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Old 06-03-2010, 11:33 AM
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Arrested In Chile
Dutchman Jailed 5 Years Ago In Aruba Murder Of Natalee Holloway, Then Freed, Now Target of Interpol Warrant

CBS News Interactive: The Natalee Holloway Case

LIMA, Peru (CBS News) ―
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A picture of Dutch citizen Joran van Der Sloot, 23, is shown June 2, 2010 in Lima. Van Der Sloot was signaled as the main suspect in the murder of Peruvian woman Stephany Flores Ramirez, 21, found dead in his room at a local hotel today, after they were se Cris Bouroncle/AFP/Getty Images

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Officials in Peru were seeking Joran van der Sloot, the man linked to the disappearance of Natalee Holloway, in connection with the murder of Stephany Flores. A photo of Flores is shown as her father, Ricardo Flores, on TVO-Peru. www.tvo-peru.com

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Natalee Holloway, Alabama high school student who disappeared while on a graduation trip in Oranjestad, Aruba AP

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A young Dutchman previously arrested in the 2005 disappearance of Alabama teen Natalee Holloway has been detained in the weekend murder of a Peruvian woman, police said Thursday.

Joran van der Sloot was arrested for Sunday's killing of 21-year-old Stephany Flores in a Lima hotel, police chief Gen. Cesar Guardia told a news conference. He said the suspect crossed into Chile the next day by bus.

The Dutch government said Interpol issued an international arrest warrant for van der Sloot.

Guardia said the 22-year-old Dutchman, in Peru for a poker tournament, appears with the young woman in a video taken at a Lima casino early Sunday and the two were later seen entering the hotel by one of its employees.

The victim's father, circus empresario and former race car driver Ricardo Flores, says his daughter dropped off some girlfriends at 2:35 a.m. then apparently returned to the casino. She and van der Sloot were seen entering the hotel room about 5 a.m., said Guardia, and the Dutchman departed alone about four hours later.

"We have an interview with a worker at the hotel who says she saw this foreigner with the victim enter his room," said Guardia.

Stephany Flores' body was found face down on the hotel room floor on Wednesday, abrasions on her face and body, and signs of trauma, the police general said. He said she was clothed.

CBS News correspondent Jeff Glor reports the discovery of Flores' body came exactly five years - to the day - after Holloway disappeared in Aruba, a Dutch Caribbean island.

Asked if Flores had been asphyxiated, Guardia said he was awaiting autopsy results for the exact cause of death. According to some reports, Flores died of a blow to the head, says Glor.

"I would expect that the killer left behind hair, fibers, bodily fluids that would give rise to good DNA tests, so this should be a much easier case to solve," CBS News legal analyst Lisa Bloom predicted on "The Early Show".

Van der Sloot left Peru on Monday by land, Guardia said, his exit registered at the Santa Rosa border crossing. He had been staying at the hotel since May 14, having entered on a flight from Colombia, the police general added.

The victim's father is a 48-year-old former president of the Peruvian Automobile Club who won the "Caminos del Inca" rally in 1991 and brings circuses and foreign entertainers to Peru. He ran for vice president in 2001 and for president five years later on fringe tickets.

Interpol has issued an international arrest warrant for van der Sloot, Dutch Foreign Ministry spokesman Bengt van Loosdrecht told The Associated Press in The Netherlands.

He cited as his sources Peruvian police and the Dutch Embassy in Lima. The embassy's head of consular affairs, Angela Lowe, told the AP she could not comment on the case.

An attorney for van der Sloot in New York City, Joe Tacopina, said he did not know his client's whereabouts and has not been in touch with him since the Peru allegations emerged.

Tacopina cautioned against a rush to judgment.

"Joran van der Sloot has been falsely accused of murder once before. The fact is he wears a bull's-eye on his back now and he is a quote-unquote usual suspect when it comes to allegations of foul play," Tacopina said.

Van der Sloot was twice arrested but later released for lack of evidence in the 2005 disappearance of Holloway, who was on a high school graduation trip to the Caribbean island.

No trace of her has been found and van der Sloot remains the main suspect in the case, said Ann Angela, spokeswoman for the Aruba prosecutor's office.

"What's happening now is incredible," she said. "At this moment we don't have anything to do with it, but we are following the case with great interest and if Peruvian authorities would need us, we are here."

Van der Sloot's late father was a prominent judge in Aruba.

The mystery of Holloway's disappearance has garnered wide attention on television and in newspapers in Europe and the United States.

Two years ago, a Dutch television crime reporter captured hidden-camera footage of van der Sloot saying he was with Holloway when she collapsed on a beach, drunk.

He said believed she was dead and asked a friend to dump her body in the sea.

Judges subsequently refused to arrest van der Sloot on the basis of the tape.

A spokeswoman for Holloway's mother, Beth Twitty of Mountain Brook, Ala., told the AP the family was aware of the development in Peru but would have no comment.


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They caught the bastard. I was reading yesterday that this murder happens exactly 5 years from the day that Natalie Holloway was killed. Thats f-ed up! Kid is loaded with money and can't find anything better to do with his time.
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Originally Posted by bamaboy473 View Post
Natalie Holloway (Mountain Brook, AL) was on a high-school graduation trip with a bunch of her classmates and chaperones. She left a bar with some guys, never to be seen again.

