Jailed former Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori lost a third bid for freedom on Tuesday as a judge declined to release him during an extradition case. Judge Orlando Alvarez rejected a request by Fujimori’s defense to let the 67-year-old former leader stand trial while free or under house arrest. He is being held at an academy for corrections officers. “Given the security conditions at his current arrest site, which guarantees his physical integrity, he should remain there,” ruled Alvarez, who has questioned Fujimori there three times. Full Story
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