Fujimori's political career and personal conduct have mostly shown that he was scrupulously honest in most ways, really remarkably so for the leader of a South American country like Peru. He even removed himself from office twice to reassert popular rule and hold elections to validate his legitimacy with a vote of the people. Most of the charges against Fujimori basically stem from allowing too much latitude to his head of National Security, Vladimiro Montesinos, and thus making himself guilty by association. Montesinos was instrumental in crushing the Marxist guerillas in Peru, for which Fujimori allowed him too much power and required too little accountability.
As soon as he left power, the transnational socialist elite began calling for Fujimori's head, with Marxist dictators like Hugo Chavez leading the mob. Garcia is a weak moderate at the head of a radical party which is under the sway of the socialist international and they are determined to get their revenge on Fujimori for the worst of all sins, proving that capitalism works.
In many ways, this situation is reminiscent of the extended persecution of former President Augusto Pinochet of neighboring Chile, who also faced imprisonment and was hounded to death by the international socialist elite for having the gall to raise his country up out of poverty and years of socialist incompetence, proving that capitalism could succeed and bring a failed country to prosperity. Admittedly, Pinochet's route to capitalism was bloodier and harsher, but there is no question that the benefits of his reforms far outweighed any harm he did. All meaningless, because there are no breaks given for the good works of capitalists when Marxists get in power.
Fujimori is certainly a victim, but the ultimate losers will be the Peruvian people as what was a brilliant example of the success of capitalism and representative government takes its first steps towards socialist, bureaucratic statism under the malevolent guiding hand of the transnational socialist elite.