 10 cells are occupied, and he has no contact with inmates in the general prison population. He is under guard 24 hours a day, authorities said.  The only other inmate in the area is alleged Colombian hit man Hugo Trujillo Ospina.

The two have spent some time together in a common area where there is a television set and weights made of out of broomsticks and soda bottles, authorities said.

On Monday, van der Sloot's attorney resigned saying the job was causing too many problems for him.

According to transcripts of his confession, van der Sloot said he elbowed Flores in the face before strangling her and then suffocating her with his own shirt.

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« Reply #228 on: June 15, 2010, 01:40:34 PM »

Van Der Sloot Peru Confession: 'I Grabbed Her By the Neck with Both Hands ...'
Tuesday, June 15, 2010


DAN COLLYNS, GRN CORRESPONDENT: Here in Van der Sloot's confession, where he talks about here -- he says that she hit him in the face with her fist and when they were actually having an argument, after he alleges that she saw this e-mail which referred to him and found out about the previous -- the Natalee Holloway case and his involvement in that. It says, "She hit me in the head on the lefthand side with her fist.

And in that moment, impulsively, with my elbow of my right arm, I gave her a -- I hit her in the face, right above her nose. There was a lot of blood all over the place, and I think she was about to pass out. It affected me so much, that I took her -- I grabbed her by the neck with both hands, and I strangled her for about one minute. And at that time, I thought, What am I doing? I kind of came to my senses, thinking, What can I do now? Because I also had blood on my shirt. There was also blood on bed. So I took my shirt and I put it on her face and pressed hard to the point where I killed her -- to the point where I killed Stephany."

He actually suggests to the police that he'd be willing to cooperate with the Aruban authorities to locate the body of Natalee.

VAN SUSTEREN: That's big of him.

COLLYNS: And he says here that, you know, "The possibility that if this process could go rapidly and smoothly there'd be the possibility that they could extradite me to Aruba, I'd be willing to talk about the case. And I would be -- I would love to -- I would be willing also to talk to the Aruban police if there would be the possibility of closing this case."

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« Reply #229 on: June 15, 2010, 02:55:39 PM »

Holloway Dad and Answers Revealed
Published: Jun 15, 2010


Holloway dad and answers revealed in Natalee Holloway's disappearance. Natalee Holloway's dad met with Aruban authorities to seek new clues that could provide some answers. Joran van der Sloot has promised Holloway's dad information and answers to the location of her body, but he wanted money from the family.

"He's very saddened," Tim Miller, a friend and the founder of Texas EquuSearch that has repeatedly searched for the missing daughter since 2005, said in a statement. "He feels that if the Arubans had done their job, Joran would be in jail and Stephany would be alive." Miller has been staying with the Holloway family in Aruba but hasn't attended the meetings.
Dave Holloway planned to discuss the latest developments with prosecutors and investigators. He wants to know if there has been any new information provided by Joran van der Sloot since his arrest for the killing of a 21-year-old woman in Peru. Sloot was jailed Friday on charges of killing business student Stephany Flores on May 30 in a Lima hotel.

Sloot has changed his story on many occasions. The stories are either lies or something he made up in an effort to bargain. The suspect now wants a deal to go to Arbua because he wants better prison conditions than what they offer in Peru.

 http://www.newsoxy.com/world/holloway-dad-and-answers-13379.html

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« Reply #230 on: June 15, 2010, 07:08:44 PM »

Aruban, Peruvian authorities will 'help each other' in murder probeBy the CNN Wire Staff
June 15, 2010 5:49 p.m. EDT


(CNN) -- Aruban and Peruvian authorities have agreed to "help each other" in the murder investigation of Stephany Flores -- in which Joran Van der Sloot is the prime suspect, an Aruban government spokesman said Tuesday.

Investigators hope the cooperation will lead to new information about the disappearance of Alabama teenager Natalee Holloway in 2005 in Aruba. Van der Sloot is also a suspect in that case.

Following a phone meeting with Peruvian Judge Carlos Morales on Tuesday morning, Aruban government spokesman Taco Stein said Peruvian authorities have agreed to allow Aruban investigators into Peru to interview van der Sloot once a formal request has been made.

Stein did not indicate when the request would take place or when Aruban investigators are expected to arrive in Peru, but described the meeting as a "positive start" to information sharing that many Arubans hope will shed more light on the Holloway case.

Holloway's father, Dave Holloway, met with Aruban authorities on the island Tuesday and told CNN he believes progress is being made in the investigation. He declined to elaborate further.

