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    Joran Van der Sloot Caught! #3

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    Thank you, Salem, we are a little busy tonight.


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    As I recall hearing interrogations can be particularly ...umm.....painful, in Peru

    I say, waterboard him till he tells both sets of parents evrything they want to know.!


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    Lol, I get sick to my stomach every time I think about the methods used in other countries.
    BUT i did hear thru the grapevine they were waxing the water board.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Beyond Belief View Post
    Lol, I get sick to my stomach every time I think about the methods used in other countries.
    BUT i did hear thru the grapevine they were waxing the water board.

    Darn.....what do they have left in their bag of tricks?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Linda7NJ View Post
    Darn.....what do they have left in their bag of tricks?
    the 'rack' maybe, some places are still 500 hundred years behind


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    Quote Originally Posted by Beyond Belief View Post
    the 'rack' maybe, some places are still 500 hundred years behind

    Yeah! If ya ask me...they have it right!


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    gretas on, but i am sure it will be awhile before she get to Joran.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Beyond Belief View Post
    the 'rack' maybe, some places are still 500 hundred years behind
    Didn't we hear they still have dungeons available.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Beyond Belief View Post
    Lol, I get sick to my stomach every time I think about the methods used in other countries.
    BUT i did hear thru the grapevine they were waxing the water board.
    When I hear what he did to the young lady with the baseball bat, I have NO problem with waterboarding. It sounds much more pleasant than what Stephany went thru.

    In this procedure, the individual is bound securely to an inclined bench, which is approximately four feet by seven feet. The individual's feet are generally elevated. A cloth is placed over the forehead and eyes. Water is then applied to the cloth in a controlled manner. As this is done, the cloth is lowered until it covers both the nose and mouth. Once the cloth is saturated and completely covers the mouth and nose, air flow is slightly restricted for 20 to 40 seconds due to the presence of the cloth... During those 20 to 40 seconds, water is continuously applied from a height of twelve to twenty-four inches. After this period, the cloth is lifted, and the individual is allowed to breathe unimpeded for three or four full breaths... The procedure may then be repeated. The water is usually applied from a canteen cup or small watering can with a spout. This procedure would not last more than twenty minutes in any one application.

    A couple rounds and he'll soon be chatting about both cases (IMHO).

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    going on what i heard on greta if i heard it right, mark said, he was told she hit her head on the bed frame which is wood, but it was hard enough they suspected with human force.
    you don't think that drunk fell on her? its got me wondering.
    he looks totally intoxicated. why would she go there with him?


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    Anita van der Sloot: Suspected Killer's Mom Shocked by New Allegations in Stephany Flores Murder
    De Rooij says that Anita van der Sloot spoke to her son via telephone Thursday but would not give details about the conversation except to say that Joran "certainly did not" confess to killing 21-year-old Stephany Flores, according to the Dutch News.
    read more: http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-504083_1...04-504083.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hazel View Post
    Anita van der Sloot: Suspected Killer's Mom Shocked by New Allegations in Stephany Flores Murder


    read more: http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-504083_162-20006804
    Just the headline alone ~ why should she be shocked? Has she really been in that much denial about what he could be capable of?
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    Quote Originally Posted by panthera View Post
    Just the headline alone ~ why should she be shocked? Has she really been in that much denial about what he could be capable of?
    probably shock that he would actually be held accountable for something.


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    Quote Originally Posted by panthera View Post
    Just the headline alone ~ why should she be shocked? Has she really been in that much denial about what he could be capable of?
    I have known so many parents who are blind to their little darlings' nefarious ways. I wonder if this event with VDS is the ultimate consequence of enabling kids. Not to blame his mother for everything, but maybe this could've been nipped in the bud years ago. Wonder if both mom and dad babied and excused everything he did when he was younger. I notice that JVDS is really huggy and clingy with his mom. I find that odd. It's not as though he were an abused child who never learned to bond with humans! I'm a firm believer in NOT enabling others. They need to suffer consequences of their behaviors without us parents trying to interfere with necessary life lessons.


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