Van der Sloot's Confession Reveals Method of Homicide
Joran Van der Sloot told the Peruvian police that he killed Ramirez in a rage when he caught her looking up information about him on his laptop computer.
Today is a day of deposition in regards to the upcoming trial which will hopefully, convict a young Dutch man named Vandersloot who has repeatedly lied over and over again on camera in several undercover investigations regarding Natalee Holloway.
Will the forensic evidence in Ramirez's case identify the cause of death and will it match Vandersloot's confession?
This man appears to be a calculating, violently motivated individual who pre-meditates his actions against women and who has succeeded thus far in eluding prosecution based on technicalities.
A Joran van der Sloot confession may close one murder case while raising more questions in another. The Dutchman, long the prime suspect in U.S. teen Natalee Holloway's 2005 disappearance in Aruba, confessed to killing a different young woman in his Lima hotel room last week, a police spokesman says. Police Col. Abel Gamarra, head of the Information Directorate of Police, told The Associated Press late Monday that Van der Sloot admitted under questioning by police that he killed 21-year-old Stephany Flores.