National Enquirer Reports Joran Van der Sloot (Murphy Jenkins) Sex Slave Gang Investigated by Thailand Police


More bad news for Joran Van der Sloot, the 22 year old Little Dutch boy, who presently finds himself in prison in Peru for the murder of 21 year old Stephany Flores. Van der Sloot was also suspected in the death and disappearance of Natalee Holloway in Aruba in 2005. According to the National Enquirer, Joran van der Sloot is under investigation in connection for sex trafficking and the possible disappearance of several young Thai women in 2008.


According to reports, Joran Van Der Sloot allegedly recruited women for the sex trade while he lived in Thailand in 2008. At the same time  several young women went missing while he was there and they are investigating to see if he may have been involved.

Confessed killer JORAN  VAN DER SLOOT is under investigation for the disappearances of young women he recruited for the sex trade in Thailand, The ENQUIRER has learned.

“There are girls who went missing in Bangkok while van der Sloot was there. Thai investigators are looking into whether he might have been involved,” said a source with Thai law enforcement.

“Girls who are approached by sex traffickers here often get killed, especially if they discover they are being tricked into prostitution and start to resist or threaten to go to the police.

“Many of these girls have no legal documents. If they go missing, nobody notices. It’s easy to kill them, hide the bodies and get away with it.”


We remember this incident from 2008 when Dutch crime investigator Peter De Vries set up a sting of Joran Van der Sloot in a Thai hotel. Joran Van der Sloot was seen on hidden surveillance video trying to lure Thai girls into sex trafficking.

De Vries’ latest report, which was shown Sunday night on Dutch television, shows Van der Sloot telling someone posing as a sex-industry boss that he can get passports for Thai women and girls who think they are going to the Netherlands to work as dancers, reported.

Van der Sloot makes about $13,000 for every woman sold into prostitution in the Netherlands, De Vries claims.

According to Thai police many woman went missing while Joran van der Sloot was in Thailand posiong as a production consultant for a modeling agency, aka sex trafficking front. Now Thai police are going to investigate as to whether Joran Van der Sloot had any connection. Would it really shock anyone if the answer was yes?

Is the house of cards finally falling in on Joran Van der Sloot?

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    48 Responses to “National Enquirer Reports Joran Van der Sloot (Murphy Jenkins) Sex Slave Gang Investigated by Thailand Police”

    1. barbreee on July 10th, 2010 10:14 pm

      And thankfully, he still sits like a lump in prison.

    2. Lisa in Maryland on July 10th, 2010 11:33 pm

      We all know the National Enquirer is a RAG not worthy of wiping your butt with and I wouldn’t believe anything from them. However, I wouldn’t be suprised to find he did sell or kill other women.

      I just don’t like the source and there are no real details or anything specific to go on it’s like “The Butler” did it!

      I’d much rather comment on something substantial like Joe Taco in Peru or something I read about Joran having a female visitor??? Who is she???
      SM: Um, you might want to get Bill Clinton and John Edward’s opinion as to whether the NE gets the story wrong. Don’t be so quick on what is a useless rag. These days the MSM, NY Times and WAPO are rags. It was the NE that broke the John Edwards-Reille Hunter baby daddy story when all other media did not want to touch it.

    3. Greg the Mongoose on July 10th, 2010 11:56 pm

      Joran owns a coffee shop in Thailand. Paid with sex slave money?

    4. Waterboy on July 11th, 2010 12:16 am

      Isn’t it about the same, if he murdered the women or sold them into the sex trade? Don’t they usually end up dead in the sex trade?

      He probable puts drugs in their drinks, gets them up to his room, and sends them off against their will.

      He’s an afterbirth for sure. His mom threw the baby out with the bath water, and kept the afterbirth, which took form and shape, and walked among us.

    5. kitty on July 11th, 2010 12:20 am

      Sadly, this may be very true ~ it’s no shocker or surprise either… it seems to have been his M O
      {motive operatis}…. Thailand is known for it’s sex trade ~ (worldwide)…

      Why he wasn’t watched more carefully once off Aruban soil is a mystery…

      {he never should have been allowed out of Aruba to begin with ~ and recalling Beths pleading with the world 5 years ago regarding him or the K2′s to not be let out of that country ~ instinctively knowing he’d strike again ~ it’s sickening…)

      there’s so much more to this sad story, so much more… he had a BIG appetite and ego to feed…

    6. Guido on July 11th, 2010 4:34 am

      I’ll take that seriously when it gets reported in a proper newspaper and not in a rag such as NE.

