Natalee Holloway Suspect Wanted for Murder in Peru

June 2, 2010

(ChattahBox)—Joran van der Sloot, the dutch playboy arrested twice for the murder of missing American student, Natalee Holloway is now the prime suspect for the murder of a woman in Peru. The young woman, Stephany Flores Ramirez, 21, was found stabbed to death in van der Sloot’s Lima, Peru hotel room.

According to news reports, Ramirez was captured by surveillance cameras leaving a casino with van der Sloot last Wednesday evening. On Sunday, she was seen entering van der Sloot’s hotel room. Ramirez was murdered sometime during the early morning hours on Sunday.

“Stephany Flores Ramirez, 21, the daughter of racecar driver and businessman Ricardo Flores, disappeared Friday and was found dead Wednesday morning in a hotel room in the country’s capital, Peruvian newspaper El Comercio reports. Peruvian police and Ramirez’s father said she was last seen with Van der Sloot, 22, whose name was registered under the hotel room where Ramirez’s body was found. According to police reports, she was brutally stabbed and wrapped in blanket.”

Joran van der Sloot, left the country soon after Ramirez’s murder, with a stop in Chile, on his way to Argentina, authorities believe.

Natalie Holloway disappeared in Aruba five-years ago, after being seen with van de Sloot and her body has never been found:

“Holloway similarly disappeared after being last seen with Van der Sloot outside an Aruban night club on May 30, 2005. Van der Sloot was initially arrested in Holloway’s disappearance in June of that year. He was released and arrested again in 2007, when he was detained for questioning but never charged.”

Peruvian officials have issued an international arrest warrant for van der Sloot.


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