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Mossack Fonseca -- Panama Papers

Mossack Fonseca Files Suit over ‘Panama Papers’ Leak

As Mossack Fonseca representatives like to say, just about every time the subject is raised, the only person or entity in the “Panama Papers” story who is unquestionably guilty of a crime is the anonymous individual who stole their data.

Panama Papers -- The website of the Mossack Fonseca law firm is pictured in this file illustration picture taken April 4, 2016. REUTERS/REINHARD KRAUSE/ILLUSTRATION/FILE

‘Panama Papers’ Source Writes Manifesto Against ‘Income Inequality’

The anonymous source for the “Panama Papers” leak – described by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists as a “whistleblower,” although the Mossack Fonseca law firm of Panama would say “thief” is a better word – has written a lengthy manifesto, reprinted in full by the ICIJ.

Hillary Rodham Clinton, Bill Clinton

Bill and Hillary’s Multi-Million Dollar Shell Game

Of course, even though their shell company is obviously designed to conceal sizable amounts of money from possibly controversial sources, the Left will suddenly decide pass-through financing is completely unremarkable when the Clintons do it. Liberals won’t even bat an eye when Hillary resumes bad-mouthing corporate CEOs, shrieking that there’s “too much money in politics,” and complaining about how every millionaire except herself, and her favorite donors, got rich by unfairly winning the lottery of life.