Sunday, November 27, 2011


AT LAST! Deadly Dutchman Joran Van Der Sloot will finally face justice in January for the killing of a Peruvian student almost five years to the day after US student Natalee Holloway disappeared. At long last the South American prosecutors have finally got their act together and he will appear in court on charged of murdering student Stephany Flores in his Lima hotel room.  He confessed that he flew into a furious rage with the 21-year-old after he caught her reading his laptop which contained e-mails about Natalee Holloway's mysteriously vanishing on the Carribean Island, Aruba.     

He's long been suspected of having a role in her disappearance and he was arrested twice but never charged due to lack of evidence.  
He has several times confessed then recanted a role in the disappearance of Holloway who was on a high school graduation trip with classmates when she vanished.
Flores' family and prosecutors contend he planned the killing in order to rob the young woman.

If convicted and sentenced to a 30-year prison term, Van der Sloot would be eligible for parole after serving 10 years.
Van der Sloot fled to Chile after Flores' death but was arrested there and returned to Peru for questioning.

He signed a confession last year in which he described slamming Miss Flores in the face with his right elbow, strangling her for a full minute then taking off his shirt and asphyxiating her.
But he has long since claimed that it was Miss Flores that attacked him first.

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