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« Reply #342 on: June 30, 2010, 08:29:10 PM »

Van der Sloot indicted on wire fraud, extortion charges
By the CNN Wire Staff
June 30, 2010 8:16 p.m. EDT


(CNN) -- A U.S. federal grand jury on Wednesday indicted Joran van der Sloot on charges of wire fraud and extortion in connection with a plot to sell information about the whereabouts of Natalee Holloway's remains in exchange for $250,000, officials said.

An arrest warrant on these same charges had been issued for van der Sloot earlier this month. The charges are unrelated to the killing of a student in Peru in which van der Sloot is the suspect. He is in Peruvian jail.

Wednesday's indictment alleges that van der Sloot exploited "Beth Holloway's fear that she would never find her daughter's body or know what happened to her unless she paid him $250,000," the Alabama U.S. Attorney's office said.

The Dutchman is accused of making false promises that he would reveal the location of Natalee Holloway's body if the money was transferred to him.

According to the indictment, Beth Holloway wired $15,000 to a bank account van der Sloot held in the Netherlands, and through an attorney gave him an additional $10,000 in person.

Once he had the initial $25,000, van der Sloot showed the attorney, John Kelly, where Natalee Holloway's remains allegedly were hidden. It turned out to be false information, the indictment states.

The indictment seeks for van der Sloot to forfeit $25,100, which includes $100 Beth Holloway initially transferred to van der Sloot to confirm his account.

"I want to applaud the FBI's work on this case," U.S. Attorney Joyce White Vance said. "Because of the agents' dedicated efforts, we are able to bring charges against someone who sought profit in a mother's grief."

In Peru, van der Sloot's attorney on Wednesday filed an appeal to a ruling that upheld the admissibility of his confession and the legality of his detention in the death of Stephany Flores, 21.

One month after his daughter's killing, Peruvian businessman Ricardo Flores met with a judge Wednesday to give a formal statement about the facts surrounding the case, family members told CNN.

Ricardo Flores helped search for Stephany Flores when she didn't come home on May 30 after a night out at a casino. Her body was later found in a hotel room in Lima, Peru, registered to Joran van der Sloot. He's been charged with first-degree murder and robbery in the case.

Flores met with Judge Carlos Morales Cordova in Lima.

As the presiding judge, Morales has the duty to be the chief fact-finder, legal experts told CNN. Morales is getting statements from other potential witnesses, as well.

Van der Sloot, 22, is trying to slow down the legal process by appealing his incarceration and trying to nullify a confession he gave.

One judge already denied his claim, but van der Sloot's attorney said his client will fight all the way to the Peruvian Supreme Court and international courts, if necessary. Wednesday's appeal was the first step.

The Flores family will hold a memorial service Wednesday night in Lima to mark the one month anniversary of Stephany Flores' killing.

Van der Sloot, a Dutch citizen, was twice arrested in connection with the disappearance of Alabama teen Natalee Holloway in Aruba in 2005, but he has not been charged in that case.

Police said van der Sloot admitted that he attacked Flores on May 30 after she read an e-mail in his computer connected with the Holloway case. After killing Flores, police say, van der Sloot took money and bank cards from her wallet and fled to Chile, where he was arrested on June 3.

He was returned the next day to Peru.

Van der Sloot is being held at the Miguel Castro Castro Prison, in a high-security area where only two of the 10 cells are occupied and he has no contact with the general prison population.

http://www.cnn.com/2010/CRIME/06/30/peru.murder.case/index.html
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« Reply #343 on: July 01, 2010, 10:17:31 AM »

Joran van der Sloot fears for his life
Published on : 1 July 2010


Joran van der Sloot, who is suspected of murdering Peruvian woman Stephany Flores, fears he could be murdered in the Lima prison where he is awaiting trial. A Dutch television programme has revealed that he said this to prison director Rubén Rodrigues Rabanal. On Wednesday, US Public Prosecution Office also officially charged the Dutchman with extortion.

Van der Sloot has been portrayed in the Peruvian press as a ruthless killer. Shortly after he was handed over to the Peruvian authorities, he was besieged by an angry crowd at a police station in Lima.

