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Joran van der Sloot – Too Bad, So Sad!

06/26/2010

He certainly does seem to have a knack for lying…uh, I mean ‘story-telling!’

“I was tricked.  I’ll explain later how it all happened.”

“I was very scared and confused during the interrogations and wanted to get away.” In my blind panic, I signed everything, but didn’t even know what it said.”

Just about a week ago, van der Sloot tried to get his confession in the murder of Stephany Flores thrown out, claiming he was intimidated by police.

If you recall, he also said Stephany’s murder was the fault of the FBI!

Maximo Altez, his attorney, has asserted his client’s rights and due process had been violated and the Judge should throw out the confession because the ‘spoiled’ Dutchman did not have legal representation of his choice.

A Writ of Habeas Corpus was also filed.

Police say the interrogation of van der Sloot was conducted in accordance with established standards.

Superior Court Judge Wilder Casique has now rejected the appeal to throw out the confession, after the suspect claimed he had been ‘tricked’ into giving a detailed and accurate account of the murder. Casique noted that the Dutch Embassy had in addition to the lawyer, provided a Dutch-Spanish interpreter to van der Sloot.

Maximo Altez says he will appeal Casique’s decision to a higher court.

Jose Balcazar, a criminal law expert, said the appeal will not delay the case against van der Sloot.

Oh yeah, the water-boarding story didn’t work either!

Good night and sleep tight Joran…don’t let the rats bite!

Maybe – just maybe, Wynken, Blynken, and Nod will sail off in their wooden shoe to Peru and pay you, the poor little Dutch boy, a visit tonight and help you ‘dream’ up another lie!

Anything is possible in your world, Joran!

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  1. tezi
    06/27/2010 at 1:28 am

    That picture with the blue lights behind him gives me the willies every time I see it. He is scary!

    He knew exactly what he was doing when he confessed. He doesn’t fool me at all!

  2. 06/27/2010 at 11:50 pm

    Donchais~ I know this isn’t a funny subject, but when I spied that wooden shoe with Wynken, Blynken and Nod en-route to Peru to help “de arme kleine Dutchboy verzinnen leugens meer”. I had got a much needed chuckle. Thank You! Maybe they can throw in a few nightmares too?

  3. donchais
    06/28/2010 at 6:18 am

    Sometimes Katfish, my gallows humor gets the better of me!

  4. David From TN
    06/28/2010 at 11:01 am

    Years ago, I read a column (written just after the first Menendez trial) by someone who knew the French justice system, which has a panel of judges instead of a jury. The writer said that in France a judicial proceeding has the entire weight of the republic of France bearing down on the defendant. This was especially true if the defendant was obviously guilty as charged.

    He wrote: “In France, the Menendez brothers wouldn’t have stood a chance.”

    Joran van der Sloot is going to find this out.

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