Peruvian Appeals Panel Considers Joran van der Sloot’s Murder Confession of Stefany Flores


Joran Van der Sloot, You are not in Aruba anymore …

Let’s hope JUSTICE in Peru is not the same as in Aruba … when a criminal confesses, it is a confession! Not in Aruba, when a criminal confesses, they let him go.


Suspected murderer Joran Van der Sloot and his attorney continue their smoke and mirror legal games as they have appealed the appeal to throw out the “little Dutch” boy’s confession. A panel of Peruvian judges is reviewing Van der Sloot’s original appeal to have his confession upheld.

A panel of Peruvian judges is considering whether to uphold the confession of Joran van der Sloot, who is accused of killing a 21-year-old woman.

The three-judge appellate panel is expected to hand down a decision in about a week.

“We believe we did a good job demonstrating that there wasn’t an official translator and that his attorney (at the time of the confession) did not have a document accrediting her as his attorney,” van der Sloot’s attorney, Maximo Altez Navarro, told In Session on Friday.

Joran Van der Sloot confessed to the murder of 21 year old Stephany Flores; however, once again this sociopath is trying to play the “Natalee Holloway” card and claim that he was coerced, his rights were violated, he lied and his confession should not count against him in his first degree murder trial. Van der Sloot also claimed that his lap top was illegally searched.  Really Joran, wasn’t it you who brought your lap top into play when you stated that Stephany Flores was on it doing searches against your wishes? Wasn’t that what infuriated you and why you killed her? It would seem that you introduced your laptop into evidence.  Joran Van der Sloot is once again the victim.

Van der Sloot already lost his first appeal to have his confession thrown out and there should be no reason why this appeal review by the Peruvian judges should be any different. Joran Van der Sloot has already been provided with one gift in life by the Aruban justice system and a get out of jail free card with regards to the death and disappearance of Natalee Holloway. In Peru, there will be no repeat performance.

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    57 Responses to “Peruvian Appeals Panel Considers Joran van der Sloot’s Murder Confession of Stefany Flores”

    1. Lisa in Maryland on August 22nd, 2010 1:33 pm

      No Get out of Jail Free Card this time!

      I’m not saying our legal system is perfect but no way would his lies fly here nor would the alleged coercion of his confession. After they read your Miranda Rights everything you say can and will be used against you!

      These appeals are a bunch of BS and the Peruvian govt. shouldn’t be wasting their time. Anita lies that she’s broke (Who is paying for these appeals??)

      Why does this little shit get away with twisting it to where it’s always about him? Natalee and Stephanie deserve justice!

      I would like to know about the DNA report? When is Aruba going to interview him? Early media reports said a baseball bat was used in the Stephanie Flores Murder. Was that ever confirmed?

      Come on Peru ~ let’s get the Party Started ~ we’ve waited long enough!


      CVC I saw the A and E special on Joran and think they did a great job at fair reporting on the case. I was surprised to see his ex- girlfriend Aileen Hibbard. Where did she come from? I had heard of Melody Granadillo but not of Aileen. Didn’t find anything on a search. This poor girl actually believes he is innocent. Where do these people come from?? Aruba of cource!

    2. Susan on August 22nd, 2010 2:38 pm

      Just the thought of a Peruvian Appeals Panel actually considering Urine van der Slut’s confession anything else other than the truth makes me cringe, but I guess the panel of judges are doing their job, as well as van der Slut’s attorney. It’s van der Slut’s attorney’s job to do everything in his power to prevent him from being convicted, even though we all know van der Slut killed Stefany, and there’s all kinds of evidence (this time) proving van der Slut is GUILTY AS HELL (just like in Aruba)!! I wouldn’t won’t to be in van der Slut’s attorney’s shoes. Let’s just hope the panel of judges don’t screw things up royally, like the judges in Aruba did, and set the son of a bitch free!! If that were to ever happen, hopefully Peru will hand van der Slut over to the US and van der Slut will meet his maker in an Alabama prison :-) I know I’ve stated I don’t want van der Slut in Alabama, but if he is set free in Peru, I’ll be more than happy to see my tax dollars go towards his room and board ;-)

    3. A Texas Grandfather on August 22nd, 2010 6:10 pm

      I don’t think this piece of human garbage will be allowed to get away with murder in Peru. Remember that Stephanie was the daughter of a very prominent family.