Threat

Mr Rabanal says that Van der Sloot asked to be put in solitary confinement because he fears being murdered. He avoids going to the exercise yard, and for fear of being poisoned, he only accepts food from the guards, not from fellow detainees.

His fellow prisoners dismiss Van der Sloot’s fears. One even says Van der Sloot is now one of them and is safe. He should just join in with the activities.

Notorious

The Miguel Castro Castro prison in Lima where Van der Sloot has been held for the last three weeks, is notorious. More than 1500 prisoners are held in barracks built for 700 people. There are regular riots. Mr Rabanal says a stay in his own prison is “dangerous”.

The Dutch pastor Joop Spoor, who visits Dutch detainees in foreign prisons, reiterates that lawlessness reigns in Castro Castro. Violence and stabbings are a daily occurrence.

The Dutch television crew were given an extensive tour of the complex, but were not allowed to speak to Van der Sloot. The Dutchman reportedly only allows his mother to visit his cell.

Trial procedure

The president of the Lima court, Ceasar Javier Vega Vega expects it to be some time before Joran van der Sloot’s trial begins. The fact that the murder suspect is using his right to silence, is hampering the investigation according to the court.

Van der Sloot’s lawyer, Maximo Altez, says Van der Sloot denies killing the Peruvian woman. He has withdrawn an earlier confession.

Natalee Holloway

On Wednesday, the US Public Prosecution Office filed official charges against Joran van der Sloot for extortion. He is accused of demanding 250,000 dollars from Natalee Holloway’s mother in exchange for revealing the location of her body.

Joran van der Sloot is the main suspect in the case of US high school graduate Natalee Holloway who disappeared five years ago in Aruba. However, he has never appeared in court for the case due to a lack of evidence.

http://www.rnw.nl/english/article/joran-van-der-sloot-fears-his-life
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« Reply #344 on: July 02, 2010, 10:15:58 AM »

July 1, 2010 1:25 PM
Van der Sloot Exclusive: Last Text Messages of Stephany Flores


NEW YORK (CBS) Police documents obtained exclusively by 48 Hours | Mystery show the last text messages sent and received by Joran van der Sloot's alleged Peruvian victim Stephany Flores.

PICTURES: Van der Sloot Hotel Room Crime Scene

The messages sent by Flores do not show her as concerned for her safety, and don't suggest that Flores had any idea of the tragedy about to befall her.

According to the documents, it was 3:06 a.m. May 30 when the young 21-year-old student unknowingly sent what would be her final text message to a friend stating she was "going up," and would call her friend "right away."

Hotel security surveillance video shows Flores and van der Sloot entering his room together around 5 a.m. that same day, and then shows van der Sloot leaving alone four hours later with his bags.

Unaware of Flores' fate, the friend sent four text messages checking in with Flores. On the night of May 30 at 10:39 p.m., the worried friend sent Flores a text concerned of her whereabouts, "Please respond...Where are you?"

No response was sent.

Transcriptions of the last voicemails received by Flores are also in the documents. After that text message, the same friend left two voicemails begging her Stephany to return her phone call. "It's really urgent that you call me they are looking for you everywhere," reads the first message. The phone records show eight missed calls on the slain student's phone the day after she was murdered, including one call from her mother and one from her father.

Loved ones tried to reach the missing student on June 1 to no avail. The final words to Flores in the document are a heartfelt text message from her friend: "Rest in peace. You are the best in my life. Thank you for everything."

Stephany Flores' death occurred exactly five years after Alabama teenager Natalee Holloway disappeared in Aruba. Van der Sloot confessed to fatally beating, strangling and suffocating Flores in a Peruvian hotel room, according to transcripts of his signed confession, which he has since recanted.

Explicit crime scene photos were previously obtained exclusively by 48 Hours | Mystery from sources close to the investigation and published exclusively by Crimesider. They show a severely beaten Flores, her body badly bruised, her clothes stained with blood.

(Translation provided by Cindy La Rosa.)

Complete Coverage of Joran van der Sloot on Crimesider.