      In the mean time NE keeps Joran in the spotlights which will only increase the amount the networks are willing to pay for an exclusive JvdS interview.

      Not a good thing.

    7. brie. on July 11th, 2010 5:52 am

      Joran sold the coffee shop in Thailand..a couple bought it and said it was mismanaged and the books were a mess.

    8. Brenda in Virginia on July 11th, 2010 7:43 am

      how many of us have been saying just wait and see what they find he’s been up to in Thailand.

      Agreed SM…the National Enquirer will break a real story now and then, and it’s usually a very, big one when that occurs.

      Sadly, I no longer believe we will ever know the details of Natalee’s demise, but we do know based on what this kid has been up to he did probably assault her when she “wanted to leave” same as with Stephany.

      In a way I wish neither Natalee or Stephany’s parents had to hear the details of what their daughters went through. Fact they are gone has to be painful enough…but to learn about the violence is beyond me.

      Morgan Harrington was a local girl from city where I used to work for 7 yrs (work from home now), and there was JUST another murder of a young girl from Roanoke. Same as the others…trusting young girl murdered by a “friend”. Found in a field while he is using her credit cards and driving her vehicle. Stupid as hell criminal. Wish this crap would stop. Least they got this guy.

    9. Susan on July 11th, 2010 8:04 am

      Peru’s Legal System…what van der Sloot has to look forward to

      Last Update: 5:56 am

      Birmingham, Al (WIAT) Accused killer Joran van der Sloot is already living a legal nightmare. Incarcerated in Lima, Peru’s notorious Castro Castro prison, he’s charged with the murder of 21 year old Stephany Flores…found dead in van der Sloot’s hotel room.

      He’s already confessed and led investigators on a tour of the bloody death scene…reportedly telling investigators he killed Flores after she found material relating to Natalee Holloway on his laptop computer. Mountain Brook High School grad Holloway disappeared on a trip to Aruba five years to the day of Flores death. She was last seen with van der Sloot.

      Unlike his current situation in Peru, Aruba was home turf for van der Sloot and his father was a prominent lawyer. He was questioned several times but never charged by Aruban authorities.

      By contrast, his alleged victim in Peru is from a well known family and he has no influence over the system there. In fact, he’s already lost an appeal trying to throw out his confession. That appeal was based on several claimed factors: that he was coerced, that he didn’t have an adequate translator, that he had improper legal representation. But at this moment, the confession remains in evidence along with, reportedly, DNA and other physical evidence from the scene.

      Unlike Aruba, there’s no guarantee of speedy trial in Peru. Here’s some background.
      Legal System
      Peru has a civil law legal system, based on European models. More recently, the U.S. legal system has influenced commercial and corporate law. Peru has not accepted compulsory International Court of Justice jurisdiction.

      Peru’s justice system is hierarchical and consists of the Supreme Court (Corte Suprema), Superior Courts (Cortes Superiores), specialized Courts (civil, criminal and mixed) and Justice of the Peace Courts. The Supreme Court, based in Lima, has 32 justices appointed by the National Council of the Judiciary (Consejo Nacional de la Magistratura). In 2002, there were a total of 1268 courts of all types in the country.

      Peru’s legal system is also comprised of many agencies. The seven members of Peru’s National Judiciary Council autonomously appoint, confirm and remove judges as guaranteed by the Peruvian Constitution. The Public Ministry (Ministerio Público) oversees guaranteeing the rule of law, respect for legal rights and the execution of justice. The Public Prosecutor’s Office (La Fiscalía) investigates crimes and undertakes criminal prosecutions. The Prosecutor’s Office includes the National Prosecutor (Fiscal de la Nación), Supreme Prosecutors (Fiscales Supremos), Senior Prosecutors (Fiscales Superiores), Provincial Prosecutors (Fiscales Provinciales) and Assistant Prosecutors (adjuntos), all whom may act independently. As of October 2002, Peru had 1497 prosecutors.

