GUILTY Peru - Stephany Flores, 21, murdered in Lima hotel room, 30 May 2010 #24

Discussion in 'Recently Sentenced and Beyond' started by Salem, Dec 21, 2010.

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  1. katydid23

    katydid23 Well-Known Member

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    And I don't think he is going to have money to save him at his new location. I think his 'guardian angel' has had enough. And even his mom has finally cut him off I think.
     
  2. Tadpole12

    Tadpole12 Well-Known Member

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    Joran van der Sloot sentenced to 28 years in prison for Flores murder
    Jan 13, 2012

    http://news.nationalpost.com/2012/0...nced-to-28-years-in-prison-for-flores-murder/


    Van der Sloot, 24, fidgeted nervously and sweated profusely during sentencing and was ordered to pay 200,000 soles ($74,074) to the Flores family. He shook his head afterwards, sighed and was escorted out of the courtroom by guards. He did not say if he would appeal the ruling.
    He could conceivably spend less than a decade behind bars because Peru often releases prisoners for good behavior after serving a third of their terms.
     
  3. Wise Old Owl

    Wise Old Owl Retired WS Staff & Founding member of AFKBPOFPOPL

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    After watching that NG documentary again - JVS is a "big boy" so, perhaps he'll be made to be a "water donkey" and fight to get in the water line each day and then carry the buckets. How is he gonna deal with that?

    He'll have to pass mustard with the "delegates" as they run the prison - and, some how I don't think they are going to be too receptive to him. He may even end up becoming an outcast and have to scavenger the garbage piles for his food. Who knows.

    One thing for certain - he's about to live in hell - plain and simple. Lurigancho is NOTHING like he's ever seen - even being in prison there already. Karma is a beotch Joran.


    JMHO
     
  4. suzihawk

    suzihawk New Member

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    From November 19th, 2008:

    HOLLOWAY: Yes. And Greta, I was just wanting to say that, you know, like I said, it's been a long time, but it's never too late for justice. And I'd be good with a "Midnight Express" prison anywhere for Joran.


    Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,454527,00.html#ixzz1jN1Ks2Ff
     
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    suzihawk New Member

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    Mary Hamer on Anderson now.
     
  6. AmandaReckonwith

    AmandaReckonwith Defective Detective

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    HMSHood Admiral-Class Battlecruiser

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    I read that Peruvian prisons are among the worst. I have also read Mexico prisons are horrendous as well.
     
  8. Tadpole12

    Tadpole12 Well-Known Member

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    The Twisted Mind of Joran van der Sloot
    January 11, 2012

    http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog...s/201201/the-twisted-mind-joran-van-der-sloot


    The question is why did he plead guilty? He's been the primary suspect in the Holloway case for years and has led the authorities on a merry chase. At times confessing to various people, then recanting his story and even being arrested twice for questioning, he knew there was not enough evidence to charge him. He was playing a sick game with the police, the prosecution and worst of all the emotions of the family that lost their daughter. In this case, he clearly loved playing games with the authorities AND he had a chance to have the charge reduced to manslaughter. So again, why did he plead guilty?
     
  9. 21merc7

    21merc7 New Member

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    Well, that is a good question. Either he knew he would be let loose in the streets there and the general public would take care of him, or he wants to stop killing. I am going with the general public would take care of him before he got past the gate.
     
  10. Tadpole12

    Tadpole12 Well-Known Member

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  11. Madeleine74

    Madeleine74 Knower of Things

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    I think it's fantasy that he'll be in some kind of danger in prison, even if he ends up in one of their worst ones (and I hope it's the worst of the worst). This dude is 6'4" tall or more. He's probably 250+ lbs. He's young and angry and crazy. You really think some smaller guy is going to take him on? I don't.

    He'll probably be used as some kind of security/protection for some others. He'll probably be in some kind of gang before too long. His size and youth and sheer crazy anger will be exploited by other prisoners to give him some new 'job' to do on behalf of his elders in prison. You watch.

    Everyone said he wouldn't survive conditions at this last place. Not only did he survive, he made friends/buddies and did better than anyone expected. This vermin is a survivor. Much like the cockroaches and rats who survive any catastrophic event, he too will continue on.

    Same thing was said when Scott Peterson was sent to death row. They had him attacked and dead within 2 months. Not only is he still alive, he has a compatible group of inmates to hang out with. He's not going anywhere either...he will never see the business end of that needle he earned. He'll die of natural causes long before.

    And from what I understand, JVS could obtain parole in 14 years. 28 years doesn't mean without parole. I wish it did, but it does not.
     
  12. vlpate

    vlpate Sleuther with a porpoise

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    Was it the world's "hardest" prisons by any chance?

    http://natgeotv.com/uk/americas-hardest-prisons

    oops, this is America's hardest...sorry
     
  13. vlpate

    vlpate Sleuther with a porpoise

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    A body, overwhelming evidence, video....?
     
  14. JoeFromLB

    JoeFromLB Well-Known Member

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    I believe he could get paroled even sooner than that. I think the 14 years is for 'good conduct'. I recall reading somewhere (here?) that he could be out in as little as nine years.

    God help any unsuspecting, young woman who crosses his path.
     
  15. vlpate

    vlpate Sleuther with a porpoise

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    This is where he may end up (thanks to Owl for having me look everywhere lol)

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lVI7bsJTcRo"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lVI7bsJTcRo[/ame]
     
  16. Elphaba

    Elphaba Defying Gravity...

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    Thank you! Also, as long as mommy and the fangirls send him money, he will also have that as a bargaining chip from drugs to protection. This is nothing but a big game to him... one that he is surviving thus far and will continue to survive.
     
  17. Kamille

    Kamille Shine bright like a diamond

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    Looks like Lurigancho is undergoing a facelift. Looks like a nice all inclusive resort now. :floorlaugh:

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RG_LoehUW5s"]Video clip Penal de Lurigancho by Jimmy Roca - YouTube[/ame]
     
  18. KariKae

    KariKae Well-Known Member

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    Is his mom sending him money? The last I heard the mom seemed to have written him off...but I have taken a break from the case so I could be wrong.
     
  19. Kamille

    Kamille Shine bright like a diamond

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    I believe his mom has stated that she will always continue to support him financially and emotionally even if he is guilty of this crime.

    MOO
     
  20. Tadpole12

    Tadpole12 Well-Known Member

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