"Emotionally Immature" van der Sloot Has a "Low Opinion of Women"
LCoastMom | June 21, 2010 at 08:25 pmby
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Anita van der Sloot, in an exclusive interview told De Telegraaf, a Dutch daily - that her son fled from Aruba where she was attempting to have him committed to the high security section of a psychiatric hospital for a mental illness he developed after the death of his father, something he "blamed himself for" she said, without giving further details. She also claimed to have spoken with him shortly before and after, the murder of Stephany Flores, and that he sounded paranoid, saying he was being "followed and watched," De Telegraaf reported.
Joran who has admitted to murdering Stephany, claiming she read an email on his computer, that pertained to the disappearance of Natalee Holloway, exactly 5 years to the day, Natalee was last seen - something he said; "she had no right to do." The transcript of the report came from an unnamed source, who has connections with the Lima, Peru Police. In the transcript, van der Sloot said that Stephany punched him in the face after reading the e-mail; "At that moment impulsively, with my right elbow I hit her in the face exactly on top of the nose," van der Sloot said. "I think she started to faint. It affected me so that I grabbed her from the neck and strangled her for a minute."
Van der Sloot said he first thought of moving her body but instead fled the country. "After I responded with hitting her, I feared that she would go to the police and they would detain me for what was an impulsive act," van der Sloot said. "I think I wanted to kill her because I wasn't thinking." The autopsy found that a blow had "shattered her nose and face".
Peruvian attorney, Maximo Altez, told CNN that van der Sloot has complained to the judge that his rights and due process have been violated, in regards to his confession to murdering Stefany Flores - Ramirez. Van der Sloot was in front of the judge for the first time today - he declined to make a formal statement regarding the facts of the case, siting his ongoing motion for habeas corpus - in hopes of nullifying his signed confession. Altez said, they will appeal to the highest court, if the judge does not find in favor of van der Sloot.
In an interview from jail, with De Telegraaf, van der Sloot claims he "was tricked"; Peruvian police told him if he signed the papers they gave him, they would transfer him to the Netherlands; "In my blind panic I signed everything, but never knew what was written on them," he said.
General Cesar Guardia, chief of Peru's criminal police does not agree. Saying van der Sloot was properly represented by his government-appointed defense attorney and the translator assigned by the Dutch Embassy was present during the interrogation.
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