      Although her father has been very quiet,there is more than likley a lot of pressure being placed on the justice system to NOT let him get a pass.

      I would like to see the criminal justic system in Peru take Joran apart piece by piece until he confesses what happened to Natalee and who was involved in the cover up in Aruba.

    4. on August 22nd, 2010 10:13 pm

      ah come one – even should they throw Joran’s confession out (and they won’t), the murderer won’t get off – there’s too much other evidence!

      Did the real murderer sneak in when Joran pretended to lock himself out and went and got the clerk? How? Slide through a crack in invisible mode? And then the real murderer handed Joran Stephany’s keys, ID and money? Nah, even Aruba would have trouble stretching a story for this one.

    5. barbreee on August 22nd, 2010 10:33 pm

      At least he has already been in jail for a couple of months, getting a head start on incarceration for the rest of his life. Justice is not always ideal, we’ll take what we can get.

    6. james on August 23rd, 2010 12:44 am

      if this scumbag gets out of Peru then he must be the queens bastard son.if he gets to US it will be in a federal prison,a pieace of cake compaired to PERU. my friend did 18 months fed time in montgomery and they told him to bring his tennis racket!! please let him rot in Peru!!!

    7. Greg the Mongoose on August 23rd, 2010 6:58 am

      I wonder when Joran will be placed into general population? After he is convicted?

    8. super dave on August 23rd, 2010 7:15 am

      somebody has a lot if money to be able to force a country to re-evaluate it’s indictment of a murderer. i hope her father pushes his weight around in peru and gets this decision changed. or, maybe he could just spend ten dollars and get justice from a prisoner.

    9. on August 23rd, 2010 8:28 am

      #8 Super Dave: They aren’t re-evaluating the indictment for murder – merely looking at the use of Joran’s confession since Joran now claims that it was forced. I’m not one bit worried. As I said, there’s plenty of evidence even if they throw out the confession (which I don’t believe they will – I think they are just dotting an i).

    10. brie. on August 23rd, 2010 8:52 am

      Oh, let’s get on with it…….no ? as to whom the murderer is…move on with the trial, sentence him and put him in the general population…..the judges have already got a confession, Joran is trying to pull the same stunt he did in Aruba by saying he was lying. No more appeals, his attorney has already been told no on the first appeal.

      Joran is trying to create another smoke screen and lie hoping someone will buy his ongoing story.

    11. Lisa in Maryland on August 23rd, 2010 9:04 am

      I just wish they would finish dotting the i’s and crossing the t’s and get on with it. This twerp is just given too much latitude and privilege in the legal system. Privilege that his victims have never received. It makes me ill!

    12. Ben on August 23rd, 2010 10:25 am

      I see no problem in Joran and his lawyers exhausting every possible appeal possibility, it’s their right to do so.

      Justice must be done but in a proper way.

    13. nurturer69 on August 23rd, 2010 10:57 am

      That boy’s stayin’.

    14. Steve Holloway on August 23rd, 2010 12:18 pm

      Just stop and think for a minute. Right or wrong the father of Stefany has a lot of pull in his country. (I do not know him so I am just thinking out loud. I am just using logical thinking.) He will pull on the strings that will make this happen if he has too.

      An idea that could come from Joran is to plea against the Kalpo brothers for a reduced sentence and possible tell all that happen with Natalee. Of course their would have to be evidence to back this up.

      No matter what happens his goose is cooked.

      Joran’s life is a prime example of how important it is to raise up our children in the ways of our Lord Jesus Christ.

    15. jodyo on August 23rd, 2010 12:47 pm

      I’m not certain what vdS or his attorney hope to accomplish by appealing his confession, etc. His lawyer says the object is to “paralyze” the legal system. While things grind to a halt and all their various objections are considered by the Peruvian Appeals Courts, vdS sits in a cell serving time regardless of the outcome of the appeals or the eventual trial. Even if he were to win some of his appeals, doesn’t this just add more time to the sentence that he will eventually serve once he is tried? The only advantage I can see to their delay of the trial is that he is in a kind of protective custody until the verdict comes down and he goes into the regular prison population where he will be in danger.

    16. Frederic Nitz on August 23rd, 2010 12:53 pm

      Remember the average trial in Peru takes two years. It has only been three months.

