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Panama Papers law firm threatens ‘aggressive’ litigation after massive client data leak

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Panama-based law firm Mossack Fonseca is set to start legal action against the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) over the leak of hundreds of thousands of “stolen” offshore documents which it claims damaged the image of its clients.

“The Consortium has forced us to start aggressive legal action to protect ourselves from acts such as these, which, since they are crimes, must be taken to the proper bodies for due process,” the company said in a statement released on Tuesday, as quoted by AFP.

US government, Soros funded Panama Papers to attack Putin – WikiLeaks

The law firm states that it “condemns” the release of“stolen and in some cases false information” that was obtained through theft of data stored on the company’s private servers. The legal firms says that hacking of its database is a “crime”, and that public access to information can lead to “inaccurate assumptions on individuals, companies and intermediaries.”

Furthermore the company noted that any judgment by the public into what is contained in the leaks is a“misguided speculation about facts taken entirely out of context.” Mossack Fonseca stressed that the law firm has been conducting business under strict judicial guidelines, and did not violate any laws.

It especially notes that the leak damaged not only the company’s image but the images of their clients.


Then there's this: (Video at link!)

US government, Soros funded Panama Papers to attack Putin – WikiLeaks

Washington is behind the recently released offshore revelations known as the Panama Papers, WikiLeaks has claimed, saying that the attack was “produced” to target Russia and President Putin.




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