May 10, 2016 – Alan Gomez, @alangomez USA Today
Former Falcons football player among 360,000 listed in latest release
The journalism organization behind the Panama Papers publicly released data Monday on more than 360,000 people and companies that have used offshore accounts to hide assets, including 36 Americans accused of fraud and other financial crimes.
The International Consortium of Journalists, which managed the investigation and initial release of the Panama Papers in early April, highlighted the cases of several in the USA but did not provide details on all the American cases.
Leonard Gotshalk, a former offensive tackle for the Atlanta Falcons who lives in Oregon, was being scrutinized by the Securities and Exchange Commission in 2010 when federal prosecutors in Philadelphia unsealed an indictment against him in a scheme that used kickbacks to inflate the price of technology stocks, according to the consortium. [READ MORE]