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Old 06-02-2010, 02:12 PM
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I hope this time they fry Van Der Sloot.....




Suspect in disappearance of Natalee Holloway accused of murder in Peru

June 3rd, 2010 - 12:42 am ICT by BNO News -


LIMA (BNO NEWS) — A Dutch man who is the prime suspect in the disappearance of American teenager Natalee Holloway, Joran van der Sloot, is being sought in connection with the murder of a young woman in Peru.
Police in the Peruvian capital of Lima said Van der Sloot, 22, is the main suspect in the murder of 21-year-old Stephany Tatiana Flores Ramirez, whose body was found in the Miraflores District of Lima in the early morning hours on Wednesday.
Authorities said the body of Ramirez was found covered in blood in the hotel room of Van der Sloot, at the Tac Hotel in Lima. She is believed to have died from multiple stab wounds.
Friends of Flores said she had left them around 2.45 a.m. local time, and then went to visit a casino in Lima. Several hours later, at 5.16 a.m., Flores was seen leaving the casino while in the company of Van der Sloot. Her car was later found in another part of the city.
Van der Sloot arrived in Peru from Argentina on May 13, according to police, who said he left Peru by road on Monday afternoon. He is believed to have traveled to Chile.
The victim’s father, Ricardo Flores, urged authorities to arrest him. “This is not his first murder. In 2005 he killed another girl,” Ricardo said, referring to Natalee Holloway. “But because the body was not found, he was released.”
Ricardo said he appealed to Interpol to help apprehend Van der Sloot. ” I don’t want to see more people suffering,” he said. “I want to avoid that this man continues to kill.”
A spokeswoman for Aruba’s Prosecutor’s Office, Ann Angela, said her office had been updated on the Peruvian investigation and confirmed that Interpol has issued an international arrest warrant in connection with the Peruvian murder. “I can confirm that he is a suspect in the death of a Peruvian woman,” Angela said. “Also that he was placed on the list of the Interpol.”
American teenager Natalee Holloway went missing on May 30, 2005 during a high school graduation trip to Aruba. The case received international media attention, but her body was never found.
Van der Sloot remains the prime suspect in her disappearance, and made several ‘confessions’ during interviews with hidden cameras. Real evidence, however, was never found.






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Maybe they will burn him this time.
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Sad that it takes 2 deaths for the POS to get caught. Looks like he will fare real well in prison
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Hope they nail that scummy bastard this time.....
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This is one time I'd have to agree with the masses. Providing he is indeed guilty, I sure hope they catch this low-life, and he gets the punishment he deserves.

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There isn't much more scary than a guy that can do the perfect murder and get away with it...especially when he's just a kid with a whole lifetime of doing it ahead of him.
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There isn't much more scary than a guy that can do the perfect murder and get away with it...especially when he's just a kid with a whole lifetime of doing it ahead of him.
maybe getting away with it twice.
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Originally Posted by bamaboy473 View Post
There isn't much more scary than a guy that can do the perfect murder and get away with it...especially when he's just a kid with a whole lifetime of doing it ahead of him.
Excellent point!

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maybe getting away with it twice.
Or more maybe. Im sure they will backtrack his travels and look for any other dots they can connect.
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I have both friends and family in Peru, if I hear anything from that part of the world not in our papers I'll be sure to post it.

I have seen Peruvian prisons and if they catch him (he's made his way to Chile' by bus though) he will be one unhappy basturd.
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Hangin is to good for the bum.

But one thing I ain't never been to clear on.
I can't imagine allowing a teen aged daughter to go on a trip to a foriegn country , UNCHAPERONED.
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Originally Posted by tcbetka View Post
This is one time I'd have to agree with the masses. Providing he is indeed guilty, I sure hope they catch this low-life, and he gets the punishment he deserves.

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I agree, coming from the neighbor island Curacao, I really hope they catch him this time and let him do a long time in a nice Peruvian prison...
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I think I saw an episode of Locked Up Abroad that took place in Peru. It looks like just the place for a guy like that.
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Originally Posted by bamaboy473 View Post
There isn't much more scary than a guy that can do the perfect murder and get away with it...especially when he's just a kid with a whole lifetime of doing it ahead of him.



With a little help from his scum-bag father...
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Originally Posted by twentynine View Post
But one thing I ain't never been to clear on.
I can't imagine allowing a teen aged daughter to go on a trip to a foriegn country , UNCHAPERONED.
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?
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UPDATE: Police in Chile just arrested the guy, so he's not going anywhere.

Looking at that fresh, schoolboy face, it's scary what must be going on inside his head....not a bit of remorse or confusion in his face, not a bit. Daddy won't be able to reach nearly as far on that continent, though.
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UPDATE: Police in Chile just arrested the guy, so he's not going anywhere.

Looking at that fresh, schoolboy face, it's scary what must be going on inside his head....not a bit of remorse or confusion in his face, not a bit. Daddy won't be able to reach nearly as far on that continent, though.
They probably don't have as much money to play the system this time because of the first one.

Either case, I bet his parents are having a hard time with this new reality about thier child.
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They probably don't have as much money to play the system this time because of the first one.

Either case, I bet his parents are having a hard time with this new reality about thier child.
He's pretty screwed.
Holland does not have an extradition agreement with Peru so Holland won't be able to get him out.
His dad passed away a couple months ago so he won't be able to help him either.
I say this time, he will not get away with it.
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yeah, looks like it might be sinking in to them that their fresh-faced boy just wasn't like the other kids, what with his biting heads off birds and geckos while he was just a baby...

seriously, their lives have just gone down the crapper, and they were society people in Aruba.
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General propulation in a Peruvian prison. Priceless.
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