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Joran Van Der Sloot Formally Charged For Stephany Flores Murder

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One step closer to justice!

To recap, Joran van der Sloot is in jail for a first-degree murder charge in the death of Stephany Ramirez Flores, and he is the prime suspect in the Natalee Holloway disappearance case.

Back in April, he was accused of stabbing three fellow inmates in his Peruvian jail, and he "burst out laughing" when he heard the accusations.

Then back in June, Joran appeared in Peruvian court for a hearing regarding the Stephany Flores murder case.

Now, he's been FORMALLY charged with first-degree murder in the Flores case, and Peruvian prosecutors are seeking a 30-year jail sentence and damages of more than $70,000. The trial is expected to begin this October.

As we've said many times before, we absolutely still believe that Joran is a monster, and we truly hope that he is appropriately punished for his horrific crimes.

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Joran Van Der Sloot Says He Feels Guilty

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And the sociopath can shove it up his ass!

After admitting to the murder of Stephany Flores, extorting money from Natalee Holloway's parents and then telling stories about her disappearance, Joran van der Sloot feels guilty.

"For everything that's happened since 2005, all the things said in the media and everything, I feel guilty for," said the murderer on Dutch TV, segments of which aired on Tuesday's Today show. "It's a whole web of problems, but I created all of them myself. So yeah, I have to deal with it now, deal with the consequences."

Ugh, it sure was NOT an apology! As if that would matter…

Joran is currently being held in Lima, Peru, where he is awaiting trial on a murder charge.

Sick.

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Peruvian Judge Rules Van Der Sloot Confession Valid

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Thank goodness!

Peruvian Superior Court Judge Wilder Casique has denied a motion by the defense to void Joran Van Der Sloot's confession in the murder of 21-year-old Lima student Stephany Flores. The judge is ruling the confession to be valid since the attorney representing him at the time was state-appointed.

Van der Sloot had recanted the confession in a jailhouse interview, claiming that it was made under duress and he had no idea what he was signing.

Judge Casique, however, noted that Van der Sloot had been given a Dutch-Spanish interpreter vetted by the Dutch Embassy, in addition to his lawyer.

Defense attorney Maximo Altez says that they plan on appealing the judge decision to a higher court, but criminal law expert Jose Balcazar says whether or not they appeal, it "will not hold up the case against him."

The defense is clearly trying to stall the trial to give Van der Sloot more time, but luckily Peruvian laws only allow up to six months in murder trials.

If convicted, Van der Sloot will face 15-35 years in prison.

He should be in prison for the rest of his life!

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Joran Van Der Sloot Refused To Talk To Judge!

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Although he confessed to the murder of Stephany Flores, Joran van der Sloot has revoked the confession.

And now he is refusing to speak to a judge about the case! He's claiming habeas corpus, a legal action where a defendant can seek relief from unlawful detention.

Maximo Altez, van der Sloot's lawyer, is claiming that his client's rights and due process were violated after his recent arrest. They are hoping that it will make the confession invalid.

Joran is still claiming that he was "tricked" into confessing.

"In my blind panic I signed everything, but never knew what was written on them," he said.

We hope van der Sloot gets what's coming to him.

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Joran Van Der Sloot Retracts His Confession; Mother Says He Is "Sick In The Head"

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This guy makes us sick! We swear, if he gets away with ANOTHER murder, there truly is no justice in the world.

Joran van der Sloot, the 22-year-old Dutchman famous for his involvement in the Natalee Holloway disappearance and currently imprisoned on another murder charge, told the press this morning that he was "tricked" into signing confession papers by the Peruvian police. In a statement, he claims that he was "scared and confused" and signed whatever the police put in front of him under the pretense that he would be extradited back to the Netherlands. He insists his "blind panic" during the interrogation was the reason he never read any of the materials handed to him and thus, he wants his confession retracted.

This coming from a guy who looked as cool as ice walking into prison. There is no fear in this guy - just a twisted brain eager to see how far he can go to get off the hook!

Do not fall for it!

If you need anymore proof that the guy isn't all there, you need only speak to his mother, Anita van der Sloot, who broke her silence this morning to tell the world her son is not a "monster," but rather "sick in the head."

In her first interview ever, Anita reveals that Joran was to be committed to a psychiatric hospital just two days before he fled for Peru, where he is accused of killing 21-year-old Stephany Flores. She says that while she is sure Joran had "nothing to do with the disappearance of Natalee Holloway in 2005, she adds that he "may have killed" poor Stephany.

His own mother believes he is capable of it. Course, it also seems like she is hoping to spare him jail time (or worse) by getting him committed.

We don't care where he is locked up, just so long as he IS locked up and for the rest of this life.

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