The official psychological evaluation conducted on notorious murder suspect Joran van der Sloot finds that the 22-year-old Dutchman is sane, but devalues women, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned.
RadarOnline.com obtained a copy of the evaluation, which is part of a broader report compiled by the prosecution as they build their case against van der Sloot.
The report also contains graphic details about the death of Stephany Flores Ramirez, a 21-year-old college student, and the conditions in which authorities found her body in a hotel room in Lima, Peru on June 2.
Van der Sloot is also a suspect in connection with the mysterious disappearance of Alabama teenager Natalee Holloway in Aruba back in 2005.
A forensic psychologist who evaluated van der Sloot said the Dutchman "at the time of evaluation, does not show pathological disorders that prevent him from perceiving and evaluating reality.”
According to the report, van der Sloot "denotes an average intellectual level," "presents traces of an antisocial personality," and "is indifferent when it comes to the welfare of others."
The report also said van der Sloot displays "poor social awareness that is evident in the violation of the rules" and the actions he takes against others.
Van der Sloot, according to the report, veers "towards a life of debauchery and dissipation in the search for new sensations that allow him to feel encouraged," which is reflective of his "emotional immaturity."
The report also details the autopsy administered on van der Sloot's alleged victim, whose full name was Tatiana Flores Stephany Ramirez. It said she died from blunt force trauma and strangulation, and her body was found about two to two to three days after she died.
Van der Sloot remains in custody in Peru on a murder and robbery charge.