Bon Dia: Court doesn’t want to hand down verdict yet in the case of Mr. Paul van der Sloot vs. the Government
This Court needs to explain to the world how someone who is still a suspect in a potential rape and murder case of Natalee Holloway can actually receive a damage for anything? Just a couple of weeks ago Joran Van der Sloot was denied by a judge to be officially taken off the suspect list. Why should he be able to claim and damages, it has not been determined yet whether he is guilty of alleged crimes. We do know that a judge thought enough to still consider him a suspect.
There is on on going sexual assault/murder investigation case that the Prosecutors are putting together and some how sharing documents in this case is more important.
Wants to obtain documents of penal investigation against Joran
Court doesn’t want to hand down verdict yet in the case of Mr. Paul van der Sloot vs. the Government
ORANJESTAD Ã¢â‚¬” The Court from CuraÃƒ §ao wishes to obtain more information on the case, especially that of Joran van der Sloot, before making a decision in the case of damages for prejudice brought forward by the van der Sloot family against the Government.
In an exclusive interview with Bon Dia Aruba, attorney Swaen, who is Paul van der Sloot’s lawyer, made it known that the judge from CuraÃƒ §ao, who represents the Court, made an interim decision in the case.
Mr. A. Swaen, who represents the five members of the van der Sloot family in the case, explains that after he convinced the judge from CuraÃƒ §ao, who represents the Court, that not only Mr. van der Sloot but also the whole family could file for damages for prejudice, on the 13 and 30 of January of 2006 the case was dealt with in Court. The final word was that this month would yield a decision, however it now turns out that there is an interim decision.