It looks like Monte Friesner, the Canadian swindler who runs the Panama Sailing School and Pronto Cash, is packing to leave. Or at least he's leaving his apartment in the Bellagio Tower in Punta Pacifica. It's for sale, look here!
Friesner and his wife, Tatiana Nazarova (who holds all assets of the couple), face all kinds of legal trouble in Panama after committing perjury and knowingly filing false criminal complaints, among other things.
It'll be interesting to see what comes first; the secuestros of their assets - including the apartment, priced at $1,285,000.00 - or them being able to sell it.
Most of Friesner's "companies" are in reality empty shells, and even the Panama Sailing School, despite its fancy office on the Amador causeway, doesn't have any yachts registered in Panama that it could rent out or use for commercial purposes.
Are Friesner and Nazarova leaving Panama? We don't really know. Panama would be a much nicer place without them, so let's keep our fingers crossed!