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    The company itself has not been used illegally, but it could be that the company invested money through bank accounts and properties that was illegitimately sourced'. Mossack Fonseca has also been tied to one of Mexico's most notorious drug lords, Rafael Caro Quintero (pictured). He was traced to a Costa Rican estate, which was owned by a shell company established by the Panamanian law Cheap FIFA Coins firm.

    Mossack stepped down from the Panamanian law firm to protect Parry's shell company, enlisting the help of another Panama-based firm, Chartered Management Company, run by American expat Gilbert RJ Straub, to name his replacement.Former undercover agent Robert Mazur later busted Straub in an unrelated money laundering case.