- Mar 30, 2004
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http://abcnews.go.com/TheLaw/story?id=4222253&page=1"I know what happened to that girl," van der Sloot announced during 20 hours of private conversations secretly recorded by crime reporter Peter R. de Vries.
Her body, van der Sloot said, had been dumped in the ocean by a friend with a boat.
"We're on the beach," he said on the recordings, according to the Dutch TV show. "Suddenly, she wasn't moving any more."
Nowhere on the recordings does van der Sloot display any emotion about the young woman he said he disposed of that night on the beach so far from home.
"I didn't even feel bad about it," he said at one point. "I didn't lose a night of sleep over it. I thought, 'I have to go on.'"
This kid needs to get behind bars already.
http://www.breitbart.com/article.php?id=D8UJ4HQG0&show_article=1THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) - Hidden camera footage broadcast on television in the Netherlands on Sunday showed Dutch student Joran van der Sloot saying he was with Natalee Holloway when she died on a beach in Aruba, and that he asked a friend to dispose of her body at sea.
"She suddenly didn't do anything anymore," Van der Sloot said of the 18-year-old Holloway, in a conversation with a man he believed to be his friend.
Last week, however, Van der Sloot said he was lying when he made those comments during what he thought was a private conversation with a friend and denied that he had anything to do with Holloway's 2005 disappearance.
The exchange, in Dutch, was recorded in a Range Rover that had been rigged with three hidden cameras by Peter R. de Vries, a Dutch television crime reporter who claims the footage solves the mystery surrounding Holloway's disappearance. It was shown on Dutch television.
Van der Sloot said he panicked and tried but failed to revive Holloway before calling a friend with a boat to dispose of the body.
"The ocean is big," he said.