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« Reply #444 on: October 29, 2010, 05:39:09 PM »

http://www.people.com/people/article/0,,20437904,00.html

Beth Holloway Felt Compelled to Confront Joran van der Sloot

By Sara Hammel

Friday October 29, 2010 09:30 AM EDT

Beth Holloway, mother of missing American teen Natalee Holloway, says she felt compelled to break into a Peru prison to confront Joran van der Sloot, the man suspected in the case of her daughter's 2005 disappearance.

Holloway describes being in Peru to visit the family of van der Sloot's alleged murder victim Stephany Flores Ramirez, 21, when a Dutch news crew offered her a chance to confront the suspect for the first time.

"You know you can't plan on doing something. That [opportunity] presented itself … and it was something that I felt, 'How could I not do it?' " she tells The Insider in an interview to begin airing Friday. "You know, I've traveled all this way."

Holloway reportedly visited van der Sloot for only five minutes in his Castro Castro prison cell, where the 22-year-old is awaiting trial. Van der Sloot then canceled the meeting because his lawyer was not present. Holloway's goal, she said, was to find closure – in the form of the location of her daughter's remains, to which she believes van der Sloot holds the key.

"I really felt like for me to move on, what I wanted to [do was] recover her remains," she says. "Because I was so heavy into this communication with [van der Sloot] about, you know, that he knows where her remains are."

Holloway recounts the email exchange between her and van der Sloot in the course of an alleged extortion plot, saying that he began emailing her in March with messages indicating "that he was ready, or wanting, to sell me Natalee's remains for $250,000." She says the emails went back and forth for several weeks until she decided to visit Peru.

Natalee Holloway's 24th birthday would have been this week. She was last seen alive with the young Dutchman on the Caribbean resort island of Aruba. He has publicly said several times that he killed Holloway before retracting his confessions.

Beth Holloway still doesn't have answers, and says she is left with only an idea of what happened. "I think that we all know that it was not good, the outcome for Natalee," she says.

"But it's something that you know is so important in a missing person's case is a resolution, whether it's recovery of remains … of course, everyone would love the outcome that they recover a missing loved one alive, but it just doesn't always happen that way. We know that."
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« Reply #445 on: October 29, 2010, 05:40:04 PM »



Just this past week would have been Natalee Holloway's 24th birthday. Now, Natalee's mother Beth Holloway tells "The Insider"'s Chris Jacobs about her emotional journey to the Peruvian prison where she confronted Joran van der Sloot, the man she believes holds secrets of her daughter's disappearance.


"What I really needed when I was coming into Peru… I really felt like for me to move on, what I wanted to [do was] recover her remains because I was so heavy into this communication with [Joran] about, you know, that he knows where her remains are," Beth tells Chris.

Beth says Joran began e-mailing her in March with messages indicating "that he was ready, or wanting, to sell me Natalee's remains for $250,000."

She says the e-mails between her and Joran went back and forth for several weeks until she decided to visit the family of Joran's alleged murder victim, Stephany Flores -- that's when, with the help of a Dutch news crew, she seized her opportunity.

"You know you can't plan on doing something," she says. "That [opportunity] presented itself… and it was something that I felt, 'How could I not do it?' You know, I've traveled all this way."

Joran is being held in Peru's Castro Castro prison on murder charges in the death of Flores. After years of agonizing over what happened to her Natalee, Beth was about to confront the man who might unlock the key to her whereabouts. Just before the confrontation, her thoughts turned to her missing daughter.

"Have you given up hope of ever finding her alive?" Chris asks Beth.

"I think that we all know that it was not good, the outcome for Natalee," Beth says. "But it's something that you know is so important in a missing person's case is a resolution, whether it's recovery of remains… of course, everyone would love the outcome that they recover a missing loved one alive, but it just doesn't always happen that way. We know that."

Watch "The Insider" on TV for more.
 
http://www.theinsider.com/news/3374420_Natalee_Holloway_s_Mother_on_Confronting_Joran_van_der_Sloot

 
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« Reply #446 on: October 29, 2010, 08:11:11 PM »

August 23- 25 2010 - KALPOE DEPOSITIONS

September 16, 2010 - Beth in Peru with Peter deVries, visits Joran at Castro Castro prison.




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« Reply #447 on: October 31, 2010, 07:26:20 PM »

The Extortion - According to John Q. Kelly

Deadly Connection?
Police say Joran van der Sloot - after confessing to killing a young woman in Peru - is finally admitting that he killed Natalee Holloway

By Chris Hansen
Correspondent

NBC News
updated 6/11/2010 9:03:58 PM ET

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LIMA, PERU — Could it be the beginning of the end of the Natalee Holloway mystery?  Was there a confession?

JOHN KELLY: This was the first time he admitted being personally responsible for physically causing her death.


Or was it all a lie?  Like so many other stories from the chief suspect in the Holloway case.
 
Tonight, for the first time, details of an alleged extortion plot, targeting Natalee Holloway’s mother.

A first-hand account, from the  man who acted as a go-between.

JOHN KELLY: It's probably the most horrific unanticipated nightmarish ending for Beth that you could ever imagine.


With his money troubles mounting, his father dead, and his life spiraling downward, this spring Joran van der Sloot allegedly made a bold attempt to cash in on the Natalee Holloway disappearance.

JOHN KELLY: I got the first e-mail from van der Sloot on March 30.

 
Attorney John Q. Kelly represents the Holloway family in a wrongful death lawsuit filed against van der Sloot. He spoke exclusively to NBC News about the alleged extortion plot that, he says, began with that email from van der Sloot.
 
CHRIS HANSEN: What went through your mind?  What did you think he wanted?

JOHN KELLY: I had no idea.  I was more than amenable to talking to him, or hearing what he had to say just because, you know, I still-- committed to finding what happened to Natalee. So, any chance I had to open a door, I was willing to do it.
Kelly says van der Sloot quickly raised the stakes.

CHRIS HANSEN: Give me a sense for the e-mail communications that ensued.

JOHN KELLY: It was about money. It was, you know, "I want to come clean.  My father's dead now.  I have nothing to hide.  I want to help Natalee’s family, but at a price, you know, for a quarter million dollars—“

CHRIS HANSEN: A quarter million dollars?

JOHN KELLY: “Quarter million dollars, I will tell you what happened to Natalee, where she is now so you can help Beth bring her home."


After all the heartbreak and grief, after all the stories he had told, could van der Sloot be believed? Kelly says he immediately went to Beth Holloway with the offer.

CHRIS HANSEN: How hopeful was Beth that this might develop into some sort of closure?