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-504083_162-20009405-504083.html
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« Reply #345 on: July 02, 2010, 11:46:14 AM »

Father of slain Peruvian student hopes others learn from her deathBy the CNN Wire Staff
July 1, 2010 11:50 p.m. EDT


Lima, Peru (CNN) -- Hours after he spoke to a judge for the first time about his daughter's killing, Stephany Flores' father told family and friends at a memorial service that he hoped others would learn from her death.

Ricardo Flores said Wednesday he had sheltered his children too much from the evils of the world.

"Sometimes we're wrong, and I have been wrong a lot. Because I have permitted my kids to know the good, and not the bad. My kids have everything, but also we have to take away from them sometimes," he said. "Don't commit the error that I made."

Authorities say 21-year-old Stephany Flores was killed a month ago. Dutch citizen Joran van der Sloot was charged with first-degree murder and robbery after authorities found Flores' body in a Lima, Peru, hotel room registered to him.

Ricardo Flores, who helped search for his daughter when she didn't come home May 30 after a night out at a casino, gave a formal statement about the facts surrounding the case to a judge Wednesday.

Later in the day, about 300 people gathered at a Lima temple for the memorial service. Peru's National Police Chorus sang "Eternal Love" while a slideshow of photographs flashed on a projector screen. Longtime friends remembered Stephany Flores as "a great friend" with a "contagious smile."

Stephany Flores came from a privileged family, but was a humble person who was extremely giving, friends told CNN.

She once wrote a list of 23 businesses that she wanted to do well in, and then checked them off one by one as she decided whether she was really interested in pursuing them.

At the time of her death, Flores had told her friends she was the happiest she had ever been, they said.

Van der Sloot was twice arrested in connection with the disappearance of Alabama teen Natalee Holloway in Aruba in 2005, but he has not been charged in that case.

Police said van der Sloot admitted that he attacked Flores on May 30 after she read an e-mail in his computer connected with the Holloway case.

After killing Flores, police say, van der Sloot took money and bank cards from her wallet and fled to Chile, where he was arrested June 3.

He was returned the next day to Peru.

Van der Sloot is being held at the Miguel Castro Castro Prison in a high-security area where only two of the 10 cells are occupied. He has no contact with the general prison population.

Van der Sloot's attorney filed an appeal Wednesday to a ruling that upheld the admissibility of his client's confession and the legality of his detention.

http://www.cnn.com/2010/CRIME/07/01/peru.murder.case.memorial/
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« Reply #346 on: July 03, 2010, 09:18:25 PM »

Van der Sloot files suit against initial lawyer
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July 03, 2010 8:24 p.m.


LIMA, Peru — Joran van der Sloot has sued the lawyer who represented him during a police interrogation on the day that authorities say the Dutchman confessed to killing a Peruvian woman, his current attorney said Saturday.

Maximo Altez told The Associated Press he filed suit Friday charging attorney Luz Romero Chinchay with misrepresentation, abuse of authority and conspiracy to commit a crime. Altez said the initial lawyer "pretended to be a public advocate when he is actually a private attorney."

"We have searched the name of Luz Romero Chinchay in the list of public defenders provided by the Ministry of Justice and his name was not on that list. We do not know why the police called this lawyer. We want to know who paid for him because my client did not," Altez said.

Under Peruvian law, a crime suspect who does not have private counsel is provided with a public defender who works for the Ministry of Justice.

Altez said he also has filed suit charging the same offenses against Col. Miguel Canlla, chief of the police homicide squad, who led the interrogation of Van der Sloot.

Neither Romero Chinchay nor Canlla could be reached for comment.

A motion by Van der Sloot seeking to throw out his confession was dismissed June 25. Van der Sloot recanted the confession in a jailhouse interview with the Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf, claiming it was made under duress.

On the night of June 7, police announced that Van der Sloot had confessed to the murder of the Stephany Flores on May 30 in his Lima hotel room. The charge carries a maximum penalty of 15 and 35 years in prison.

