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Joran van der Sloot Continues His Game

06/11/2010

UPDATED! 11:39

A Peruvian judge today ordered Joran van der Sloot held on murder charges in death of Lima student, the Associated Press reports.

Judge Juan Buendia issued the order before dawn, instructing penal authorities to place the Dutchman in a penitentiary pending trial for allegedly killing Stephany Flores in Peru.

Van der Sloot also remains the lone suspect in the 2005 disappearance in Aruba of Alabama teen Natalee Holloway.

Police in Peru say the 22-year-old Dutchman told them he knows the location of Holloway’s body.

USA Today

CNN

Police in Peru say murder suspect Joran van der Sloot has told them he knows the location of the body of Natalie Holloway, but he will only explain and provide details about the Holloway case to Aruban authorities.

He just can’t stop running his mouth!  Peruvian authorities don’t care!  They have their own murder to deal with.

van der Sloot was transferred from a police facility to the national attorney general’s office Thursday morning and his attorney, Maximo Alonso Altez said his client will be moved from the attorney general’s office to the Justice Ministry, where a judge will determine which jail he will go to.  Speculation is, that of the three maximum security facilities: Miguel Castro Castro, Piedras Gordas or Lurigancho, van der Sloot will be sent to Castro Castro.

Is it me or do van der Sloot’s photos get scarier by the day?

Altez said he will ask the judge to toss out van der Sloot’s confession because he was not properly represented when he was interrogated.

Altez claims police got a public defense attorney to be present at the interrogation and subsequent confession, but that van der Sloot never agreed to be represented by this lawyer.

Photo courtesy of ritanita.

Altez also claims the handling of the evidence was tainted.  He claims the body was mishandled during the crime scene investigation.

Altez said he intends fight and take this to trial.

Altez resides in Miami but has offices in Peru.

CNN

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  1. tezi
    06/11/2010 at 9:49 am

    It’s not just you donchais, his pictures do get scarier by the day!

  2. 06/11/2010 at 1:50 pm

    Yeah, I bet this spooky twerp would do just about anything to get back to Aruba rather than face the music in Peru. No doubt he feels he can control the authorities in Aruba, but they will just have to wait their turn if they want him. I think we all know where Natalie is….at the bottom of the ocean. :`(

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