      Peru has a National Public Defender’s Service (Defensores de Oficio) with 256 public defenders in 2002. The public defenders work in police units, Criminal Courts, Specialized Criminal Courts, Family Courts, the military justice system, and the Criminal Prosecutor’s Office. According to the United Nations Development Programme, Peru’s public defenders system is unable to meet the country’s needs due to understaffing, low salaries and an inadequate infrastructure.

      Peru’s municipalities are run autonomously by municipal councils (consejo municipal), provincial councils (consejo provincial), and district councils (consejo distrital), all of whose members are directly elected. The municipalities administer assets, taxes, transportation, local public services, urban development and education.

      There are many factors that help to explain the current status of Peru’s legal system. The aftereffects of twenty years of political violence, between 1980 and 2000, left imprints on the Peruvian legal system. After so many years of political violence and state repression Peruvian society has experienced a general loss of confidence in state institutions. Insurgency, violence and emergency legislation all hindered Congress’ ability to pass legislation that would impact significant sectors of the population. Other factors that have influenced the judicial system are Peru’s informal economy and society’s mistrust, in general, of the judicial system and lawyers. This overall mistrust stems from serious problems within the judicial system itself. Typically there are delays of five years before delivering a verdict. There is a lack of independence from the executive branch of government. Indeed, the executive branch often appointed and removed certain judges for political purposes. The judicial system lacks sufficient resources to properly carry out its functions. Further, the system has failed to provide adequate protection of the judiciary from insurgents and drug traffickers. In the last few years, Peru’s Congress has created special investigative commissions on human rights and judicial corruption to bring many of these issues to public attention.

      Compiled from: The Structure of Legal Education in Peru: Notes for a Diagnostic; Library of Congress Country Studies; Justice Studies Center of the Americas.

    10. Susan on July 11th, 2010 8:19 am

      When the story broke about Stephany’s murder in Peru, I asked what about the women in Thailand. Urine van der Slut must have been in heaven there!! There’s no telling how much money Urine made in Thailand off of the sex trade biz or how many innocent lifes he snuffed out while he was there :-(

      HLN reported last night Urine sold his coffee shop in Thailand to return to Aruba when Paulass died.

    11. Linda on July 11th, 2010 9:34 am

      Someone asked about his family. His brother Valentijn is a student at Emmerson College in Boston, here in the USA! You can google info about him.

    12. on July 11th, 2010 10:16 am

      I agree with SMs – These days the MSM, NY Times and WAPO are rags. We may not like some of the investigating reporting the NE does – but at least they do research and investigation instead of becoming mouth pieces for political reasons.

      How did Joran buy a coffee shop to start with? I’d guess it was from money in the sex trade – and that would be something right up Joran’s alley.

      And yes, Joran just can’t stay out of the news. Why anyone in the media would pay Joran a dime for “his story” is beyond me. They need to talk to Greta van Sustren, John Kelly and Beth Twitty about the amount of LIES this jerk has told.

    13. chandu on July 11th, 2010 11:42 am

      This can’t be right. If you read his interview with the Peruvian police then you would know he sold pizzas in Thailand.

      Sorry to be crude, but thankfully the world has just about digested van der Sloot. He’s currently afloat, waiting for the final flush.

    14. Lisa in Maryland on July 11th, 2010 11:43 am

      Susan – Thanks for that info on the Peruvian Susan – Thanks for that info on the Peruvian Justice System I had asked about that when the Flores case broke and your post is very informative!

      SM and Katablog – I stand corrected to some extent on the NE comment. I suppose there is some “Validity” to a few of thier stories and yes, you are right in the fact that other media outlets have not proven most reliable either. We just have to consider the source and IMO the NE doesn’t have a very high rating on reliability.

      I guess everyone gets lucky now and then.

    15. A Texas Grandfather on July 11th, 2010 11:52 am

      I think that there will be a major international sex ring operating in Tialand and elsewhere. Joran and others from Aruba and Carucoa are involved.

      Joran’s father Paulus was suposed to be a very successful lawyer, but investigation has placed doubts on that report.

      Where did the family’s money come from if Paulus was not very successful in the judicial system?

      How was he so well connected to the judicial system and police system and where did the money come from to pay off the judge (Witt) from Carucoa that protected the home from being searched?

      I believe that a thorough investigation be Intoerpol and other angencies will reveal a sex trade connection.

