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Natalee Holloway suspect Joran van der Sloot
The primary suspect in the unsolved 2005 disappearance of Natalee Holloway, Joran van der Sloot, and his father allegedly rented a boat and “took care of things,” according to an email that has recently come to light. Van der Sloot claimed in a letter to “David G” that “My dad got a boat two days later” after the Alabama boy vanished while on a field trip to Aruba, according to The Messenger on Saturday.
“We took care of everything and went for a ride. I’m going to stop there,” the email stated. In June, Van der Sloot was extradited to the US to face fraud and extortion charges related to the 18-year-old Holloway’s disappearance. She was last seen leaving a pub with the 17-year-old at the time, who was named as a suspect in her disappearance but never put on trial for her homicide. Since admitting guilt for the May 2010 murder of student Stephany Flores, 21, whom he strangled at a casino in Lima precisely five years after Holloway vanished, Van der Sloot, now 35, has spent more than ten years in prison in Peru.
One investigator told The Messanger that in the 18 years since Holloway vanished, authorities in Aruba have looked into van der Sloot’s assertions that he repeatedly discarded the teen’s body at sea. An unidentified Aruba detective informed the outlet that “it’s always seemed most likely that she was taken out on a boat.” “However, the key is identifying the person who would have led him there to carry it out. He and his father lacked a personal boat. Van der Sloot has previously asserted that he discarded Holloway’s body at sea, but authorities have not been able to corroborate this idea.