Peruvian authorities have charged van der Sloot, a 22-year-old Dutch citizen, with murder in the death of 21-year-old Flores last month.

Van der Sloot said he was in Peru for a poker tournament and had met Flores while he was gambling.

Police have said they think van der Sloot killed Flores to steal money she won from gambling.

Van der Sloot told authorities he attacked Flores on May 30 after she read an e-mail on his computer connected with the Holloway case.

http://www.cnn.com/2010/CRIME/06/15/aruba.van.der.sloot/index.html?eref=rss_crime
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« Reply #231 on: June 15, 2010, 07:12:25 PM »

Attorney for Van der Sloot quits

By CARLA SALAZAR
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Tuesday, June 15, 2010; 4:49 PM


LIMA, Peru -- The recently hired Peruvian defense attorney for accused murderer Joran van der Sloot said Tuesday that he's quitting after receiving death threats.

"I've received threats, many threatening e-mails. I'm an older person. This isn't for me," Maximo Altez, 54, told The Associated Press.

He would not describe the threats in a brief telephone conversation, saying only that he would stop representing the young Dutchman when members of Van der Sloot's family arrive in Peru in the next few days.

Police say Van der Sloot confessed last week to killing a 21-year-old Lima student, Stephany Flores, on May 30 in his hotel room after the two met playing poker at a casino.

Van der Sloot, 22, also remains the lone suspect in the disappearance exactly five years earlier in Aruba of U.S. teen Natalee Holloway. He was twice arrested and freed in that case for lack of evidence.

It was not known who will replace Altez. Dutch officials said before Van der Sloot was charged last week that his mother, a schoolteacher in Aruba, might have to borrow money in order to afford defense counsel. She has refused to talk to reporters.

A Peruvian judge on Friday ordered Van der Sloot jailed pending trial.

A different judge, Carlos Morales, will preside over the case, said court spokesman Luis Gallardo. It is not known when the trial will begin.

Prosecutors say Van der Sloot acted with "ferocity and great cruelty" in allegedly killing Flores. According to a transcript of the confession police say he made, Van der Sloot elbowed the young woman in the nose, strangled her with both hands, threw her to the floor, took off his bloodied shirt and asphyxiated her.

If convicted, he faces from 15 to 35 years in prison.

Van der Sloot is being held in a segregated block of the maximum-security Castro Castro prison in eastern Lima. He asked to be separated from the main prison population out of fear for his life.

The Dutchman has his own 2-by-3.5-meter (6.6-by-11.5-foot) cell, which is adjacent to that of a reputed Colombian hit man, a spokesman for the National Penal Institute told the AP, speaking on condition of anonymity for security reasons.

Both share the television set in the Colombian inmate's cell, the spokesman said.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/06/15/AR2010061503785.html
 
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http://www.rnw.nl/english/article/colombia-police-investigate-van-der-sloot-over-missing-girls

Colombia police investigate Van der Sloot over missing girls
Published on : 9 June 2010 - 12:01pm | By RNW News Desk (Photo: ANP)

Police in Colombia are investigating whether Dutch national Johan van der Sloot was involved in the disappearance of two girls in Bogotá. The chief suspect in the murder case of Peruvian woman Stephany Flores was reportedly seen in various casinos in the Colombian capital in the company of young girls.

The sensationalist newspaper El Espacio has published an article on the Dutchman, linking his visits to Bogotá casinos to attend poker games between 6 and 14 May 2010, to the young women’s disappearance. The two girls went missing in the same period and - according to eye-witnesses - were spotted in Van der Sloot’s company. The 22-year-old Dutchman stayed at two or more hotels, the newspaper reports.
Crosses the border unnoticed
On 14 May, Van der Sloot left for Peru. According to a Colombian police spokesman, “there is no official documentation” of Johan van der Sloot crossing the Colombian border into Peru. The spokesman admits in Dutch newspaper, the AD, that there are several points along the border where it’s possible to cross over without being checked.
 
The police spokesman has confirmed that Bogotá is investigating the disappearance of the two girls, but stresses that there is as yet unsubstantiated evidence to implicate Johan van der Sloot, who is still the main suspect in the case of the disappearance of Natalee Holloway.
Notoriety
Van der Sloot gained international notoriety because of his connection with the disappearance of US teenager Natalee Holloway on the island of Aruba in 2005. Ms Holloway's body has never been found and the case remains unsolved. Although Van der Sloot is the chief suspect, no charges have been brought against him due to lack of evidence.
 
