Yesterday, the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) released a database of offshore entities created by the Panama-based law firm Mossack Fonseca, one of the world’s top creators of hard-to-trace secret companies, anonymous trusts and foundations.
The database contains thirteen entities with links to the Castro regime.
They include Amadis Compañia Naviera SA, B.B. Naft Trading SA, Pescatlan SA, Acepex Management SA, Seagulls and Seafoods SA, Comercail Mercadu SA, Travelnet LTD, Resimevis Limited, Mavis Group SA, Tecnica Hidraulica SA, Octagon Industrial LTD, Corporacion Panamericana SA and Labiofam SA.
Ironically, Labiofam S.A. is one of the Castro regime's pharmaceutical companies from where they market various cancer "miracle drug" scams.
Meanwhile, Corporacion Panamericana SA, is a subsidiary of Castro's GECOMEX (Grupo Empresarial del Comercio Exterior), led by Cuba's Minister of Foreign Commerce, Rodrigo Malmierca Diaz.
Malmierca Diaz, a senior Cuban intelligence official in charge of foreign trade and investment for the Castro regime, is a favorite of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Cuba Business Council.
The database also contains eighteen individuals linked to the Castro regime.
It features Victor Moro Suarez, head of the Association of Spanish Businessmen in Cuba; Inocente Osvaldo Encarnacion, director of Tabacuba; Alejandro Gutierrez Madrigal, commercial attache of the Cuban Embassy in London; and Wilfredo Leyva Armesto, director of the Institute of Hydraulic Resources.
Others named are Rolando Diaz Gonzalez, Orlando Romero Merida, Armando Rosales Fernandez, Paola Perticone, Jeroen J. Van Der Lip, Atilio Enrique Wagner, Antonio Gonzalez Checa, Forconi Ignacio Miguel Raul, Katiuska Penado Moreno, Lorenzo Paciello, Wael Bassatina, Ramon Chavez Gutierrez, Miriam Prieto and Jose Luis Baena Carrion.