Despite a videotaped confession, there will still be NO justice for Natalee Holloway.
Although Joran Van der Sloot, the prime suspect in the Alabama teen’s disappearance, recently confessed he disposed of her body, he never admitted he killed her.
Therefore, experts say the most he faces is a slap-on-the-wrist sentence of only six months in jail or a fine of $200.
That’s the penalty under Aruba law for “a person that buries, hides, carries off, or takes off a body with the intention of concealing the death,” according to Dutch attorney Peter Spong.
“It’s outrageous and just plain crazy,” said Art Wood, a former Secret Service agent who helped the Holloway family investigate Natalee’s disappearance. “It’s like getting a parking fine.”
Pick up the new issue of The ENQUIRER for more details.