Joran Van der Sloot To Plead Guilty in Death of of Stephany Flores in Peru … To Plead Temporary Insanity
Little Dutch Boy looks to plead “temporary insanity”.
Joran Van der Sloot is supposed to plead guilty in the death of 21 year old Stephany Flores in Peru. According to his attorney, Joran Van der Slootacted in a fit of rage and will plead guilty of manslaughter. As per Peruvian law, manslaughter in a fit of rage carries a sentence of 3 to 5 years, rather than 30 years for murder. Van der Sloot’s attorney, Maximo Altez, stated that Joran will plead insanity. Van der Sloot will use the ”violent emotion”defense. What’s the matter Joran … the “Twinkie” defense did not apply?
PERU … DO NOT BE ANOTHER ARUBA! The only insanity in all of this would be if Peru accepted the plea.
Joran van der Sloot, the chief suspect in the disappearance of Natalee Holloway in Aruba, killed a young Peruvian woman in a “fit of rage” and therefore is guilty of manslaughter, not murder, his lawyer said Monday.
Radio Netherlands reported that van der Sloot’s Peruvian lawyer, Maximo Altez, would seek a reduced sentence in the death of Stephany Flores last May 30.
Under Peruvian law, manslaughter in a fit of rage carries a sentence of three to five years while a murder conviction can mean 25 years behind bars.
Once again, Joran Van der Sloot looks to evade justice, this time in the case of the death of Stephany Flores. Van der Sloot was the number one suspect in the disappearance of Natlalee Holloway in Aruba in 2005. He was never prosecuted in Aruba.
One attorney’s temporary insanity, is every one else’s sociopath. What a travesty of justice this would be for StephanyFlores and her family if Peru allowed this plea of convenience to take place. Flores was brutally murdered five years to the date that Natalee Holloway went missing. She was last seen getting into a car with Joran Van der Sloot and the Kalpoe brothers … she was never seen again.
Joran van der Sloot had already confessed to murdering Stephany Flores, then he retracted his confession and now he wants to plead to a lesser charge of manslaughter. UNREAL. Once again we are witness to Joran Van der Sloot playing games with the justice system and the family of a victim.
Joran van der Sloot is presently charged with 1st degree murder; however he and his legal mouth pice plan to use a defense, “violent emotion” plea, which as reported at AL.com is generally used in Peru during a crime of passion when a spouse murders their husband or wife. So we are supposed to believe that a “crime of passion” or “violent emotion” defense is applicable to an individual who just met another mere hours before the murder?
Altez said he filed papers three weeks ago informing prosecutors of his intent to argue that Van der Sloot became enraged and killed the 21-year-old Peruvian business student last May 30 because she had learned of his relation to Holloway by looking in his laptop.
The 23-year-old Dutchman is accused of first-degree murder, which carries a 15- to 35-year sentence on conviction.
Why should anyone give Joran Van der Sloot the benefit of the doubt? Temporary insanity? He’s crazy like a fox.