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Too Many Jobs, Not Enough Employees in Panama...

Employment & JobsPanama's economy, which grew 8.4% in 2013, spurred the generation of 50,000 new jobs, but the country does not have the skilled labor necessary to meet the demand. (more)

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CD Call Center Scandal: Charges Filed, Arrests Ordered

CorruptionPanama's Second Anti Corruption Prosecutor, Lizeth Chevalier, today announced that she has formally charged and ordered the arrest of those responsible for the call center operated by the Democratic Change political party. (more)

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Geezers Close Transistmica - Demanding More Money

Protests & DemonstrationsFor the fourth consecutive day retirees have protested by closing roads as leverage, to demand that the national government increase their pensions by $50 per month. (more)

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"Pirate" Taxi Drivers Meet With National Assembly President

Cars & TransportationDrivers of "pirate" taxis met with the President of the National Assembly, Adolfo Valderrama, and the president of the Transport Committee, Diogenes Vergara in the Legislature. (more)

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Key Customer Database Erased From Financial Pacific's Computer Servers

Money MattersA criminal complaint for offenses against the security of legal technological information reveals how apparently two databases were completely erased, from the Financial Pacific brokerage house, just as government officials were taking over to protect investors. (more)

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Foreigners Abducted At Gunpoint After Arriving At Tocumen International Airport in Panama City

Crime & PunishmentA Peruvian couple were abducted as they were driving from the Tocumen International Airport in a car, and were intercepted by criminals in a taxi. (more)

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Government Warns Pirate Bus Drivers "We Are Not Going To Negotiate With Illegals"

Cars & TransportationYesterday the Cabinet Council decided to create a commission that will renegotiate the contract with the company MiBus. (more)

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Pirate Bus Drivers Block Roads - Cause Chaos

Protests & DemonstrationsA group "pirate" bus drivers have blocked the highway leading towards Panama City and the Centennial Bridge, causing a massive vehicular traffic jam. (more)

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Varela Sets Conditions On Sanction Of Electoral Reforms

PoliticsPresident Juan Carlos Varela, who had steered clear of the subject of electoral reforms, expressed his opinion yesterday and said he would not sanction the bill if it is retroactive to results being challenged in the last elections. (more)

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Arrest made in Panama slaying of Ottawa businessman

Expat TalesA one-time family friend has been arrested in the slaying of a former Ottawa businessman whose body was found inside a discarded suitcase in Panama’s oldest national park.

The decomposed body of Ed Moynan, 68, the longtime owner of Centennial Glass, was found in March 2013, four months after he disappeared from his retirement home in the coastal city of Coronado, Panama.

Ludwig Vico Pereira, 56, a Swiss national, was arrested late last week by police in Coronado; he had been the subject of an Interpol arrest warrant.

Moynan’s daughter, Sandra Moynan-Longworth, reacted to news of the arrest on her Facebook page: “They finally arrested the main suspect in my father’s murder over a year-and-a-half later … finally some justice.”

In an interview, Moynan-Longworth told the Citizen that Pereira once lived in the same Coronado neighbourhood as her parents and frequently dined at their home. Pereira — known to his friends as Lewis — even spent Christmas with the Moynan family.

“They were very, very close,” said Moynan-Longworth. “But that friendship was just one big façade.”

Moynan-Longworth said her father was shot in the head before being packed into a suitcase. She doesn’t believe Pereira pulled the trigger but that he was likely part of a larger criminal conspiracy. She said more arrests are expected.

The family, she added, has resolved to apply public pressure to see that justice is done.

“We’re sick of being scared,” she said. “When dad disappeared for those first four months, we didn’t know if we were waiting for a ransom demand or what we were dealing with. But now we’re not scared. Now we’re just angry.”

The family doesn’t know what motivated the killers, Moynan-Longworth said, but she suspects it had something to do with her father’s purchase of several pieces of land in Panama. He recognized the country was about to boom, she said, and invested in local real estate soon after retiring.

“I guess he must have gotten in somebody’s way,” she said.

Panama is known as a major transit point for drugs headed to the U.S. and has long been used by cartels to launder their money.

Born and raised on a farm in Quebec’s Eastern Townships, Ed Moynan went into business after high school, first as a ski manufacturer and then, in Ottawa, as the longtime owner of Centennial Glass.

He moved to Panama three years ago with his wife, Louise, after they retired. He had fallen in love with the country while visiting his sister Ruth, who had moved there years earlier.

Moynan disappeared from his home in a gated Panama community on Nov. 8, 2012, while his wife was visiting family in Ottawa. She returned to their home in Coronado days later to find her husband’s glasses broken on the floor and some furniture scratched and out of place. His wallet, identification and laptop were also found inside the house. Moynan and his rental car — a Kia Rio used while his own was at the garage — were gone.

