Holloway-Twitty spoke to Van der Sloot for five minutes this past Wednesday before police noticed her and told her to leave because she didn't have permission to talk with him. No one knows what the exchange was between the mother and suspected killer of her daughter.

This was her first face to face meeting with him since the night after her daughter disappeared. According to Holloway-Twitty's lawyer, John Kelly, "She's still looking for answers about her daughter. She wants to bring her daughter home."

When asked if it was a good idea for his client to meet with him, Kelly responded, "I can give her legal advice. She's a mother without a daughter. I know she didn't tell me ahead of time because I would have asked her to exercise a little more caution."

According to a Peruvian reporter Van der Sloot, 23, "refused to answer" questions about Natalee's disappearance.

Van der Sloot has told several stories about how Natalee vanished on the Dutch island of Aruba in 2005 after last being seen with him.

Earlier this year, he allegedly tried to extort $250,000 from Natalee's mom in exchange for revealing the location of her body, and then took it back.

He was busted in Chile after allegedly killing Stephany Flores in Peru. Police say he strangled her in a rage after she read an email linking him to the Holloway case.

So what do our viewers think about Natalee's mom meeting with Van der Sloot?

Mookman31: This guy, get it over with already. Take him out back, shoot him, bill his family for the bullet.

BabaBooey: Listen, I get it. She's suffering from the loss of a child (murder).

But at what point to do realize that this guy is not going to give it up. He doesn't care what she feels. He tried to EXTORT 250k FROM her using her emotions against her.

So I find it a little wacky for her to fly out to peru, sneak into a prison, and try and get info out of him. IT DOESN'T WORK!! Her antics led to another girl losing her life. Give it up already.

Even IF he tells her something, she really going to believe it at this point??

VitoSerena: Mrs. Holloway - Twitty will not be able to move on with her life until such time as her daughter's body is found and a proper burial is performed. So, until that happens, it's impossible for anyone to move forward because you're always searching, looking and wondering.

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