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    Holloway Suspect's Peru Detention Extended
    "...If tried and convicted of murder, van der Sloot faces a potential prison term of 35 years. ..."

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    Robbery possible motive murder suspect Joran
    5 Jun, 2010, 08:04 (GMT -04:00)

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    ORANJESTAD — Robbery is possibly the motive for the murder of the 21-year old Peruvian Stephany Tatiana Flores Ramirez last Sunday. The police did not find the necklace and jewelry on the victim’s body although she had always worn these. Moreover, approximately 1,000 dollars were missing from her wallet, money that she had received from her father to purchase a laptop.
    The Peruvian newspaper El Comercio reported the aforementioned. The newspaper bases this on statements from Ricardo Flores, the father of the murdered girl. CNN reports that the murder weapon had been a baseball bat. According to the news broadcasting station, the weapon was found in the hotel room where Flores had been murdered.
    Denial
    During an interrogation by the Chilean authorities yesterday, main suspect Joran van der Sloot denied he was involved with the murder of the young Peruvian. Nevertheless, he admitted he had known Flores. Fernando Ovalle of the Chilean national criminal investigation department announced this on television. In Chili, Joran received a visit from the Dutch Embassy. In an interview, Johan van der Werff ambassador in Chili, said that Joran had made a calm impression. “He was very calm. He did not have any specific request for further assistance at that moment.” The embassy will provide Joran with consular assistance. Amongst others, that means he will receive 30 euros per month for small expenditures in the prison and that contact will be held with his family. The Chilean authorities had handed him over to the Peruvian police yesterday.
    Exchange
    According to reports, Joran could remain in custody for three years. Subsequently, a 25-year imprisonment is hanging over his head. The chance that he could serve his time in the Netherlands is estimated to be nearly zero, according to the Dutch press.
    For more than one year, the Netherlands and Peru are negotiating a so-called WOTS-treaty (Law handing over the execution of criminal decisions) that regulates the exchange of prisoners. The Netherlands has already approved the current text, but Peru has not to-date, according to a spokesperson of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs before the ANP on Friday. A WOTS-treaty regulates that if the prisoner desires and both countries agree, a sentence or a part thereof could be served in the land of origin.

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    The prisons in Peru are described as ‘one of the worst in the world’. After care and rehabilitation in the Netherlands writes: “In practice, the situation is most prisons leave a lot to be desired. The food is poor to reasonable, so that one must buy extra food. In some prisons, one could rent a cell and in other prisons, one could purchase a cell. After the imprisonment, the latter may be sold again.” In general, the quality of the medical care in the prison is bad, according to the after care and rehabilitation Netherlands. “The overpopulation in the often centuries-old buildings generally leads to poor hygienic circumstances. Tuberculosis, hepatitis and other infectious deceases often occur.”

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    The prisons in Peru are described as ‘one of the worst in the world’. After care and rehabilitation in the Netherlands writes: “In practice, the situation is most prisons leave a lot to be desired. The food is poor to reasonable, so that one must buy extra food. In some prisons, one could rent a cell and in other prisons, one could purchase a cell. After the imprisonment, the latter may be sold again.” In general, the quality of the medical care in the prison is bad, according to the after care and rehabilitation Netherlands. “The overpopulation in the often centuries-old buildings generally leads to poor hygienic circumstances. Tuberculosis, hepatitis and other infectious deceases often occur.”


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    Van der Sloot confesses to murder


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    Confession!

    Good morning,

    I saw on the news this morning that Joran Van der Sloot has confessed to the murder of the young woman found dead in a hotel room in Peru.

    Justice may be slow, and doesn't always come in the form we would like, it finds them, eventually.

    Glenn
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    http://www.upi.com/Top_News/Internat...2541275915241/

    "LIMA, June 7 (UPI) -- Security surrounding Dutch homicide suspect Joran van der Sloot tightened after prison guards learned of a possible suicide attempt, Peruvian officials said..."
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    per the rules and guidelines of the forum this thread has been moved to "off topic"
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    It doesn't surprise me that he would take the easy way out and kill himself. I am like Andrea, I do feel sorry not only for all the family members but also his mother.
    I just wonder if there were any others? What a sick person he is.
    I pray for the families.....so so sad!

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