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Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Joran van der Sloot Confesses To Murdering Natalee Halloway

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The key suspect in the much publicized Natalie Holloway Aruba Caribbean island disappearance, Joran van der Sloot, has admitted to disposing of the American students body.

Dutch media report in a hidden camera interview with German TV journalists, Joran van der Sloot said that he indeed disposed of the body of Natalie Holloway and her remains were located in a large Aruba swamp.
Joran van der Sloot, who spends his time in Thailand, was back in the Aruba for the funeral of his father who passed away of a heart attack while playing tennis on the popular holiday island. Judge Paul van der Sloot, 57, died of a heart attack on the Dutch island in the Caribbean, the AP reported last week.

Joran van der Sloot was described by investigators of the 2005 holiday island death of 17-year-old American student Natalie Holloway, who was on vacation in Aruba, as the only suspect in her death. Although Joran van der Sloot was never charged with any crime. The body of Natalie Holloway has never been recovered.


Prosecutors later decided that confession did not constitute legal evidence because the statements were a mixture of "lies and fantasy."  Chief prosecutor Peter Blanken told the Dutch newspaper Telegraaf that Van der Sloot might be giving false versions of the story in an attempt to hide the truth. Blanken did admit, however, that if Holloway was dumped in a swamp, "chances of finding her are extremely small."

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

What an sick bastard! we knew he did it