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Joran van der Sloot Should Have Been Locked Away Years Ago

06/23/2010

We may never know the full truth of Stephany Flores’s final moments, but we do know it was brutally violent!

The Court has released documents that indicate luminol tests in the room showed blood on the floors, hallway, and mattress.   Stepahny’s body also showed a cranial fracture and other significant injuries to her face and neck as well as asphyxiation from being physically choked.   Flores’s body was in such a state of decomposition it was difficult to perform the autopsy.

CBS obtained crime scene photo’s.  (Caution, graphic)

In his confession – now recanted – he said he elbowed Flores in the face before strangling her and then suffocating her with his shirt.  However, he now says he was ‘tricked’ and had no idea what was in the paperwork he was signing.

Least we forget, van der Sloot told Chilean police a totally different story of how Flores died.  He claimed robbers were waiting for him at his hotel in Peru and Stephany died at their hands.

His attorney, Maximo Altez, quit last week, but has had an apparent change of mind, claims his client’s rights and due process had been violated and the Judge should throw out the confession.  Altez indicated that if the confession is not tossed, he would appeal to the highest court.

The Judge arrived at Castro Castro to interview van der Sloot yesterday, however van der Sloot refused to participate – which is his right under Peruvian law. van der Sloot’s sudden refusal to cooperate will not delay the legal proceedings.

As is usual for van der Sloot, his refusal to talk with the Judge hasn’t stopped him from flapping his big, egotistical mouth to De Telegraaf.   He boasted of receiving marriage proposals in his Peruvian jail cell!

Ayuh, right!  That must be one pretty high-speed internet connection in his cell!

OK, so none of this is really new and why does it seem more significant today?

Because the findings of the court ordered psychological evaluation were released on Monday.

Of major significance, van der Sloot:

– has a low tolerance for frustration

– doesn’t value the female role

– is emotionally immature,” which elicits strong changes in behavior that can send him out of control

– reflects a certain dominance over the opposite sex

– presents traits of an anti-social personality

– is indifferent towards others’ well-being

It was noted though, “he doesn’t show any psychopathological trauma that impedes him from perceiving and evaluating reality.” (bolding is mine)

This is one sick psychopath, but I don’t entirely blame him!

His parents certainly didn’t discipline or instill basic human ethics or morals in their eldest child.  Instead, he was spoiled and lived a life of privilege that totally enabled him to grow into the monster he has become.  His two younger siblings must have had a tough childhood tippy-toeing around Joran.

Aruban authorities also obviously fell down on their job during the investigation into the whereabouts of Natalee Holloway.  van der Sloot didn’t just turn into a psychopath this month!  The pampered offspring of Paulus van der Sloot was given a free pass in my opinion.

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  1. Barb2
    06/23/2010 at 1:54 pm

    Not one of the psychological evaluation findings surprises me in the least little bit. Joran may be a mental mess but he is not legally insane.

  2. donchais
    06/23/2010 at 3:46 pm

    Couldn’t agree more, but methinks a new ploy is taking shape…JMO.

  3. tezi
    06/24/2010 at 8:58 am

    Boy, he is a special piece of work, isn’t he?

    I’m beginning to wonder if he doesn’t know the difference between the truth and a lie? Lies just roll off of his tongue, with no thought about the consequences. What happened to the robber story?

  4. mystymiss
    06/27/2010 at 1:33 pm

    He was confused??? He guessed Flores was killed? I say don’t kill him in jail… Let Van Der Slug i mean Sloot be the Plug for the Oil spill,,,,

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