Six attorneys in charge of Keiko Fujimori's and Fuerza Popular political party's defense during the Odebrecht case hearings have been included in the investigation against her for allegedly having obstructed justice.
According to Perez's arguments, the lawyers allegedly put pressure on the witnesses to prevent them from testifying or —otherwise— in order to make false claims at the hearings.
Fujimori's attorney Guiliana Loza is among the accused, along with Arsenio Ore Guardia, Edward Garcia Navarro, Luis Ernesto Lazo Mendoza, Lorena Mariana Gamero Calero, and Danae Alessandra Calderon Castro.
On the other hand, the document requests the extension of the preparatory investigation against Keiko Fujimori and her advisor Vicente Silva Checa for the same reason.
The magistrate pointed out the money came from the Division of Structured Operations —the Brazilian company's bribery department. Thus, the assets —intended for the campaign— were illegal and derived from unaccounted payments.
Likewise, this affirmation was supported by former Odebrecht executives' statements given to the authorities through plea bargain deals.