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Former Peruvian president fell asleep in court - during his trial

March 26 2008
05:50

Ex-Peruvian president Alberto Fujimori, fell asleep at a hearing in court on who knows of the murder and kidnapping in which he is accused. Wake Policy personally judge - ringing the bell.

Only after that the former Peruvian leader woke up and painted a sort of amused smile. The judge inquired about whether the accused has any health problems or whether he was asleep just because he was tired. "I'm very exhausted, the last few days I have numb feet," - said the former president. From the provision of health care policy declined, reports AP.

Recall that the 69-year-old Fujimori in 1990 and 2000. three times elected president of Peru. In September of 2000. country embraced a political crisis in November 2000. A. Fujimori, sought political asylum in Japan, after which he was dismissed from his post as head of state parliament in Peru. In November of 2005. During his stay in Chile, he was arrested by Chilean police and released on bail after six months. In December 2007, the Supreme Court of Peru, Alberto Fujimori declared guilty of abuse of authority and sentenced him to six years in prison.

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