June 7, 2010

Joran Van Der Sloot Interrogation

The man who has long been suspected of killing Natalee Holloway, Joran Van Der Sloot, is now facing a new round of intense interrogation, about another murder in Peru which has now placed him as a prime suspect.

Peruvian officials said about the possible prosecution of Van Der Sloot, "You need to be calm. We can't rush the matter, nor can we give details concerning the event or that investigation itself, In two weeks we'll know if the girl had sexual relations or if there is alcohol in her blood.."

The parents of the Peruvian girl who died said she hopes this case can bring a sense of justice for the Holloway family. ""My daughter was an instrument for this girl (Holloway), so that there can be justice. He's going to have to talk now...My daughter resisted. Under the fingernails of my daughter there are traces, evidence, that's why they didn't permit her cremation."

Joran Van Der Sloot Interrogation

The lone suspect in the disappearance of U.S. teen Natalee Holloway was paraded - moist-eyed and looking stunned - before reporters on Saturday as Peruvians denounced him and detectives began interrogating him about the murder of a Lima student. Joran van der Sloot arrived at criminal police headquarters in a brown Interpol SUV and was escorted across an auditorium of shouting, shutter-snapping journalists three times. Wearing a green bulletproof vest, his hands handcuffed behind him, the husky 22-year-old Dutchman stared straight ahead and didn't respond to reporters' questions or even make eye contact.

Joran Van Der Sloot Interrogation

Posted at June 7, 2010 6:05 AM