Police find bags of shredded documents at Mossack Fonseca's offices
Javier Caraballo, second general attorney of organized crime was in charge of the raid
Several bags of shredded documents were found Friday morning by officials of Panamanian Public Ministry in a raid to the Mossack Fonseca offices in Parque Lefevre, Panama City.
Javier Caraballo, second general attorney of organized crime was in charge of the raid.
Jurgen Mossacks residence, was allegedly raided too. Mossack is one of the two founder partners of Mossack Fonseca.
On april 12, the team lead by Caraballo made a 27 hour seizure at the firm’s headquarters in the banking sector of Panama city.
"If a forensic analysis of the documents shows any evidence that Mossack Fonseca intended to cover illegal activities the Public Mministry could press charges against the firm’s partners", said Ernesto Cedeño, a Panamanian lawyer and political analyst.