Justice Department charges four linked to Panama Papers
The Justice Department charged four people Tuesday with scheming for decades to hide tens of millions of dollars from the Internal Revenue Service - the first U.S. indictment over an alleged tax-evasion scheme revealed in 2016 through the Panama Papers. The four people charged include a former investment manager, a former U.S. resident, an American accountant, and a Panamanian lawyer who once worked for the firm at the center of the case, Mossack Fonseca.
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