by UNCENSORED NEWS
| June 5, 2010 at 01:31 pm
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On May 30, 2005, beautiful, blonde Natalee Holloway
was spending her congratulations vacation in Aruba. She was seen socially with Dutch citizen Joran Van Der Sloot
that evening but, was never seen alive again. Her body has never been recovered and after years of investigation, Van Der Sloot is still not under prosecution for the murder of this high school senior who was visiting Aruba on a school graduation trip. But, the Holloway family grieving for the past five years, may now be able to rest after the recent arrest of Van Der Sloot in Santiago, Chile for a crime he allegedly committed on May 30, 2010
. The body of 21-year-old Stephany Tatiana Flores Ramirez
was found dead in a hotel in Lima, Peru on June 2, 2010. Peruvian police say Van der Sloot, a young Dutchman twice arrested for the 2005 disappearance of Alabama teen Natalee Holloway
was now a suspect in the slaying of Flores. Peruvian businessman Ricardo Flores, is pictured walking with an unidentified person during the wake of his daughter in Lima, on June 2, 2010. Van Der Sloot was finally arrested and brought to Peru to await prosecution for the murder of Flores-Ramirez. He was positively identified as the man seen at the hotel in Lima with Ms. Flores-Ramirez
on May 30, 2010
. May 30th
seems to be a gruesome reminder and the anniversary date of executions plotted by alleged serial killer Joran Van Der Sloot. This could be his second crime of murder or it may be his tenth. Further investigations are underway to determine comparison information of similar crimes where Van Der Sloot may have been involved. On June 5th, 2010, the accused arrived in Lima for charges of murder wearing a bullet proof vest and may face up to 35 years in the San Juan De Lurigancho
prison. This is a prison is known for corruption, horrible conditions and less than humane treatment of prisoners. Van Der Sloot will most likely bed down in this hell hole for the next forty years and deservingly so!
LIMA (AP) -- The young Dutchman long suspected in a U.S. teen's Caribbean island disappearance was delivered to Peru on Friday to face charges in the murder of a 21-year-old woman found with her neck broken in his Lima hotel room. Joran van der Sloot told police in Chile — where he was captured on Thursday — that he did not kill Stephany Flores but did say “he met her and at some point they went to a casino,” said Fernando Ovalle, a Chilean police spokesman. The girl's father, Ricardo Flores said he doesn't want the death penalty for van der Sloot, only justice. In Peru, murder carries a prison sentence of up to 35 years. “I haven't slept since Monday,” a devastated Flores, his eyelids heavy and speech slurred, said in an interview at his Lima home. “I'm waiting for him to step foot on Peruvian soil.” Then, he said, he'd take a sleeping pill or simply collapse from exhaustion. They put a bulletproof vest on van der Sloot, who looked frightened, and took him to a police post for a medical check before continuing on by highway to Lima, where a preliminary arrest warrant was issued for him Thursday.
Elusive Joran Van der Sloot arrested in Chile and brought to Lima, Peru for prosecution in the May 3oth killing of Stephany Tatiana Flores Ramirez.