The significance of Fujimori’s conviction

April 8, 2009

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.

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