      Joran is just another player in the same group.
      His job was to secure young women by becoming friendly with them until they could be lured to a place where they could be kidnapped and sold. Unfortunately for Joran, he wanted to totally control his subject and if they resisted, he simply beat them to death.

      In Aruba, he had a support group made up of his father, the chief of police, judges and prosecutors. He made a hugh mistake in Peru by attacking the daughter of a prominent family and without the support group of Aruba, he had no way to hid his actions.

    16. Susan on July 11th, 2010 1:44 pm

      Lisa in Maryland – You are very welcome :-)

      I’m sure none of us know that much about the “law of the land” in Peru, but this article does help “shed some light” on it.

    17. cvc on July 11th, 2010 2:30 pm

      How amazing that all these many situations and characters had to fall into place for this horrible tragedy to unfold the way it has. There are so many “Had it not been for the enabling parents, unscrupulous aruban police and judicial systems,…” and on and on and on. The only victims are natalee, stefani, and their families. Everyone else involved enabled Joran van der Sloot to kill. Even if just one person involved in this had spoken up for the real victims things would be incredibly different right now. What a corrupt group of individuals in the van der Sloot family and the Aruban government. At least the Flores family has the help of the police and judicial system in Peru. Shame on anyone who criticizes the Holloway family. These people are living the ultimate nightmare and they are doing it with class and dignity. Anita van der sloot was the only person allowed to go into the aruban jail to visit Joran when he was first arrested in aruba. The father couldn’t go in at first because he was considered a suspect. Who in this world is going to believe that she was not taking information, advice, and instructions from his father to him? Anita said in the GMA interview recently that she was cutting Joran out of her life and could not make herself go to see him in prison in Peru. Who is this woman who is visiting him in the Peruvian jail once a week? You had better believe she is there representing Anita van der Sloot and that she is bringing Joran advice from his mother. Don’t feel sorry for Anita van der Sloot she is as involved in this as anyone else.

    18. Lisa in Maryland on July 11th, 2010 9:52 pm

      From Amigoe – Aruba – Considerable decline tourism
      9 Jul, 2010, 11:54 (GMT -04:00)

      WILLEMSTAD – The month April showed a considerable decline in the number of visiting tourists The decrease regarded as much as 17 percent. 25,988 Tourists had stayed on the island in April compared to 31,178 during the previous year. During the first four months of this year, the decrease amounted to 12 percent in total: 110,739 tourists had visited the island against 125,216 in 2009.

      The consequences for the tourism industry on the island are larger than the figures indicate. With many more hotel rooms and apartments on the way on the island during the past year, the occupancy from those hotels and apartments is subjected to further pressure.

      The decline of the number of tourists in the period January up to and including April is a consequence of a disastrous regression of the tourism from Venezuela and actually from all of South America.

      KARMA AT IT’S FINEST – See what happens when you harbor a murderer – Make no mistake about it – YOU’RE ONE SCARED LITTLE ISLAND!

      JORAN has pissed off North America & now South America. You think you saw decline in April just wait till the June stats come out!!!!!


    19. Ed H on July 11th, 2010 10:31 pm

      The pit in hell gros deeper as time goes on.this goy is really a piece of garbage. While the National Enquire is a tabloid they have broke some good dtories latley. WE know that the main stream press is not reliable anymore, exception FOX and are pawns in obama hands. Good job National Enquire

    20. JKP on July 11th, 2010 10:55 pm

      why do we care where his brother goes to college and why do we want to google information about him?? He has done nothing. Leave him alone and let’s not encourage people to cyber stalk innocent people. Just because his brother is a killer doesn’t make him a side show act.
      SM: Hardly cyber-stalking. You might want to get a legal dictionary. It was JVDS who brought his entire family in to the process, what did they know and when did they know it.


    21. steph on July 12th, 2010 2:55 am

      Lisa, Stephany was killed in may. How can u relate the decrease and south americans being pissed in april with a murder in may?? And in the article is also written that:
      “North America (United States and Canada) increased with 31 percent up to 20,652 tourists in comparison with 15,795
      the previous year.”

    22. ThEhApPsTeR on July 12th, 2010 11:11 am

      The girls in the Thailand video said ‘no’ to his offer of making them dancers, right? If so, how did he react? Is that on tape, or have they been spoken to about further connections to other girls thathe tried to con? What was their take on JVS in dealing with him?

