Joran Van der Sloot Admits to Involvement in Death of Natalee Holloway, Is it Really all a Lie? Now Joran Says Natalee Fell High on Coke
There usually is a lot of truth in every lie. How Natalee Holloway died a lie, Joran Van der Sloot’s involvement, not so much a lie.
Why would anyone continue to admit involvement in the death of another? How many suspects in a case continue to confess to the death of a victim when they have claimed that they were innocent and just wanted their life back?
The answer is none, unless you are a sociopath and in the end are guilty and want to either be cause or put forth so many road block that it makes it too confusing. Or is it that Joran Van der Sloot knows in advance that Aruba prosecutors will never charge him with anything so he just states what ever is on his mind that day and confesses?
Once again Joran Van der Sloot has come out of the woodwork like a cockroach and confessed again in the death of Natalee Holloway. He continues to relish in the joy of causing pain and harm to the family of missing and presumed deceased Natalee Holloway. Van der Sloot continues his sick and narcissistic game and continuing the roller coaster ride of emotions of a family whose daughter, sister, cousin and granddaughter has been missing since 2005.
On “The Early Show” Tuesday, legal analyst Jack Ford explained that more would be needed to prosecute than just a confession that might be a lie. FALSE!
On “The Early Show” Tuesday, legal analyst Jack Ford explained that, “Most people would think, if somebody comes in and says, ‘Yes, I did this, and here’s where we got rid of the body,’ they would think, ‘Isn’t that enough to prosecute somebody?’
“(In) most places,” Ford told co-anchor Maggie Rodriguez, “you need more than somebody just saying, ‘I did something wrong. Here’s what I did.’ The law says you have to be able to prove that there was a crime to start with before you can use somebody’s words as a basis for a prosecution. So you need to have more evidence out there.”
Ford added, “If you’re the prosecutor here, the first time he’s talking about, ‘We disposed of the body in the ocean.’ Now, he’s saying, ‘We disposed of the body in a swamp.’ So, the prosecutors, I’m sure, are looking at this, and they’re saying, ‘There’s just not enough detail here, and the detail he is giving us is different from what he said the first time.’ So, again, if they had something else, if they had proof of a murder, something that could tie him into it, then this might be more significant. But apparently they just don’t.”
Sorry, but the legal analyst is implementing US legal rules to an Aruban/Dutch matter. Of course more than a confession is needed, but there already is more or has this legal analyst not followed this case from 2005? This is not a situation like John Mark Karr where he confessed to a crime without really being a suspect for the attention. This is a scenario where Joran Van der Sloot cannot seem to stay out of the media limelight and feels the need to explain himself while cashing in and causing further pain to the family of Natalee Holloway.
There is a boatload of evidence, statements and records out there that can determine whether Joran is guilty or not. What is interesting is when he comes up with this accounts that are half fabricated and have the truth, what part of them detail info that may not be known to anyone but a person who would be directly involved in the crime?
So now according to Joran Van der Sloot … Natalee Holloway snorted Coke and fell to Death, so says suspect.
“Then I walked over to her to dance with her a little…. And eh, I grabbed her by the hips. When I let go, she fell from the balcony…”
“We looked down and saw her lying there. Yes, there was blood. I think she fell on the ground with her head first.” Van der Sloot continued to say that they both ran the steps to Natalee. “Her chin was to one side and I turned it the other way. There was blood on the ground too. There was no life.”
The real question that deals more to the point of Joran Van der Sloot is why does he keep coming up with different ways as to how Natalee died? There is one constant in every confession … Joran Van der Sloot’s involvement.
So why did Joran Van der Sloot talk to the media once again regarding the death of Natalee Holloway? It could not have been the money he was paid to do so. Oh no, a new version was concocted by Joran to clear his name of him being considered a killer. Sorry Joran, too late for that. It takes a really big man Joran to blame a dead person 5 years later for their own death after you have come up with previous confessions on hidden cameras.
The young Dutchman continues to maintain that he was present when Natalee died and that he got rid of her body. He says he gave the interview because “he wants to come clean once and for all … Almost half of the Netherlands thinks I’m a killer.” We’ll just have to wait and see whether this latest media gambit helps change that view.
Only half? Why would they possibly think that? Maybe because they might be correct. That’s ok … all of America does. Face it Joran Van der Sloot, any thinking person knows you are guilty. If it was an accidental death, there would never have been any reason to lie. Now some five years later, you are still lying as to what happened to Natalee.
Joran … tell the truth and it will set you free. Don’t and you will spend an eternal damnation in hell with your father who helped cover up your crime.