Japanese financial conglomerate Nomura recommends to ditch Panama bonds and execute an "exit strategy" if you own them. UBS warns about reckless spending by Martinelli.
Ron McGrew killed an innocent Panamanian. First the court convicted him to 5 years in jail, but now we read on the racist killer fanzine Panama Guide that the Supreme Court has apparently overturned that decision and dropped all charges.
As a victim of a crime in Panama, you're pretty much screwed. You're even more screwed if expats help the criminals get away. Welcome to Taboga. Meet Cynthia Mulder, of the Cerrito Tropical Bed & Breakfast.
Martinelli has cancelled a trip to Mexico and remains invisible now that Italian prosecutors and witnesses have revealed details about him and others receiving massive bribes from Valter Lavitola.
Monte Friesner, of the collapsing Pronto Cash scheme, saw at least three previous swindles implode because of Marvin Elkind, a chauffeur and goon for mafia bosses who became a secret undercover weapon for police agencies around the world.
Using a license that is only good for pawn shops, Pronto Cash offers a myriad of banking services including fund transfers, mortgages, payday loans and medical loans/insurance.
The US embassy is leaking intelligence information about Gustavo Perez's activities in setting up special forces with former Noriega cronies that could commit a coup.
Police chief and Noriega loyalist Gustavo Perez now orders which laws can be discussed in National Assembly and which ones can't.
In case you didn't know, my dear guests, you are currently finding yourself at a fundraiser party for our star of the evening, formerly known as "Rex Freeman" and now reborn as Mark Boswell. We all know that he doesn't just feel alone, but things haven't been going too well for him scam-wise either.
Only under Martinelli has Panama had to live through no less than three deadly crises to protect the shady business interests of the government's associates.
As we are entering the third day of street battle and protests after the police started to crack down on Ngöbe protesters with live ammo and teargas, we're blogging events live here as they happen.
Martinelli's deputees have been told to pass draconian law that would allow for censorship of media and websites and pave the way for dictatorship, vast majority of Panamanians fear.