The world’s largest document leak went public on April 3, quickly dubbed the “Panama Papers.” These documents detailed the offshore bank accounts of many of the world’s richest people. Steve “Buzz” Thomma and McClatchy D.C. reporter Kevin Hall explain why more American names weren’t on the list. [Editor's note: In a previous version of this video, McClatchy misstated singer Tina Turner was part of the Panama Papers, she was part of a 2015 investigation of private Swiss banking.] Natalie Fertig / McClatchy
The world’s largest document leak went public on April 3, quickly dubbed the “Panama Papers.” These documents detailed the offshore bank accounts of many of the world’s richest people. Steve “Buzz” Thomma and McClatchy D.C. reporter Kevin Hall explain why more American names weren’t on the list. [Editor's note: In a previous version of this video, McClatchy misstated singer Tina Turner was part of the Panama Papers, she was part of a 2015 investigation of private Swiss banking.] Natalie Fertig / McClatchy

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April 04, 2016 8:32 PM

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