Human rights advocates everywhere celebrated the conviction of Alberto Fujimori on Tuesday, April 7th, for crimes committed during his time in office. In a landmark decision, Peru's Supreme Court concluded that Fujimori bore personal responsibility for three massacres during the 1990s, including the case of La Cantuta in which nine university students were kidnapped and killed.
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President Obama, Write One Letter to Stop War Criminals Like Kony
Reaffirming the US signature to the Rome Statute would support the work of the International Criminal Court (ICC) and bolster US leadership in holding perpetrators of mass atrocities accountable for their crimes.