Jordan Van Der Sloot an Even Bigger Monster; Accused of Underage Sex Trafficking

July 16, 2010

Peru (ChattahBox) – Thought his obvious guilt in the deaths of two women was bad enough? Turns out Jordan Van der Sloot might have been trafficking underage girls to use as sex slaves, including two who are now missing and feared dead.

Shortly after his release from an Aruba prison for the disappearance of Natalee Holloway, Van der Sloot moved to Thailand under an assumed name, under cover as a college student, the Daily Beast reports.

However, his real reason for being there, it is alleged, was as the owner of DD Consulting, a “modeling agency” that was dedicated to finding young girls to strip in Dutch clubs, and work as prostitutes in the country.

He was given a $13,000 finders fee for each girl he brought over, a deal he had made through a friend that got him in touch with a pimp back in the Netherlands.

He was arrested, and then released once again, for the Holloway disappearance, and went back to Bangkok, where he started trafficking in earnest.

According to emails he sent friends, he bragged of dozens of girls who had been recruited as dancers, but would be sold as sex slaves and prostitutes once they reached Dutch soil.

He used the $13,000 fee a piece to invest in a coffee shop, called Sawadee Cup, an investment that earned him a great deal of money, while giving him a never ending pool of potential prostitutes to send home for more cash.

It was Peter R. De Vries, an investigative journalist who is well known for his work in exposing Van der Sloot, that led to hidden camera footage finding its way to police. In it, the despicable scumbag is sitting in a hotel with a great deal of underage girls, promising them “$15,000 to shake their ass”.

Two of the girls on the tape are now missing, and Van der Sloot is suspected in their disappearance, which may be related to the trafficking business he had been conducting.

It is people like this that really test my conviction against the death penalty.


2 Responses to “Jordan Van Der Sloot an Even Bigger Monster; Accused of Underage Sex Trafficking”

  1. me on July 16th, 2010 12:06 pm

    it is people like this that strengthen my conviction FOR the dealth penalty. As far as I am concerned, it isn’t used nearly enough or quick enough especially in California.

  2. Mary S on July 18th, 2010 10:13 pm

    About a month ago I read an article from an unbiased source, a Canadian newspaper, which tracked van der Sloot’s life for the past five years. He was indeed a student in the Netherlands, and later had to continue studying business in Bangkok because of stalking and harrassment. He did buy a small coffee shop near the campus, perhaps with the help of his family. The Thai woman he sold it to when his father died described him as affable and generous. While living in Thailand, he had a blonde girlfriend from California, and there was never any connection made by Thai authorities to any crimes of this nature. Peter De Vries and his lowlife friend were never able to produce anything credible regarding the Holloway case, and it’s unlikely this will amount to anything either. I note that you use disclaimers such as “alleged” and “suspected”. Exactly. None of this has been proven, and his connection to the death of Stephany Flores is doubtful, given the nature of justice in your country. However you seem to appoint yourself judge when you say, “It is people like this that really test my conviction against the death penalty.”

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