'Van der Sloot' Google search stuns slain woman's brother - for those who own televisions, you probably remember the disappearance of Natalie Holloway in Aruba on May 30, 2005 and the continuing efforts of her family to find her body and the killer(s).
Keep that date in mind.
On May 30, 2010, Stephany Flores Ramirez of Peru vanished after a poker tournament. Video confirmed her and a man enter a room and witnesses state the man left; Stephany Ramirez did not.
The man was identified as Joran van der Sloot, the major suspect in the disappearance of Natalie Holloway and a classy individual who is wanted in the US for extortion in promising the details of Natalee's disappearance in exchange for money, who once claimed he'd sold her into slavery in a 2008 Fox News interview, who allegedly tried to sell other people into slavery in Thailand, and who was taped admitting that he'd been instrumental in her disappearance.
Not to like, jump to conclusions about his character or anything--God knows everyone makes mistakes, and who hasn't done a little human trafficking and extortion?--but wow, that habit of being around young women who disappear on May 30th is something he needs to seriously reconsider.
So you know, anyone know what was going on with him on May 30 for 2006-2009? No reason I'm asking.
More on Joran van der Sloot at CNN as Peru investigates the death of Stephany Flores Ramirez.
Not that I am jumping to conclusions. These things just happen.
Edited for spelling; what was I reading that involved a Hollabee? *facepalm* I hate Mondays.
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