Thursday, August 18, 2011


THE FAMILY of a woman who was likely murdered by creepy Dutch sicko Joran van der Sloot are begging prosecutors in Peru to put the fiend on trial: or else he could be free by Christmas. The disturbed Dutchman--the only suspect in the disappearance of American teen Natalee Holloway in Aruba in 2005--was arrested in May 2010 in Peru for the vicious slaying of pretty Stephany Flores, whose naked body was found in his Lima hotel room. Twisted van der Sloot took her money, bank cards and fled to Chile. When he was captured, he said: "who me?" Of course, it was all just a terrible coincidence...
Stephany's dad Ricardo Flores says he fears the creep may slip through the law's fingers again (daddy
helped him last time): "We are worried because Peruvian law says that if a suspect's trial doesn't begin within 18 months after his arrest, authorities are obligated to set the suspect free. The prosecutor is not moving with the speed that a case of this magnitude merits."

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