It’s so sad to see the senseless murder of one young girl, to perhaps to bring justice in another girl’s case. But is this really justice for Natalee Holloway??

Stephany Tatiana Flores Ramirez, 21, was found murdered in a hotel room in Peru. The hotel room was registered to one Joran Van Der Sloot, infamous for his alleged involvement in the disappearance of 18 year old Natalee Holloway. Natalee was vacationing in Aruba, where Dutch native Van Der Sloot lived with his family. He was a notorious playboy, combing the casinos and bars for pretty young tourists and fueling his growing gambling addiction.

Although Natalee’s body has never been found, Van Der Sloot has always been a suspect. Arrested twice, he always narrowly escaped ever being charged in her disappearance. Sadly, he managed to turn Holloway’s murder into a cottage industry, garnishing large amounts of money for interviews. If he needed cash, he would reach out to the media, declaring to come clean with what happened to Natalee, for a price. The media took the bait, and each time the story was grander — ranging from a cocaine binge, leading her to fall from a balcony to being sold into slavery for $10,000. He made up the stories, and we in the media ate it up — and dished it out to the public. So sad.

I have reviewed the polygraph of a witness I’ll refer to as “Jay” to protect his identity (see copy of redacted polygraph below). He lives in Aruba on the beach. He came forward in 2008 with details that he saw Joran Van Der Sloot on the beach. If you read this, he has incredible details. Tim Miller from Texas EquuSearch orchestrated the Polygraph. If Aruban authorities had taken this guy seriously, they could have possibly arrested Van Ser Sloot for Natalee’s murder, and this poor young woman in Peru may never have been murdered.

To read the polygraph, click here.

I will go on the record to say, Joran Van Der Sloot is a cunning, conniving, pathological, lying sociopath. I guess we can add murderer to the list now. I have first- hand experience with this creep. I spent two weeks with him in Thailand, and entertained his stories as to what he said happened to Natalee. He was trying to sell his own father down the river, and implement him in the human trafficking story he had concocted. Anything for money. What a sorry excuse for a human being.

Joran Van Der Sloot in Thailand 08


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