Joran Van Der Sloot: ‘My Rights Have Been Constantly Abused’

By Radar Staff

In a new letter, Joran van der Sloot complains his “rights have been constantly abused” in jail, pleads forgiveness from the family of a Peruvian women he admittedly murdered, and denies any involvement in the 2005 disappearance of an Alabama teen in Aruba.

“My rights have been constantly abused,” van der Sloot wrote in a letter believed to be penned last month, and released by his attorney Max Altez. “My [former] lawyer promised me I would receive 15 years if I plead guilty, I did.”

The convicted murderer, who has complained before during his stint in custody, wrote, “I ask God every day that Stephany’s parents can find it in their heart to forgive me.”

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He adds he has “a history of psychological problems which were never taken into consideration” in his prosecution and sentencing.

The 24-year-old Dutchman is currently serving a 28-year sentence in a Peruvian prison in the murder of 21-year-old Stephany Ramirez Flores, a crime he pleaded guilty to in January. He’ll be up for parole in just more than nine years.



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