Van der Sloot also remains the sole suspect in the unresolved 2005 disappearance of U.S. teen Natalee Holloway on the Caribbean island of Aruba.

http://www.metronews.ca/vancouver/world/article/570073--van-der-sloot-files-suit-against-initial-lawyer
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« Reply #347 on: July 04, 2010, 10:26:27 PM »

Joran van der Sloot Sues Lawyer and Police Chief
Sunday, July 04, 2010


Joran van der Sloot, the Dutchman in jail in Peru for the murder of Stephany Flores, is suing the public defender who represented him at his police interrogation when van der Sloot confessed to the killing.

Van der Sloot was appointed lawyer Luz Romero Chinchay by the police. Van der Sloot’s current lawyer, Maximo Altez, who filed charges on Friday, told Associated Press that Chinchay’s name could not be found on the public defenders list and therefore wants to know why she was selected and who paid for her.

Chinchay has been charged with misrepresentation, abuse of authority, and conspiracy to commit a crime, according to AP.

Altez has filed a suit against Col. Miguel Canlla, the chief of police who lead the interrogation, on the same charges. During an interview in jail with Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf, Van de Sloot said he signed the confession only because he was promised extradition.

Altez recently appealed Van der Sloot’s conviction saying the confession had been forced. Van der Sloot is currently in the Castro-Castro prison in Lima until his trial starts, which could take up to two years.

http://www.theepochtimes.com/n2/content/view/38529/
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« Reply #348 on: July 05, 2010, 01:03:09 PM »

July 5, 2010

van der Sloot...how long will justice take?
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Birmingham, Al  (WIAT)  It could take years to unravel the multiple mysteries of Joran van der Sloot and the women alleged to be his victims.

Joran van der Sloot sits in a Peruvian prison charged with the murder of 21 year old student Stephany Flores in a Lima casino hotel.  He's the prime suspect in the disappearance of Mountain Brook teenager Natalee Holloway on a graduation trip to Aruba five long years ago.  In a macabre note, Flores was murdered five years to the day of Holloway's disappearance.  Her last confirmed sighting?  With van der Sloot in an Aruban casino.

So what's taking so long to achieve more than speculation?  You have multiple countries, multiple jurisdictions.  Van der Sloots a Dutch citizen living in Aruba suspected of crimes involving Peruvian and American citizens.  He was arrested in Chile and has recently been indicted by Federal officials in Birmingham of wire fraud and extortion for allegedly taking money from the Holloway family for information about Natalee...and then providing no information.  More on extortion indictment.

The tale of meandering delays begins back in Aruba.   Van der Sloot's lawyer/father...now deceased...ran very effective legal interference for his son with the Aruban police and prosecutors.  Although questioned many times, Joran has never been charged in Natalee's disappearance.

In the Peruvian case, van der Sloot has tried...and is trying again...to get his confession thrown out claiming everything from coercion to not having an interpreter.  Both those appeals have been rejected.  Now van der Sloot is claiming he didn't have a legal and competent lawyer while all that was happening.  More on appeals

Van der Sloot's current lawyer has already conceded a strategy of "paralyzing the process".   He has vowed to take the case all the way to the Inter-American Court of Human Rights.  More on "paralyze the process"

WakeUp Alabama legal analyst Holly Clemente takes a look at what that could mean.

http://www.cbs42.com/content/localnews/story/van-der-Sloot-how-long-will-justice-take/j2XNsE_DyEaKAX7mxgq0_Q.cspx?rss=1659

 
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« Reply #349 on: July 07, 2010, 02:50:22 PM »

Joran Van Der Sloot Undergoes More Psychological EvaluationsJoran Van Der Sloot Undergoes More Psychological Evaluations
Posted on Jul 07, 2010 @ 06:50AM


Suspected killer Joran van der Sloot was slated to undergo more psychological testing at Peru's Castro Castro prison this week, RadarOnline.com has learned.

Van der Sloot is the 22-year-old Dutchman accused of killing 21-year-old Stephany Flores Ramirez May 30, as well as a suspect in connection with the 2005 disappearance of Alabama teenager Natalee Holloway in Aruba.

PHOTOS: Joran Van Der Sloot's Bloody Shirt

According to Peru.com, a team of experts were to visit the accused killer Tuesday and Wednesday as part of the criminal proceedings unfolding against the Dutchman. Van der Sloot's Peruvian attorney said that the defense will submit their own psychological profiles on van der Sloot, dating back to his childhood.

