We had Mossack & Fonseca already in our sights in 2003 - Panamanians in between shock and denial - Foreign clients abandon Panamanian law firms
La Prensa coming out tomorrow with story about $35 million tax fraud...
After 26 years, convicted Moncada Luna gets to share office space again...
The corrupt former Norieguista goes to jail, but what will his fellow...
The authorities move against Petaquilla and Richard Fifer, while we reveal some inside info about his criminal activities.
Valter Lavitola cut a deal with the prosecution in Italy and has now admitted guilt to bribing Ricardo Martinelli and other Panamanian officials.
A wanted man in the US now acts as prosecutor in the case against a corrupt magistrate who can't keep his dumb mouth shut.
Satan expresses satisfaction after hearing that minister of social development may actually be for sale in upcoming Halloween brawl.
To investigate the Lavitola case, the lawyer college sends a couple of Panamanian Lavitolas to Rome.
Petaquilla liquidity trouble; Taboga land and islands not sold after all, and will J.C. Navarro wipe Noriega's poop off his nose?
Taboganos fear the arrival of oil storage facilities, contaminated beaches, the end of tourism and a decline of property values.
Political prostitution: Raisa Banfield whitewashes reputation of legislate-for-a-fee candidate José Blandón.
Critics in 2006 were right in everything they said about the Panama Canal expansion project, which is now in tatters.