Natalee's father, Dave Holloway, has said he hopes the confession over the Stephany Flores murder will lead to more revelations in Natalee's case. The father of the US teenager said a long prison term in a Peruvian jail would at least be a just punishment for Van der Sloot. The Public Prosecutor in Aruba has offered to assist Peru in the Flores investigation.
 
Stephany Flores
Once in Peru, Van der Sloot checked into a hotel in the capital, Lima. The Dutchman has since confessed to the murder of the 21-year-old Peruvian woman on 30 May. Apparently, Van der Sloot reacted furiously when Ms Flores used his laptop without his permission and discovered his link to the disappearance of US teenager Natalee Holloway.
 
If found guilty of murder, Van der Sloot faces a 35-year jail sentence in Peru. In the case of manslaughter, he could get a 20-year jail term. Peruvian Minister of Social Development and Women’s Affairs, Nidia Vílchez Yucra, is calling for the maximum sentence.
 
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« Reply #233 on: June 16, 2010, 12:14:31 AM »

Citing threats, Peruvian defense lawyer for Van der Sloot quits
Published June 15, 2010


LIMA, Peru (AP) — The recently hired Peruvian defense attorney for accused murderer Joran van der Sloot said Tuesday that he's quitting after receiving death threats.

"I've received threats, many threatening e-mails. I'm an older person. This isn't for me," Maximo Altez, 54, told The Associated Press.

He would not describe the threats in a brief telephone conversation, saying only that he would stop representing the young Dutchman when members of Van der Sloot's family arrive in Peru in the next few days.

Police say Van der Sloot confessed last week to killing a 21-year-old Lima student, Stephany Flores, on May 30 in his hotel room after the two met playing poker at a casino.

Van der Sloot, 22, also remains the lone suspect in the disappearance exactly five years earlier in Aruba of U.S. teen Natalee Holloway. He was twice arrested and freed in that case for lack of evidence.

It was not known who will replace Altez. Dutch officials said before Van der Sloot was charged last week that his mother, a schoolteacher in Aruba, might have to borrow money in order to afford defense counsel. She has refused to talk to reporters.

A Peruvian judge on Friday ordered Van der Sloot jailed pending trial.

A different judge, Carlos Morales, will preside over the case, said court spokesman Luis Gallardo. It is not known when the trial will begin.

Prosecutors say Van der Sloot acted with "ferocity and great cruelty" in allegedly killing Flores. According to a transcript of the confession police say he made, Van der Sloot elbowed the young woman in the nose, strangled her with both hands, threw her to the floor, took off his bloodied shirt and asphyxiated her.

If convicted, he faces from 15 to 35 years in prison.

Van der Sloot is being held in a segregated block of the maximum-security Castro Castro prison in eastern Lima. He asked to be separated from the main prison population out of fear for his life.

The Dutchman has his own 2-by-3.5-meter (6.6-by-11.5-foot) cell, which is adjacent to that of a reputed Colombian hit man, a spokesman for the National Penal Institute told the AP, speaking on condition of anonymity for security reasons.

Both share the television set in the Colombian inmate's cell, the spokesman said

http://www.foxnews.com/world/2010/06/15/citing-threats-peruvian-defense-lawyer-van-der-sloot-quits/?test=latestnews
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« Reply #234 on: June 16, 2010, 12:15:57 AM »

Natalee Holloway's Father Returns to Aruba, Pushing for Answers
Published June 14, 2010


ORANJESTAD, Aruba -- Natalee Holloway's father was meeting Monday with Aruban authorities, hoping the suspect in his daughter's disappearance has provided new clues since being arrested for the murder of a 21-year-old woman in Peru.

Dave Holloway planned to discuss the latest developments with prosecutors and investigators, said Tim Miller, a friend and the founder of Texas EquuSearch, a group that has repeatedly searched for the missing Alabama woman since her disappearance in 2005.

Miller, who is staying with Holloway in Aruba but not attending the meetings, said volunteers were ready to immediately resume the search if there is any new information from Joran van der Sloot, who was jailed Friday on charges of killing business student Stephany Flores on May 30 in a Lima hotel.

Miller said the killing of Flores, on the fifth anniversary of 18-year-old Natalee Holloway's disappearance in Aruba, opened up old wounds for the distraught father, who has been frustrated with the lack of progress by Aruban authorities.

