Wednesday, November 22
Meanwhile, the National Security Archive, a posted on its website a collection of declassified U.S. documents on Vladimiro Montesinos, Fujimori's discredited security advisor. The information is disappointing. The seven documents mainly repeat charges made in the Peruvian media. Anything that might represent US comments has been blacked out. It is reassuring to know that U.S. intelligence does read the Lima newspapers. The CIA must have had very good reasons for sticking with their friend. The most damning report about CIA tolerance appeared in the Washington Post shortly after Fujimori announced he was leaving office. You will have to locate the story in the archive.
Otherwise, read Ghosts of Fujimori Stalk Peru in the LA Times.