Crime in Peru: Fugitives Wanted
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 29. Chapters: Fugitives wanted by Peru, Peruvian criminals, Peruvian prisoners and detainees, Prisoners andMorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 29. Chapters: Fugitives wanted by Peru, Peruvian criminals, Peruvian prisoners and detainees, Prisoners and detainees of Peru, Alberto Fujimori, Joran van der Sloot, Vladimiro Montesinos, William Trickett Smith II, Abimael Guzm n, Human trafficking in Peru, Moises Wolfenson, scar Ram rez, Domestic violence in Peru, Pishtacos, Illegal drug trade in Peru, Zen n Noriega Ag ero, V ctor Joy Way, Antauro Humala, Jaime Yoshiyama, Julio Salazar, Santiago Mart n Rivas, V ctor Polay, Elsa Canchaya, Lady Bardales. Excerpt: Connection Timeout Alberto Fujimori Fujimori )- pronounced ) (born 28 July 1938) served as President of Peru from 28 July 1990 to 17 November 2000. A controversial figure, Fujimori has been credited with the creation of Fujimorism, uprooting terrorism (Sendero Luminoso) in Peru and restoring its macroeconomic stability, though his methods have drawn charges of authoritarianism and human rights violations. Even amidst his 2008 prosecution for crimes against humanity relating to his presidency, two-thirds of Peruvians polled voiced approval for his leadership in that period. A Peruvian of Japanese descent, Fujimori fled to Japan in 2000 amidst a corruption scandal, where he attempted to resign his presidency. His resignation was rejected by the Congress of the Republic, which preferred to remove him from office by the process of impeachment. Wanted in Peru on charges of corruption and human rights abuses, Fujimori maintained a self-imposed exile until his arrest during a visit to Chile in November 2005. He was finally extradited to face criminal charges in Peru in September 2007. In December 2007, Fujimori was convicted of ordering an illegal search and seizure, and was sentenced to six years in prison. The Supreme Court upheld the decision upon his appeal. In April 2009, Fujimori was convicted of human rights violat...