"He's very saddened," Miller told The Associated Press. "He feels that if the Arubans had done their job, Joran would be in jail and Stephany would be alive."

Holloway and Miller have made many previous trips to Aruba in search of clues about the teen from Mountain Brook, Alabama, who was last seen leaving a bar with Van der Sloot on the final night of a high school graduation trip to the Caribbean island.

http://www.foxnews.com/world/2010/06/14/natalee-holloways-father-seeks-answers-aruba/

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« Reply #235 on: June 16, 2010, 12:51:19 PM »


ARUBA…CNN GOT IT WRONG
June 16, 2010


In the article attached below, CNN has quoted Dave Holloway. I have been embedded with Dave the entire time he has been in Aruba, and according to Dave, he has never spoken to CNN, and is not just being misquoted…but they actually made it up.

From the CNN article posted below … “Holloway’s father, Dave Holloway, met with Aruban authorities on the island Tuesday and told CNN he believes progress is being made in the investigation. He declined to elaborate further.”

He never spoke to CNN. Notice they did not use quotation marks around what Dave said. In the midst of an international murder investigation, we all understand the appetite for news. But misrepresenting what the father of a missing girl at the center of an international murder investigation is reprehensible.

http://www.cnn.com/2010/CRIME/06/15/aruba.van.der.sloot/?hpt=Sbin

Tim  Miller from Texas Eqqusearch, who is on the island with Dave Holloway, responds to the inaccurate reports in the media. “Dave has waited five years for a break in the case of his missing daughter. It has been very difficult on him. Now for the first time in five years, he feels as though things are moving in a positive forward direction.  He has been on the island working closely with authorities. Dave is not going to risk being misquoted, so please allow him his privacy.  Its not worth doing a story now that could interfere with the investigation. Please be patient and we will all hopefully have a much bigger story very soon.”

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« Reply #236 on: June 17, 2010, 12:48:57 AM »

June 15, 2010
Inside Notorious Prisons van der Sloot Faces
Lawyer Who's Been in One Describes Danger to the Max for Inmates, Corruption, and Extremely Unsanitary Conditions


(CBS)  Peruvian police hustled Joran van der Sloot through a gauntlet of photographers and angry bystanders Friday into a prison system observers call on of the world's worst.

The 22-year-old Dutchman is charged with murdering Peruvian business student Stephany Flores, 21, in his Lima hotel room May 30.

He's also the chief suspect in the 2005 disappearance in Aruba of Alabama teen Natalee Holloway - but he's never been charged.

Van der Sloot was taken to the Miguel Castro Castro prison on the outskirts of Lima where, reports CBS News Correspondent Elaine Quijano, he was strip-searched, X-rayed and given a medical exam.

That facility, observes CBS News legal analyst Trent Copeland, is "a place with poor nutrition, lack of sanitation, overcrowding -- immense overcrowding, and where epidemic levels of HIV and tuberculosis are known to exist."

Van der Sloot is being kept from the prison's general population, and is said to fear for his life.

Van der Sloot Confession Details Emerge
Van der Sloot Told Chile Police Thief Was Killer
Does Van der Sloot Know Where Natalee Is?
Affidavit: Van der Sloot Lied about Natalee
Moment Van der Sloot Met Flores Caught on Tape
Photos: Stephany Flores Murder
Photos: Van der Sloot Wanted for Murder
Photos: Natalee Holloway, Paradise Lost

"I'm not certain," Copeland says, "van der Sloot can do anything to assure himself that he's gonna survive this Peruvian prison system. … So, if he's concerned about this, I think the only thing that he can do to protect himself is to stay low and keep himself out of harm's way."

International defense attorney Michael Griffith has been inside another prison in Peru - one where, experts say, van der Sloot could well land, and described ultra-dangerous, hideous conditions to "Early Show" co-anchor Erica Hill Tuesday, saying flat-out he'd "be surprised" if van der Sloot survives to the end of his sentence.

Griffith had a client in another Lurigancho Prison.

"The prison (currently housing van der Sloot) is one of the toughest prisons, along with Lurigancho," Griffith says. "I've been in prisons in over two dozen countries. In fact, I was the lawyer for Billy Hayes from the movie 'Midnight Express,' and the Turkish prison is a Ritz-Carlton compared to this.