JOHN KELLY: She's always been hopeful. I mean, she can't be anything but hopeful as a mother.

 
According to Kelly, with Beth Holloway’s blessing, he travelled to Aruba to meet with van der Sloot, who was expecting to receive a down payment of $25,000. 
For Kelly, it was a test run.  He didn't have the money.  It was Easter Sunday.  He says they met at the Marriott hotel.

CHRIS HANSEN: And what did he tell you during that meeting?

JOHN KELLY: He alluded to knowing where Natalee’s body was, and how she had died. And I asked him, "Well, what if I don't pay you the $25,000?"  And he just said, "Beth can wait another five years."

CHRIS HANSEN: Another five years?

JOHN KELLY: Yeah.  He was well aware that the five year anniversary coming up was sort of, it was almost like a clock ticking with him.

CHRIS HANSEN: Describe his demeanor during this initial interview.
 
JOHN KELLY: He was agitated, nervous and desperate at that time.
After returning to the U.S., Kelly and Beth went to the FBI and the Feds agreed to work with them on a sting operation.


Kelly would set up another meeting with van der Sloot in Aruba and this time bring $10,000 cash from Beth.  She would wire an additional $15,000 to van der Sloot’s Netherlands bank account. If van der Sloot took the bait, they might be able to charge him with a crime.

JOHN KELLY: If he took the money, and he took a wire transfer, and it was false information, which you know he has done in the past…

CHRIS HANSEN: Wire fraud.

JOHN KELLY: It's wire fraud. And extortion. And if for some reason, his information was true, the Aruban authorities pick him up on the murder charge.


According to Kelly, the FBI sent an advance team to Aruba to coordinate with Aruban authorities and set up for the sting, outfitting a hotel room and rental car with hidden cameras and microphones

CHRIS HANSEN: How did you think this was going to play out?

JOHN KELLY: I wasn’t sure. I was just holding my breath, the whole way. Every step of the way.


After a mostly sleepless night, Kelly arrived in Aruba on May 10.

With FBI agents monitoring, Kelly returned to the Marriott hotel, where he says van der Sloot met him.

CHRIS HANSEN: When van der Sloot walks into room 443--

JOHN KELLY: Yeah.

CHRIS HANSEN: --what does he say first?

JOHN KELLY: "How you doing?"  He's covered with sweat.  He apparently walked from his house to get there.  And, you know, I just told him to have a seat.  Gave him a Diet Coke.  We actually split a Three Musketeers. The one thing I did at the very beginning was show him the $10,000 cash.

CHRIS HANSEN: So, he knew he was getting $10,000 from you in cash?

JOHN KELLY: He was like, "Give me the money now."  And I was, "No, you're not getting the money now."

CHRIS HANSEN: And what did he have to do to convince you to hand over the $10,000?

JOHN KELLY: To take the wire transfer and sign the documents I had there, too.
Strangely enough, Kelly says van der Sloot had insisted Kelly draw up a document for both Beth and van der Sloot to sign.

CHRIS HANSEN: And what did those documents say?

JOHN KELLY: That he would take me exactly to where Natalee’s body was, and tell me how she died. And once I had confirmed that, he'd get the other $225,000. 


With the documents signed, Kelly says he handed over the cash and confirmed the wire transfer.

Then, Kelly says, they got into the rental car that had been wired by the FBI, and drove to the site where van der Sloot claimed Natalee’s body had been buried.

CHRIS HANSEN: And precisely where did he say Natalee's remains were?

JOHN KELLY: He pointed to a specific room on a house right by the Aruba Racquet Club. The foundation hadn't gone in yet.

CHRIS HANSEN: So, the story was that there was a house being constructed, the foundation was about to be built or poured, and they put Natalee’s remains in there, and the house was built around it?

JOHN KELLY: Correct. And I took pictures of him with a throwaway camera.

CHRIS HANSEN: You actually took pictures of Joran van der Sloot pointing to the location where he says Natalee’s body was?

JOHN KELLY: Yeah.

 
Then, Kelly says , they got back in the car and that's when van der Sloot told him how Natalee died.

JOHN KELLY: He actually admitted,  this was the first time he admitted being personally responsible for physically causing her death.

According to Kelly, van der Sloot claimed that he and Natalee were at the beach and when he wanted to leave, Natalee tried to stop him.
 
JOHN KELLY: He got angry and actually threw her. He actually made the gesture in the car, on video, showing me how he threw her in anger, because she wouldn't leave at that point.  And according to him, she hit the back of her head, lots of blood and she was dead.

CHRIS HANSEN: Did you think at the time he was telling the truth?

JOHN KELLY: Ah, no.


But Kelly says he played along and van der Sloot told him he hid the body on the beach with the help of his father who, the following day, buried the body.

CHRIS HANSEN: He implicated his own father in the disposal of the body?

JOHN KELLY: Along with himself, yeah.

CHRIS HANSEN: Why wasn't he arrested on the spot?

JOHN KELLY: That I don't know.  I mean, I went down there, I did what I was supposed to do. When I got on the plane May 11, I thought it was a done deal.  And he was going to be arrested at some point.  That he'd be talking at some point, and we'd get some closure at some point.


Aruban authorities would eventually determine van de Sloot's story about the body being buried at that site could not be true because the house he pointed out was not under construction at the time Natalee disappeared.
 
In the meantime, Kelly had no way of knowing that Joran van der Sloot would leave Aruba, find his way to Peru and a fateful encounter with Stephany Flores.

In Aruba, on May 10, attorney John Q. Kelly says he gave Joren van der Sloot $25,000 of Beth Holloway’s money.
 
Working with the FBI and Aruban authorities, Kelly and Holloway hoped that van der Sloot would be arrested-- if not for allegedly implicating himself in Natalee’s death then for extortion or wire fraud.

But van der Sloot was not picked up. After Kelly left Aruba, he says van der Sloot continued to email him

JOHN KELLY: He was telling me how he was personally going to turn himself into the police, and that he needed more time.  And I was pretending like I believed all this, just to keep a line of communication open.  I had been in personal contact with Joran up to May 25.


Kelly assumed van der Sloot was still in Aruba-- but he wasn't.

CHRIS HANSEN: Just days after you give him $25,000, he goes to Peru.

JOHN KELLY: Correct.


Then, on May 30, exactly five years to the day after Natalee Holloway’s disappearance, it happened.

Van der Sloot allegedly killed 21-year-old Stephany Flores at this hotel after a night out at a casino in Lima, Peru.
 
JOHN KELLY:  I was dumbfounded.
 
CHRIS HANSEN: Did you have to break the news to Natalee’s mother about the death of this woman in Lima, Peru?