At first, police treated it as a simple missing persons case, but it later turned into a criminal investigation.

The family has hired three different lawyers since Moynan first went missing in order to pressure the police to advance the case.

Moynan’s abandoned rental car was found in January 2013 at a local shopping mall parking lot. But it wasn’t until March 1, 2013, that some workers at Altos de Campana National Park discovered human remains stuffed inside a suitcase left along the roadside.

The park, which offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean from its hills, is about an hour’s drive from Coronado.

The body was conclusively identified as Moynan’s through DNA testing.

A recent report on an English-language Panamanian website, Playacommunity.com, suggests authorities believe the arrested suspect did not act alone and that three or four other people could have been involved in Moynan’s abduction and killing, including a deported Canadian.

There is still no official information about a motive for the killing, but it is believed that Moynan had a significant amount of cash on hand. According to Don Winner, editor of the website Panama-Guide.com, Moynan purchased two plane tickets on his credit card for a neighbour, who paid him $1,500 in cash, on the day that he disappeared. (Ottawa Citizen)

Editor's Comment: Correct. Moynan had purchased the plane ticket for his friend and neighbor, Ludwig Vico Pereira. It was one of those things where Moynan had a credit card and he used it to purchase the plane ticket online. Pereira then paid him the $1,500 cash for the plane ticket. As a matter of fact, on the day Moynan disappeared, Pereira flew back to Europe using that same plane ticket.

You can easily make the argument Pereira flew to Europe in order to establish an alibi for himself, especially if he had paid someone to kill Moynan and he knew when it was going to take place. And then Pereira did a relatively ballsy thing - he returned to Panama and went about his life as if nothing had happened.

I've been following this case for a very long time, and haven't been able to write much about it, waiting for an arrest to take place. I suspect there will be a couple of more people arrested, those who actually pulled the trigger and disposed to Moynan's body.

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Arrest made in Panama homicide of Ottawa's Ed Moynan

Expat Tales A Swiss man has been arrested in the killing of an Ottawa man in Panama, CBC News has learned.

Ed Moynan disappeared in 2012 and was later found dead.

Ed Moynan's body was found in a suitcase in Panama in March 2013, in a park not far from the gated community where he lived with his wife, Louise Moynan.

He was 68 and had been reported missing in November 2012.

A 56-year-old Swiss man the couple knew as a neighbor was arrested in connection to the case on Friday, according to Louise Moynan and her lawyer, Carlos Sanad.

Ludwig Pereira had been the subject of an international police bulletin that said he was wanted on suspicion of homicide.

"We had reliable information that one of the suspects was walking freely in Panama City … I'm also a consultant with the national police of Panama, we started working on the case and thank God we had an effective arrest of the suspect," Sanad said in an interview with All in a Day host Stu Mills.

"The problem in Panama is there's a lot of people wanted ... in Panama, we the attorneys have to act like investigators, we have to act as lawyers, we have to act as police; myself I was waiting for this guy last Friday with my handcuffs and my gun just in case the backup didn't show up."

Swiitzerland's Ludwig Pereira has been arrested in connection with the death of Ed Moynan, a 68-year-old Ottawa native living in Panama. (INTERPOL)

"It's very difficult to me, going back to this," Louise Moynan told CBC News on Tuesday morning. "All I'm praying for is that whoever did this ... are [brought] to justice. That's all I'm hoping for, that justice is served.

"I don't think I have enough vocabulary, words to describe the frustration. It's been very very difficult," she said, adding that it's been hard to deal with a judicial system she doesn't understand.

The couple had moved to the beach town of Coronado after selling their Ottawa business, Centennial Glass. Louise Moynan returned to Ontario after her husband disappeared.

At the time, police in Panama said the couple's home was found ransacked. Moynan's broken glasses, wallet and watch were also found in the home.

Sanad told CBC News an investigation suggests there may have been others involved in the killing, a crime which carries a maximum penalty of 50 years in prison in Panama.

He added the time this case has taken means prosecutors will have to ask their superior court for an extension before Pereira is formally charged or conditionally discharged. (cbc.ca)

Editor's Comment: Ed Moynan gave Ludwig Pereira a large sum of money to invest in real estate in Chiriqui, and he was supposed to return a profit. The investments didn't pan out, and Pereira poorly spent and mismanaged the money. Moynan began to pressure Pereira to return the money, and then shortly thereafter Moynan disappeared.

