FBI computer review Joran Van der Sloot in Lima March 12, 2011
LIMA| Agents of Federal Bureau of Investigation - FBI, will travel to our country to review the personal computer of Joran Van der Sloot Stephanie Flores.
However, American officials seeking clues about the crime of Natalee Holloway. As we remember the Alabama teen disappeared during a graduation trip to Aruba in 2005. Van der Sloot was the last person seen with Holloway.
According to the CNN program Insession a source close to the case revealed that the FBI looking for clues that could help solve the Holloway case.
Van der Sloot also faces federal charges of wire fraud and extortion charges in the United States, where prosecutors argued that this required more than $ 250,000 to the Holloway family in exchange for revealing the location of her body.
A document of the Court of Justice of Lima was quoted by CNN revealed that FBI agents will meet on March 14 with two agents of the National Police of Peru, who are members of the Division of High Tech Crime.
During the meeting that will access the computer's hard drive for forensic examination. During the inquiry will also attend the Van der Sloot's lawyer and a representative of the Flores family.
CNN also reveals that Van der Sloot's lawyer asked his client to be convicted of the crime of manslaughter for the death of Flores" .In his statement to the police, Joran admitted that he committed the crime, but not in the way the police said.
We have presented a motion to show that he should be charged with aggravated murder," said attorney Max Altez.
By Antonio Manco
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