"There's about 10,000 prisoners for 3,000 spaces. This and another prison where he's gonna go afterwards, Lurigancho, has dormitories of about 600 prisoners in each. The showers run once a week for 15 minutes. There's only 12 showers. They're in rooms of about 25-by-15 (feet) with about 35 prisoners. About seven or eight sleep on the floor. There's a hole for a toilet.

"And it's a very, very brutal place."

Can van der Sloot live out his sentence, assuming he's convicted and however long it runs?

"It's gonna be really tough. In Miguel Castro Castro, believe it or not, the first day the warden took his position there about a year or two ago, he was murdered.

"In Lurigancho, you have the Shining Path guerillas. There's about 600 of them. They had a revolt one day, about 124 were killed by the police. When I went to visit a client of mine there, I had to hire two-guards to walk me through the Shining Path guerilla territory. The next day, I thought it would be better if my client visited me in the holding area - in the visiting area. And a prisoner got stabbed ten feet away from me. If he wants to survive there, he's really gonna hafta keep a low profile.

"He's gonna probably have to stay in what's called 'the tourist section,' or 'the tourist dorm.' But even prisoners outside can get in there. They shine shoes, they cook for the foreign prisoners. But in this prison, you can get anything -- you can get women, drug, weapons, you can get money. For $50, someone will cut your throat. If the family of this young lady wanted to pay a prisoner there 50 or 100 bucks, they'd be standing in line to cut his throat."

In turn, could van der Sloot's family pay prisoners to protect him?

"No," Griffith said bluntly. "I mean, if they want to get you in this prison, they'll get you. In fact, the day that I was there, I got back to the gate a little bit late and the guard wanted to keep me in overnight. So for a couple of cigarettes, he let me out.

"Money will get you anything in this prison and I'll tell you, I'd be very surprised if van der Sloot makes the seven or eight or ten years, whatever he'll get, with time off for good behavior.

http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2010/06/15/earlyshow/main6583838.shtml
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« Reply #237 on: June 17, 2010, 01:01:50 AM »

Aruba authorities seek to discuss Holloway disappearance case with Joran van der Sloot in Peru
Published June 16, 2010


ORANJESTAD, Aruba (AP) — Prosecutors in Aruba said Wednesday they want to take Joran van der Sloot up on his offer to discuss the unsolved disappearance of American teenager Natalee Holloway.

Judicial authorities in Peru are willing to arrange a conversation between island police and Van der Sloot, Attorney General Robert Pietersz said. The Dutchman is awaiting trial in Peru in the slaying of a 21-year-old woman in his Lima hotel room.

Van der Sloot told his jailers he is ready to clarify the Holloway case, but only to Aruba authorities. He is the only remaining suspect in the 2005 disappearance.

An Aruba policeman and a prosecutor could travel to Peru as early as August, said Peter Blanken, the island's chief prosecutor.

Van der Sloot has said he fears for his life in the Peruvian prison. But regardless of what information the suspect might provide in the Holloway case, it is unlikely he would be brought to this Caribbean island before completing any sentence if convicted in the South American country, Blanken said.

"I think it's out of question because the case in Peru is a very severe case and the Peruvian authorities have said they do not want to do that," Blanken said.

Dave Holloway, the missing teen's father, met with Aruba police Tuesday, Blanken said. He said authorities did not have any new information in the case to discuss.

Natalee Holloway, an 18-year-old from Mountain Brook, Alabama, was last seen leaving a bar with Van der Sloot on May 30, 2005, the final night of a high school graduation trip to Aruba.

http://www.foxnews.com/world/2010/06/16/aruba-authorities-seek-discuss-holloway-disappearance-case-joran-van-der-sloot/

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« Reply #238 on: June 17, 2010, 01:30:46 AM »

Van der Sloot update: Arubans to question him in August
June 16, 2010


CNN has just learned that Aruban investigators will likely not travel to Peru to question murder suspect Joran van der Sloot until at least the end of August, prosecutor Peter Blanken said.

Investigators from Aruba will not be able to question van der Sloot until Peruvian authorities finish their probe of the May 30 slaying of Stephany Flores, Blanken said. The formalities of Peruvian law also will determine the time frame, the prosecutor said.

Aruban and Peruvian authorities agreed to "help each other" in the Flores case. Investigators hope the cooperation will lead to new information about the disappearance of Alabama teenager Natalee Holloway in 2005 in Aruba for which Van der Sloot is suspected.

Following a phone meeting with Peruvian Judge Carlos Morales on Tuesday morning, Aruban government spokesman Taco Stein said Peruvian authorities have agreed to allow Aruban investigators into Peru to interview van der Sloot once a formal request has been made.