JOHN KELLY: Yes.

CHRIS HANSEN: What did she say?

JOHN KELLY: She just stopped.  Just “how could this happen?”


According to Kelly, for Beth Holloway, the thought that her money may have facilitated van der Sloot’s travel plans was almost too much to bear.

JOHN KELLY: It's probably the most horrific, unanticipated nightmarish ending for Beth that you could ever imagine.  That her money may have financed his trip to Peru.

CHRIS HANSEN: Has Beth reached out to the family of Stephany Flores ?

JOHN KELLY: Not directly.  She's extended her deepest sympathy.  She's just really upset. Everything was just like an instant replay of what had happened five years ago.

CHRIS HANSEN: Déjŕ vu?

JOHN KELLY: Déjŕ vu.


Kelly says he does not blame U.S. law enforcement for letting van der Sloot leave Aruba but wonders why the Arubans didn't arrest him as soon as they could.

JOHN KELLY: I think at the minimum, the Aruban authorities could've picked him up, and they had the ability to hold him there at that time.  It was their country, it was their island, it was their citizen. They controlled the port, and apparently, they knew he was leaving when he was leaving.

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« Reply #448 on: November 01, 2010, 11:30:50 AM »

Video - Beth Hollowa and Peter Devries - Extortion

http://www.peterrdevries.nl/archief/het-gewetenloze-spel-van-joran-van-der-sloot/


zondag 31 oktober 2010, 22:45 uur
Archief, Uitzending
Het gewetenloze spel van Joran van der Sloot


Afgelopen zondag vertelde Beth Holloway in ons programma voor het eerst hoe de keiharde afpersing door Joran van der Sloot in zijn werk is gegaan, waarbij hij haar 250.000 dollar afhandig probeerde te maken. In ruil daarvoor beloofde hij de plek aan te wijzen waar hij Natalee zou hebben begraven. Beth verstrekte ons programma alle e-mails die Joran aan haar schreef. Deze geven een schokkend beeld van de nietsontziende, berekenende wijze waarop hij met de gevoelens van Natalee’s radeloze moeder speelde. Peter zocht Beth op in haar woonplaats Birmingham in de Amerikaanse staat Alabama.

In het tweede deel, dat zondag 7 november wordt uitgezonden, is te zien hoe Peter en Beth in het Zuid-Amerikaanse Peru een emotionele ontmoeting hebben met de broer van de vermoorde Stephany Flores. En na vijf jaar van ellende en onzekerheid, heeft Beth in de Castro Castro gevangenis in Lima voor het oog van onze camera’s ook een confrontatie met Joran. Zou Beth haar zenuwen in bedwang kunnen houden nu ze na vijf jaar de man die haar leven heeft verwoest zal ontmoeten? En hoe reageert Joran op deze onverwachte confrontatie?

Afpersing
De afpersingsaffaire begint in maart 2010, als de advocaat van Beth Holloway een e-mail ontvangt van Joran van der Sloot. Het is het begin van een wekenlange e-mailcorrespondentie. Waar Joran eerder in een interview beweerde dat hij door de familie van Natalee met e-mails werd bestookt, blijkt uit onze reportage juist het omgekeerde.


Beth en haar advocaat zijn in eerste instantie verbijsterd door de opstelling van Joran, maar besluiten het morbide spel mee te spelen om te zien wat hij precies beoogt. De tot wanhoop gedreven Beth, die er alles voor over heeft om haar dochter na vijf jaar eindelijk thuis te brengen, betaalt uiteindelijk een voorschot van 25.000 dollar. Maar de hoop dat er nu echt een einde wordt gemaakt aan het tergende mysterie dat Beth al zo lang kwelt, blijkt niets meer dan een gewetenloos spel van Joran te zijn.

FBI-onderzoek
Ons programma kreeg ook exclusief inzage in alle rapporten van de FBI, die onderzoek deed naar de afpersing en zorgde dat alles werd opgenomen. Uit de verslagen blijkt opnieuw de harteloosheid van Joran. Zonder blikken of blozen wijst Joran in het bijzijn van Beth haar advocaat John Kelly op Aruba de plek aan waar Natalee begraven zou liggen. Van der Sloot presenteert zelfs niemand minder dan zijn eigen vader, die op dat moment nog geen drie maanden overleden is, als mededader. Maar na enig onderzoek stellen de politie en de FBI tamelijk eenvoudig vast dat het verhaal van Joran niet kan kloppen. Joran is dan al lang en breed van Aruba verdwenen en zit met het geld van Beth in de casino’s van Lima.

Peru
Een week later wordt Joran verdacht van moord, als in zijn hotelkamer in Lima het Peruaanse meisje Stephany Flores om het leven wordt gebracht. Voor Beth zijn de gelijkenissen met de moord op haar eigen dochter nauwelijks te bevatten, zo vertelt de geëmotioneerde moeder in onze uitzending.

In het tweede deel van onze reportage ontdekken Peter en Beth dat Peru een land is van corruptie, geweld, vriendjespolitiek en afspraken die niet worden nagekomen. Toch weten ze in het geheim een confrontatie met Joran van der Sloot in de zwaar beveiligde Castro Castro gevangenis te regelen. In de Amerikaanse pers heeft dit bezoek al de headlines van het nieuws gehaald, maar beelden zijn er nog niet van uitgezonden. Eindelijk kan Beth de man die ze verantwoordelijk houdt voor de verdwijning van haar dochter en die haar op zo’n laaghartige wijze afperste, in de ogen kijken.

Ook keren Beth en Peter terug naar Aruba, om met eigen ogen te zien waar Joran Natalee zogenaamd zou hebben begraven. De plek waar Joran in een van zijn e-mails over schrijft dat hij er regelmatig zelf heenging om “zijn respect te betuigen” aan Natalee…

De eerste uitzending is tot zondag 7 november online te bekijken

http://www.peterrdevries.nl/archief/het-gewetenloze-spel-van-joran-van-der-sloot/


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« Reply #449 on: November 01, 2010, 11:43:41 AM »

Beth Holloway describes van der Sloot extortion attempt for Dutch TV
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Birmingham, Al  (WIAT)  Beth Holloway outlines for a Dutch TV show how the prime suspect in the disappearance of her daughter Natalee tried to extort money from the grieving family.

The interviews by Dutch crime reporter Peter de Vries air tonight in the Netherlands. The video has also been sold to the CBS syndicated show The Insider which has promoted the video for Monday. You can watch The Insider weekdays on CBS42 at 1:05 a.m.