      JVDS is in solitary to make sure the trial actually happens.

      Whether convicted or not, he will be immediately turned over to US Feds to stand trial for the extortion charges. Peru may resist this but would probably co-operate with the US. Law enforcement and the courts do not like to let people off the hook for statute of limitations issues.

      Then he will have to serve his sentences consecutively, if any.

    17. NGBoston on August 23rd, 2010 4:10 pm

      Finally, Anita VDS has come to her senses and cut him off. No more proclaiming his innocence. She will not pay for any of his legal defense, if and when the time ever comes that he finally makes it to trial. The only reason he lives now is because he is being kept in protective custody in isolation. As the time draws near, Americans can only hope and pray he finally tells authorities where he put Natalee Holloway’s remains. Somehow, don’t think he will ever be truthful about that.

      Joran Van Der Sloot is a Dead Man Walking.

      Justice for Natalee and Stephany !

      Viva Peru

    18. Minnie Penney on August 23rd, 2010 4:37 pm

      Federal prisons are rather nice, actually. Ask G.Gordon Liddy.

    19. Susan on August 23rd, 2010 6:01 pm

      Legal Maneuvering in van der Sloot’s Peru case (UPDATED)

      Last Update: 11:33 am

      Birmingham, Al (WIAT) Is Joran van der Sloot a psychopathic killer of young women….a beleaguered victim of circumstance….an amazing legal escape artist…or some combination? The question is increasingly relevant as he appeals a murder confession in Peru.

      He’s in a Peruvian prison accused of murdering 21 year old Stephany Flores. He’s considered the prime suspect in the 2005 disappearance of Mountain Brook teenager Natalee Holloway in Aruba. Police in Thailand are reportedly investigating his ties to a sex slave plot in that country.

      Yet he’s never been convicted of any of those crimes.

      Although police in Aruba questioned him several times in Holloway’s disappearance on a graduation trip to the island…and although she was last seen with van der Sloot…he was never charged with a crime there.

      His situation is Peru is murkier. Police there have a variety of evidence. Flores’ corpse was found in his Lima hotel room. Security cameras show the two of them entering the room and him leaving without her. There is reportedly forensic evidence from the room. And Peruvian investigators say he confessed to killing Flores after she found material relating to Natalee Holloway on his laptop.

      It’s not van der Sloot’s first confession….he’s confessed…and recanted…several times regarding Natalee. A Peruvian judge rejected van der Sloot’s initial appeal that his Flores confession was coerced, that he had improper legal representation and didn’t have a proper translator present.

      A three judge panel is currently considering an appeal of that effort to throw out the confession.

      Now, the website is citing Peruvian TV station Panamericana Television as saying the legal process against van der Sloot has “ground to a halt.”

      Lawyer Máximo Altez told the programme the case is stagnating because no official interpreter can be found.

      Panamericana Televisión showed a letter from the Peruvian association of translators and interpreters which said it has no one who can translate from Spanish into Dutch. It also showed a letter from the Dutch embassy in which it says it has no official interpreter available.

      The Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf quoted the Dutch Foreign Ministry as saying it provides lists of qualified interpreters in every country but does not, itself, provide interpreters.

      UPDATE: Radio Netherlands Worldwide offers a bit more information in an article titled Joran van der Sloot trial grinds to a halt: “A representative for the Netherlands’ Foreign Ministry said in a response on Sunday evening that its embassies always provide lists of lawyers and recognised translators, from which Dutch citizens accused of a crime aboard can choose. Reliable lists are always available. The embassies themselves, said the representative, do not provide translators.”

    20. Lisa in Maryland on August 23rd, 2010 6:40 pm

      I guess my previous comments may seem a little premature, I’m impatient and I disregard any justice on Jorans part, he doesn’t deserve it. Of course that is simply my opinion. I do believe in justice, just not for him. This stems of course from my well known “anger issues” over the lack of justice afforded Natalee and Stephanie.

      NGBoston, Anita must be paying for his legal defense. Who else would? He has no money! She’s a liar! If she wasn’t paying for his legal defense he would have to have settled for the legal counsel they originally appointed him, you know, the one he is using to say that he didn’t have proper legal counsel during his allegedly coerced confession.

