Skip to comments.Review-"Portrait of a Monster"-Joran Van Der Sloot, Murder in Peru, the Natalee Holloway Mystery
Posted on 08/07/2012 5:30:29 AM PDT by Fishtalk
This Kid Should Have Been Jailed Long Ago. What the Heck Was Aruba Thinking?
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What seems to have caused you to excerpt your own blog?
Is there any reason to believe that he only killed twice?
Goodness I never thought of that.
But no, there’s absolutely NO reason to think he only killed twice.
This fellow is bad. And he’s been all over the world, Thailand, Netherlands, Chile.
Sure, he could have killed several times. I’d think any strange disappearances of females from where he’s been should be looked into.
There is no reason to think his crimes were limited to murder. He had to make his gambling money from somewhere. Why not kidnapping then selling girls.
I’d not argue with you but I will say that Joran made most of his money from giving fake interviews. In fact, Greta Van Sustern, who was all over this story if you remember, paid him $25,000 for a story in which he alleged that he’d sold Holloway to a white slave owner.
It wasn’t true, and per the book Sustern knew it wasn’t true.
Joran also got money from other media outlets AND he lived with a girlfriend in Thailand.
Not disputing your assertion so much, just offering up other sources of money for Joran.
Have you ever heard of the term, ‘run-on sentence’?
Some questions have such obvious answers.
“What the Heck Was Aruba Thinking?”
Wasn’t daddy a politician?
My opinion is the guy could go through money like no tomorrow. That accounting comes to maybe 60-70k.
It’s pretty obvious now his lifestyle has dropped a few notches. Any extra coin now probably goes to get high and get a better hole in the floor to crap in.
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