By Debbie Emery – Radar Reporter
Joran van der Sloot is no stranger to life in jail but his new home is a far cry from the luxuries he had grown used to during his 18 months at Lima’s Castro Castro prison.
After he was sentenced to 28 years on January 13 for the May 2010 murder of Stephany Flores, van der Sloot was transferred to the high security facility of Piedras Gordas… Continue reading Joran Van Der Sloot's Health Deteriorates After Being Moved To Maximum Security Prison
As the recent reports inform, a court in Lima dismissed Joran van der Sloot’s claim to consider his confession to be false and retract it because the judge regarded that request baseless. We’ll remind the readers that Stephany Flores, a business student, was killed in Peru and Joran van der Sloot admitted that he was […] Continue reading Joran van der Sloot is Still on His Trial
According to some recent information, Joran van der Sloot has sued Peruvian police officials for their misconduct. He claimed in his complaint that they arrested him by mistake and didn’t invite an interpreter when they started their interrogation. He was asked questions about Stephany Flores’s murder. The 22-year-old star wrote in his complaint paper that […] Continue reading Joran van der Sloot Blames Peruvian Police on Misconduct
According to Peruvian officials, Joran van der Sloot wanted to let it all hang out about the location of Natalee Holloway’s body who disappeared five years ago in Aruba.
It turned out that the Dutchman was afraid of the Peruvian prison where he stayed after being accused of the murder of business student Stephany Flores, 21.
Joran […] Continue reading Joran van der Sloot to Be Afraid of Being Killed in Prison
Stephany Floreswas was attacked by Joran Van der Sloot after she learned that he is connected to the disappearance of Natalee Holloway.
According to La Republica, the Peruvian newspaper, the Dutchmann became angry when Flores saw the materials of the 2005 case related to the Alabama teen.
As a matter of fact, last Wednesday she was found […] Continue reading Joran Van der Sloot to Confess to the Crime