      Does anyone really know how time served in Peru works?

      I suppose the longer he stays in prison alive it provides us with an extra minute, hour or day of HOPE that he will turn and give the information we seek. I personally believe that Paulus and Jan Van der Stratten disposed of Natalee and did not give Joran any information on how or where so he could never tell. Paulus knew his son. It would take more brains then Joran and the Kalpoe brothers had at that age to make sure Natalee wouldn’t be found.

      Maybe that is why Joran has made up so many confessions with different scenarios because he wonders constantly. I just cannot imagine how someone could kill another human being and it not eat at their mind every minute.

    21. ayfit on August 23rd, 2010 8:54 pm

      Saw a documentary on Dateline ID today. I would lable it The Truth About Aruba and Natalee Holloway. Very well done. Not sugar coated the way the movie was on Lifetime. I encourage parents gather their teens and watch this program. For a complete understanding of what really happened. Aruba one corrupt resort.

    22. USS Yorktown on August 23rd, 2010 11:33 pm

      Joran van der Sloot has to contend with Thailand and their prisons are just as bad as Peru. Joran certainly is really hated worldwide alongside with Osama bin Laden, South Hadley 6, Lori Drew, Fred Phelps, and Jeremiah Wright.

    23. on August 23rd, 2010 11:33 pm

      #18 G. Gordan Liddy didn’t commit murder. His crime was a white collar crime. We have a “big house” here in KS and it’s not billed as “rather nice”. Though, I’m sure it’s better than any Peruvian prison. Sorry, but I think countries like Peru have it right on how to treat those that have menaced society.

    24. super dave on August 24th, 2010 7:04 am

      it puzzles me how law enforcement in these countries would let this elementary psycho brat lie his way to freedom.
      this boy plays the system like a violin. he has been doing his homework on how to murder and get away with it.
      if peru lets this POS monster free, he will kill again almost immediately. i say give one of the prisoners in the peru prison a few bucks and get some justice for the parents.

    25. Joran vander sloot on August 24th, 2010 7:17 am

      I am guilty. I need to pay for my crimes. Please help me stay in Jail. I need to do penance for killing stephanie and natalee.

    26. Dolf on August 24th, 2010 7:26 am

      well as long as he doesn’t come back to NL.

      because our jails are resorts compared to the ones abroad.

    27. krieton on August 24th, 2010 5:40 pm

      I hope all charges against joran vandersloot in peru are dropped.that would clear the way for his arrival to the U.S.A……YAHOO…JORAN VANDERSLOOT…COME ON DOWN.

    28. Maggie on August 24th, 2010 5:46 pm

      Joran van der sloot is not gonna walk away from prison in peru.. No way are they gonna turn him loose.. I agree with the comment above, his lawyers have to try all of this and ..let them.. Or else if it is like the USA.. later he can claim he didn’t have proper representation..

      Sloots aren’t the only creeps in this story.. the Kalpoes are too.. Satish always stays hidden.. Deepak was the one who said him, Paulus, Joran, Satish and family sat around and thought up a story to frame 2 black men for what happened to Natalee..before it was even public knowledge she was gone.. He went on to call Natalee a slut..looked and acted like one.. This is a “guy” who claims she has sex with noone that night yet she is a slut? go figure.. He also said that Natalee put her hands down his pants to throw off an investigation, before there was one.. Now they either know or they should be on the psychic network.. Now they want to sue someone for ruining their reputation.. give us a break..! They make me sick too..

    29. Lisa in Maryland on August 24th, 2010 6:25 pm

      Joran won’t walk away from prison in Peru but it really sickens me to sit here and watch him play tidly winks with the legal system.

      Yes, Maggie the Kalpoes are creeps and Karma will catch up with them too. What comes around goes around!

      I can’t wait for them to deni this appeal!

    30. Lisa in Maryland on August 25th, 2010 7:49 am

      To add fuel to the fire they have now taken jail house photos of Joran along with three other suspected killers! The notoriety and celebrity of it all – A sociopath’s dream! You would think he was poising for a damn reality tv promo. TOTALLY DISGUSTING!

    31. Frederic Nitz on August 25th, 2010 9:00 am

      Actually Lisa, it was two other killers. The fourth person is probably a guard.

