RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In the legal drama surrounding the Fujimori clan, the family seems now to seek to use the coronavirus pandemic to their benefit.
After former Peruvian opposition leader Keiko Fujimori was released from custody last Monday, demands for the release of her father, Alberto Fujimori, are now being made. Two of his sons lodged a "habeas corpus" petition and are hoping for their father's release due to the risks of the Covid-19 pandemic in the prison system. However, this request was initially rejected on Tuesday.
The release of his daughter Keiko, under investigation for her . . .