The recent wine throwing incident by Joran Van der Sloot while on a Dutch TV show has provided all to see how the former suspect acts and behaves when he does not get his way. No one can dispute what Joran did nor make excuses for him. He showed the world that he cannot control his temper and is willing to lash out at people no matter what the consequence. As we have said in the past, if this is what Joran Van der Sloot is capable of in a public setting, imagine what he is capable of when no one is around and the cameras are not on.
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We recently asked Jossy Mansur, the Managing Editor of Diario, his opinions on Joran Van der Sloot’s actions in the wine throwing incident involving Peter de Vries. Jossy Mansur is his own words …
“The incident created by Joran against De Vries only comes to further typify his lack of control and the problem he has with anger management. The show had concluded, but the anger within him rose to dangerous heights and he threw a glass of wine in De Vries’ face. It was an expression of violence not unknown in his former behaviors!
The same could have happened with Natalee, if she had refused his sexual advances of whatever sort, but instead of wine he may have attacked her physically. It has happened before: the choller (homeless) on the bridge that he threw into the ocean; his bullying of younger kids at school; the beating he gave a younger brother that caused him to be put in psychological therapy; his violent verbal bout with the Kalpoes in the back seat of the van, and so many other instances that confirm the recent wine-throwing incident to fit perfectly within that pattern of behavior.”
Why do we not think that id Joran Van der Sloot had ever thrown wine in the face of Jossy Mansur, the outcome at the end of the video would have been quite a different story.