    32. krieton on August 25th, 2010 9:18 am

      post that web address it says Prison officials say his jailers face disciplinary action over the photo.being disiplined for the photo.not for letting them hang out and party it up with pizzas and burgers.apparently that was o.k.but taking a photo of it and letting the public know,well heads are gonna roll.Nice thought process

    33. Lisa in Maryland on August 25th, 2010 4:14 pm

      Thanks for the correction Frederic, I kept wondering why that guy’s face was blurred out! That’s what I get for typing before I’ve finished that first cup in the morning! But really, is this insane or what! I guess the guards were making money and collecting tropy photos.

      Krieton, doesn’t it just make you sick seeing that little shit smile for the camera?

      Say Cheese – I think I would rather see a picture of the pet rat!

    34. brie. on August 25th, 2010 4:54 pm

      Joran wasn’t the only picture being taken. How did this happen, aren’t they monitored in the recreation room, is that a guard in the picture that’s blurred. The other criminals were in Joran’s cell block and now have been removed.

      How horrible for Stephanie’s family to view. I wonder who released this photo.

    35. Lisa in Maryland on August 26th, 2010 8:19 am

      It is unbelievable how much mental battery, abuse and humiliation the families of his victims have to endure. As if the original loss was not enough! And yet, the punches just keep rolling in. May God give them the strength, tolerance and patience to see them through. May God deliver them from this evil.

      Justice for Natalee and Stephanie!

    36. Frederic Nitz on August 26th, 2010 8:27 am

      Lisa, the nearest Starbucks is probably just down the street :)

      This IS insane but for Joran, the best is yet to come.

      I hope he gets into revealing discussions with his murdering pals regarding Natalee. They would turn on a dime.

    37. Lisa in Maryland on August 26th, 2010 1:19 pm

      Oh Yes, Fredrick They should stick them back in there and and serve them coffe and tea laced with truth serum. If they can pull an “Oops”, we shouldn’t have taken that picture how about them pulling an “Oops” how did that truth serum get in there? At least something good might come of it rather than seeing news articles with his ugly face looking like he’s the life of the party and thinking wait till my friends back home see this one! SICK, SICK, SICK!

    38. Lisa in Maryland on August 26th, 2010 1:43 pm

      That brings something to mind that I just don’t understand about our youth today – Why do they all want to be gangsters?? Why do they think the gangsters are the heroes?? I just don’t get it!!

      Just look at this situation alone how many people have been infected by Joran not taking responsibility. Thinking it’s so Cool to be Bad. It’s like a disease causing the oceans of tears that have been shed and all of the sorrow and broken hearts of family and friends.

      Those two young women and there families deserve so much more than they have gotten from this life.

      I wish so strongly each day that Natalee will be found.

    39. Becky Pfeiffer on August 27th, 2010 7:25 pm

      The “Bruhaha” isn’t over the picture. They are making statements that they are pissed because their “equipment”, camera, etc.. was used to do this. Ridiculous. The truth is, that they look like the idiots they are, only in public, and are embarrassed.

    40. Lisa in Maryland on August 28th, 2010 9:08 pm

      Not only is this the stuff that sociopaths just love “the noterity and lime light” but Stupid idiotic blunders like these are the things that will end up getting Joran out scott free! Needless to say he won’t last 10 minutes on the streets of Peru but we don’t want to see him walking out of Castro Castro unless he’s on his way to Lurigancho.

    41. Frederic Nitz on August 29th, 2010 4:22 am

      Of course, if he walks in Peru, which I think is extremely unlikely, he will still have the US Feds to deal with.

      I wouldn’t want to be in his shoes. He has a lifetime of misery (and incarceration) in his future.

      He knows it and it’s why he’s not smiling. Anita must be really proud.

    42. Minnie Penney on August 31st, 2010 12:29 pm

      What will the U.S. prosecute him for – I think extortion – but is there anything else we can get him on?

    43. Minnie Penney on August 31st, 2010 1:14 pm

      I have been following Natalee’s case since the first week in June 2005 – I think it was on Nancy Grace – and I also watched Greta’s coverage – and the internet – I lived on Scared Monkeys. There were other sites, but they dropped off. Will we ever know what happened…..The FBI and the DFI were envolved trying to solve the case. I think daddy Sloot probably intervened and covered up whatever happened. I think Peter DeVries came the closest to solving the case. I wonder if he will do some more. I hope so, but after five years…. there is always hope, though.

