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Photo of the Royal Dockyard Naval Port in Sandy's Parish (Bermuda). A massive leak of documents last November 5, 2017 reported simultaneously in several media an investigation called “Paradise Papers”. Among the 13 million documents of "opaque territories" appear names like those of the Queen Elizabeth II of England or Noor of Jordan. EFE / John G. Mabanglo

13.4 million documents have been published by the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung and disseminated through the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), exposing the tricks of many public figures to evade taxes through tax havens.

[OP-ED]: ¿Conseguirá la Justicia asomarse a la oficina del Fiscal del Distrito tras la condena de Seth Williams?

 07/03/2017 - 10:58
Attorney Michael Coard speaks at April 2017 protest demanding the resignation of DA Seth Williams following Williams' federal corruption indictment. Philadelphia NAACP president Rodney Muhammad (yellow tie) joined others including Mumia Abu-Jamal activist Pam Africa (red tee shirt) and Greg Brinkley (far right) whose investigation ultimately freed a teen in the 911-dialing-dog false arrest. LBWPhoto.

El pomposo y vicioso fiscal se declara culpable de cargos de corrupción en el octavo día de un proceso penal federal sin precedentes. Las autoridades se llevan al fiscal en cuestión a prisión, enmanillado... Así transcurrió otro capítulo de la sórdida saga de Seth Williams, el ex fiscal de distrito (D.A.) de Filadelfia.

[OP-ED]: Will Justice Dawn In DA’s Office Following Conviction of DA Williams?

 07/03/2017 - 10:53
Attorney Michael Coard speaks at April 2017 protest demanding the resignation of DA Seth Williams following Williams' federal corruption indictment. Philadelphia NAACP president Rodney Muhammad (yellow tie) joined others including Mumia Abu-Jamal activist Pam Africa (red tee shirt) and Greg Brinkley (far right) whose investigation ultimately freed a teen in the 911-dialing-dog false arrest. LBWPhoto.

The pompous, pilfering prosecutor pleads guilty to corruption charges on the eighth day of his unprecedented federal criminal trial. Authorities haul this prosecutor off to prison in handcuffs…another segment in the sordid saga of Seth Williams – Philadelphia’s now former District Attorney.

Trump signs order creating commission to investigate alleged voter fraud

 05/12/2017 - 03:38
US President Donald J. Trump and Vice President Mike Pence (R) arrive at an event where Trump later signed an executive order that the White House says 'promotes free speech and religious liberty' and participates in a National Day of Prayer event in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, DC, USA, 04 May 2017. EPA/JIM LO SCALZO

President Donald Trump on Thursday signed an executive order creating an advisory commission on the "integrity" of the US electoral system, which will investigate - among other things - his as yet unsupported claims about massive voter fraud in the November presidential election.

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Trump firmará hoy un decreto para limitar los visados a profesionales extranjeros

 04/18/2017 - 06:06
Members of the "Caravan Against Fear" , an activist group that fights against Trump anti-immigration policies in San Diego, California. EFE/David Maung

El presidente, Donald Trump, firmará este martes una orden ejecutiva para imponer un escrutinio más riguroso a los peticionarios de la H-1B y en lugares de empleo con empleados que tengan esa visa, para confirmar que no hayan desplazado a trabajadores estadunidenses.

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[OP-ED]: Don’t be blinded by the flattery from college recruiters

 01/26/2017 - 08:58
Last February, the Department of Education created a Student Aid Enforcement Unit to respond more quickly and efficiently to allegations of questionable actions, misconduct or suspected fraud by higher education institutions. It aimed to build on steps the Obama administration had taken to protect students from aggressive recruiting practices. 

Many high schools across the country require that sophomores take the preliminary SAT or the practice ACT in preparation for the junior-year tests, which help determine their competitiveness at highly selective schools. When they do this, the students have the option to fill in a bubble on their answer packet agreeing to let prospective schools contact them in the future.

This is how it came to be that on the day after the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, my mailbox was stuffed with 12 (and counting) ego-stroking letters from colleges across the country for my youngest son.

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Esther Cepeda