PHOTOS: Van der Sloot With Victim Hours Before Her Murder

As RadarOnline.com previously reported, a forensic psychologist who examined van der Sloot late last month concluded the accused killer is sane, but "devalues the female figure."

http://www.radaronline.com/exclusives/2010/07/joran-van-der-sloot-undergoes-more-psychological-evaluations


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« Reply #350 on: July 07, 2010, 03:13:25 PM »

Joran van der Sloot asked face murder trial released

Lima (Peru.com) .- The citizen Joran van der Sloot Netherlands requested the Judiciary address released the process followed by the murder of the young Stephany Flores, 30 May.
 
The defendant appealed the detention order that imposed a criminal court on duty Juan Buendia, who ordered that he begin a criminal investigation for the alleged crimes of aggravated homicide and simple theft.
 
The appeal of Van der Sloot will be evaluated by one of the rooms of the Superior Court of Lima, to define the legal status of the foreigner, who is being held in the Miguel Castro Castro.
 
The process followed by the Netherlands is the holder of the Fourth Criminal Court for Prison Inmates in Lima, Carlos Morales Cordova.

http://www.peru.com/noticias/portada20100707/106649/Joran-van-der-Sloot-pide-afrontar-en-libertad-juicio-por-asesinato
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« Reply #351 on: July 07, 2010, 03:18:10 PM »

Joran Van der Slot requests take your release process

Lima, July 7. (Peruinforma.com) .- The confessed murderer of Stephany Flores asked the jury to see his face if his opinion still at large.
The defendant appealed the detention order that imposed a criminal court on duty Juan Buendia, who ordered that he begin a criminal investigation for the alleged crimes of aggravated homicide and simple theft.

Upon request, the Superior Court of Lima attend and evaluate the request.

In the coming days we will know the legal status of the foreigner, who is being held in the Miguel Castro Castro.

http://peruinforma.com/index.php?menu=news&pag=103&id=54527
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« Reply #352 on: July 07, 2010, 03:18:47 PM »

Van der Sloot is provisional release
Dutchman Joran van der Sloot in Peru has requested that his trial in freedom allowed to wait. According to a radio station in Peru's judiciary to handle the request.

Van der Sloot is silent
The murder suspect Joran is in the Castro Castro prison in Lima. He keeps his mouth tightly to his interrogation and confession that his hopes to be declared invalid.

Psychological research
Meanwhile psychologists investigate whether Van der Sloot can be held responsible for the death of Stephany Flores. The young woman was found in a hotel room in late May.

http://www.rtl.nl/(/actueel/rtlnieuws/binnenland/)/components/actueel/rtlnieuws/2010/07_juli/07/binnenland/van-der-sloot-wil-voorlopig-vrij.xml
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« Reply #353 on: July 09, 2010, 08:55:07 AM »

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July 2, 2010 11:40 AM

Van der Sloot Cops Say He Ditched Cell Phone's SIM Card on the Run

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NEW YORK (CBS) Peru police told 48 Hours | Mystery that they believe Joran van der Sloot, the man accused of killing Peruvian student Stephany Flores, disposed of the SIM card in his cell phone before he was apprehended.

PICTURES: Van der Sloot Hotel Room Crime Scene


After van der Sloot was caught in Chile, cops confiscated his cell phone. Police later found that the SIM card had been removed.

Why would van der Sloot ditch his SIM card?


According to 23-year NYPD veteran Vinny Marra, investigators can use cell phones to pinpoint the exact location of the phone, and so, the person carrying it.

But in order to do so, the cell phone must be in working condition.


Without the SIM in the phone, investigators could not use this tactic to track van der Sloot's location while he was fleeing Peru after allegedly committing the murder.


According to police, van der Sloot met Flores at a casino. Hotel security surveillance video showed Flores and  van der Sloot entering his hotel room together at around 5 a.m. Sunday May 30. It then shows him leaving alone four hours later with his bags.