Ludwig Pereira has been the primary suspect in this case from day one. It's good to see the slowly turning wheels of justice in Panama have finally caught up to him. I suspect he probably paid someone else to actually do his dirty work for him. Let's see what comes out, now that he's sitting in a DIJ holding cell, looking at a 50 year murder rap.

Consider this. William Dathan Holbert and Laura Michelle Reese were expats, and all six of their victims were also expats. Javier Martin is a Spaniard (expat) who killed the American Don North and Frenchman Jean Pierre Bouhard. The American Brian Brimager killed his American girlfriend Yvonne Baldelli in Bocas del Toro. And now here's yet another case of one expat killing another. It seems apparent expats living in Panama should be most concerned about the possibility of being killed by another expat...

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Panama Canal chief says ship sizes could be restricted if drought continues

WeatherThe head of the Panama Canal Authority says officials might be forced to limit the draft of ships by the end of this year or early in 2015 if a drought continues and lowers the level of lakes that feed the waterway's locks.

Jorge Luis Quintano tells Panama's Channel 2 television station that unusually light rainfall has dropped the level of Lakes Gatun and Alajuela. He says he's hoping for healthy rainfall in the normally rainy months of October, November and December. But he noted in the Sunday interview that last November's rains were the lowest for that period in the 100-year history of the canal.

Thirty-eight to 40 ships transit the canal daily between the Pacific and Atlantic oceans, carrying some 5 percent of world maritime trade. (AP)

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Police Dismantle Extortion Ring in Cocle

Crime & PunishmentFour subjects were arrested and a firearm was seized, the result of an operation carried out by the Directorate of Judicial Investigation (DIJ) of the National Police and the Prosecutor in the province of Cocle. (more)

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"Forced Liquidation" Of Financial Pacific Ordered

Money MattersOn Monday Panama's Superintendency of Market Securities ordered the forced liquidation of Financial Pacific, following the intervention decreed against the company a few weeks ago. (more)

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Government Will Tear Down 21 Old Buildings in Panama City and Colon

Real EstateThe Director of the National Project Coordination (Conapro), Lenin Villalba, reported on Tuesday afternoon that in the coming days, 21 buildings will be demolished in Panama City and Colon, the provinces with the largest number of buildings that are in poor condition. (more)

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Panamanian Journalists Colluding With Drug Traffickers

Drug TraffickingThe phrase "journalism against drug trafficking" is now in doubt, after the First Anti Drug Prosecutor confirmed for the first time in our country, an alleged connection between journalists and groups of organized drug traffickers. (more)

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National Assembly Funds Paid For CD Smear Campaigns (Call Centers)

CorruptionLast April, when the call center scandal broke, the government ministers of the administration of then president Ricardo Martinelli denied that the Democratic Change political party was using public funds for its operation. (more)

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Colombia Asks Costa Rica To Deport María del Pilar Hurtado (If They Find Her)

Panama NewsColombia's Foreign Ministry today formally requested the Government of Costa Rica to search for and deport Maria del Pilar Hurtado, who is accountable to the Colombian Justice system for a web of espionage which occurred while she was the chief of intelligence. (more)

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"Disorder" Detected In Public Finances

Money MattersIn the twilight of the administration of Ricardo Martinelli, the Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF) approved the sum of $600 million in outstanding loans without the necessary income to support new spending. (more)

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Electoral Prosecutor Finally Reappears, After Dodging The Press For Months

PoliticsAfter months of avoiding the press, the electoral prosecutor Eduardo Penaloza finally appeared, and he said he would resign from his office and that he has acted in accordance with the law. (more)

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Panama Implementing Tight Controls To Keep Ebola Virus Out

HealthcareThe Health Minister, Javier Terrientes announced on Thursday they are maintaining tight security controls in all of the country's borders and the Tocumen International Airport, in order to prevent the entry of people from West Africa, Europe or countries where currently the Ebola virus (has become an epidemic). (more)

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16 Nations conducting PANAMAX 2014 exercise

Panama NewsMIAMI -- PANAMAX 2014, an annual U.S. Southern Command (SOUTHCOM)-sponsored multinational exercise focused on ensuring the defense of the Panama Canal, will take place Aug. 8-14 at Joint Base San Antonio, Texas.

SOUTHCOM and Marine Corps Forces South personnel, headquartered in Miami, as well as personnel at Navy Forces South in Mayport Naval Station, Jacksonville, Fla., and Air Forces Southern at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Tucson, Ariz., are among the U.S. participants taking part in the exercise.

Sixteen additional nations will join the U.S. during the seven-day exercise and use simulations to command and control multinational sea, air, land, cyber and land forces defending the vital waterway and surrounding areas against threats from violent extremism, natural disasters, and pandemic outbreaks.

Participating nations this year include Brazil, Belize, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, France, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, and the United States.

