“Joran van der Sloot Confesses to Natalee Holloway’s Murder, Yet Her Remains Remain Unrecoverable, According to Judge”
“Breakthrough Confession: Joran van der Sloot Admits to Natalee Holloway’s Murder Almost Two Decades Later”
Nearly twenty years since Natalee Holloway’s baffling disappearance in Aruba, a stunning revelation has emerged. The prime suspect in her case, Joran van der Sloot, has made a shocking confession detailing the grisly circumstances of the Alabama teen’s murder, as disclosed in court documents.
Van der Sloot’s admission came to light shortly after he entered a guilty plea in federal court, where he faced charges of extortion and defrauding Holloway’s family. His alleged attempt to sell information regarding the location of Natalee’s remains to her mother, Beth Holloway, in exchange for $250,000 formed the basis of these charges.
With emotions running high, Beth Holloway declared on Wednesday, “It’s over. Joran van der Sloot is no longer the suspect in my daughter’s murder. He is the killer.”
“After 18 years, Natalee’s case is solved,” she announced. “He provided a detailed confession in which he finally admitted to taking Natalee’s life.”
According to the transcript of an interview with his attorney, 36-year-old van der Sloot confessed to using a cinder block to end the young woman’s life on an Aruban beach, all stemming from her rejection of his advances. The transcript revealed that Holloway had resisted his advances, even resorting to self-defense by kneeing him in the groin. Van der Sloot’s response was a brutal one – he kicked her in the face and bludgeoned her with the cinder block.
Following the vicious assault, he made the chilling decision to “push her off” into the ocean, the interview transcript disclosed.
Tragically, Natalee Holloway’s remains have never been located. Back in 2012, an Alabama judge had officially declared her legally deceased.
The deaths of Holloway in 2005 and Stephany Flores, a Peruvian woman in 2010 – a crime to which van der Sloot had previously confessed – led Judge Anna Manasco to hand down a 20-year sentence for the federal charges.
Addressing van der Sloot directly, Judge Manasco said, “I have taken into consideration your admission of the brutal murder of Natalee Holloway.”
“You have brutally taken the lives of two beautiful women who, in separate incidents years apart, resisted your advances.”
Upon reviewing van der Sloot’s confession, Judge Manasco somberly acknowledged that Natalee Holloway’s body may never be recovered.