Van der Sloot is believed to be housed in Peru's Castro Castro prison which is infamous for its violence. One expert described the lock-up as "entering the gates of hell."

http://news.blogs.cnn.com/2010/06/16/van-der-sloot-update-august-questioning/

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« Reply #239 on: June 17, 2010, 01:59:47 AM »

Joran van der Sloot's Graphic Murder Confession
June 15, 2010


After choking and beating Stephany Flores Ramirez in the face, a drunken Joran van der Sloot killed the young Peruvian by smothering her with his bloodied shirt so she would not be able to go to the police, the Dutch murder suspect told investigators, according to a transcript of his confession.

Calling the murder an "impulsive act," Van der Sloot gave a detailed description to Peruvian police about how he killed Flores, 21, in his Lima, Peru hotel room on May 30.

While the two played online poker on van der Sloot's computer, an instant message popped up alluding to the Dutchman's alleged involvement in the disappearance of American student Natalee Holloway.

Van der Sloot, 22, told police he received a message from an unknown person that read: "I'm going to kill you, you little Mongoloid."

When he explained that the message was a threat pertaining to his connection to Holloway's disappearance, Flores freaked out and lashed out at him, according to a transcript of his confession obtained by the Associated Press.

" She struck me on the left side of my head with her fist," he said.

"At that moment, impulsively, with my right elbow. I hit her in the face exactly on top of her nose," van der Sloot said, according to his confession

"I think she started to faint. It affected me so that I grabbed her from the neck and strangled her for a minute," he told investigators

"There was blood everywhere. What am I going to do now? I had blood on my shirt. There was also blood on the bed, so I took off my shirt and put it on her face, pressing hard, until I killed Stephany," he said.

Police asked van der Sloot for a more detailed description of what happened, and he obliged with an even more graphic account of his assault on her.

"She was on the bed when I hit her hard with my right elbow and I think her head went back and hit the wall, then she begins to bleed. Immediately I get on top of her and with both hands I begin to strangle her, keeping her that way for a minute. After that, I throw her to the floor, but she keeps breathing. At that moment I take off my shirt and put it on her face, pressing on it. I don't remember for how long, but she stops breathing. In this way I think I caused her death," he said when investigators asked for a details description of the murder.

When asked to explain his motive for killing Flores, van der Sloot said he "lost control."

She hit me in the head. I lost control of my actions. I didn't know what I was doing. I remember what I was doing, but not the motive. It was an impulsive act after receiving a blow to the head."

"I didn't know what I was doing," he said. "After I responded with hitting her, I feared that she would go to the police and they would detain me for what was an impulsive act. I think I wanted to kill her because I wasn't thinking," he said.

Van der Sloot said he drank 10 drinks, whiskey and Pisco, a Peruvian grape liquor at the Atlantic City Casino in Lima, where he picked up Flores at a poker table.

Following the murder, van der Sloot left his hotel room and purchased two cups of coffee and some cake. He returned the room and ate breakfast over Flores' body.

He left the hotel, taking only his laptop and some cash and fled to Chile where police arrested him several days later.

Though he initially tried telling investigators an armed man had broken into his hotel room, he later confessed to killing Flores.

At the end of the confession he tried to barter a deal with authorities, promising to tell Aruban police the whereabouts of Natalee Holloway's remains to avoid facing trial in Peru.

"I wish to talk about the Natelee Holloway case from five years ago and the possibility that if this trial goes quickly and fluidly it could be possible for me to be extradited to Aruba. I wish to discuss the case, but not at the moment. It's a case that is years old and I would prefer to speak with the Aruban police and if there is the possibility of closing the case I would be ready to clarify the case," he said.

Van der Sloot has been the primary suspect in the Holloway case for five years. He has been charged by U.S. authorities with extortion for taking money from Holloway's mother in exchange for information about where to find the girl's remains.

Investigators concluded the information he provided was false, because the foundation of the house where he she was buried was not under construction at the time.

Holloway's father Dave Holloway is currently in Aruba meeting with authorities there in that hopes that van der Sloot might be able to provide new actionable information, according to the Associated Press.

http://abcnews.go.com/International/Broadcast/caused-death-van-der-sloots-gory-peru-murder/story?id=10923141

http://abcnews.go.com/International/Broadcast/caused-death-van-der-sloots-gory-peru-murder/story?id=10923141&page=2

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