Search This Blog

Monday, January 16, 2012

Van der Sloot Sentenced to 28 Years in Peru

Joran "Douche" Van der Sloot was sentenced to 28 years in prison.

Van der Sloot pled guilty to the murder of Stephany Flores, a woman he met in a casino, and murdered in a hotel room later that evening.
If you recall Joran was arrested and questioned twice about the disappearance/murder of Natalie Holloway who has been missing in Aruba, and now declared dead after five years. . Joran never admitted to any wrong doing regarding Holloway although all signs pointed to him being a prime suspect.

Joran has been ordered to pay $74,054 to the Flores family. I want to know how is he going to pay back the Flores family? Are they expecting his family to cut a check like they did when paying for his expensive legal defense in the Holloway case?

What's even more disturbing this prick may only serve a decade of his sentence. In Peru, jailbirds get a good portion of time off for good behavior, which means Mr. Van der Douche gets to ride into the sunset, and quite possibly commit another crime. It is quite possible seeing that Douche has been diagnosed as a borderline sociopath.

The problem here is that Stephany Flores' family is wealthy. So of course the police didn't drag their heels on solving her murder.
Meanwhile, Natalie Holloway's family is just middle-class American. Not well to do, just regular folk.

Even though recently, Natalie was finally given closure by a judge by being declared deceased, there will never be any true closure for Natalie's family or friends.
They never got a chance to physically say goodbye and no one is serving time for her murder.

But, Van der Douche gets closure with pleading guilty as an after thought.

No comments:

Post a Comment