Court orders Peru's Fujimori extradicted     (AP)

About Court orders Peru's Fujimori extradicted (AP)


  International Military Forums > The Off-Topic Zone > Political Discussions
User Name
Password

 
September 21st, 2007   #1
News Manager
 

Court orders Peru's Fujimori extradicted (AP) info


AP - Chile's Supreme Court on Friday ordered the extradition of former Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori to face trial at home for corruption and human rights violations, including accusations that he ordered the death squad killings of 25 people.



More...
 
--
September 21st, 2007   #2
A Can of Man
 
 
That guy should have stayed in Japan.
 
September 22nd, 2007   #3
rock45
 

Not a good move info


I follow Peru's armed forces a little I like Mig-29s and Mirage 2000s and can't believe he even went to Chile. Nothing good could come out of stepping on South American soil never mind going to Chile right next to Peru. You would think a ex-President would have advisers or former staff that would say sir this is a bad idea.

On a different note a friend of mine from Chile said Peru should have a little less $600 million extra for military purchases in 2008. Maybe Peru's AF will get their Mig-29s or Mirage 2000s upgraded? I wonder how many of both types are even flying. This web site I was at about a year or so ago mention that 7 or 8 Mig-29s are flying and only 3 Mirage 2000.
 
September 22nd, 2007   #4
03USMC
 
 
He went to Chile because when all is said and done he's Peruano not Japanese. He's more comfortable in South America. And probably has assets in Chile.


Sgt. Rafael Peralta ,United States Marine Corps
Company A, 1st Bn, 3rd Marine Regt, 3rd Marine Divison

We will never forget your valor and sacrifice.

Semper Fi !
 
September 22nd, 2007   #5
A Can of Man
 
 
The Japanese were keeping him safe though. His life. His decision.
 
September 24th, 2007   #6
03USMC
 
 
He maybe crazy like a fox. I've been watching SUR-Peru trying to keep up with this. He's got alot of support in Peru with the upper and middle classes.

He did provide a level of economic stability and he did pretty much get rid of Sendero Luminoso and MRTA. So he is somewhat of a hero to people who can assist him (money). If he gets off he'll be right back in some position in Lima.

And a sad fact is anything can be bought in Most of Latin America.
 
September 24th, 2007   #7
A Can of Man
 
 
Same goes to much of the world actually.
 



Similar Topics
U.S. Asks Court To Limit Lawyers At Guantanamo
Court To Oversee U.S. Wiretapping In Terror Cases
Hussein, Back in Court, Is Combative and Feisty
Who Should Bush nominate for Supreme Court?
Peru Wants Intl Court to Take on Fujimori Case