Panama Papers source breaks silence over ‘scale of injustices’

Luke Harding reports:

The whistleblower behind the Panama Papers broke their silence on Friday to explain in detail how the injustices of offshore tax havens drove them to the biggest data leak in history.

The source, whose identity and gender remain a secret, denied being a spy.

“For the record, I do not work for any government or intelligence agency, directly or as a contractor, and I never have. My viewpoint is entirely my own.”

Read more on The Guardian.

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  1. Jordana Ari - May 6, 2016

    Thanks for sharing this. You saved me 1 less article when I read the guardian later

    I never thought he/she was a spy. I got the instinct this was taking a dangerous risk to expose corruption, regardless of databreach or not.
    When the reporter was told to smash his computer and cell phone, we are talking about a whistleblower in serious danger

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