According to de Vries website, van der Sloot wanted $250,000 to tell the family where to find Natalee’s body. The Mountain Brook teenager disappeared on a 2005 graduation trip to Aruba. She was last seen with van der Sloot. He was questioned several times by Aruban authorities but never charged in her disappearance.

De Vries has covered Natalee’s case for years and on several occasions has recorded hidden camera interviews in which van der Sloot has told a variety of stories about Natalee’s fate. He has subsequently denied them all and no leads have panned out.

In tonight’s program on Dutch network SBS6, de Vries says Beth Holloway shares a chain of e-mails from van der Sloot that led up to the extortion attempt. The website says the e-mails show “a shocking picture of the ruthless, calculating way” van der Sloot manipulated the grief of Beth Holloway.

Van der Sloot allegedly took $25,000 from the family but didn’t deliver the promised information. Although the FBI was monitoring the case, van der Sloot took off from Aruba with the money and didn’t surface until he was named the suspect in a murder in Lima, Peru.  He apparently was in Peru for a poker tournament.

21 year old student Stephany Flores was found dead in van der Sloot’s Lima hotel room. He later confessed that he killed Flores when she found material about Natalee on his laptop in the hotel.

De Vries says he also has had access to the FBI files in the extortion case which resulted in a federal grand jury here in Birmingham indicting van der Sloot for extortion and wire fraud. He described van der Sloot as ruthless saying "Without batting an eye Joran points in front of Beth's lawyer John Kelly on the spot on Aruba where Natalee is supposedly buried." According to de Vries, Joran van der Sloot named his then recently deceased father as his accomplice in disposing of Natalee's body.

Part two of the De Vries series will air Sunday, November 7. His website promises footage of a meeting between Beth Hollaway and Stephany Flores’ brother. More dramatically, he also promises video of the hidden camera confrontation between Beth Holloway and Joran van der Sloot in his cell in Peru’s Castro Castro prison. Again, The Insider will be airing that video under its agreement with de Vries and SBS6 and it will be seen on CBS42.

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« Reply #450 on: November 01, 2010, 02:32:32 PM »

ANOTHER FACE TO FACE

ORANJESTAD, Aruba, Aug. 9, 2005
Natalee's Mom: She Was Assaulted
Confronts Ex-Detainee; Insists He Tell What He Knows About Case


(CBS)  Beth Holloway Twitty went face-to-face Monday with a man who'd been detained briefly in the disappearance of daughter Natalee Holloway in Aruba, and challenged him to tell what he knows about the case.

In telling of the tense encounter, she asserted Natalee was sexually assaulted before she vanished.

Twitty says she was tipped by a member of the media that Deepak Kalpoe was working at a local Internet café, and wasted no time confronting him Monday.

Kalpoe, 21, and brother Satish Kalpoe, 18, were among the last three people spotted in public with Natalee before the Alabama teen disappeared in the early hours of May 30 on the final night of a high school graduation trip to the island.

The third person, Dutch teen Joran van der Sloot, is the only suspect still being held in connection with Natalee's disappearance. Both Kalpoe brothers were kept in custody for a short time early in the investigation.

Twitty has said the Kalpoes know more than they're telling investigators.

Twitty described her close-up with Deepak to CBS News:

"There were customers on the computer and he was seated behind the cash register, and I guess he thought he was going to have a normal day at work.

"I wanted to ask him, Joran had admitted sexual assaults that he had committed against Natalee, and I wanted to ask Deepak: Did he participate, or did he try to help her?

"He couldn't answer me. He could only look down at the ground."

"(I told him) you've got an opportunity. I'm Natalee's mother. I'm standing right here before you. You need to tell me.

"I saw his eyelids pretty much the whole time that I was there, and I would have to tell him to hold your head up and look at me when I'm speaking with you.

"He couldn't do that. He would either not respond or he would just tell me that his lawyer had advised him not to speak with me.

"I expected him, if he had no involvement, if he was not a participant in the sexual acts committed against my daughter, that yes, he could have come forward and said, 'No,' and looked me in the eye. He couldn't do that.

"I let him know, under no circumstances, that there is nothing that I'm going to refrain from asking, and I'm going to ask every question, and I'm going to stop at nothing, and I will continue to.

"And he said, 'The media hasn't seen this side of you.' And I said, I've been saving it for you, Deepak.

"I'm always going to hold out hope, no matter how bad it looks. You can't prepare yourself for that, and I don't have to."

Twitty also says she believes there was a level of ineptitude on the part of Aruban authorities, but she's more optimistic, now that a group of investigators from Holland has become involved.

http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2005/08/09/earlyshow/main766023.shtml?tag=contentMain;contentBody

http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2005/08/09/earlyshow/main766023_page2.shtml?tag=contentMain;contentBody
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Another Face to Face

Mother confronts Aruba suspect
Holloway's mother questions Kalpoe about disappearance of missing teen
August 9, 2005

 
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It's been over nine weeks since Alabama teenager Natalee Holloway disappeared on the last night of her vacation in Aruba.  Since then, her mother Beth Holloway Twitty, has stayed on the island to take part in the search effort.

Her relentless determination for answers brought her face-to-face with Deepak Kalpoe, one of the three suspects involved in the disappearance. Under the guise of developing film, Beth Holloway showed up at the internet cafe where he works. 

She tells MSNBC-TV host Joe Scarborough that Deepak avoided her questions and avoided eye contact.

BETH HOLLOWAY TWITTY, MOTHER OF NATALEE HOLLOWAY: I don’t know how long I was in there.  It may have been an hour.  It could have been longer.  We went in there to develop some pictures, just trying to give Deepak an opportunity to talk to me.  We know that he has some answers.  And I think one of my biggest questions that I have is that Joran committed a sexual assault against Natalee in the car and we know Deepak and Satish were there. 

I just asked him, did you try to help Natalee or did you participate?  He can’t even answer that.  He would just either refer to it with silence or his attorney told him not to speak with me.  And I just can’t imagine, given that opportunity, that he would not want to take advantage of it to clear his name, with Natalee’s mother standing right there in front of him. 

JOE SCARBOROUGH, ‘SCARBOROUGH COUNTRY’ HOST: So, you went to this Internet cafe and asked him about the reports of the sexual assault or the rape in the car, and he just simply refused to answer? 

HOLLOWAY: Now, I can’t refer to it as rape, but I can refer to it as sexual assault.  That’s as far as I can go with it.  I know that some was occurring.  He would either answer me with silence, or would not look at me.  I had to keep telling him over and over again, pick your head up.  Look at me when I’m talking with you.  I’m trying to help you.  You know, look at the damage, look at what he’s doing to Aruba. 

