I was in Lima, Peru, in 1985 the day he was installed into office as President, and the Lima airport was a madhouse of people trying to get out of the country.
I, my wife, and my newborn son were among them, at the airport to escape.
In addition to a $50 exit visa for Americans, , had to pay one of the airport mafia $50 to get my and my wife's airline tickets validated and stamped.
They went to the head of a very long line, and jumped the counter and "chatted" with the agent
I very much like the method that the Japanese used to make sincere apologies for serious transgressions under the Bushido Code.
The fact that an apology is truly sincere cannot be doubted.
You sit at a table across from the person you have wronged with ceremonial towels, and ceremonial knife, and you apologize verbally, and cut off a complete finger, wrap it in one of the ceremonial towels, and slide it across the table, to the person you wronged.
If the apology is not considered
LIMA – A former Peruvian president has died after shooting himself in the head after police arrived at his home in the capital Lima to arrest him in connection with a bribery investigation.
Alan Gabriel Ludwig García Pérez, 69, was president of Peru from 1985 to 1990 and from 2006 to 2011. He also served in Congress.
On Wednesday morning, García shot himself in the head in his bedroom when the police were preparing to arrest him for allegedly laundering assets linked to the Brazilian c
US heiress Clare Bronfman has pleaded guilty to her role in an alleged sex trafficking operation.
Bronfman, the 40-year-old heir to the Seagram alcohol fortune, was accused of using more than $100m (£77m) to fund the suspected sex cult Nxivm.
She pleaded guilty on two counts - conspiracy to conceal and harbour illegal immigrants for financial gain, and fraudulent use of identification.
She told the court in Brooklyn that she was "truly remorseful".
"I wanted to do good in the
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