Joran Van Der Sloot's Psych Report: Does Not Value Females
Joran Van Der Sloot's Psychiatric Evaluation Has Been Released
According to excerpts from the psychiatric evaluation of Joran Van Der Sloot obtained by CNN, he 'does not value the female role' and does not tolerate frustration well. The report states that he "does not tolerate when someone tries to contradict him. It generates in him a challenging attitude."
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He is also described as "emotionally immature" and as someone who "reflects a certain dominance over the opposite sex" and who "doesn't value the female role." It also states that "he presents traits of an anti-social personality" and "is indifferent towards others' well-being".
However, the report also says:
"he doesn't show any psychopathological trauma that impedes him from perceiving and evaluating reality."
Van Der Sloot has refused to speak to the judge about his case as he says his rights were violated when the Peruvian police obtained what they say was his confession. Van Der Sloot says he has no attorney present and has filed a petition for habeas corpus, meaning he wants release from he sees as unlawful detention.
Judge Carlos Morales has until Wednesday to make a decision on the petition, but Van Der Sloot's lawyer Maximo Altez says he will appeal to the highest court if the judge does not rule in his client's favor.
Peruvian police say that they obtained the confession legally and that there was a government-appointed attorney present at the time.