The citizens, I’m sure, are outraged at how he is just disregarding any type of respect for maintaining Aruba’s integrity.  There are a lot of people that have been watching, and even from the U.S., and we all want answers and we’re giving him every opportunity to clear his name.  And he can’t do it.   

SCARBOROUGH: Did you, at any point in this meeting, just simply say, hey, listen, I don’t think you’re telling the truth; your story that you’ve been telling the police, or I guess I should say your stories, just don’t add up?  Did you call him a liar? 

HOLLOWAY: I didn’t call him a liar, but I can tell you, in that hour or hour-and-a-half I was there, I asked him repeatedly.  I was very persistent.  I did not stop.  I kept reminding him that we’ve got a $250,000 reward for the whereabouts of Natalee.  We are offering $1 million for her safe return.

We, as her family, are doing everything we can to make this worthwhile, to come forward.  We’re giving him lots of choices and opportunities to come forward and do the right thing.  I offered him to please come on one of the shows with me, yours tonight.   

But that just shows, some huge level of guilt and involvement.  He cannot even look at Natalee’s mother.  He can’t even deny it. 

SCARBOROUGH: Yes.  I think it’s absolutely fascinating that you go in there and he can’t even make eye contact with you, that, here you are, the person that’s obviously anguished by the disappearance of your daughter and possible death of your daughter, you go try to talk to him, and you’ve got to tell him, make eye contact with me; look in my eyes. 

So you sensed that he looked guilty to you?  Was he obviously intimidated by your presence in there? 

HOLLOWAY: I’ll tell you, he looked sick to me.  He looked sick with worry. 

All I saw were his eyelids the entire time, except when I would tell him he had to look at me.  That’s all I saw.  His head was down.  He was nervous.  I mean, he was just continually going back and forth to the computer, just frantically typing, just senseless typing.  I could see where I was seated that it was just senseless typing.  He was just that  fright or flight that someone gets, but he couldn’t flight, so all he had was fright in there. 

SCARBOROUGH: Now, is he following your campaign?

HOLLOWAY: Obviously, he was on duty. 

SCARBOROUGH: Yes, obviously on duty, trying to stay away from your questions. 

Is he aware of the campaign, the aggressive campaign that you’re going through every night on TV?  Does he understand that you’re not going away, that you’re going to keep going back on TV time and time again until you get justice for your daughter? 

HOLLOWAY: You know, I think he is truly aware of it.  I’m encouraged by the fact that he is watching.  I think he’s got a vested interest in this case, I thought it was amusing. 

The one question that he did ask me, and this was probably 10 minutes before I was leaving.  He told me that the media has not seen this side of you.  I told him, I’d been saving it for you, Deepak. 

SCARBOROUGH: What side is that? 

HOLLOWAY: I think it’s just the side that, I will stop at nothing to get answers.  There is nothing that I won’t do.  There’s nowhere that I won’t go.  I’m going to ask every question.  I don’t care how painful it is.  I will do it, because I’m not going to have any regrets.  

There are too many people that have been supporting me and they want answers too.  So, if I’m in the position to ask them, I need to take advantage of it.  I had the opportunity and I did the best I could, because, it’s a tragedy for Aruba and it’s a tragedy for all of us involved.  These citizens deserve better than that.  They’re good people here.  They do not deserve to be put through what Deepak and Satish Kalpoe and Joran Van Der Sloot and the father, Paulus, are putting them through.  They’re subjecting their country to this.  It’s a tragedy.  It is a shame. 

SCARBOROUGH: Did you ever ask him questions like, where is my daughter?  Is my daughter still alive?  Did you kill my daughter?  Did it ever go to that level, where you were really asking just the tough, tough questions? 

HOLLOWAY: Joe, I’ve got a lot more days on this island, so I’m not going anywhere.  I’ve got plenty of time.  I’ve got lots more pictures to be developed at the Internet cafe.   

SCARBOROUGH: Here we have, again, people writing around the United States, thousands of miles away, and yet they’re taking the posters down there.  Did you mention that to him?  Did you mention it to anybody in the store? 

HOLLOWAY: Oh, absolutely.  There was a customer at the counter at the same time I was there.  The man knew who I was.

I had to explain that the reward for the $1 million for a safe return and the $250,000 for her whereabouts, because, you know, the tourists that come here, they ask me, where are her posters?  Why don’t you have her posters up?  And, if I put them up, I can’t help it if this business owner took her poster down. 

It saddened me greatly, because we are trying everything we can, as her family, to bring forth a resolution.  But we’ve got to have some help.  And, for the most part, they remain in these businesses on the walls and on the glass doors, and that’s where we need to get the message out.  But, if I put one up and his owner, this is what Deepak told me, that his manager or boss made him take it down.  So, the only thing I know to do is to go back and try again. 

SCARBOROUGH: Do it again.  You were with Deepak for an hour, at least an hour.  You saw him avert his eyes from you.  You saw him look down.  You saw him type nervously.  Let's go back to the first night you got to the island, You immediately figured out that Joran and Paulus Van Der Sloot were involved just by reading their body language. 

After being in the presence of Deepak for an hour earlier today, are you convinced that he is involved in the disappearance of Natalee? 

HOLLOWAY: Oh, absolutely.  Anybody that was in there and saw him would agree 100 percent.  There wouldn’t be one person that didn’t believe that he had involvement if they would have been in there and witnessed and been in his presence.  There’s no one that wouldn’t believe that he has involvement.

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« Reply #452 on: November 07, 2010, 05:21:12 PM »


PART 1

Video - Beth Holloway and Peter Devries - Extortion

http://www.peterrdevries.nl/archief/het-gewetenloze-spel-van-joran-van-der-sloot/


zondag 31 oktober 2010, 22:45 uur
Archief, Uitzending
Het gewetenloze spel van Joran van der Sloot


Afgelopen zondag vertelde Beth Holloway in ons programma voor het eerst hoe de keiharde afpersing door Joran van der Sloot in zijn werk is gegaan, waarbij hij haar 250.000 dollar afhandig probeerde te maken. In ruil daarvoor beloofde hij de plek aan te wijzen waar hij Natalee zou hebben begraven. Beth verstrekte ons programma alle e-mails die Joran aan haar schreef. Deze geven een schokkend beeld van de nietsontziende, berekenende wijze waarop hij met de gevoelens van Natalee’s radeloze moeder speelde. Peter zocht Beth op in haar woonplaats Birmingham in de Amerikaanse staat Alabama.

