The Panama Papers exposed an alleged scam perpetrated by Egbert Koolman (top right) and his ex-wife Evarina Koolman (bottom right). The scheme stretched from the Caribbean island of Aruba to the offshore banking haven of Panama City (center) to a modest home in Hialeah (bottom left) and included an offshore company set up by controversial law firm Mossack Fonseca.
The Panama Papers exposed an alleged scam perpetrated by Egbert Koolman (top right) and his ex-wife Evarina Koolman (bottom right). The scheme stretched from the Caribbean island of Aruba to the offshore banking haven of Panama City (center) to a modest home in Hialeah (bottom left) and included an offshore company set up by controversial law firm Mossack Fonseca. EDDIE ALVAREZ ealvarez@miamiherald.com
The Panama Papers exposed an alleged scam perpetrated by Egbert Koolman (top right) and his ex-wife Evarina Koolman (bottom right). The scheme stretched from the Caribbean island of Aruba to the offshore banking haven of Panama City (center) to a modest home in Hialeah (bottom left) and included an offshore company set up by controversial law firm Mossack Fonseca. EDDIE ALVAREZ ealvarez@miamiherald.com

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