SM Exclusive: Jossy Mansur of Diario Aruba Comments on Joran Van der Sloot Murder Allegations & Suspect in Death of Stephany Flores Ramirez/Natalee Holloway
If the media wanted to get factual comments from Aruba media and not state run spin, they need not have contacted Aruba Today and Julia Renfro … what they should have done is contacted Jossy Mansur of Diario Aruba for the answers as Scared Monkeys did.
The following is Jossy Mansur in his own words regarding the bizarre similarities of the two murders that Joran Van der Sloot has been accused of, Natalee Holloway in Aruba and Stephany Flores Ramirez in Peru.
“The story came as a shock, not because it was unexpected, but because another girl became the victim of this very sick young man. His actions are clearly those of a psychopath. He should be taken off the streets so he cannot cause any more pain to other families, including his own. The thought that comes into my mind is that if the Prosecution in Aruba had pressed charges against him and he was taken to court and sent to jail, this other girl might still be alive. There are consequences to actions (or lack of them) that speak louder than any amount of words.
The coincidences are also mind-boggling: during a poker tournament, he meets a girl in a casino, like he did Natalee; the girl appears dead in a room that he rented in an upscale hotel; he is seen with the girl at the hotel by the personnel present; the girl appears dead two or three days later, on the 29th of May going into the 30th of May, exactly on the same date and possibly hour that Natalee was killed. And on the fifth anniversary of Natalee’s death! It is practically unbelievable!” (Jossy Mansur)
Scared Monkeys could not agree more with Jossy Mansur. Had the Aruban authorities, LE and prosecutors, done their job … Joran Van der Sloot would have been off the streets. Instead, they combined incompetance, cronyism and corruption to allow prime suspect Joran Van der Sloot to skate on murder charges in the Natalee Holloway case and enboldened a psyciopath to kill again.
A special shout out goes to Aruba for not stopping this predator in his tracks when they had the opportunity to, even when he confessed. But some how the Aruba prosecutor just thought it was lies … what do you think now?
A question to Paulus Van der Sloot to the grave … If there is a body, is there now a crime?