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“Genocide” and “crimes against humanity” are the words that may come to mind as you learn the truly horrible story of former Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori . . . what he did to 300,000 Peruvian women . . . and how he has yet to pay for his population control crimes.

Exposed by PRI investigations

Rumors were rampant that former Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori was aggressively coercing women into sterilizations they did not want, but it was all hearsay.  So the Population Research Institute (PRI) sent teams of investigators to Peru.  What they uncovered shocked even the most experienced among them.

Coercion bordering on brute force

PRI investigators documented that Peruvian President Fujimori and his sterilization teams were targeting the poorest of Peruvian women, forcing them to “agree” to sterilization through tubal ligations.  Rigid quotas were set – and met!  Women were threatened with loss of food and medical aid for themselves and their children.

Mobile sterilization teams – no obstetrical or gynecological training

To their horror, PRI investigators discovered “mobile sterilization teams” moving from one remote village to the next.  Worse, many doctors performing the sterilizations had no training in gynecology or obstetrics.  When this population control nightmare ended, over 300,000 women had been coerced into sterilization.

Brought to a grinding halt

There’s no telling how much longer these Peruvian population control crimes would have continued if not for the devastating evidence that PRI investigators gathered . . . the PRI press conferences that sounded the alarm . . . and the testimony PRI gave to U. S. Congressional committees.

But as you read these words, Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori – the population control criminal who engineered these crimes – has yet to spend even one day in jail!

Reprinted with permission from Population Research Institute.


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