The Peruvian authorities are going to have Joran Van der Sloot, the confessed murderer of Stephany Flores Ramirez in Peru and suspected killer of Natalee Holloway in Aruba, do a reenact of the crime and show how he beat Stephany to death and broke her neck.
Peru’s investigative police will lead Mr. van der Sloot to the casino where he met Stephany Flores and then to the Hotel Tac, where she was killed on May 30.
According to police sources, van der Sloot told investigating officers that he had gone out to get coffee for himself and Ms. Flores Ramirez early on May 30. When he returned, he found her using his laptop computer. He reportedly said that she was looking at information about the 2005 disappearance of Alabama teen Natalee Holloway in Aruba and recognized that he had been accused of murdering Ms. Holloway.
That’s when van der Sloot flew off the handle and beat Flores Ramirez to death, according to police reports of his confession.
“The girl intruded into my private life,” he told investigators, according to Peru’s La Republica newspaper. “She had no right. I grabbed her by the neck and I hit her.”
Today, he’ll walk police through the way he says he killed Flores Ramirez.
Peru authorities, do not be fooled by this skilled liar. There is no doubt that he killed Flores Ramirez, Joran admitted guilt not because he was coerced, but because he knows there is overwhelming evidence against him, including DNA. He also knows if he confesses to a lesser crime he will receive less years in prison. DO NOT FALL FOR HIS GAMES. Stick this predator in one of your fine prisonsfor the maximum amount of time allowed. Peru, you have Joran Van der Sloot dead to rights, do not get weak kneed and get all “Aruba” on us. Provide the proper JUSTICE FOR STEPHANY!
His version suggests that the murderwas not premeditated as has been speculated, because of the fact that Flores’ murder occurred on the fifth anniversary of Holloway’s disappearance. Van der Sloot has been called the “May 30 serial killer” in the Peruvian press.
His account would also rule out robbery as a motive.[editors note: Then why take her money if robbery was not the motive? The sporter just did it as an afterthought? Really. Who believes that. You kill some one supposedly accidentally and Joran is so stunned by the event that he robs Stephany of her gambling winnings. Yea, that is believable.]
These facts are crucial, because the charge of homicideor second-degree murder carries a sentence as low as 15 years. With good behavior, study and work in a Peruvian prison, van der Sloot could, hypothetically, be released within seven years.
In this scenario, he would not yet be 30 years old when released.
Premeditated murder, on the other hand, carries a 30-year sentence and conditions for parole are much narrower.
Now his mother Anita, the enabler, is saying that any confession from her“delicious sporter” was coerced. Sorry, the Peruvian LE is doing their job. Welcome to the real world Joran and Anita Vam der Sloot where Joranis not going to get away with murder. There will be no cover up like there was in the Natalee Holloway investigation. Guess what Anita, there is a body, so there was a crime.
She spoke to the family’s Dutch attorney, Bert de Rooij, who told CBS News, “He said, ‘I’m being interrogated in a very rude way’ … and he said, ‘I think they are aiming at a coerced confession.” ‘
Van der Sloot’s mother has also hired a lawyer for him in Peru, Quijano notes.
On Monday, police say, van der Sloot told them he killed Flores, 21, reportedly adding he became enraged when he caught her looking up information about the Natalee Holloway case on his laptop and questioning his involvement in the disappearance of the Alabama teen five years ago in Aruba.
Joran is being interogatedin a very rude way, good grief. Poor baby … HEY JORAN, THIS AIN’T ARUBA!!!
How exactly do you think an individual who beats a defenseless girl and breaks her neck is treated? My question is does the Peru LE use waterbaording?
Aruba, are you taking notes … you might learn some thing from the Peru law enforcement on how to get answers from a killer.