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    Apparently this latest girl was a lesbian. I wonder what made her go back to his hotel room/how he got her to go? Anyway here is a photo of the douche. Nice to see they've got him safely in handcuffs...oh wait..

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    ^ smug piece of shit

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    I'm looking at that pic and all is see is Peruvian Prison Piñata Punk.
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    lets hope so

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    What the fuck is going on with his hair?
    KILLING ME WON'T BRING BACK YOUR GOD DAMNED HONEY!!!!!!!!!!

    Come on, let's have lots of drinks.

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    ^^ I think that was his "disguise."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trixie View Post
    ^^ I think that was his "disguise."
    He's like some kind of murdering idiot savant.
    KILLING ME WON'T BRING BACK YOUR GOD DAMNED HONEY!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmmdee View Post
    It's good that the slain girl is the daughter of a Peruvian politico w/ $ because something tells me that had it been some lesser-connected chick, he might have just walked away from this shit. Again.

    Also -- the alleged murder of Stephany Flores in Lima occurred May 30, 2010, exactly five years to the day since Natalee Holloway disappeared.

    The timing is ironic as hell. Makes you wonder if he had an anniversary kill every year.
    Exactly what I was thinking. This is a ding ding ding anniversary party for this sociopath.

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    I read that he had date rape drugs in his possession, her car which they took from the casino to his hotel and likely in the hotel room as well. My guess is he has a history of drugging women and raping them and they either dont remember it or are too embarassed to file an official complaint.

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    ^or too dead.
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    Story just got worse.

    He was in South America living off money that he extorted from Natalee's mother--he promised to tell her what happened to her daughter if she paid him.

    And worse: the FBI had the goods on him by May 10th, apparently, and for some reason put off moving on him then.

    So another girl is dead. He could've been under arrest before now. He is currently also being charged with wire fraud and extortion, fwiw.

    Seriously, execute him. I gather the law down there can be pretty ferocious. So, I hope they do not extradite, because then it will be one long series of defense attorney bullshit and lies and fucking appeals till the end of time.

    I'd like to see Beth Twitty get a few hours alone with him before the end, too.
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    Oh god that is just sad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kathie_Moffett View Post
    Seriously, execute him. I gather the law down there can be pretty ferocious. So, I hope they do not extradite, because then it will be one long series of defense attorney bullshit and lies and fucking appeals till the end of time.

    I'd like to see Beth Twitty get a few hours alone with him before the end, too.
    Peru doesn't have the death penalty. But I think lifetime in their prisons is a worse punishment.

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    Aruba disappearance suspect held in Peru killing



    AP – Chile's investigative police officers escort Dutch Joran van der Sloot, right, after being found at a …

    By FRANK BAJAK and FRANKLIN BRICENO, Associated Press Writers Frank Bajak And Franklin Briceno, Associated Press Writers – Thu Jun 3, 7:43 pm ET

    LIMA, Peru – He was the last person to see two young women alive — one in Aruba, one in Peru exactly five years later, police say. Joran van der Sloot was caught in a taxi Thursday, several days drive and a country away from the Lima hotel room where the second woman was found face down with a broken neck.
    A fixture on TV true-crime shows after Natalee Holloway's disappearance in Aruba, the 22-year-old Dutchman did not speak or even turn his head when photographers shouted his name as Chilean police officers escorted him, without handcuffs, into a Santiago police office for questioning.
    Aruban authorities didn't prosecute van der Sloot even after he was caught on video saying he had asked a friend to dump Holloway's body. The Alabama woman's family was outraged by how Aruban authorities handled the case, and now the family of another young woman wants to make sure they get justice.
    "This isn't a coincidence, this murder," Stephany Flores' anguished father, Lima entertainment impresario Ricardo Flores, told reporters after van der Sloot's arrest.
    Van der Sloot was arrested the same day he was charged in Alabama with trying to extort $250,000 in return for giving the location of Holloway's body and describing the circumstances of Holloway's death. Federal prosecutors did not say who was allegedly extorted, but filed a sworn statement saying that van der Sloot got a partial payment of $15,000 wired to a Netherlands bank.

