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Detention of Venezuelan doctor extended PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 25 December 2011 18:16
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The detention for investigation of the Venezuelan doctor, who had illegally practiced one or more aesthetic procedures on Aruba and is possible involved in or caused the death of a young Aruban woman, has been extended for another eight days. The prosecutor requested the prolongation and this was granted by a judge of instruction on the weekend.
 
Court denies prosecutor's request to extend Gary Giordano's detention PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 30 November 2011 15:34
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Wednesday the court denied the request by Aruba's Public Prosecutor, which was appealed the decision by the judge of instruction to release Gary Giordano.
 
Gary Giordano recovers freedom PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 29 November 2011 21:40
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After a few months in jail, Gary Giordano left KIA prison Tuesday evening. A Judge of Instruction denied the prosecutor's appeal to extend his detention, Giordano is a free man. He left prison with his Aruba lawyer mr. Chris Lejuez and his U.S. lawyer Jose Baez.
 
Video: Public Prosecutor's spokesman Taco Stein elaborates on Gary Giordano's release from jail PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 29 November 2011 21:36
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On Tuesday afternoon the Publisc Prosecutor's office in Aruba held a press conference to elaborate on the fact that their main suspect in the dissapearance of Robyn Gardner. Click read more to see the full video. 
 
Public Prosecutor appeals on judge's decision to let Giordano go PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 29 November 2011 16:13
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The public prosecutor has announced they have appealed the judge's decision to free Gary Giordano. Today Gary Giordano be allowed to leave KIA prison.
 
Examining Magistrate extends detention American G.V.G. PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 28 October 2011 14:30
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Today, Friday, October 28, 2011, the judge has considered the request to extend the detention of the suspect G.V.G. in the investigation into disappearance and death of the American woman Robyn Gardner. It has been decided that the detention of the U.S. suspect will be extended with 30 days.
 
Judge of Instruction denies request for Giordano's release PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 17 October 2011 23:50
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A lawyer for Gary Giordano requested the release of his client last week, the Judge's decision was announced on Monday. The process was handled in writing. The Judge of Instruction did not agree with the lawyer's arguments and said that Giordano has to remain detained at least until the 60 days are over.
 
Gardner disappearance suspect has another new lawyer, hearing on Monday PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 15 October 2011 16:50
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Gary Giordano (50) remains detained in Aruba's KIA prison as the main suspect in the disappearance of his travel partner Robyn Gardner (35). Giordano reported Gardner missing on August 2, he was detained by local authorities on August 5.
 
Judge sentences "Blauw" to 15 years imprisonment PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 14 October 2011 20:30
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Friday morning, the judge sentenced the accused, Junior "Blauw" Quant to 15 years in jail for premeditated attempt to murder his partner, Chaldira Vis. This is the maximum sentence in such a case. Blauw shot Chaldira multiple times in an attempt to take her life.
 
U.S. suspect held in Aruba hires new lead attorney PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 14 October 2011 18:47
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A Maryland man being held in Aruba in the disappearance of an American woman there has retained criminal defense attorney Chris Lejuez, the attorney said Friday.

He takes over as lead defense attorney after spending two days in lengthy meetings with Gary Giordano, 50, at the prison in Aruba where Giordano is confined, Lejuez said.

Giordano, who is being held in connection with the disappearance of traveling companion Robyn Gardner, 35, was taken into custody August 5 at the airport in Aruba as he waited for a flight back to the United States. He has been held for 70 days.

Giordano has maintained the pair went snorkeling behind the Nanki Country Club on the southern end of the island and that Gardner vanished in the water as he returned to shore. Authorities say Giordano was the beneficiary of a $1.5 million accidental death insurance policy on Gardner, taken out just days before their trip.

Lejuez said Giordano has never changed his account of what happened; instead, it is the police who come at Giordano with different theories as to what might have happened.

Even after all of their investigating, authorities "cannot prove that a crime has been committed," Lejuez said.

He said that as he's being held in prison, Giordano is simply trying to "hold it together," and "feels boxed in, accused of something he did not do."

At one point in their conversation, Lejuez said, his client "broke down in tears" of frustration.

He will be working with Giordano's U.S.-based attorney, Jose Baez.

Earlier this week, Giordano's other attorney, Michael Lopez, filed a petition arguing for the immediate release of the 50-year-old Maryland man. A hearing will be held Monday morning. It could not be ascertained Friday whether Giordano will be present.

Lejuez, who has 17 years of experience as a criminal defense attorney on the island, represented two Aruban security guards who were arrested early in the Natalee Holloway case in 2005 and subsequently released. The guards had been implicated by Joran van der Sloot, who said he saw a security guard approach Holloway after he dropped her off at her hotel the night she vanished.

Holloway's disappearance remains unsolved. Van der Sloot was arrested but never charged in connection with the disappearance, although he has faced other legal problems since then.

Lejuez bristled at any suggestion of similarity between the Gardner case and the Holloway case.

"You had a suspect that kept changing his story," Lejuez said of van der Sloot. "In this case, (Giordano's) story has been the same."

 
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