    44. Frederic Nitz on September 1st, 2010 1:40 pm

      Only extortion. But that is not a simple crime, it will easily end up being 35 years.

    45. Lisa in Maryland on September 2nd, 2010 9:17 am

      Our Prison System in the US is way to lax and would be a cake walk for Joran. With all of her sons in the US Anita would probably move here too so she could visit them. They need to take care of him in Peru and be done with it.

      Regardless of how they rule on the confession in Peru – WHERE IS ALL THAT DNA EVIDENCE??? With that and the video evidence they have enough to convict.

      If they throw out the confession and don’t produce the DNA evidence what besides the video evidence do they have??? And is the video evidence really strong enough to convict??

      I’ve seen the videos and to me it is but, you never know, what if his lawyer manages to get that thrown out too. I mean this worm really knows how to play the system.

      I don’t understand why they are taking so long on this ruleing. And then they still have the international appeal to go for should they deny this appeal.

      It’s going to be a long, long time before this case goes to court. At least that little B-stard is off the streets and can’t hurt anyone else. No thanks to Aruba!

      Speaking of Aruba what are the Kalpoes up to? Are they working? Going to School? Are they even worried that Joran may turn on them?

    46. krieton on September 2nd, 2010 9:20 pm

      Re: Natalee Case Discussion #845 8/29/2010 –
      « Reply #217 on: September 02, 2010, 09:00:25 PM »..I see on the forum,some one named wreck made some comments about giudio.I hope every one knows his claim to fame.being found innocent of a crime because he’s a faggot.yes,apparently presenting yourself as a FAGGOT will clear you of any wrong doing in ARUBA.yes,thats right,his name is guidio weaver,the faggot,he’s from aruba

    47. Susan on September 3rd, 2010 6:43 pm

      Joran van der Sloot interviewed on Dutch TV

      Last Update: 4:33 pm

      Birmingham, Al (WIAT) Joran van der Sloot is still waiting to find out if a three judge panel will throw out his murder confession, but he’s been using some of that time to be interviewed by Dutch TV.

      According to Radio Netherlands Worldwide, van der Sloot has been interviewed by a Dutch crime reporter, John van den Heuvel, at the infamous high security Miguel Castro Castro prison in the Peruvian capital Lima.

      Van der Sloot has confessed to killing 21 year old Peruvian student Stephany Flores but is now waiting word on his appeal to have the confession thrown out claiming it was coerced, he didn’t have proper legal representation and he was not given a qualified interpreter.

      Flores body was found in van der Sloot’s Lima hotel room. In his confession he reportedly told police he killed Flores when she found material relating to Natalee Holloway on his laptop.

      Natalee Holloway is the Mountain Brook teen who disappeared on a graduation trip to Aruba. She was last seen with Joran van der Sloot who is still considered the prime suspect in her disappearance. That disappearance was five years to the day that Stephany Flores corpse was discovered in van der Sloot’s room.

      RNW says Mr van den Heuvel has also interviewed van der Sloot’s mother, Anita, who says she will not visit her son if he is convicted.

      “Joran speaks” will be broadcast by RTL television on Monday. The television station is not giving any details on the interview.

    48. Frederic Nitz on September 3rd, 2010 11:17 pm

      Interesting that Joran does not say he is innocent regarding Stephany, just that the confession was coerced.

      In the past with Natalee, he said he lied about the multiple confessions.

      Of course with his confession, they may throw out the part he signed but that does not invalidate his verbal comments.

    49. Lisa in Maryland on September 4th, 2010 3:26 am

      Well isn’t that just freakin great! Why oh Why do they feed his ego! And worst I’m sure by now Anita will not give interviews with out payment so she can pay for his defense.

    50. Frederic Nitz on September 4th, 2010 3:08 pm

      I think Peru is not going to reveal any more evidence until the trial. So DNA will have to wait.

      The photo was just some stupid jailer doing his thing.

      But Joran’s best days are yet to come. There is no way Peru will let him walk. I personally hope he is reading all of this.

