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Panama Papers

TheWorldNewsOrg

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The newspapers releasing this information leak say the 'next shoe to drop' will be HUGE. 

Some are speculating that this could greatly influence the 2016 US Presidential Elections.

I'll post more news links soon in World News for sure and would love to hear your thoughts on some of the hypocrisy being exposed.



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