Alberto Fujimori

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Person.png Alberto Fujimori  Rdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
(murderer, kleptocrat)
BornAlberto Fujimori Fujimori
Lima, Peru
CitizenshipPeruvian,  Japanese
Alma materLa Molina National Agrarian University, University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee
ReligionRoman Catholicism
Children • Keiko Fujimori
• Hiro Alberto Sachi Marcela
• Kenji Fujimori
SpouseSusana Higuchi
Party[[ | ]],  Peru,  Change 90,  Yes Keep,  Popular Force,  [[ | ]],  Japan

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In office
9 January 1993 - 22 November 2000

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In office
28 July 1990 - 5 April 1992

Vladimiro Montesinos assisted him in becoming leader of Peru's government in 1990.


In April 2009, Fujimori was convicted of human rights violations and sentenced to 25 years in prison for his role in murders and kidnappings by the Grupo Colina death squad during his government's battle against leftist guerrillas in the 1990s. The verdict delivered by a three-judge panel marked the first time that an elected head of state has been extradited to his home country, tried, and convicted of human rights violations. Fujimori was specifically found guilty of murder, bodily harm, and two cases of kidnapping.[1][2][3][4][5]

In July 2009 Fujimori was sentenced to 7 and a half years in prison for embezzlement, after he admitted to giving $15 million out of the Peruvian treasury to the former intelligence service chief, Vladimiro Montesinos.[6] Two months later in a fourth trial, he pleaded guilty to bribery and was given an additional six-year term.[7] Under Peruvian law all the sentences must run concurrently, with a maximum length of imprisonment of 25 years.

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  1. Emery, Alex. Peru’s Fujimori Found Guilty on Human Rights Charges, Bloomberg News, 7 April 2009. Accessed 7 April 2009.
  2. "Peru's Fujimori sentenced to 25 years prison". Reuters. 7 April 2009. Retrieved 7 April 2009.Page Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css must have content model "Sanitized CSS" for TemplateStyles (current model is "CSS").
  3. Fujimori declared guilty of human rights abuses (Spanish).
  4. Peru court finds ex-president Fujimori guilty
  5. Fujimori gets 25 years on conviction in human rights case, 8 April 2009
  6. Fujimori convicted of corruption,, 20 July 2009
  7. Fujimori pleads guilty to bribery,, 28 September 2009

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