In het tweede deel, dat zondag 7 november wordt uitgezonden, is te zien hoe Peter en Beth in het Zuid-Amerikaanse Peru een emotionele ontmoeting hebben met de broer van de vermoorde Stephany Flores. En na vijf jaar van ellende en onzekerheid, heeft Beth in de Castro Castro gevangenis in Lima voor het oog van onze camera’s ook een confrontatie met Joran. Zou Beth haar zenuwen in bedwang kunnen houden nu ze na vijf jaar de man die haar leven heeft verwoest zal ontmoeten? En hoe reageert Joran op deze onverwachte confrontatie?

Afpersing
De afpersingsaffaire begint in maart 2010, als de advocaat van Beth Holloway een e-mail ontvangt van Joran van der Sloot. Het is het begin van een wekenlange e-mailcorrespondentie. Waar Joran eerder in een interview beweerde dat hij door de familie van Natalee met e-mails werd bestookt, blijkt uit onze reportage juist het omgekeerde.


Beth en haar advocaat zijn in eerste instantie verbijsterd door de opstelling van Joran, maar besluiten het morbide spel mee te spelen om te zien wat hij precies beoogt. De tot wanhoop gedreven Beth, die er alles voor over heeft om haar dochter na vijf jaar eindelijk thuis te brengen, betaalt uiteindelijk een voorschot van 25.000 dollar. Maar de hoop dat er nu echt een einde wordt gemaakt aan het tergende mysterie dat Beth al zo lang kwelt, blijkt niets meer dan een gewetenloos spel van Joran te zijn.

FBI-onderzoek
Ons programma kreeg ook exclusief inzage in alle rapporten van de FBI, die onderzoek deed naar de afpersing en zorgde dat alles werd opgenomen. Uit de verslagen blijkt opnieuw de harteloosheid van Joran. Zonder blikken of blozen wijst Joran in het bijzijn van Beth haar advocaat John Kelly op Aruba de plek aan waar Natalee begraven zou liggen. Van der Sloot presenteert zelfs niemand minder dan zijn eigen vader, die op dat moment nog geen drie maanden overleden is, als mededader. Maar na enig onderzoek stellen de politie en de FBI tamelijk eenvoudig vast dat het verhaal van Joran niet kan kloppen. Joran is dan al lang en breed van Aruba verdwenen en zit met het geld van Beth in de casino’s van Lima.

Peru
Een week later wordt Joran verdacht van moord, als in zijn hotelkamer in Lima het Peruaanse meisje Stephany Flores om het leven wordt gebracht. Voor Beth zijn de gelijkenissen met de moord op haar eigen dochter nauwelijks te bevatten, zo vertelt de geëmotioneerde moeder in onze uitzending.

In het tweede deel van onze reportage ontdekken Peter en Beth dat Peru een land is van corruptie, geweld, vriendjespolitiek en afspraken die niet worden nagekomen. Toch weten ze in het geheim een confrontatie met Joran van der Sloot in de zwaar beveiligde Castro Castro gevangenis te regelen. In de Amerikaanse pers heeft dit bezoek al de headlines van het nieuws gehaald, maar beelden zijn er nog niet van uitgezonden. Eindelijk kan Beth de man die ze verantwoordelijk houdt voor de verdwijning van haar dochter en die haar op zo’n laaghartige wijze afperste, in de ogen kijken.

Ook keren Beth en Peter terug naar Aruba, om met eigen ogen te zien waar Joran Natalee zogenaamd zou hebben begraven. De plek waar Joran in een van zijn e-mails over schrijft dat hij er regelmatig zelf heenging om “zijn respect te betuigen” aan Natalee…

De eerste uitzending is tot zondag 7 november online te bekijken

http://www.peterrdevries.nl/archief/het-gewetenloze-spel-van-joran-van-der-sloot/




PART 2

Video - Beth Holloway and Peter Devries - Face to Face

http://www.peterrdevries.nl/archief/de-confrontatie-tussen-beth-en-joran/


zondag 7 november 2010, 22:45 uur
Archief, Uitzending
De confrontatie tussen Beth Holloway en Joran

“Ik blijf op zijn rug zitten tot ik weet wat er is gebeurd.”
Beth Holloway weet zelfs hoe ze Joran kan vinden in de streng beveiligde Castro Castro gevangenis in Lima, zo lieten we zondag in onze uitzending zien. Als Beth na vijf jaar onzekerheid oog in oog komt te staan met de man die haar dochter liet verdwijnen, smeekt ze Joran om de waarheid te vertellen over wat er is gebeurd met Natalee.

In het diepste geheim werkte ons programma aan een heuse mission impossible om een ontmoeting tussen Beth en Joran op te zetten in de Castro Castro gevangenis. Aangekomen in Peru blijkt dit plan behoorlijk wat voeten in de aarde te hebben. We ontdekten dat Peru een land is van corruptie, geweld, vriendjespolitiek en afspraken die niet worden nagekomen. Maar Peru blijkt ook een land waar je soms opeens geluk kunt hebben en waar er op het allerhoogste niveau plotseling onverwachte deuren open gaan..

Berouw
In onze uitzending laten we zien hoe Peter en zijn team samen met Beth en een vracht aan apparatuur de gevangenis betreden, hoe de actie bijna in het water valt door Jorans advocaat en hoe Beth en Joran uiteindelijk toch oog in oog met elkaar komen te staan in de directiekamer. Heeft Joran, die onlangs in een interview aangaf spijt te hebben van zijn daden, werkelijk berouw over wat er met Natalee Holloway is gebeurd?

In Peru heeft Beth voor het oog van onze camera’s ook een ontmoeting met de broer van de vermoorde Stephany Flores. In Lima wilde Beth zich ervan verzekeren dat Joran deze keer niet de dans ontspringt, zoals dat vijf jaar geleden bij de zaak van Natalee wel leek te gebeuren.

Aruba
Peter en Beth reizen tot slot samen naar Aruba, waar ze naar het strand gaan waar het vijf jaar geleden allemaal begon: de plaats delict, waar Natalee spoorloos verdween. Beth Holloway durfde daar nooit eerder naartoe omdat ze het emotioneel niet aankon. Als afsluiting van de bijzondere reis heeft Peter op het strand van Aruba een aangrijpend interview met Beth.

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INSIDE EDITION - FACE TO FACE

'Tell me where she is': After five years, Natalee Holloway's desperate mother comes face to face with Joran Van der Sloot

By Daily Mail Reporter
Last updated at 1:02 PM on 6th November 2010


The mother of American teenager Natalee Holloway came face-to-face with her suspected killer Joran van der Sloot in a long-awaited prison confrontation.

