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Peru’s Former President Shoots Himself In The Neck

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Peru’s Former President Shoots Himself In The Neck

Peru’s Former President Shoots Himself In The Neck

According to Business Insider, Peru's former president shot himself in the neck as officers came to arrest him over bribery allegations on Wednesday morning.

García is accused of receiving bribes from Odebrecht, a Brazilian construction company, for a train construction project in Lima during his tenure.

He denies those claims. Odebrecht pleaded guilty to paying officials across Latin America $788 million in exchange for lucrative infrastructure deals.

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