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Casino Staff Warned About Van der Sloot Before Murder

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posted on Jun, 8 2010 @ 07:47 AM
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A Peruvian musician , Roberto Blades , who was playing poker with Van der Sloot and recognized him , warned casino staff to keep an eye on him after informing them of who he was and the details of the Natalie Holloway case .

Van der Sloot was attempting to get Blades to hang out with him to help him pick up females . Blades recognized several characteristics of Van der Sloot's behaviour that were consistent with the events that led up to the disappearance of Natallie Holloway .

Blades left town only to return days later to be informed by the very person that he had warned , that a girl had been murdered .

What makes this case even more bizzare is that Mark Fuhrman , the L.A. homicide detective who screwed up the evidence in the O.J.Simpson trial , is in Peru reporting on the case for Fox News .

Watch the video and note how Fuhrman points out all the hard objects in the room that could cause injury .

In my opinion , he doesn't do this to help the victim but , does it to show how the victim could have struck her head and break her neck in an accident during a struggle . This guy is a real piece of work .

Van der Sloot has also reportedly been trying to extort money from the Holloway family in exchange for disclosing the location of Natallie's remains . He has allegedly said he hid her in an island marsh .

Days before his arrival in Peru , $15,000 was placed into his bank account .

What a scumbag this guy is . He should be dropped off in the heart of an American inner-city to face some real street-justice .

I think Peru has him on this one tho , as long as they get him on murder instead of manslaughter .


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[edit on 8-6-2010 by okbmd]




posted on Jun, 8 2010 @ 09:58 AM
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And , her body wasn't discovered for two days ?

What kind of casino/hotel doesn't have housekeeping clean the rooms every day ?



posted on Jun, 8 2010 @ 10:06 AM
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Ever heard of a Do Not Disturb sign?

Every hotel has them.



posted on Jun, 8 2010 @ 10:22 AM
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As a matter of fact , I have ., as I've stayed in motels thousands of times .

Ever heard of watching the video ? No sign was on the door when he left , nor did he place one there .

What , you didn't figure I was smart enough to consider that ?



posted on Jun, 8 2010 @ 10:33 AM
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Considering you cant see the doorknob in the video, how can you say there wasnt a sign?

Since youve stayed in motels "thousands of times", you should know the Do Not Disturb sign usually hands from the doorknob.



posted on Jun, 8 2010 @ 10:57 AM
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Well , apparently Fox has placed their tags across the bottom of the screen .

YES , I know where the sign hangs from .

Do you have anything to contribute in the way of discussion , or are you just trolling for an argument ?



posted on Jun, 8 2010 @ 11:01 AM
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You asked the question, I simply answered it for you.

There isnt any conclusive evidence to criticize the housekeeping staff for not finding the body.

If anything, criticize the hotel management for letting this douchebag stay there after they were made aware of his identity.



posted on Jun, 8 2010 @ 11:09 AM
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reported on Nancy Grace last night, their correspondent was on location and found out from the hotel that Joran, upon leaving the room, told staff "don't bother my girl". It was reported that a phone call came in for that room and staff patched it through but no answer after several tries. Staff alerted supervisor who checked the account and saw that Joran hadn't paid for the room in 2 days and went to check the room out by using a key. She found the body and reported it to authorities. No mention of a "do not disturb" sign other than he told staff not to bother her.



posted on Jun, 8 2010 @ 12:47 PM
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Sounds like they were running a real tight ship , huh ?

He hadn't paid his rent for the past two days and nobody bothered to check the room out .

Every time I have stayed in a motel , if I wasn't out by check-out time , they ALWAYS called the room to inquire whether I would be staying an extra night . ALWAYS .

And here , you have these guys letting it slide for two days ?

Something doesn't add up here .




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