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    Re: Joran Van Der Sloot

    Post by Guest on Sun Jun 13, 2010 2:43 pm


    Joran Van der Sloot: Send me to Aruba, and I'll give you the location of Natalee Holloway



    By Michael Sheridan
    DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITER

    Sunday, June 13th 2010, 2:24 PM
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    Joran Van der Sloot has officially been charged for the murder of Stephany Flores, but has reportedly said he's 'afraid' he'll be killed in a Peruvian prison.


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    The suspected murderer of Stephany Flores hopes to become the Flying Dutchman.
    Joran Van der Sloot, who investigators say confessed to the murder of the 21-year-old Peruvian girl in May, is hoping to escape the South American country by offering up details on the five-year-old cold case of Natalee Holloway.
    The 22-year-old, long suspected of murdering the Alabama high school student in 2005, is telling authorities in Lima that he'll give them the location of her body, if they transfer him to an Aruban prison, according to Radio Netherlands Worldwide.
    Van der Sloot is reportedly offering the info because he fears for his life.
    "I don't want to be imprisoned in Peru," he told police, according to Peru's El Comercio. "I am afraid I will be killed."
    The desperate admission is not the first time Van der Sloot has "confessed" to having a hand in Holloway's disappearance. He's offered up several different stories in the past five years, with the most recent admission in 2008 via a Dutch reporter's hidden camera.
    The FBI has admitted it targeted Van der Sloot recently with an extortion sting it states was part of an effort to determine the fate of 18-year-old Holloway. $25,000 later, they failed to obtain any "confession," and have instead come under fire for giving him money that may have funded his trip to South America.
    Meanwhile, Van der Sloot's lawyer has targeted his client's confession in the Flores slaying, claiming it was obtained improperly. This comes as a Chilean police report indicates that the poker playing Dutchman told investigators there when he was arrested last week that a thief killed the woman.
    "A man came out of the bathroom blocking the access door with a knife in his hand. On the bed was another man with a gun," the Spanish-language report quotes him as saying, The Associated Press reports. "The man with the knife said to be quiet, but Stephany began talking in a loud voice and he hit her in the face, making her nose bleed."
    The report also claims Van der Sloot told Chilean agents that the previous day, he and Flores had been extorted by apparent Peruvian police officers who demanded $4,000 and a wristwatch he brought from Thailand.
    Joran van der Sloot was officially charged with murder on Friday and sent by armored truck to a holding cell in the basement of a judicial building in Peru.
    Crowds chanted "Disgrace!" and "Murderer!" as he was led to a police vehicle

    Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/world/2010/06/13/2010-06-13_joran_van_der_sloot_send_me_to_aruba_and_ill_tell_you_location_of_natalee_hollow.html?print=1&page=all#ixzz0qlBctPgp

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    Re: Joran Van Der Sloot

    Post by Guest on Sun Jun 13, 2010 2:44 pm

    My take is Joran making one more pitiful attempt to play the only card he has left.

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    Re: Joran Van Der Sloot

    Post by Guest on Mon Jun 28, 2010 7:12 pm

    Van der Sloot to take incarceration fight to top court, attorney says

    By the CNN Wire Staff
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    Joran van der Sloot faces murder charges in Peru for the death of Stephany Flores, 21.


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    • Joran van der Sloot prepared to appeal ruling on detention to highest court
    • A judge last week ruled van der Sloot's confession and jailing stood
    • The 22-year-old Dutchman wants to 'paralyze the process,' lawyer says
    • Van der Sloot is also the suspect in the Natalee Holloway disappearance



    (CNN) -- Joran van der Sloot, whose claim of unlawful incarceration was denied last week, will appeal and fight to the Peruvian Supreme Court and international courts if necessary, his attorney said Monday.
    Van der Sloot, a 22-year-old Dutch citizen, is jailed pending trial on charges of first-degree murder and robbery in the May 30 death of Peruvian student Stephany Flores, 21.
    In an attempt to nullify a confession he gave police, van der Sloot claimed his civil rights were violated following his arrest. A judge Friday ruled his confession and detention stand.
    His legal strategy now is to "paralyze the process," his lawyer, Maximo Altez, said.
    Altez said van der Sloot will use every possible law that is available to him, and that if he exhausts Peruvian courts, they will reach out to the Inter-American Court of Human Rights in Costa Rica. He maintains that his client's rights have been violated.
    The attorney, who has been in touch with both van der Sloot and his family, said the Dutchman is a little "depressed," as anyone in prison would be.
    A court document shows Flores had a cranial fracture and other injuries to her face and neck, and she showed signs she had been asphyxiated.

