Ramirez Murder update: VanderSloot says "I did not want to do it"
Joran Van Der Sloot confessed to the killing of Stephany Flores Ramirez in Lima, Peru yesterday based on interview and the footage from security cameras which document the association between Ramirez and Van Der Sloot.
He was seen walking into the hotel room with her and four hours later left the room without her with newer changed clothing on.
Van Der Sloot said, "I did not want to do it," La Republica quoted him as saying. "The girl intruded into my private life." "She did not have any right. I went to her and hit her. She was scared, we argued and she tried to escape. I grabbed her by the neck and hit her."
He admitted to breaking her neck because he was enraged about her looking through his private laptop computer to find information about him.
Even though he has confessed to the murder a jury trial will still have to convict him of the actual murder of Stephany Ramirez on the night of May 30th after a Hold Em' poker tournament.TRANSCRIPTS OF VANDERSLOOT CONFESSION
The viewers will finally hear from Joran van der Sloot. Tonight, we will show you our unedited interview with the chief suspect in Natalee Holloway's disappearance. By unedited, we mean no content has been taken out. You hear every question we asked and every answer he gave and each answer in its entirety. Here are the facts we know. Joran, along with Deepak and Satish Kalpoe, were the last people known seen with Natalee Holloway. She was leaving a popular bar in the back seat of Deepak's car. The next morning, Natalee did not show up for her flight home and has not been seen since. But what happened between those two events? The first story the three boys told, that they had returned Natalee to her hotel, is a lie. After extensive searches, many false leads and enormous frustration and heartbreak for Natalee Holloway's parents, the case remains unsolved.