The Second National Criminal Appeals Chamber on Friday rejected the appeal filed by Fuerza Popular party leader Keiko Fujimori against the 36-month preventive detention ordered by Judge Richard Concepcion Carhuancho.
Likewise, the Chamber concludes that —although Fujimori does not pose a high risk of flight— there is a risk of disrupting the probe.
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.