PANAMAX has evolved over the years and now includes training for many of the 21st-century threats encountered in today’s land, sea, air and cyber environments.

The exercise aims to increase the ability of nations to work together, enable assembled forces to organize as a multination task force and test their responsiveness in combined operations.

This year’s mostly-simulated exercise will include the use of a B-52 to support maritime detection and monitoring, the first time in three years a live military asset is employed during exercise scenarios.

The Panama Canal is considered one of the most strategically and economically crucial pieces of infrastructure in the world. Six-percent of the world’s trade travels through the Panama Canal every year, accounting for roughly 400 million tons of goods. It is crucial to the free flow of trade worldwide, and the region’s economic stability is largely dependent on the safe transport of several million tons of cargo through the canal each year.

U.S. Southern Command is one of the nation’s six geographically-focused, unified commands with responsibility for U.S. military operations in the Caribbean, Central America and South America. (Press Release)

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National Assembly Revokes (Repeals) Law Providing Security Detail For Martinelli's Family Members

Law & LawyersPanama's National Assembly approved on the third and final reading a bill to amend Law 55 of 1996, on escorts and security personnel assigned to former presidents of the republic. (more)

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SELEX Suspends Service For Controversial Radars in Panama

Drug TraffickingAmid the controversy over the suspension of the radar project for "serious deficiencies" in their performance, the company Selex company (subsidiary of Finmeccanica) suspended the technical support which by warranty should be offered for the installed equipment. (more)

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Earthquake Shakes Pacific Coast of Panama

EarthquakesAn earthquake measuring 4.6 on the open-ended Richter scale shook the Pacific coast of Panama, near Coiba Island, the Geoscience Institute at Panama University reported.

The quake struck Wednesday, about 78 km to the west/southwest of Coiba Island, off the coast of Veraguas and about 252 km west of Panama City.

The epicenter was located at a depth of 23.4 km and there were no reports of casualties or damage, the Institute said.
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National Assembly Approved 2015 Panama Canal Budget

Canal Daily OperationOn Wednesday the National Assembly approved the Panama Canal Authority's $2.4 billion 2015 budget in the third and final debate. (more)

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Panama Cancels Insurance Program For Tourists

Travel & TourismAs part of a new plan to promote tourism, Panama will open a new marketing office in New York City, to join the one that already exists in Europe, said the manager of the Tourism Authority of Panama Jesus Sierra. (more)

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Panama Suspends Radar Contract - Preparing Legal Action Against Selex

Drug TraffickingPublic Safety Minister, Rodolfo Aguilera, announced Tuesday the suspension of the project to install 19 radars while saying they are preparing to take legal action against the Italian company Selex, due to "serious deficiencies" in the equipment, and that they do not meet the scope agreed upon in the contract. (more)

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Cabinet Suspends Radar Program - SENAN Was Not Consulted On Radar Specs

Drug TraffickingThe commissioner of the National Air Service (Senan) and the Director of the radar project, Joel Laniado, revealed last night that his institution was not consulted regarding the technical specifications of the equipment, purchased by the government of the former president Ricardo Martinelli from the Italian company Selex for $125 million. (more)

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Panama Guide Featured On New Investigation Discovery Program "Murder in Paradise"

Panama News By Don Winner for Panama-Guide.com - The Investigation Discovery channel will air a new episode entitled "Murder in Paradise - Shallow Grave" at 10:00 pm Eastern Standard Time (EST) on Saturday August 9th, 2014.

This program focuses on the confessed serial killer William Dathan Holbert, a.k.a. "Wild Bill" and his partner in crime Laura Michelle Reese.

The description for the program, taken from Discovery ID's website and schedule reads: "A haven for ex-pats off the coast of Panama turns into a place of horror when American Cher Hughes’ disappearance ultimately reveals a cold-blooded killer with a deadly past and a ruthless penchant for real estate."

Investigation Discovery (ID) is an American television network owned by Discovery Communications that features documentary-style programming dealing with true crime subjects, including criminal investigations (primarily homicides), forensics, and other crime-related documentaries.

As of August 2013, approximately 84,289,000 American households (73.81% of households with television) receive Investigation Discovery.

If you're not sure where to find the Investigation Discovery program in your area, you can use this Channel Finder service available on their website.

Editor's Comment: I worked as a Discovery Channel consultant for this program, and sat for them in an extensive interview. I have not yet seen the finished product myself and will be receiving a copy of the program on DVD in the next few weeks.

Thankfully this pair of sociopaths and serial killers will remain in prison for the rest of their natural lives - as it should be.

Try to catch the program when it airs, if you can.

Copyright 2014 Panama-Guide.com.

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