    23. Brenda on July 12th, 2010 2:58 pm

      One old post directly about it. wish I could understand the comment. Not in English :)

    24. cvc on July 12th, 2010 3:30 pm

      As far as Val van der sloot goes, if I was a coed at emerson I would want to know that joran van der sloot’s brother was a student there and possibly living in the same dorm that I live in. I’m not sorry to say that this is what his future holds simply by association with his brother. I assume val was in the van der sloot household when natalee disappeared. He was possibly there even during the time that his mother was in the netherlands at the very beginning.

    25. Greg the Mongoose on July 12th, 2010 5:02 pm

      Val van der sloot has nothing to do with his brother or family troubles. I feel bad for the guy. I would change my name. Get some plastic surgery. The innocent should not have to suffer for the wicked.

    26. vinny on July 12th, 2010 5:41 pm

      cvc….I agree with you. If I was attending any school with one of the brothers I would want to know. It is a matter of personal safety. They where all raised by the same permissive Parents. They watched as Joran got away with murder. A rumor way back when was that the youngest brother saw a dead womans body in the bath tub. He supposedly told this to a schoolmate. Both those boys where home the noc of the No Body No Crime night. I do believe they heard that conversation.

    27. Lisa in Maryland on July 12th, 2010 5:45 pm

      Steph – my comment was “You think you saw decline in April just wait till the June stats come out!!!!!”

      The stats are reported quarterly meaning there was already a decline in the 1st quarter stats (Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr)so I was saying if there was already a decline as of April just wait for the June stats which will come out in the 2nd quarter report for (May, June, July, Aug) thus showing additional decline after Stephany’s murder.

      As far as the increase in American Visitors to Aruba, I believe SM had an article earlier in the first quarter that reported currupt figures over inflated to show occupancy in the hotels and on the airlines when they were actually empty. Meaning YES, YOU GUESSED IT ARUBA LIED! IMAGINE THAT! So, I highly doubt american tourism is on the increase in ARUBA.

      Sorry I wasn’t clear the first round.


    28. vinny on July 12th, 2010 5:48 pm

      Jorans in the sex salve trade market. I believe he would doing anything to keep his supply of money ample so he could gamble and feed his addiction. The way Stefanie was burtalized was practiced behavior. I believe Joran has burtalized women is his past. He knew just what to do. When he was being examined by the Pervian Docs, he was concerned he had picked up HIV in Tialand.

    29. vinny on July 12th, 2010 5:55 pm

      Thanks for the article on Pervian Law. I can wait five years for Jorun to go to trail. Maybe they will put him in General Population in a few months.

    30. Lisa in Maryland on July 12th, 2010 5:58 pm

      Brenda – that’s odd, the comment says…

      Malkonjo bo ta Joran…..Pero bo mester burn in hell pa e koi pendew ku bo a hasi ey….Nan mester kologa bo na un palu….i tur dia korta algu for di bo kurpa afo. Kita un dede, kaba bo pols, kaba bo man, pia i asina sigi bai. Bai den konjo di bo mama Yu ku di PUTAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAa

      I guess “burn in hell” is universal regardless of who it is directed to!

    31. cvc on July 12th, 2010 7:52 pm

      Greg–I agree completely with you but his brother and his parents have placed Val in this situation. Every woman should be alert and aware of her surroundings, especially college aged young women living away from home for the first time. I have a college age daughter and she has been taught by both myself and my husband to stay in control of her situation and to never relinguish control over what happens to her to anyone else. Have fun, lead a normal, healthy life and be aware, alert, and informed about your situation and your surroundings. In a perfect world the brother of Joran van der Sloot would not be judged by his brother’s actions, but Joran is just one big contributor to the fact that this is not a perfect world and people have to protect themselves from people like JVS. Unfortunately innocent people suffer. I’m quite sure that Natalee and Stefani have brothers who have suffered a considerable amount of pain because of their sisters’ situation.

    32. Lisa in Maryland on July 13th, 2010 8:14 am

      Very Well Said CVC!

      Vinny – I completely forgot about that rumor of Sebastian telling his classmate he saw a dead women’s body in the bathtub. Wonder what he has to say about it today??? Now I’m not into Blood Money but that may be an interview worth paying for!

