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Members of the Peruvian police take custody of former Peruvian spy chief Vladimiro Montesinos in Lima after he was arrested in Caracas by Venezuela's military intelligence. (Alejandra Brun - AFP)
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Vladimiro Montesinos Video: Peru After Fujimori and Montesinos
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 The Search for Montesinos Montesinos sightings from Aruba to the Galapagos Islands
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 Peruvian journalist Gustavo Gorriti discussed Vladimiro Montesinos: "He has the dirty secrets on just too many politicians and business people in Peru. Most of those embarassing secrets were on tape. I am told they are on DVD now."
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 Opposition in Peru Presses Campaign Linking Fujimori Aide, Drug Traffickers (The Washington Post, 5/10/92)
Peru's Ex-Intelligence Chief Is Sentenced
Vladimiro Montesinos, who once terrified much of Peru as head of its intelligence agency, was sentenced to more than nine years in prison today for abuse of power under former president Alberto Fujimori.

Camera Has Turned on Peru's TV Stations
Peru's national media, traditionally a fractious, partisan bunch known for giving better than they get, have suddenly become the target of a vigorous investigation into the country's corrupt recent past.

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