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Panama Papers


Marina Walker Guevara has managed two massive global investigations for the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists.

Both the 'Panama Papers' and 'Paradise Papers' investigations of offshore tax havens and money laundering involved a global network of dozens of journalists working in six continents.

On this special edition of Global Journalist, Guevara speaks with host Kathy Kiely about the leaks that revealed how some of the world's most wealthy and powerful people hid money offshore, and how ICIJ meticulously combed through millions of documents to make sense of it all.

Sarah Kellogg

The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, based in Washington DC, consists of a group of over 100 journalists around the world that collaborate on investigative stories. ICIJ is the organization that launched the investigation of the Panama Papers, which are more than 11 million leaked documents about the shell corporations of Mossack Fonseca. Marina Walker Guevara, ICIJ’s deputy director, visited the University of Missouri this fall. Walker Guevara to talked to KBIA about the Panama Papers and the process ICIJ went through to break this story.