Panama's President Ricardo Martinelli, shown in this Jan. 25, 2012, file photo, was allowed to enter the United States just days after his country’s Supreme Court opened an investigation into charges that he had helped embezzle $45 million from a government school lunch program.
Panama's President Ricardo Martinelli, shown in this Jan. 25, 2012, file photo, was allowed to enter the United States just days after his country’s Supreme Court opened an investigation into charges that he had helped embezzle $45 million from a government school lunch program. Michel Euler AP
Panama's President Ricardo Martinelli, shown in this Jan. 25, 2012, file photo, was allowed to enter the United States just days after his country’s Supreme Court opened an investigation into charges that he had helped embezzle $45 million from a government school lunch program. Michel Euler AP

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