I didn’t quite realize what a milestone it is:

Today, a three-judge panel of the Peruvian Supreme Court handed down a 25-year sentence, marking the first time an elected head of state has been convicted of human rights violations in his own country.

I can only hope the administration let Rick Wagoner go at GM to buy themselves cover for future management shakeups at the banks.

As Clayton Christensen of HBS details at HuffPo Wagoner was a great manager who was well on his way to fixing the decades of mistakes made by previous chiefs.

Actually, my wildest wishes would be that Rick is hiding in some warehouse right now explaining to Steve Jobs how cars are built so he can take over and bring GM back.  One can dream.