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    Video: Dutch reporter interviews Joran in jail

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    Video: DNA found at Peru murder scene

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    Forensic tests in the hotel room where her body was found showed blood on the floors, hallway and mattress, the document said.
    According to transcripts of van der Sloot's confession, he said he elbowed Flores in the face before strangling her and then suffocating her with his shirt.
    The transcripts were provided to CNN by a police source who has not been named because he was not authorized to release the material.
    Van der Sloot told authorities he attacked Flores on May 30 after she read an e-mail on his computer connected with the Holloway case.
    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 in a high-security area of Miguel Castro Castro Prison where only two of 10 cells are occupied and he has no contact with the general prison population.

    Van der Sloot is also a suspect in the 2005 disappearance of Alabama teen Natalee Holloway in Aruba, though he has not been charged in that crime.

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    Re: Joran Van Der Sloot

    Post by Guest on Mon Jun 28, 2010 7:14 pm

    My prediction. No one in the courts in Peru or Costa Rica or pretty much anywhere else cares. The attorney will file motions until the money runs out then.... Joran will fade away.
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    Re: Joran Van Der Sloot

    Post by ziggy on Tue Jun 29, 2010 3:56 am

    He is such an ass. He can play whatever card he likes, but he is going to lose this game just as he lost at poker...game over.
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    Re: Joran Van Der Sloot

    Post by Percy on Tue Jun 29, 2010 10:36 pm

    Oh boy I missed this threade, I have MUCH TO ADD when I get some time this week, this is a guy I have done a lot of work on, a very interesting character he is.

    I need to read the rest of this thread then I will comment accordingly but I am glad we have a thread dedicated to this because its a very interesting case and I think it will get more interesting as we go forward.


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    Re: Joran Van Der Sloot

    Post by Guest on Tue Jul 20, 2010 9:32 pm

    http://www.cnn.com/2010/CRIME/07/19/peru.van.der.sloot.attorney/index.html
    Van der Sloot's former attorney rejects lawsuit claims

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    Joran van der Sloot sued attorney Luz Marina Romero Chinchay earlier this month.


    STORY HIGHLIGHTS


    • Luz Marina Romero Chinchay was Joran van der Sloot's first attorney
    • She says he hired her verbally
    • Van der Sloot has sued her, alleging that she was imposed on him
    • Romero says accusations in lawsuit against her are not true





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    (CNN) -- The attorney who represented Joran van der Sloot during his confession in the case of the killing of a Peruvian woman says that van der Sloot hired her to be his attorney, contradicting a claim he makes in a pending lawsuit.
    Van der Sloot, currently in a Peruvian prison pending an appeal on a motion that his incarceration and confession were illegal, sued attorney Luz Marina Romero Chinchay earlier this month. The Dutch citizen claims that Romero was imposed on him and that she became involved because she was in a relationship with a police officer, according to his current attorney, Maximo Altez.
    In an exclusive interview with HLN and "In Session," Romero refutes the allegations.
    Contrary to the accusations in the lawsuit, Romero said she became involved with van der Sloot after learning that he refused a state-appointed attorney and requested a private attorney.
    "I asked (van der Sloot) if he wanted my services and he said yes," Romero said. "I told him the on-duty defense attorney was present and I asked him if he wanted to give a statement through them. He said no, he wanted a private defense attorney."
    Van der Sloot wanted to talk to her about the case, she said, but felt uncomfortable with the others in the room -- the prosecutor, a police officer and a translator.
    After the others left, the two reached a verbal agreement that she would represent him. Romero remembers asking him about payment. He replied that his mother would pay his legal fees. Then, the others returned to the room and he gave his confession to authorities.
    Now, van der Sloot alleges that he never agreed to have Romero as his attorney.
    Another contradiction that Romero brought forward involves van der Sloot's knowledge of Spanish. According to the motion to dismiss his confession as illegal, van der Sloot alleges that he didn't understand Spanish enough to know what he was being told to sign.
    Romero said their conversation was in perfect Spanish.
    According to Romero, van der Sloot was calm during his statement and afterwards spoke with his mother on the phone. Her advice, Romero said, was her son not make any statements or sign anything. But it was too late.
    Van der Sloot also told Romero that he was interested in talking about the case of missing Alabama teen Natalee Holloway in Aruba, where he is a suspect, because he thought it might get him extradited to Aruba.
    Referring to his new legal strategy, Romero said, "I think every attorney does his work differently, they have their own professional ethic. I respect this professional (Altez) but his actions point to (wanting) to nullify the preliminary investigation. But like I said he had all the guarantees of the due process."
    She also questioned the truthfulness of van der Sloot. For instance, when he signed some documents after talking to his mother, Romero noticed that he signed very differently than what he signed on the police statement, she said.
    "I told him, 'you signed differently' and he winked his eye and made a silence signal with his hands," Romero said.

    She added, "God will clarify everything and I will rest at peace that my innocence in respect to the charges that this man has against me will be made public -- saying that I was working with authorities to lie to this Dutchman -- which is not true."


    In Session's Mayra Cuevas contributed to this report.

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    Re: Joran Van Der Sloot

    Post by Guest on Tue Jul 20, 2010 9:34 pm

    He is nothing if not consistent. Anything Joran says is suspect imo.

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