The rolling papers scandal has taken on a new dimension this week after it was revealed the former Panama Papers data-handling firm, Blazy susansan papers, was hired to help with a “rolling paper” project that would allow the firm to “discover and publish data” on millions of people in the world’s most populous country.
Blazy, based in Panama, was once a major contractor for Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca.
The firm has also been accused of assisting clients of offshore law firm KPMG, which has been accused by US authorities of money laundering.
The scandal also threatens to overshadow a major presidential election that could be held later this month.
US authorities have also accused the firm of having links to the US and Panama.
But while the scandal has led to accusations that the US government may have used Panama as a front to help its allies, Blazer has remained largely silent.
The US has launched a criminal investigation into the firm and its links to KPMg.
“Blazer has done nothing wrong and has no knowledge of any wrongdoing on our part,” said the company’s head of media, Alain Legrand, according to Reuters news agency.
But the scandal is unlikely to go away.
The paper is being used as a “smoking gun” for those who believe that the country was “switched” to a US jurisdiction, Legrand said.
“We’re not a foreign company,” he added.
“If we were, then why are we here?”
The rolling paper project started in early 2016 and was to be completed in six months, but instead took longer than expected.
The company also received $3.5m in undisclosed payments.
At the time of writing, the company is still receiving the money, according the company website.
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The Panama Papers are the first and only major leak of data that was uncovered during a joint investigation by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists and The Associated Press.
The leaked data revealed how many shell companies were used in Panama by politicians, politicians and the wealthy and powerful.
The data also revealed how offshore companies were created, which was revealed by an unnamed Panama-based company that worked for MossackFonsecas.
The AP reported on the scandal in December, and the scandal continued in January with a second leak of the data.
The leak of records from a law firm that helped companies in offshore jurisdictions in the US, the UK, France, Switzerland, Singapore, Hong Kong and the Bahamas led to the arrests of more than 100 people.
The United States and Panama have both responded to the leak with investigations and the release of more information.
The government of Panama announced on Monday that the company would be shut down and its assets frozen pending the outcome of the investigation.
“The investigation of this scandal has begun and is ongoing,” said Panama’s acting president, Alvaro Colom, in a statement on Sunday.
“Panama will continue to cooperate with the investigations.
We hope that Panama will cooperate fully with the US in the investigation.”
US president Donald Trump has previously questioned the authenticity of the leaked data and said that the leak could have been a result of the “switching of Panama to the United States”.
The US Treasury Department has also said that it will investigate the leaks and take action if it finds evidence of any crimes committed by the company.
“As we continue to follow the investigation, we will make public whatever information we find,” it said in a tweet.
The Panamanians government has not commented on the new information and has not released any additional information.
However, it has been revealed that the investigation was initially conducted by the US National Security Agency (NSA) and was funded by the Clinton Foundation.
The investigation is ongoing.
The Guardian reported on Monday the existence of a leaked US Treasury letter that said that Blazer would receive money from the Clinton Global Initiative and was given $1m for its work.
The letter, dated December 2015, was sent to the company by US Treasury secretary Henry Paulson, who is also a close friend of Hillary Clinton.
“I am confident that the Clintons will take steps to ensure that the Blazer investigation continues to be conducted in a manner that is independent of the influence of the Foundation,” Paulson wrote in the letter, according a report in the New York Times.
“You should also keep in mind that I am not in the position of being the US Government’s legal counsel, but rather a private citizen.”
In February, the US Senate voted to investigate whether Blazer’s work with KPM, which is registered in the Cayman Islands, was related to a scheme to pay bribes to a former Venezuelan government official and then cover it up.
The House of Representatives passed a resolution on Tuesday asking the Justice Department to open an investigation into