"Giordano continues to serve out his 60-day detention, which expires October 31. At that point, he’ll be back in court. Prosecutors then will either charge Giordano criminally, or request a final detention extension for 30 more days. The judge at that hearing will again have the option of setting Giordano free."
The Aruba prosecutors are awaiting the results from the Netherlands of handwriting analysis on the insurance policies which Giordano took out on Gardner. It is important for us as Americans to remember that the judicial system in Aruba is different than here in the states. The judge can be shown evidence in private which can then be used to grant these extensions.