    33. vinny on July 13th, 2010 2:44 pm

      Lisa ..
      I would love to read about that in any rag mag. Before this is all over any it may take years but I believe we will see bad things happening in Dec, all the slime will surface. Joran will not go down alone. I think what cover up info he has is his last poker hand and he will use it.

    34. cvc on July 13th, 2010 4:15 pm

      Who knows? Maybe before it’s over Aruba will actually take care of things. I can’t believe that Joran has survived this long without someone involved in the cover-up in Aruba killing him. He runs his mouth constantly and Vinny’s right, Joran’s not going to pay the price without taking everyone involved in Aruba with him.

    35. Frederic Nitz on July 13th, 2010 6:27 pm

      He will try to play it to get out of Peru. Good luck with that hand, Joran. You’re going to need it.

      Poker makes good liars and liars make good poker players. He should fit right in, but what do you want to bet he loses his last hand?

    36. J.O on July 16th, 2010 2:59 pm

      Joran got the money to buy the cafe in Bangkok from a local female loanshark who threatened him when he didn’t pay back… That put the shits up him nd he got the money from somewhere to pay her back.. Joran was always short of cash in Thailand and on the verge of being evicted from his house for not paying rent

    37. Frederic Nitz on July 17th, 2010 11:48 am

      J.O How do you know that?

    38. J.O on July 17th, 2010 12:29 pm

      It’s common knowledge amongst the university crowd in Bangkok where he used to study and also in the area he lived …

    39. Frederic Nitz on July 17th, 2010 1:11 pm

      Very believable but I hadn’t heard that before.

    40. J.O on July 17th, 2010 4:09 pm

      He was living above his means here in Bangkok, renting a large house and trying to act like he had the cash. But he bit off more than he could chew with the loanshark and her buddies.. He was genuinely scared.. Lol. They should have taught him a lesson I think !

    41. Frederic Nitz on July 17th, 2010 11:46 pm

      Maybe they did.

    42. maia on July 20th, 2010 11:44 am

      Old news.. he was caught on dutch (undercover) tv in thailand even.
      Them girls are probably working in red light district in amsterdam. (like 100′s of girls from poland, rusia, asia)

      Here in Holland Joran didnt had a thing, he was living in a little house, poorly decorated and not at all living above it all..

      im pretty sure he didnt kill Stephany, probably he was again a huge part of it but why the explosion of peruvian media attention? no date of death on Steph’s stone, no proper objectif info concerning her death.. and what about her being a lesbian in her ‘coming out’? (daddy wouldnt aprove)

      the girl visiting Joran in prison is his red line to the outside, she is not going there for fun tho..

    43. Frederic Nitz on July 20th, 2010 6:42 pm

      So Maia, your explanation must then be that Stephany killed herself, because no one else went into his room.

      That makes a lot of sense (not). She dragged herself around the room, viciously beat herself up, broke her own neck and then strangled herself with Joran’s shirt.

      I seriously doubt it.

      And just how many times have you been the last person seen with somebody that turns up dead? I’ll bet less than 1% of the people on this planet could lay claim to that one, let alone twice.

      And if you can lay claim to that, you should be locked up too.

    44. Frederic Nitz on July 20th, 2010 6:52 pm

      Oh yeah, and Joran didn’t steal her cash, credit cards, ID and car, even though he said he did. He didn’t try to disguise himself and he didn’t flee to Chili hoping for extradition to Holland. And he didn’t confess to the taxi driver that he killed somebody. And he didn’t throw away his SIM card. I would guess almost everybody has done all of that that at one point or another in their lives.

      His confession contains so many details that only the killer could have known. Remember he gave his confession without going through the re-enactment so the police and hotel staff are the only ones to have seen the room besides him.

      I seriously hope you don’t believe any of this fantasy. If you do, you need help.

    45. Roxy on August 11th, 2010 10:47 am


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      [...] then Alabama teen, Aruba drags its feet and Joran van der Sloot continues on his life of crime. From human trafficking in Thailand, to admissions of killing Natalee and dumping her in the ocean, to extorting the Holloway’s [...]

    47. Leastman on July 18th, 2011 10:33 pm

      Read “Portrait of a Monster.” Then comment!

    48. Leastman on July 18th, 2011 10:44 pm

      I have followed from day one re: Natalee from many news sources.

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