Flores was later found dead in van der Sloot's hotel room. Flores' death occurred exactly five years after Alabama teenager Natalee Holloway disappeared in Aruba, in which van der Sloot remains the main suspect.

Van der Sloot confessed to fatally beating, strangling and suffocating Flores in the hotel room, according to transcripts of his signed confession, which he has since recanted.

Explicit crime scene photos were previously obtained exclusively by 48 Hours | Mystery from sources close to the investigation and published exclusively by Crimesider. They show a severely beaten Flores, her body badly bruised, her clothes stained with blood.
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« Reply #354 on: July 09, 2010, 10:25:39 PM »

http://www.amigoe.com/artman/publish/artikel_74977.php

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Joran calls freedom

July 8, 2010, 12:44 (GMT -04:00)

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ORANGE CITY / LIMA - Joran van der Sloot (22) wants to wait for trial in freedom. He has filed a request with the court in Peru. Justice takes its request pending.

Peruvian radio station RPP to this report Wednesday. Joran is in custody in the Castro Castro prison near Lima, Peru. He's here in trial against him for the murder of the student Stephany Flores (1921) on May 31 this year. The murder suspect is this week subject to a further psychological research. It examines how Joran can be held responsible for the murder of Flores. The research takes place in prison where he was stuck.

It is customary for lawyers in Peru clients trying to get out of jail pending the trial. This conditional release, the suspect in Lima remain and report weekly to the court. It is also possible to get house arrest. The request in the coming days by the court to be judged. Legal experts in Peru in the media indicated the possibility of release "minimal" to consider.

The U.S. attorney Joe Taco Pina has not decided to Joran legal in Peru to assist. Last week this newspaper reported that the lawyer would become part of a three-man team of lawyers of the accused. The judge has denied that this is the case. He would be possible Joran legal advice. Amigoe relied on reports in international media including the newspaper and Peruvian Peru21.
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« Reply #355 on: July 09, 2010, 10:30:18 PM »


http://www.radaronline.com/exclusives/2010/07/joran-van-der-sloot-trying-use-legal-loophole-get-out-jail

Joran Van Der Sloot Trying To Use Legal Loophole To Get Out Of Jail

Lawyers for suspected killer Joran van der Sloot are trying to take advantage of a Peruvian legal loophole to get him sprung out of jail, RadarOnline.com can reveal.

Although the 22-year-old Dutch national confessed to killing Stephany Flores Ramirez, 21, they are requesting that he be released from prison while he fights the charges.

His defense has appealed the arrest warrant that the Peruvian justice issued to jail van der Sloot at the maximum security prison Miguel Castro Castro, where he is being housed.

In Peru, all lawyers make this appeal for their defendants, trying to obtain what Peruvian law calls mandato de comparecencia, meaning  defendants are set free, but need to stay in Lima and attend court every week or house arrest.

Van der Sloot's appeal will be evaluated by the court in the next few days, although Peruvian legal experts believe that it is likely that it will be denied.

While van der sloot confessed to murdering Flores Ramirez, he later recanted, and has not publicly commented on the charges. He remains a suspect in the disappearance of American teenager Natalee Holloway in Aruba back in May of 2005, although he has not been charged with any wrongdoing.

He has been receiving regular visits from a mystery female at the notorious Miguel Castro Castro prison, and RadarOnline.com can also reveal that he has been inundated with romantic proposals from other women too.

Van der Sloot was slated to undergo more psychological testing in the prison this week.

According to Peru.com, a team of experts were to visit the accused killer Tuesday and Wednesday as part of the criminal proceedings unfolding against the Dutchman. Van der Sloot's Peruvian attorney said that the defense will submit their own psychological profiles on him, dating back to his childhood.

As RadarOnline.com previously reported, a forensic psychologist who examined van der Sloot late last month concluded the accused killer is sane, but "devalues the female figure."

Van der Sloot is accused of killing student Stephany Flores Ramirez May 30, 2010 in a blood splattered Peru Hotel room after she allegedly looked at his computer, and saw emails related to the Holloway disappearance.

