William Trickett Smith Ii

August 25, 2010 by Post Team 

William Trickett Smith Ii, Authorities in Peru say they have initiated disciplinary action against the alleged murderers jailers photographed Joran van der Sloot poses with two other men arrested in connection with the murders of high profile there.

In the photo, first air on Peruvian television station America TV, shows the leader of 22 years standing Sloot van with other prisoners Ospina Hugo Trujillo and William Trickett Smith II. A fourth man in the photo is not identified.

Peru’s National Institute of Corrections, said Tuesday that disciplinary action in work on the photo.

“On 23 August the Home Office began the institution’s administrative and disciplinary actions in order to establish liability on acts of official misconduct of employees of the Castro Castro Correctional Institution, said the agency. “They abuse the photographic equipment that was intended to administrative tasks.”

Van der Sloot is facing a murder charge in death of college student Stephany Flores, who was found dead in his hotel room in Lima in May. Police said he confessed to the murder after his arrest, but van der Sloot is asking a court to reject his statement.

Authorities said van der Sloot has not received any visits from his family or given any interviews since his arrest.

The 22-year-old Dutch national was a suspect in the disappearance of Alabama teen Natalee Holloway 2005 in Aruba. He was arrested twice, both times but released for lack of evidence. He has denied any involvement and has not been charged in the case, though federal prosecutors in the United States say they tried to extort 250,000 Holloway’s mother in exchange for information on the whereabouts of the remains of his daughter.

Trujillo Ospina, Colombia is facing one, a murder trial in contract killing of Peruvian entrepreneurs Myriam Fefer, while Smith is accused of killing his Peruvian wife, dismembering her body and stuffed in a suitcase that later fishermen found at sea.

Trujillo Ospina, Smith and Van der Sloot were in custody wing of the Castro Castro prison, away from other inmates, when the photo was taken last week, Peruvian authorities said. Van der Sloot is the only one of three now being held there, they said.

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