The Washington Post wins April's Least Surprising Headline of the Month award with this entry today:
On a serious note, it's actually an interesting piece. The Post worked with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, which somehow obtained 2.5 million records created by a couple of offshore companies. "Among the 4,000 U.S. individuals listed in the records, at least 30 are American citizens accused in lawsuits or criminal cases of fraud, money laundering or other serious financial misconduct." It's worth a read to get an idea of what kinds of scams and frauds get hidden by these tax havens.