Joran Van der Sloot ranks pretty high in the stupid people category.
This is the guy suspected in Natalie Holloway’s death. The Alabama teen was in Aruba with friends when she went missing. Van der Sloot was caught on tape by a Dutch crime show admitting to dumping Holloway’s body after she passed out on the beach.
He was never convicted of that murder.
This time the same reporter, Peter De Vries, has gotten Van der Sloot admitting he makes about $13k for each Thai woman he sells into sex slavery. THE SAME REPORTER!
De Vries’ latest report, which was shown Sunday night on Dutch television, shows Van der Sloot telling someone posing as a sex-industry boss that he can get passports for Thai women and girls who think they are going to the Netherlands to work as dancers, DutchNews.nl reported.
“The pictures show how little respect this 21-year-old has for the lives of others,” De Vries told a Dutch newspaper. “The fact that he goes into the trafficking of women after the disappearance of Natalee is typical of him.”
In February, judges rejected an attempt to arrest Van der Sloot for a third time in her disappearance. He was released due to insufficient evidence the first two times he was arrested.
Aruban prosecutors had sought to detain him based on hidden-camera recordings captured by a Dutch TV crime show. In the video, Van der Sloot said Holloway collapsed on the beach after they left the bar and he called a friend to dump her body at sea.
Joseph Tacopina, a lawyer for student Van der Sloot, said in February that his client was not responsible for the Alabama teen’s death and that the tapes did not amount to a confession.
“There was no confession, no admission of a crime by Joran on any of these tapes, which is very telling,” Tacopina said on ABC’s “Good Morning America.”