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    I think that he thinks he would go back to Aruba and be in prison there for the death of NH, but that isn't going to happen. He will have his "trial" in Peru and will go to prison there in Peru. They (Peru) don't care what he did in Aruba, they say they know what he did in Peru and will stand trial in Peru for the murder of Flores. He is a very sick person. I just hope that the Holloway's get some closure for Nataliee. I don't know if he will ever tell the truth about that murder.
    Again, this is just my opinion.
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    I thought Joran was banned from Aruba. I missed him by a few weeks thankfully. I'm so glad he's off the streets. My mom always told me not to go anywhere with a stranger, and a male friend told me a long time ago to never go with anyone you meet in a casino because many criminals and con artists can be found at places like that, men just waiting to prey on women. He also told me that if I were to win big, to have casino security walk me to my car and make sure no one is following. Also, women need to watch over their drinks and cover the top if they're not looking at it. I don't mind having a few boundaries and rules for safety's sake. So sad, whatever happened to Natalee. I'm blown away by what happened to Stephany. This was literally overkill that I'll never comprehend.

    I left June 3rd, late afternoon, and never saw anything about Joran on my hotel t.v. Didn't hear about it until I got on the plane. Glad to hear the search is back on for Natalee.

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    I just read an article that said Joran told the Chile investigators a different account of what happened.

    2 intruders were in the room-1 had a knife-1 a gun-they are the ones that killed Stephany.

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    What does he think he's up to?????



    Report: Dutchman Offers Holloway Details for Move

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    (June 13) -- Charged with murder and fearing for his life in an overcrowded Peruvian prison, Joran van der Sloot reportedly wants to make a deal: He says he'll lead Aruban officials to Natalee Holloway's remains if he gets a transfer to a prison in the Caribbean island.

    According to Radio Netherlands Worldwide, 22-year-old van der Sloot is claiming he will discuss the location of Holloway's body with Aruban officials only if he is sent back to Aruba, where he was twice arrested but never charged in the 2005 disappearance of the Alabama teen.
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    Police in Peru say Joran van der Sloot confessed to the May 30 killing of a 21-year-old Peruvian woman in his Lima hotel room. Van der Sloot has long been a suspect in the disappearance of Alabama teen Natalee Holloway in 2005. Here, Chilean police escort him out of a police station to be flown back to Peru on June 4.

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    2 Cases, 1 Suspect
    Police in Peru say Joran van der Sloot confessed to the May 30 killing of a 21-year-old Peruvian woman in his Lima hotel room. Van der Sloot has long been a suspect in the disappearance of Alabama teen Natalee Holloway in 2005. Here, Chilean police escort him out of a police station to be flown back to Peru on June 4.
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    According to Peru's El Comercio newspaper, van der Sloot, who authorities say confessed to the murder of Peruvian business student Stephany Flores, 21, is scared he won't survive in Lima's Miguel Castro Castro prison.

    "I don't want to be imprisoned in Peru," he told police. "I am afraid I will be killed."

    Though isolated from an estimated 2,300 fellow prisoners, van der Sloot's fears have reportedly prompted him to offer to come clean about the Holloway case.

    "He let slip that he knew the place where this person was buried," Peru's chief of criminal police, Gen. Cesar Guardia, told The Associated Press.

    But officials are unsure if van der Sloot is telling the truth based on dubious claims he has made in the past. He has made previous attempts to sell information about Holloway's disappearance and was recently nabbed in an FBI sting allegedly trying to extort money from the Holloway family.

    In the FBI sting, van der Sloot was secretly videotaped at an Aruba hotel talking to a lawyer for Holloway's mother, saying the girl died after he pushed her and she fell backward, hitting her head on a rock, according to an FBI affidavit excerpted by the AP. He said his late father, who was a judge in Aruba, helped him bury Holloway's body in the foundation of a house, but no body was found there. Later, van der Sloot admitted in an email that his account was a lie.

    The FBI has come under fire for baiting van der Sloot with $25,000 that may have funded his trip to South America.

    Van der Sloot's attorneys now say the Dutchman's confession in Flores' murder was coerced. According to a police report obtained by the AP, police who arrested him in Chile and quickly extradited him to Peru after Flores' death on May 30 said van der Sloot claimed an unidentified robber beat Flores to death in his hotel room.

