07:29 AM EDT 11/22/2014
Originally posted 11/04/2014 07:30PM
Joran van der Sloot's newlywed wife claims her husband was recently stabbed twice behind bars while serving a sentence for murder.
Originally posted 09/02/2014 05:05PM
Joran van der Sloot offered a peek inside his Peruvian prison this week in a new video the convicted killer says he shot "for my own security."
Originally posted 08/26/2014 02:45PM
Joran van der Sloot, the prime suspect in the 2005 disappearance of U.S. teen Natalee Holloway, has been moved to a remote Peruvian penitentiary after authorities said he threatened to kill the warden of the prison where he was serving a 28-year term for murder.
Originally posted 07/12/2014 10:00AM
Love, near death and everything in between.
Originally posted 07/05/2014 10:15AM
Joran van der Sloot – the suspect in American teen Natalee Holloway's disappearance – has married in a Peru prison, according to multiple news reports.
Originally posted 03/10/2014 11:45AM
Joran van der Sloot, the longtime suspect in the 2005 disappearance in Aruba of American teen Natalee Holloway, finally will face U.S. criminal charges in the case – but not until 2038, at least.
Originally posted 01/13/2012 12:35PM
Joran van der Sloot, who pleaded guilty Wednesday to the 2010 murder of a Peruvian woman he met at a Lima casino, was sentenced on Friday to 28 years in prison. He was also fined nearly $74,000 by the three-judge panel.
While the lengthly list of charges was read in court, van der Sloot, wearing a greet T-shirt and sweating, hung down his head. Earlier, he told the court he was "truly sorry" for the killing of 21-year-old Stephany Flores and said that he had initially wanted to "confess sincerely" for his crime.
His murder victim, Flores, was killed five years to the day after the American teen Natalee Holloway disappeared in Aruba, a case in which van der Sloot remains the prime suspect.
Originally posted 01/12/2012 03:00PM
Six and a half years after she vanished in Aruba, Natalee Holloway was declared legally dead Thursday by a judge in Alabama.
Probate judge Alan King made the ruling at the request of Holloway's father. King had ruled in September that Dave Holloway had met the legal presumption of death for his daughter – and King had set Thursday as the deadline for anyone to come forward and prove she didn't die in Aruba.
Holloway's attorney said there has been no new evidence since then.
Originally posted 09/14/2011 04:30PM
It's been more than six years since teenager Natalee Holloway disappeared in Aruba, and her father says the time has come to finally confront a grim reality.
Dave Holloway is requesting that his daughter be declared legally dead.
The request came in papers signed last April, and just now uncovered, seeking a "petition for presumption of death for persons missing for more than five years."
Originally posted 09/02/2011 07:35PM
With no justice yet for her own daughter, Beth Holloway cautiously cheered yesterday’s decision by authorities in Peru to bring murder charges against Joran van der Sloot – long suspected in Natalee Holloway’s disappearance – for the murder last year of a young woman in Peru.
"God bless the Peru authorities for handling this thoroughly and professionally," Holloway tells PEOPLE exclusively. "They have faced criticism and threats of lawsuits from the defendant's side, but they have stuck to their guns and I say good for them."
Van der Sloot, 24, faces 30 years in prison if convicted of killing Stephany Flores, 21, in May 2010. In an earlier reported confession, the Dutchman said he grew enraged and attacked Flores in his hotel room after she glanced at his laptop and discovered his link to the Holloway case. He has since claimed temporary insanity, his lawyer has said.
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