After five years, Beth Holloway got the chance to confront him over the disappearance of her beloved daughter, who is believed to have died while travelling in Aruba.

She visited van der Sloot at Peru's notorious Miguel Castro Castro jail, where he is in solitary confinement as he awaits trial for the brutal slaying of Peruvian Stephanie Flores.

Hidden cameras followed the brave mother inside the jail and caught the dramatic confrontation.

High-profile Dutch crime reporter Peter De Vries was also involved in the confrontation.

It was first reported on in September that Mrs Holloway had snuck into the prison to confront Van der Sloot - but now footage and what was said has been revealed for the first time.

Prior to the meeting, De Vries had fitted Mrs Holloway with a hidden microphone to capture every word of her conversation. Four more covert cameras were set up in the prison ward's office.

Van der Sloot, 23, was completely unaware he was being recorded and monitored in a nearby room and had no idea Mrs Holloway was visiting. Prison officials had complied with the covert operation.

Making her way through the barbed wire fence of the maximum-security prison, Mrs Holloway said the adrenalin kicked in.

'We arrived at the gates of Castro Castro and of course, I was anxious and nervous,' she said.

'But entering the prison grounds I still felt confident that what I was doing was the right thing.'

The inmate was not handcuffed as he was led into the room, and sat on a chair inches away from Mrs Holloway.

There was no divider or security screen, although a warden was sitting behind a desk.
Mrs Holloway's presence had come as a complete surprise to van der Sloot.

Mrs Holloway can be heard pleading with him to put her out of her misery by coming clean about the events in Aruba back in May 2005.

'Just listen to me for a couple of minutes,' she said.

'I won't do anything until I get some information about Natalee.

'I want to know what happened and I want to move on, Joran. I want to move on.
'If it was an accident, tell me. I don't know.

'It's too late for Natalee but it's not too late for you Joran. I just wanted to get face to face with you. I don't have any hate in me.

'Joran I've been a school teacher for 30 years and I felt like there was a real sincerity that you wanted to get this monkey off your back.

'And I thought that's where we were going. I know you want your life back.
'But you're looking at spending the rest of our life in prison.

'You have your own life ahead, you're the boss of you. But here, Joran, the time stands still, the clock stops. You're just stranded in time.'

After listening in silence for four minutes, van der Sloot finally spoke.
'I hope you can understand it's very hard for me to talk to you,' he said.

'It's really not easy, I'm really doing my best. I know you have a very good heart, I know that for a fact. It is the least I owe you for sure.

'I've made so many bad decisions and all for the wrong reasons.'

Mrs Holloway's desperation grew.

'Joran, you don't need to lose your life in prison and be sitting here when you're 60 years of age and be sitting here insisting to me that you don't know what happened,' she said.

'Tell me what happened. Let me take her home.'

After the meeting Mrs Holloway broke down in tears, saying: 'I wanted to see him, I wanted to get face to face with him.

'I wanted to peel the skin off his face. I'm thinking this is it, this is my one chance and I'll never get this chance again.

'My eyes met his and we were face to face. The only thing I had left in me was just to speak from the heart.'

Disappointingly, the liaison did little to help Mrs Holloway's agonising quest for answers.
 
The riveting footage was aired on prime-time CBS shows The Insider and Entertainment Tonight on Friday, and will also form part of a Dutch crime documentary.

Twice arrested and never charged, Van der Sloot remains the chief suspect in the Natalee Holloway case.

The pretty blonde 18-year-old had disappeared on the last night of a high school graduation trip and was last seen leaving a club with van der Sloot and his two friends.

Her body has never been found.

Mrs Holloway, from Alabama, has always been vocal about her only daughter's suspected killer, saying he has 'dragged her through hell'.

She has devoted her life to uncovering the truth.

More compelling footage is set to be aired on CBS next week.

'If he thinks I've been pestering him for the past five years, he hasn't seen anything yet,' she said.

'Because if he wants to sit there and keep insisting that he doesn't have answers or doesn't know what happened to Natalee well then I want him to keep saying that when he's 60 years old sitting in prison.

'He can't even take a mother sitting in front of him to tell her the truth?

'That's pathetic, it's pathetic.'

In June this year, Van der Sloot was indicted by a federal grand jury in Alabama for trying to extort $200,00 from Mrs Holloway.

In exchange for cash, he allegedly promised to tell her the location of Natalee's remains. The footage showed her revisiting the supposed Aruba locations with De Vries.

'It was another elaborately fabricated story from Joran,' she said.
'Of course we'd thought just maybe, just once he was telling the truth. But no.

'I know that Joran will either spend the rest of his life living in a Peruvian prison or I will have Natalee and will bring her home and I will have the answers I've been so desperately seeking.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1327180/Natalee-Holloways-mother-comes-face-face-Joran-Van-der-Sloot-jail.html

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Van der Sloot suing for copyright invasion?
Last Update: 11/02 8:18 am


Birmingham, Al  (WIAT)  Copyright lawsuit?  Joran van der Sloot "the brand?"  One more legal battle on one more continent?

Joran van der Sloot faces murder charges in Peru in the death of Stephany Flores. 

He's sitting in Lima's Castro Castro prison trying to get his murder confession thrown out of court claiming coercion and technical irregularities by police.

He faces U.S. federal indictment on charges of wire fraud and extortion from a grand jury here in Birmingham after allegedly trying to scam Natalee Holloway's family out of a quarter million dollars in exchange for information about the fate of the Mountain Brook teen last seen in van der Sloot's company on a 2005 graduation trip to Aruba.

He's reportedly under investigation in Thailand over an alleged sex trade ring to import women from Southeast Asia to Dutch brothels.

Given that caseload, it seems pretty mundane to dabble in copyright law.  But the Dutch newspaper de Telegraaf reports that van der Sloot's family lawyer, Bert de Rooij, is looking at suing Dutch crime journalist Peter R. de Vries for violating van der Sloot's right to protect his image.

"The manifestations of a person are therefore protected, as someone else who used that infringes your copyright," De Rooij said in an interview.  De Telegraaf also quoted him saying ""If there is an infringement then of course we consider a compensation."


The same article quotes De Vries as saying a lawsuit would be a good opportunity for Jan van der Sloot to explain his behavior in the Holloway case.