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« Reply #356 on: July 10, 2010, 12:31:41 AM »


 I just received this message from Joe T

Sorry Dana...I am not doing interviews but let me state that I am NOT going to peru and am not working on the case in peru. How these rumors get started is beyond me.
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« Reply #357 on: July 13, 2010, 05:37:00 PM »

July 13, 2010 11:43 AM
Van der Sloot Update: Where is Stephany Flores' Missing $11,000?


NEW YORK (CBS) Police sources in Peru have disclosed to CBS News that Stephany Flores, Joran van der Sloot's alleged Peruvian murder victim, had won approximately $10,000 at casinos in the week leading up to her death and also had been given $1,000 from her father to purchase a laptop that she never got a chance to buy.

PICTURES: Van der Sloot Hotel Room Crime Scene

But police sources say that this money has never been found.

Flores reportedly kept her money in the glove compartment of her car. Police documents dated June 3 obtained by CBS News show the results of the search of Stephany Flores' car: no money was found in it.

Did Joran van der Sloot take that money?

The sources say that this was the true motive for the brutal murder of Flores: van der Sloot was after her money. Police say this means that van der Sloot's alleged murder of Flores was premeditated.

But in van der Sloot's confession - which he subsequently recanted in a Dutch newspaper - police say he told them that he became enraged after Flores found information on his laptop about his links to the disappearance of American teenager Natalee Holloway.

According to Peruvian newspaper La Republica, van der Sloot told police, "I did not want to do it. The girl intruded into my private life. She had no right. I went to her and I hit her. She was scared. We argued and she tried to escape. I grabbed her by the neck and I hit her."

Crimesider spoke with ex-FBI agent Paul Lindsay, who worked for many years investigating serial killers. Lindsay believes that if reports of van der Sloot's confession are accurate, van der Sloot created the story of the e-mail and the confrontation as a way to justify his actions.

Police say he smashed in the face of Flores, the student he met playing poker before leading her back to his hotel room. According to police, van der Sloot then strangled her, threw her to the floor and emptied her wallet.

Stephany Flores' death occurred exactly five years after Alabama teen Natalee Holloway disappeared in Aruba, a case which van der Sloot is the main suspect. The Dutchman faces charges of first-degree murder and robbery for the May 30 death of Stephany Flores.

Explicit crime scene photos were previously obtained exclusively by 48 Hours | Mystery from sources close to the investigation and published exclusively by Crimesider. They show a severely beaten Flores, her body badly bruised, her clothes stained with blood.

Complete Coverage of Joran van der Sloot on Crimesider.

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-504083_162-20010376-504083.html
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« Reply #358 on: July 13, 2010, 05:44:32 PM »

ANITA VAN DER SLOOT

Domingo, 11 de Julio del 2010  |  22:02 hrs´De ser culpable no veré más a mi hijo´, dice madre de Van der Sloot
´Si se comprueba que él es el que ha asesinado a la chica debe suceder lo que debe suceder, no lo voy a buscar a su celda, no tengo ningún motivo para hacerlo´, dijo Anita Van der Sloot.


http://www.rpp.com.pe/2010-07-11--de-ser-culpable-no-vere-mas-a-mi-hijo--dice-madre-de-van-der-sloot-noticia_279198.html

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I found this translation of Anita's interview in Panorama interesting since she admits to Joran killing two
girls and that she has talked to him several times since he has been in Peru.
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Anita van der Sloot, mother of Joran van der Sloot, said that if her son's culpability in the murder of the peruvian Sthefany Flores and the northamerican Natalee Holloway is proven, she will never see him or help him ever again.

"If it is proven that it was him that murdererd the girl then what needs to happen must happen, Im not going to look for him in his cell, I have no motive to do it" she said in an interview for a foreign media, reproduced for the show "Panorama".

She said, Joran sufered a strong impact after his father's death, which caused a psychological disorder in her son.

"I think that Joran due to all those traumatic experiences has changed and he's really a psychiatric patient that needs help", she added.

For that reason, she said, she was thinking of having him admitted to a psychiatric clinic where he would receive adequate treatment, which was aborted when unexpectedly Joran traveled to Peru to participate in a poker tournament.

She told that he only left her a letter saying that he was traveling to Peru for a while because he had no peace in Aruba constantly persecuted for the murder of Holloway.

