Joran Van Der Sloot Paid By FBI?

June 10th, 2010 - 7:51 pm ICT by GD  

By Madhuri Dey
van Joran Van der Sloot had initially been accused of the murder of Natalee Holloway, the American student who had gone for a vacation to Aruba and had disappeared mysteriously.

The police was not able to make any headway into the disappearance of the woman, although they had as their prime suspect Joran Van der Sloot, a Dutch man.

However, they still were not able to make any headway into the case, thanks to the fact that they were not able to secure any exact information from him.

Recently, Joran Van der Sloot had again been accused of the murder of Stephany Flores, in Lima in Peru, and this time, he confessed to the murder.

However, reports state that the second murder would never have happened if the Federal Bureau of Investigation had not made the mistake of paying a huge amount to the suspect and then failing to detain him.

According to a private investigator investigating into the case of the murder of Stephany Flores in Lima, the FBI had paid a whopping $25,000 to the suspect, seizing on the opportunity when Joran Van der Sloot told an attorney of the family of Natalee Holloway that he would be giving them information in exchange of the amount.

However, the investigator also reported that after the amount was given to Joran Van der Sloot by the FBI, they could not detain him in their custody. In fact, it is believed by the investigator that it was this amount exactly that helped Joran Van der Sloot to escape to Peru, funding his travel.

The detective, Bo Dietl, said that the FBI had recorded the meeting with the prime suspect only last month, in Aruba itself.

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