De Vries, who currently has a two part series on the Natalee Holloway case airing on Dutch network SBS6, has pursued van der Sloot for years.  He's taped hidden camera "confessions" telling various stories about Natalee's fate..only to have van der Sloot later say he was lying or making up tales.

de Vries current television project includes Beth Holloway discussing the alleged extortion and de Vries website promises next Sunday's program will include hidden camera video of Beth Holloway confronting van der Sloot in his prison cell.

http://www.cbs42.com/mostpopular/story/Van-der-Sloot-suing-for-copyright-invasion/lVoOGczyEU-lUCTre-UJDg.cspx
                                     

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« Reply #456 on: November 09, 2010, 11:43:06 AM »

Van der Sloot, Holloway Video Confrontation Aired
Updated: Monday, 08 Nov 2010, 5:55 AM PST
Published : Monday, 08 Nov 2010, 5:55 AM PST


(NewsCore) - The director of the Peruvian prison holding Joran van der Sloot has been relieved of his command following the airing of a secretly-recorded confrontation between the alleged killer and the American mother of one of his supposed victims.

Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf said Monday that Eddie Samame had facilitated the meeting with Beth Holloway (formerly Beth Twitty), the mother of slayed American teenager Natalee Holloway. Van der Sloot -- held in Lima in connection with the killing of Peruvian Stephanie Flores -- has long been the chief suspect in Holloway's murder.

Van der Sloot's lawyer is said to have started legal proceedings against Beth Holloway and investigative journalist Peter R. de Vries
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The interview aired Sunday night on Dutch TV SBS6 and was due to air on CBS' "Entertainment Tonight" and "The Insider" in the United States.

During the confrontation, Beth Holloway sits across a small table from van der Sloot -- with the Dutchman unaware he is being recorded. She pleads with him to come clean about her daughter's death in Aruba in May 2005.

"I want to know what happened and I want to move on, Joran. I want to move on ... If it was an accident, tell me. I don't know, " she said. "It's too late for Natalee but it's not too late for you Joran. I just wanted to get face to face with you. I don't have any hate in me."

Holloway went on: "Joran, I've been a school teacher for 30 years and I felt like there was a real sincerity that you wanted to get this monkey off your back ... And I thought that's where we were going. I know you want your life back ... But you're looking at spending the rest of your life in prison."

Van der Sloot, who remained without handcuffs throughout, listened in silence for a few minutes before finally replying, according to the program commentary.

"I hope you can understand it's very hard for me to talk to you," he said. "It's really not easy, I'm really doing my best. I know you have a very good heart, I know that for a fact. It is the least I owe you for sure."

Beth Holloway left the Miguel Castro Castro prison without the confession she was hoping for, the program concluded.

A grand jury in Alabama, where Natalee Holloway lived, indicted van der Sloot on June 30 for wire fraud and extortion after he allegedly asked her mother for $250,000 to tell her where to find her missing daughter's remains.

Van der Sloot was twice arrested in the Holloway case and spent three months in jail but was never charged. Natalee Holloway's body was never found.

He traveled in May to Lima, where he allegedly killed Flores when she stumbled on his computer files with information on the Holloway case.

http://www.myfoxla.com/dpps/news/van-der-sloot-holloway-video-confrontation-aired-dpgonc-20101108-fc_10523167
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« Reply #457 on: November 09, 2010, 11:47:49 AM »

Van der Sloot prison warden suspended over tv interview
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Birmingham, Al  (WIAT)  Beth Holloway's prison confrontation with the prime suspect in the disappearance of her daughter Natalee is once again causing an international ruckus.

Radio Netherlands Worldwide is quoting Dutch newspaper de Telegraaf as reporting prison chief Alex Samamé is being disciplined for agreeing to let Beth Holloway and Dutch crime reporter Peter R. de Vries stage a confrontation with van der Sloot in the Samame's office.

According to Joran van der Sloot’s lawyer, his client was threatened with solitary confinement if he refused to speak to Beth Holloway. The lawyer says he is taking legal action against Peter R. de Vries for bribing government officials
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The prison interview aired on Dutch network SBS6 Sunday night but the CBS syndicated programs THE INSIDER and ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT purchased the video and have been running excerpts for several days.  ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT (seen weekdays at 6:30 p.m. on CBS42) is promising more video tonight.

http://www.cbs42.com/content/localnews/story/Van-der-Sloot-prison-warden-suspended-over-tv/oQzO1vI-JUunoDkG0uyfBw.cspx

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« Reply #458 on: November 09, 2010, 11:53:47 AM »

Van der Sloot prison governer suspended after interview
Monday 08 November 2010


The head of the Peruvian prison where Joran van der Sloot is being held has been suspended after arranging for the mother of missing US teenager Natalee Holloway to confront her daughter's suspected killer, the Telegraaf reports.

The meeting between Van der Sloot and Beth Twitty took place in the director's office and was filmed by secret camera's belonging to Dutch investigative reporter Peter R de Vries.

Van der Sloot's lawyer Maxicom Altez told the paper his client had been threatened with solitary confinement if he did not agree to meet Twitty.

Altez said he is taking legal action against Twitty and De Vries for 'bribing a public official'.

Van der Sloot is in jail in Peru on charges of murdering 21-year-old Stephany Flores on May 30 in his hotel room in Lima.

http://www.dutchnews.nl/news/archives/2010/11/van_der_sloot_prison_governer.php


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« Reply #459 on: November 10, 2010, 03:03:11 PM »

http://www.amigoe.com/artman/publish/artikel_80767.php

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Peter R. De Vries denies imputations: ‘No question of corruption’

9 Nov, 2010, 06:58 (GMT -04:00)

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ORANJESTAD / AMSTERDAM — Crime reporter Peter R. de Vries is surprised by the announcement that Maximo Altez – the lawyer of Joran van der Sloot – is instituting legal proceedings due to ‘bribing government officials’. He denies the imputations most emphatically.

“We did not pay a penny, a peso, absolutely nothing to enter the prison.”

This newspaper reported yesterday that Eddie Samame, the prison director of Joran was suspended. This occurred with regard to the confrontation between the mother of Natalee Holloway who disappeared in 2005, and Joran. Peter, who had organized this confrontation, also made hidden camera shots of this. These shots were broadcasted on TV last weekend amongst others in the Netherlands and the United States.

Altez says that Beth and Peter had gained entrance ‘in an illegal manner’ to the prison where Joran is on remand. However, the crime reporter denies the imputations and says, “Permission was given for this action up to the highest level. The authorities had simply ordered the director to cooperate. The condition was made that one would not discuss the case of Stephany Flores. In any case, nothing was done irregular from our side. Everyone knew what was going to happen; nobody was misled.” The reporter finds that Joran’s lawyer ‘is talking through the back of his neck’. There is absolutely no question of corruption.” According to Peter, the authorities allowed Beth entrance ‘out of solidarity’. “Therefore, I do not understand all of the current excitement”.

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