When he arrived in Peru, Joran talked to his mother via telephone, conversation in which Anita told him "Sink in the ground, Im not doing anymore for you", because she could foresee her son could do something bad in our country.

After some time passed and without hearing from him, she received a second call from Joran in panic, where he informed her that he was being chased because supposebly he had won a lot of money in the poker tournament and they wanted to steal it from him.

Anita narrated that he told her that in our country it was already known about his background as a suspect in the murder of Holloway which is why he would escape to Chile to seek shelter at the Netherland's embassy.

Hours later, Anita van der Sloot found out that the Peruvian police where after her son for being suspect of the murder of Stefany Flores.

"When I start finding out what is happening, because people from Holland began to call and also from America, he called me once again and said he was on his way to Chile because he was being chased and feared for his life" she stated.

"At that moment I told him that I knew he was suspect in the murder of a young peruvian woman, but he assured me that he was not guilty and that Stefany would have been murdered by the people that were after him", she added.

For a moment, she said, she believed him totatlly and recommended he presented himself to the police and sought shelter in the Holland embassy in Chile.

Nevertheless, with the irrefutable evidence of his culpability of the crime, Anita had to accept her son was a murderer.

"I think its horrible for the parents (of the murdered young ladies), I can imagine their desperation. In fact, I too have lost my own son and in some way it has been from his own doing (...). I cant imagine how those people must feel. Simply, I would like to hold those parents in my arms and cry with them a bit", she maintained.

She said she understood the families of the young ladies murdered by her son and other persons wanting the maximum sanction for him, but as his mother the last support she would give her son would be to hire him a lawyer to defend him and assure him good treatment in prison.

"Ive had a brief contact with him (after admitted to prison), but I told him that I was thankful to also think of me, but remain in your cell, I hope you feel good facing all that you have caused to those people that have lost their daughters but also the rest of your family that now one way or another we too are victims of your acts", she finalized.

http://www.rpp.com.pe/2010-07-11--de-ser-culpable-no-vere-mas-a-mi-hijo--dice-madre-de-van-der-sloot-noticia_279198.html


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« Reply #359 on: July 16, 2010, 08:21:01 PM »

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July 16, 2010 4:35 PM
Van der Sloot Being Investigated in Thailand for Participation in Sex Slave Gang, Disappearance of Girls, Says Report

NEW YORK (CBS) Joran van der Sloot reportedly can add Thailand to the list of countries that might like to see him behind bars indefinitely.

PICTURES: Van der Sloot Hotel Room Crime Scene
PICTURES: Joran van der Sloot

Thai officials are investigating the Netherlands native regarding his alleged involvement in a Thai sex slave gang and for the disappearance of a young woman he may have recruited for the gang, according to the National Inquirer.

After escaping charges for the disappearance of Natalee Holloway in 2008, van der Sloot allegedly fled to Bangkok and posed as "Murphy Jenkins," a production consultant for a modeling agency, reports the Enquirer.

Van der Sloot then did what he does best. He lied. He convinced the impressionable girls he was going to send them to Europe to become models.

Except several of the girls never achieved their modeling dreams, nor were they ever heard from again, says the tabloid.

PICTURES: Van der Sloot Hotel Room Crime Scene
PICTURES: Joran van der Sloot

"Girls who are approached by sex traffickers here often get killed, especially if they discover they are being tricked into prostitution and start to resist or threaten to go to the police," a Thai law enforcement official told the Enquirer. "Many of these girls have no legal documents. If they go missing, nobody notices. It's easy to kill them, hide the bodies and get away with it."

A source for CBS News spoke to Peru's Minister of Justice who confirmed that Thailand was pursuing criminal charges against van der Sloot.

Joran van der Sloot reportedly confessed to the murder of Stephany Flores - and then later recanted the confession to a Dutch newspaper. He remains in custody in Peru.

The 22-year-old remains the prime suspect in the disappearance of Holloway, who vanished in Aruba during a high school graduation trip. Despite van der Sloot having been arrested twice in the Holloway case, Aruban prosecutors say they do not have enough evidence to put him behind bars.

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