GREENWICH — Greenwich attorney John Q. Kelly has strong memories of his encounters with Joran van der Sloot, especially the time he spent with him in a hotel room in Aruba in 2010. That’s when the chief suspect in the disappearance of Natalee Holloway had promised to give information about the case — for a price.
“Big. Scary. Boastful. Full of himself. Tough guy. Tats. Shaved head,” recalled Kelly, an expert in “wrongful death” litigation, who was retained by Natalee Holloway’s mother, Beth Holloway, to seek justice for her daughter.
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