Joran van der Sloot was the last person seen with Natalee Holloway before she disappeared in Aruba in 2005

Despite extensive investigations, no one has been charged with the crime until now in Joran van der Sloot case

Van der Sloot was arrested twice in connection with the case but was released due to lack of evidence

He later confessed to the murder of a Peruvian woman and is currently serving a 28-year sentence in Peru

The US government requested his extradition in 2018 to face charges related to Holloway's disappearance

The Peruvian court approved the extradition against him, but van der Sloot appealed the decision in this case

After a lengthy legal battle, the Peruvian Supreme Court upheld the extradition request of Joran van der Sloot

Van der Sloot's lawyers argued that he could face the death penalty if extradited, but the US government assured Peru that he would not be subjected to capital punishment

The extradition is a significant development in the Natalee Holloway case, which has remained unsolved for nearly two decades

The Holloway family hopes that the extradition will finally bring them closure and justice for their daughter