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article imageHolloway suspect Van Der Sloot in Peru to face murder charges

By Chris Stewart     Jun 4, 2010 in Crime
The prime suspect in the murder of vacationing teen Natalie Holloway is now being interrogated in the murder of another young woman. He has been sent to Peru.
Joran Van Der Sloot, the Dutch national who drew international attention during the sordid 2005 disappearance of a U.S. teen, has been arrested again in connection to a separate slaying.
Van Der Sloot was the prime suspect in the killing of Natalie Holloway, the Alabama girl who disappeared during a holiday to the island of Aruba.
Now, The Huffington Post reports, the young man is being transported back to Peru where he was filmed partying with Stephany Flores, a young woman who was later discovered dead in her hotel room.
Flores is said to have had her neck broken. Van Der Sloot initially fled the scene but was accosted in Chile and brought back to Peru.
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