“Danny… you where the one who is Havana four weeks before Chavez died!”
“Yeah I know… I should have got a selfie!” 😀
“What I’m interested in is… Atlantis!” 😀
“The Lost Continent of Atlantis, as described by Plato… it’s in the Caribbean, the Venezuelan basin… I’m telling ya!”
“Cuba, Dominican Republic, Venezuela… I went to Brazil and Odebrecht for information… we’ll find Atlantis under the Venezuelan basin!”
Leaked files include names of ex-presidential security chief and wife, who amassed a fortune
“This smells like Chávez’s money”: how offshore Panama firm reacted to documents of couple close to Venezuela’s ex-president
A new Panama Papers leak reveals how Mossack Fonseca dealt with politically connected Venezuelans who were later arrested in Spain.
The massive legal firm data leak known as the Panama Papers have exposed business dealings that allowed the government of Venezuela under Hugo Chávez to use Cuban money to purchase advanced passport technology from Germany. Venezuela would later be accused of falsifying passports for Hezbollah terrorists.
The revelation surfaced as part of the 11.5 million documents leaked to the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung from the Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca, later handed over for aid in analysis to a number of journalistic outlets, most prominently the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ). The ICIJ has set up a website to help parse the information in these documents, and one website specifically for the revelations surfacing on the government of Venezuela.
In the wake of the scandal, it became harder to launder money through investment in Panamanian real estate for Venezuelans who grew rich on the back of their political connections
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