Natalie Holloway Suspect, Joran van der Sloot Confesses to Murdering Peruvian Lesbian Stephany Flores Ramirez (Video)

Joran van der Sloot was a prime suspect in Natalee Holloway’s 2005 disappearance in Aruba. Now he’s confessed to murdering 21 year-old Stephany Flores Ramirez in Peru. (Probably a good sign he was also involved in the Holloway case)

ABC News’ multi-bylined report describes Ramirez, a student, as “an out lesbian struggling with her sexuality.” On Good Morning America, her ex-girlfriend Stephanie Jamenez said she was a good gilr dealing with insecurities and intense disapproval about her sexuality from her parents.

Her body was found beaten and stabbed in a Lima hotel room registered to van der Sloot. In the above video, you can see what appears to be van der Sloot and Ramirez in the hotel elevator’s surveillance camera. Van der Sloot was then seen leaving the hotel alone with his bags; her body was found days later.

Cruel, sadistic, and lacking in human empathy – van der Sloot is a real piece of work  Also van der Sloot’s own bisexuality and is very well known in Aruba. Even one of his friend who was detained in Holland during the Natalee case, was released because he was gay. 

Now hopefully that he can no longer hide behind the Dutch legal system this pathetic creature will spend the rest of his life rotting in a South American prison.


Will Kohler

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