On April 7, 2009 at noon, the Special Criminal Chamber of the Supreme Court, headed by the now head of the Judiciary, César San Martín, unanimously sentenced former President Alberto Kenya Fujimori to 25 years in prison for crimes against humanity .
According to the judgment, he was found responsibility as perpetrator of the crimes of homicide (murder under aggravating circumstance of treachery) and serious injury cases Cantuta and Barrios Altos , and aggravated kidnapping with the cruel journalist Gustavo Gorriti and businessman Samuel Dyer.
This was the first time a Peruvian leader was arrested, tried and imprisoned.
According to this historic ruling, Fujimori will release on February 10, 2032, at the age of 93.
Two days ago also marked the 20th anniversary of the coup that perpetrated the April 5, 1992, when he closed Congress and the judiciary intervened.