Cowards usually make bold comments when they know they have gamed the system.
Joran Van der Sloot … don’t ask for things they might just come true. Also, do not make claims that you are unwilling to fulfill. The former suspect in the Natalee Holloway disappearance in Aruba, Joran Van der Sloot, claims that he regrets that he was not formally prosecuted for any crime. Joran, what crime is it that you feel that you would like to be prosecuted for? Maybe you would like to finally come clean and admit to one.
One would also ask the following question. If you are so anxious and have regrets that there was no trial and you were not formally prosecuted for any crimes, why did you dodge prosecution in the United States? Put up or shut up coward! If you want to be prosecuted so badly, I am sure there is an American court that would do so if you and your attorneys had not fought jurisdiction.
“I would have liked to have seen a trial so that everything could be out in the open,” van der Sloot told newspaper DAG in his first public remarks since being released on Dec. 7. The newspaper published excerpts from the interview Sunday. DAG spokesman Bob Witman said the interview was conducted via e-mail with van der Sloot in Aruba, where he is currently staying.
All three suspects denied any involvement in Holloway’s disappearance.
Van der Sloot denied there was any new evidence to prompt his arrest again last month, as prosecutors had asserted.
“There was no new evidence at all,” he told the paper. “Dutch detectives tried to get me to talk for 15 days. They told me that Natalee was dead.”
Prosecutors say their new evidence was a statement by one of the suspects during a tapped Internet chat in which he said Holloway was dead. But defense lawyers denied that.