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Thursday, November 06, 2014

Photos Show Injuries Joran Van Der Sloot Sustained In Prison, Lawyer Claims Killer 'Fears For His Life'

Fox News Latino has obtained exclusive photos of the injuries Joran van der Sloot, the prime suspect in the 2005 disappearance of U.S. teen Natalee Holloway, sustained inside a Peruvian prison.

According to his lawyer, van der Sloot was attacked twice in the last two weeks inside the prison. His last cut, in the kidney area, required 15 stitches and was described by a prison doctor as “profound,” according to prison document obtained by Fox News Latino. He did not require surgery, and the injuries are far less severe than previous reports claiming he was in serious condition.

The 27-year-old Dutch national, who is serving a 28-year prison sentence for the murder of a Peruvian woman, is recovering in the infirmary of one of Peru’s most notorious – and dangerous – prisons. Maximo Altez Navarro, van der Sloot’s lawyer, and the inmate’s wife, who also spoke to Fox News Latino, are demanding that he be moved to Lima or, at the very least, a hospital where he can receive appropriate care.



Anonymous said...

He'd better get it. Not quite the bada** he thought he was.

Anonymous said...

Good. He got what he deserve.

Anonymous said...

How about the victims who feared for their lives!!

Anonymous said...

They need to take him to the edge of death each time

Anonymous said...

Stupid Peruvians... can't even get a simple task done!

Anonymous said...

It appears the wounds may be self inflicted. Anyway who cares if they weren't. Prisons systems aren't exactly the safest places so his stinking sorry butt should have thought about that before he decided to become a murderer.
I'm just sorry the headlines don't read Van Der Sloot Died a Long Slow Death due to beheading.

Anonymous said...

Just what did he expect???

Roses and flowers? He got the wrong sentence, and the right one might be meted out on the clink.

Gosh darn!