Without a body to examine, no way to know about date-rape drugs or just plain abduction.

Unfortunately for the victims, this kind of animal could abduct somebody from your local neighborhood mall.

VanDerHoot is a rich kid that just travels the world; it will be too hard for authorities to trail him. Maybe just a disappearing will happen, thanks to a couple of bucks tossed to the right people?
Thanks but ---errrr I was aware of the circumstances, However at the time of her dissapearance the news media said the group was accompanied by adults but not chaperoned. In other words the girls - teenagers- were responsible for their own whereabouts and activities.

What I am saying is a teenager is a teenager is a teenager. They are like magnets for trouble. I would have had serious reservations sending my daughter to a foriegn country on a unchaperoned "class" trip. Shucks to be honest, I would have had trouble sending her to a foriegn country fully chaperoned. Ms Holloway could have been the most responsible teenager alive, but still a teenager. Bad things happen to teenagers when they are not supervised.

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When this creep get's thrown into jail in Peru that could be the end of him , I hope .
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This time no 'connected' father to help. It is the victim that had a connected (or at least known) father. I have the feeling that the inmates in the Peruvian jail will be appreciative of having a foreigner that murdered a young local lady in with them. I am sure they will make him feel welcome.
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This time no 'connected' father to help. It is the victim that had a connected (or at least known) father. I have the feeling that the inmates in the Peruvian jail will be appreciative of having a foreigner that murdered a young local lady in with them. I am sure they will make him feel welcome.

Well, he wanted sex.

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Originally Posted by twentynine View Post
I would have had trouble sending her to a foriegn country fully chaperoned. Ms Holloway could have been the most responsible teenager alive, but still a teenager. Bad things happen to teenagers when they are not supervised.
You and I agree that we want our kids protected...but does sending them abroad involve a lessening of parental protecting? I don't know about that.

This is about letting the 11-year old go to the quick-stop for an ice cream, or the 13 year old have a sleep over...or the 16 year old go out on a date. Our job is to let them grow up.

Kids grow up...and we parents just hope and pray that they don't die before we do.

That's our first prayer, isn't it?
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Can it get any weirder? He' s looking creepy now



Dutch citizen Joran van der Sloot arrives at Chile's Investigative Police headquarters in Santiago, Thursday, June 3, 2010. Peruvian police are seeking Van der Sloot in connection with the last May 30 killing of 21-year-old Stephany Flores at a Lima hotel. Van der Sloot was previously arrested in the 2005 disappearance of U.S. teen Natalie Holloway, but later released by Dutch authorities. (AP Photo/Aliosha Marquez) (Aliosha

Holloway suspect accused of $250K extortion in Ala
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MONTGOMERY, Ala. -- A Dutch man suspected in the 2005 disappearance of Natalee Holloway in Aruba was charged Thursday in Alabama with trying to extort $250,000 in return for disclosing the location of her body.

A criminal complaint by the U.S. Attorney in federal court in Birmingham also accused van der Sloot in May 2010 of promising to describe the circumstances of Holloway's death in return for the money. According to a sworn statement, van der Sloot got a partial payment of $15,000 wired to a Netherlands bank soon after.

He has long been a suspect in Aruba in the disappearance of Holloway, an 18-year-old from Mountain Brook, Ala., who was on a graduation trip to Aruba with other seniors when she turned up missing as they flew home. Her mother still lives in Alabama.

The name of the person paying the money was not given. A call to U.S. Attorney Joyce Vance was not immediately returned. She said at a news conference that her office would not be releasing any more details.
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A friend of mine was telling me tonight that jails in Peru are some of the roughest. I hope the case stays in Peru.
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With a little help from his scum-bag father...
Didn't his dad just die?
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Peruvian prisons that I have heard about: No heat in winter, depending on which prison that is it could be in the 40's at night with a nice damp feeling from the onshore breezes and heavy fog making it quite uncomfortable in Lima. Or someting further up in the hills it could be as cold as anything in the New England states.

I know for a fact that Peruvians like "White meat" and with him still being in his 20's hell go down real good.

Visitation days are a free for all, no bars, no private areas and if you get a gift from a loved one it's like keeping the tide back during a full moon when it comes to holding on to it.

Best of luck Vander Sloot!
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The worst part about this is, he will barter what really happened to Natalee for a lesser sentence.
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he kinda looks like Vannilla Ice
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The worst part about this is, he will barter what really happened to Natalee for a lesser sentence.
I doubt that will work in Peru. I think he will be toast.
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I doubt that will work in Peru. I think he will be toast.
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I don't think Peru gives a rat's azz about what couldn't be proved in Aruba.

That he (a foreigner) killed a person whose family is prominent within that country is the exact opposite of how it went in Aruba, where his was the prominent family and the victim was a foreigner.
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I hope they take his belt and shoe laces away. It would be a shame for his future prison buddies to miss out on his company. I bet the realization of his situation is probably starting to set in.

5 years to the day? It sounds like this guy is a real spychopath. Its ashame he was allowed to kill again but I think his justice will be much more sever than it would have been in Aruba. If I was that slick NYC attourney he hired I think I would be working from home. No way would I be heading to Peru. No matter how much he offered me. I don't think currency does you any good in Heaven or Hell.
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Todays lunch special.....

Tossed "Van der Sloot" salad.
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