Following The Money: Lessons From The Panama Papers, Part 1: Tip Of The Iceberg


Following The Money: Lessons From The Panama Papers, Part 1: Tip Of The Iceberg

Lawrence J. Trautman
American University; Oklahoma City University – School of Law; George Washington University

May 23, 2016

Abstract:

Widely known as the “Panama Papers,” the world’s largest whistleblower case to date consists of 11.5 million documents and involves a year-long effort by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists to expose a global pattern of crime and corruption where millions of documents capture heads of state, criminals and celebrities using secret hideaways in tax havens. Involving the scrutiny by over 400 journalists worldwide, these documents reveal the offshore holdings of at least several hundred politicians and public officials, including the prime ministers of Iceland and

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