Van Der Sloot
September 7, 2010 by staff
Van Der Sloot, Joran van der Sloot, said that the people, admitted in an interview with De Telegraaf, a Dutch newspaper that his family took money from Natalee Holloway, in exchange for revealing the location of her body. In
an FBI sting earlier this year, an FBI witness and delivered 10,000 to Van der Sloot Natalee’s mother. According to the Associated Press, a wire transfer of 15,000 in the bank account of Van der Sloot in the Netherlands allowed him to travel to Latin America. He was charged in the U.S. in June for extortion. The burial site to which Van der Sloot family oriented was invalid.
Admitting to extortion: what’s behind the confession?
Joran Van der Sloot has led to the media, courts and the families of alleged victims of persecution for the truth. What he says one day may not be your next statement. He claims to be misunderstood, or that he has misunderstood the question you are answering. The commercial opportunity for an entry appears to lead to a conviction or knowledge of illegal activity by Van der Sloot.
Today, his trial lawyer for the alleged robbery and murder of Stephany Ramirez Flores, Maximo Highness, said his client was not paid by September 6, 2010, De Telegraaf interview, and that may have led to the misinterpretation of being published. HH does not represent Van der Sloot on the Holloway case. CNN implied that HH was not very forthcoming in discussing his client’s interview with De Telegraaf.
Van der Sloot has been involved in a lawsuit that his confession to the June 8 killing of Ramirez overturned. He is also requests for the release, claiming he is illegally detained. There has been talk that he is afraid for his life in the Miguel Castro Castro maximum security prison. Perhaps it is the hope of giving the U.S. Federal Courts sufficient reason to request his extradition to Peru.
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