    His daughter's neck was broken Sunday in a hotel room registered to van der Sloot, who police believe met the 21-year-old University of Lima business student for the first time the previous night at a nearby casino. Her body was found by a maid late Tuesday.

    Flores, a 48-year-old former race car driver and sometime politician, called on authorities to immediately bring van der Sloot to Peru to face justice.
    "It's not just about my daughter," he said. "There's a matter pending in Aruba and we don't know how many more remain unpunished."
    Stephany Flores was fully clothed and there were no signs she had been sexually abused, the chief of Peru's criminal police, Gen. Cesar Guardia, told The Associated Press.
    "The room was a complete mess," he said in an interview. He added that no potential murder weapon was found.
    "It's probable they had drunken alcohol," said Guardia. No alcohol was found in Flores' blood, he said, but he added that it could have dissipated in the more than two days it took to find her body.
    Guardia added that police are investigating why it took until Tuesday night for hotel staff to discover the body.
    Van der Sloot remains the prime suspect in the disappearance of Holloway, an 18-year-old who was celebrating her high school graduation on the Dutch Caribbean island of Aruba when she disappeared May 30, 2005. He told investigators he left her on a beach, drunk. That's the last anyone saw of her. Van der Sloot was twice arrested in her disappearance — and twice released for insufficient evidence.
    "If they have enough proof that he committed the crime in Peru, maybe, just maybe that might help to get him to confess in Natalee's case. It just might crack him," a Holloway family lawyer, Vinda de Souza, told the AP.
    A spokeswoman for Holloway's mother, Beth, issued a statement saying she "extends her deepest sympathy" to the Flores family "and prays for swift and sure justice."
    Holloway's family has blamed Aruban authorities' inaction on the influence of van der Sloot's father, a judge there who died in February.

    Van der Sloot put up no resistance when he was detained Thursday about halfway to the Pacific coast from Santiago, said deputy Chilean investigative police spokesman Fernando Ovalle. When brought in for questioning in Santiago, he was unshaven with closely cropped hair, khaki pants, and a gray hooded sweat shirt.
    Ovalle said it was likely van der Sloot would be expelled to Peru. Peruvian authorities issued an arrest warrant for him through Interpol after learning van der Sloot had crossed into northern Chile on Monday.
    Van der Sloot checked into the room where Flores' body was found May 14 after arriving on a flight from Colombia, Guardia said. He was in Peru for a poker tournament and it appears he and Flores met Saturday evening at Atlantic City, the Lima casino hosting the tourney, Guardia said.
    The police chief said Flores was killed between 5 a.m. Sunday, when the victim and suspect were seen entering his room by a hotel employee, and about 8:45 a.m., when he said two people saw van der Sloot leave.
    "Various things aren't very clear," Guardia said, among them the killer's motive.
    It certainly wasn't money, he said. Van der Sloot had no problem paying for his escape to Chile.
    He gave a truck driver 1,500 Peruvian soles ($525) to take him from Ica, a town south of Lima, to the Chilean border, the driver, Luis Aparcana, said in a TV interview. He said van der Sloot didn't speak very good Spanish and carried two suitcases.
    Aparcana said van der Sloot "was worried because he kept smoking cigarettes. He didn't have a cell phone but he had a laptop that he would take out, handle and then put back."
    Lawyers for van der Sloot could not immediately be reached for comment. On Wednesday, a lawyer in New York who has represented him, Joe 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.
    The Holloway case has followed many twists and turns.
    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 from being drunk. He said he 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.
    Aruba's attorney general, Taco Stein, said Thursday that the island would offer assistance to investigators in Peru when van der Sloot arrives there. He said van der Sloot remains the only suspect in the Holloway case. "There is always hope," he said.

    Aruba disappearance suspect held in Peru killing - Yahoo! News

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    I wonder what his mom thinks of this latest development? I wonder how much she knew about Natalee?

    With her husband gone, I wonder if seeing evidence of what her son really is would make her more, or less, likely to come forward.

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