Chinochet

Chinochet

Alberto Fujimori thought he had the perfect plan to return to Peru.

On November 6, 2005, an immigration agent in Santiago, Chile, came across a passport with a name that seemed vaguely familiar: Alberto Fujimori. It was the controversial former president of Peru, who had been living in Japan for years, and now wanted to enter Chile. Why was Fujimori in Chile and what was he looking for?

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CREDITS

PRODUCED BY
Carlos Meléndez and Victoria Estrada


EDITED BY
Luis Fernando Vargas, Camila Segura and Daniel Alarcón


SOUND DESIGN
Andrés Azpiri


MUSIC
Rémy Lozano


FACT CHECKING
Andrea López-Cruzado


ILLUSTRATION
Carla Berrocal


COUNTRY
Perú and Chile


PUBLISHED ON
11/26/2019

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