Joran Van der Sloot To Plead Guilty in Murder But Wants A Shorter Sentence!

Tue, March 8, 2011 3:28pm EDT by 8 Comments
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Joran has made headlines for the past six years in connection to the disappearnce of Natalee Holloway. But now he’s admitting guilt in another murder!

Joran Van der Sloot will finally be put behind bars! The Dutch native has never been charged in in the 2005 murder of 18-year-old Alabama high school senior Natalee Holloway in Aruba. But now his lawyer says he is admitting to killing another young woman, in Peru — Stephany Flores Ramirez. Van der Sloot will claim a “violent emotion” defense — and his attorney Maximo Altez is seeking the lowest possible sentence.

If a Peruvian judge accepts this defense, Van der Sloot may only be get three to five years — instead of the usual 15- to -35 year term typical for a first-degree murder conviction.

Stephanie was found dead in her Lima hotel room on May 30, reportedly after she discovered items on Van der Sloot’s laptop linking him to the Natalee Holloway case exactly five years before.

Natalee’s mom, Beth Twitty, called Van der Sloot’s defense “outrageous” — and she wants to make sure it doesn’t get him a lighter sentence. In the U.S., Van der Sloot has been charged with trying to extort Natalee’s parents by demanding $25,000 to tell them how she was killed and where her body could be found.

“He’s a very slippery, smart criminal,” says John Kelly, the Holloway family attorney.

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Corra

Posted at 7:20 PM on May 28, 2011  

I think that he has had other victims that we don’t know about. I mean, he is a very smart criminal. And I dont think he got that knowledge just from the incident with Natalee.

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blackyb

Posted at 1:28 PM on May 12, 2011  

People in hell want icewater, too, it would seem.

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susan morgan

Posted at 2:03 AM on April 8, 2011  

Fred, see someone fry, are you kidding. Bet you havent read the book that Natalee’s mother wrote. The suffering she went through and still is, to say nothing of what happened to Natalee and now another woman as well. Frying would be too easy mate. Sorry but that’s the way I feel. He is a predator, what if it was your daughter????? Can you answer that!!!!!

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susan morgan

Posted at 2:00 AM on April 8, 2011  

I have just finished ready the book on Natalee Holloway. And now have just found a site that says Joran van der Sloot has been charged with her murder. Thank God!!! What a vicious and cruel thing to do, to keep that Mother wondering and praying for so long. Give him life and more life sentence. No death penalty, too easy. Keep him off the streets so noone else has to experience such sadness and horror.

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Dorothy T

Posted at 8:05 PM on March 8, 2011  

There is nothing too horrible and/or demented that can happen to Joran VanDerSloot that he doesn’t deserve for what he did to those beautiful girls. How many have there been that we don’t know about? There is no telling. He is really a SLIME BALL. I just wonder why someone hasn’t done him in???

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cameron

Posted at 4:45 PM on March 8, 2011  

they need to just put his azz in the chair so tax payers dont have to pay to keep him alive

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scricketball

Posted at 5:00 PM on March 8, 2011  

i agree. he is human slime

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Fred Zeppelin

Posted at 5:00 PM on March 8, 2011  

What? You mean Peruvian taxpayers?? It ain’t costing you a penny, cameron.

And folks in Peru only “get the chair” for crimes “committed in exceptional circumstances”. This means crimes that are committed in times of war or genocide or crimes under military law. Murder is considered an “ordinary crime”.

So sorry to disappoint. Maybe you should move to Texas id you want to see someone fry – if you’re not already there…

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