    "A man came out of the bathroom blocking the access door with a knife in his hand. On the bed was another man with a gun," the report quotes him as saying. "The man with the knife said to be quiet, but Stephany began talking in a loud voice and he hit her in the face, making her nose bleed."

    In his previous confession, Peruvian authorities said van der Sloot admitted to beating Flores and breaking her neck after finding her searching his laptop about his past ties to the Holloway case. Van der Sloot said he met Flores while playing poker at a casino.

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    Yes he wants to go back to Aruba, why wouldn't he--he got off on the Holloway case 2 times, he would find a way out--in Peru he can't. I sure hope they keep him in Peru, but I do hope they find Natalee's body for the family's sake. This guy is crazy! Now he is afraid for his life, does he ever think what these other 2 girls went thru AND their families?!
    I was in Aruba when the story about Peru hit the news, and the people that live in Aruba, that I talked to, were so happy, they want that dark cloud that has been over Aruba to go away. They hope they put him away for good. I hope he doesn't get off this time.
    I really don't think he will last long in the prison in Peru, someone will get to him.
    Again, this is my opinion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LynnB. View Post
    I just read an article that said Joran told the Chile investigators a different account of what happened.

    2 intruders were in the room-1 had a knife-1 a gun-they are the ones that killed Stephany.

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    ^^Here's a link with that van der sloot claim:

    ...Van der Sloot's attorneys now say the Dutchman's confession in Flores' murder was coerced. According to a police report obtained by the AP, police who arrested him in Chile and quickly extradited him to Peru after Flores' death on May 30 said van der Sloot claimed an unidentified robber beat Flores to death in his hotel room.

    "A man came out of the bathroom blocking the access door with a knife in his hand. On the bed was another man with a gun," the report quotes him as saying. "The man with the knife said to be quiet, but Stephany began talking in a loud voice and he hit her in the face, making her nose bleed."...
    http://www.aolnews.com/crime/article...son%2F19514386
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    LIMA, Peru Joran van der Sloot told police in Chile that it was an unidentified robber who beat a young woman to death in his hotel room, a killing for which the Dutchman has been charged with murder in Peru.
    Peruvian police say Van der Sloot, long suspected in the 2005 disappearance of U.S. teen Natalee Holloway, has confessed to killing 21-year-old business student Stephany Flores on May 30 after they met playing poker.
    But according to a Chilean police report obtained by The Associated Press through Peruvian authorities late Saturday, Van der Sloot gave a different account of events while in custody in neighboring Chile, where he was captured after the killing and quickly extradited.
    In the version offered to Chilean investigators, Van der Sloot said he and Flores were surprised in the early morning by two robbers in an apparent assault.
    "A man came out of the bathroom blocking the access door with a knife in his hand. On the bed was another man with a gun," the Spanish-language report quotes him as saying. "The man with the knife said to be quiet, but Stephany began talking in a loud voice and he hit her in the face, making her nose bleed."
    It also says Van der Sloot told Chilean agents that the previous day, he and Flores had been extorted by apparent police officers who demanded $4,000 and a wristwatch he brought from Thailand.
    Chilean police told their Peruvian colleagues that the 22-year-old Dutchman responded in English to their questioning but refused to sign a declaration after learning he would be expelled to Peru.
    On Friday, a Peruvian judge ordered Van der Sloot jailed on first-degree murder and robbery charges.
    Police in Peru say he confessed to beating Flores to death after she learned details of the Holloway case from his laptop. He allegedly broke her nose, strangled her, threw her to the floor, then emptied her wallet and drove away in her SUV, said Gen. Cesar Guardia, chief of the criminal police. He then traveled south to Chile by bus.
    If convicted on the murder and robbery charges, Van der Sloot could get 15 to 35 years in prison.
    Van der Sloot's newly hired Peruvian attorney, Maximo Altez, has asked the judge to declare his

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    Quote Originally Posted by corona View Post
    ^^Here's a link with that van der sloot claim:



    http://www.aolnews.com/crime/article...son%2F19514386
    Don't you think they would have THAT on video, if they have van der sloot and the girl going in, him leaving, returning, and leaving for the final time?! Oh and leaving so nonchalantly?! If guys were trying to kill you and did kill a girl in your room wouldn't you call police?! I read that on a different site and I didn't believe it for a second!

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    I'm with you sunnysmiles - I don't believe it

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