    51. Lisa in Maryland on September 5th, 2010 2:07 pm

      He’ll say something stupid like she found out about Natalee and got angry and struck him then he went into a rage but it was self defence. That’s how this joker works. They will back that up with his psych-eval. That will be his defense if they deny his confession. I believe that will change the sentence from Murder to manslaughter. which of course doesn’t get him off but will reduce his sentence and then with time served (if they do that in Peru) that will further reduce his sentence. — this is if they buy it — I don’t think they will but, you just never know how these things are going to go.

    52. Frederic Nitz on September 6th, 2010 12:34 am

      The real problem for Joran is that he is running out of excuses.

      He’s trying what worked with Natalee but Peru is not buying it. And daddy is not there to protect his back.

      It’s going to be a long two years for him. After that he will be put into the GP. Then he’s only got about three minutes.

      The problem with the confession is that his verbal statements are video evidence as would be any coercion. He can deny all he wants but it’s recorded.

      Just like his stupid coffee ploy at the hotel.

    53. Susan on September 6th, 2010 8:17 am

      van der Sloot admits extortion

      Last Update: 6:09 am


      “I wanted to get back at Natalee’s family – her parents have been making my life tough for five years,” Birmingham, Al (WIAT) Joran van der Sloot says he promised information about Natalee Holloway to get back at her parents.

      That’s one of the revelations in an interview appearing tonight on the Dutch television channel RTL and previewed in the Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf.

      “I wanted to get back at Natalee’s family – her parents have been making my life tough for five years,” the paper quoted him as saying from prison in Peru. “When they offered to pay for the girl’s location, I thought: ‘Why not’?”
      Van der Sloot is the prime suspect in Natalee Holloway’s disappearance on the island of Aruba. The Mountain Brook teen was on a graduation trip and was last seen leaving a nightclub with van der Sloot. He has been questioned many times by Aruban police but never charged in her disappearance.

      He is under indictment here in Birmingham on federal charges of wire fraud and extortion. Federal officials say that in the sting earlier this year, Natalee’s mother sent $10,000 in cash to Van der Sloot through an FBI witness, and a wire transfer of $15,000 to Van der Sloot’s bank account in the Netherlands. He took the money and flew to Latin America.

      He was interviewed for de Telegraaf and RTL in his cell in Peru’s Castro Castro prison where he’s being held pending charged he killed Stephany Flores, a 21 year old student found dead in his Lima hotel room. Peruvian police say van der Sloot confessed to killing Flores when she found material relating to Natalee on his laptop.

      Van der Sloot is awaiting word on his second appeal to get that confession thrown out. He claims he was coerced, misled and didn’t have an adequate translator. A Peruvian judge dismissed his first appeal.

    54. Susan on September 6th, 2010 8:44 am

      What happened to the article I tried to post a few minutes ago in reference to Urine van der Slut admitting to extortion? Urine stated “I wanted to get back at Natalee’s family – her parents have been making my life tough for five years”. WTF does he think Natalee’s family’s life has been like since she disappeared???
      SM: Found it … posted

    55. Frederic Nitz on September 6th, 2010 2:30 pm

      Regarding extortion, what difference does it make what he says? He is on video and there is a wire transfer. Irrefutable evidence that he is guilty of extortion, no matter the reason.

      He can lie and retract all he wants. It really makes no difference.

      If it looks like the the Peruvian court is going to delay this past the US statute of limitations, Peru may permit extradition to the US before his trial in Peru. After that he will be returned to Peru for the murder trial.

    56. cheryl peterson on September 10th, 2010 11:00 pm

      wow! We all have to work together and get this man off the streets. It is obviously a sick pattern when grandma dies, both ladies are killed on same date. He is very sick and has a severe gambling problem and has no reguard for human life. Please everyone pray to have this spoiled rich boy offf the streets. we love our daughters and Natalie and Stephanie were someones beloved child and we have to help these parents get their justice. No more killing bly this psycho

    57. Frederic Nitz on September 11th, 2010 2:38 pm

      If he is let go on the streets of Peru or into the Castro Castro GP, he will not live for three minutes and he knows it.

      He will beg to be sent to the US under protective custody because he will in his own words, “fear for his life”.

      Good fear Joran.

      Personally, I wish Peru would turn him out to the GP right now. What are they waiting for? There is no real reason he should be held in solitary except that they know he will never make it to trial if they do.

      Too bad, so sad.

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