Обиск на офисите на панамската правна кантора "Мосак Фонсека"

El Salvador special agents raided the offices of the Panama law firm Mossack Fonseca in San Salvador on Friday. Mossack Fonseca gained global publicity following its reported involvement in the Panama Papers leak scandal.
Special agents sealed off the premises with police tape and confiscating documents and computer equipment to be used as evidence in further investigations on the Panama Papers leak. The raid was under the supervision of the country's Attorney General Douglas Melendez.
Released on Sunday by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists and various news organisations, the Panama Papers include a large amount of data exposing widespread international corruption. According to German newspaper Sueddeutsche Zeitung, which was one of the news organisations that leaked the papers, the data "provides rare insights into a world that can only exist in the shadows. It proves how a global industry led by major banks, legal firms, and asset management companies secretly manages the estates of the world's rich and famous: from politicians, FIFA officials, fraudsters and drug smugglers, to celebrities and professional athletes."
The data provided in the leak centres around the activities of Mossack Fonseca over a period from the 1970s until spring 2016. There is believed to be an estimated 11.5 million documents in the Panama Papers, making it the largest leak of its kind. The information provided in the leak purportedly exposes the offshore holdings of 12 current and former world leaders as well as unveiling data on the financial activities of 128 other politicians and public officials from a number of countries.

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