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Murder Victim Identified As Vanesa Rodriguez (US Army MSG Omar Velez's Girlfriend in Panama)

Expat TalesTo the sorrow of her friends and family, the body found dead on the banks of the Guararé river in the province of Los Santos, responds to that of Vanesa Rodriguez, who was 25 years old. (more)

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Foreign Diplomat (US Army MSG Omar Velez) Suspected Of Murder

Expat TalesThe prosecutor in the province of Los Santos said a "foreign diplomat" was involved in the murder of a woman whose body was found on Monday, June 23, 2014 on a farm near the Guararé river. (more)

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Harris man, last seen in Panama, declared dead

Expat TalesBy Derrick Knutson - Bob Ehlert, of Harris, who is known to many in the county because of his involvement with the University of Minnesota Extension as a Chisago County Master Gardener, has been declared officially dead by the U.S. government.

Ehlert was last seen more than a year ago in Panama.

According to a story the Post Review printed on the search for Ehlert last year:

Doug Ehlert, Bob Ehlert’s nephew, said the family and authorities discovered numerous oddities in relation to his uncle’s disappearance.

He said the two men who had been working on Bob Ehlert’s boat in Panama visited the condo sometime after June 21, 2013, and found it unlocked. Upon entering, the men found a broken wine glass, but nothing was missing from the home.

“(Leaving your home unlocked) is kind of surprising in Panama City,” Doug Ehlert said. “You see a lot of houses with razor wire fencing on them.”

A note was also later found that said Bob Ehlert was leaving for two weeks with a woman named Diane to look at properties in a remote resort area called Bocas del Toro.

Doug Ehlert said he looked at the note, and he and Mariah Ehlert, Bob Ehlert’s daughter, thought it didn’t look like Bob Ehlert’s handwriting. He also said it didn’t look as though it was written by a native English speaker.

“It started with ‘I going’ instead of ‘I’m going,’” he said. “It also said, ‘to see some old friend.’ A native English speaker would say ‘an old friend.’”

By talking to some people in the area, the two found out Bob Ehlert met two Colombian women, possibly named Diana and Anna, at a bar called the Havana Club and he went to a soccer game with the women.

Doug Ehlert said he was not able to get in contact with the women.

“I found out that down (in Panama) there are a lot of young Colombian women who prey on older men,” he said. “There have been several scams with women (asking men) to look at real estate.”

But for Doug Ehlert, even the real estate scam possibility doesn’t seem to explain the disappearance. He said he checked his uncle’s browser history on his computer at his condo and found no evidence that he was looking at properties in Bocas Del Toro. He also said it would be odd for his uncle to look at properties there because purchasing houses or condos there can be difficult.

“Titles are hard to get,” he said. “It’s a risky investment unless you’re very careful.”

In addition to those discoveries, Doug Ehlert said they found a receipt from a hardware store that showed Bob Ehlert had bought a sledgehammer, a carpenter’s axe, a pickaxe and spray paint. He and Mariah Ehlert are unsure why Bob Ehlert would have purchased those items.

Doug Ehlert added that his uncle’s bank statements do not show any activity since he went missing, and his sailboat was docked at a Panamanian marina.

However, Bob Ehlert’s car was missing.

In an email last week, Mariah Ehlert said the investigation into her father’s disappearance is still ongoing and “hasn’t lost momentum.”

However, she added, “Things take an extraordinary long time down there (in Panama).”

On a website she set up to update people about the search for her father, mariahehlert.wix.com/findbob, Mariah Ehlert posted this:

“Bob Ehlert had an adventurer’s heart. He wasn’t afraid to get out and try something new; he loved to drink good wine, travel to far-out destinations, sail, garden, give back to his community, and, of course, he loved his family and friends deeply. Bob was much loved and is greatly missed.

“May the road rise to meet you, May the wind be always at your back,

May the sun shine warm upon your face,

The rains fall soft upon your fields and,

Until we meet again,

May God hold you in the palm of His hand.

-Irish blessing”

(ecmpostreview.com)

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John Patrick Acord Has Been Arrested in Panama

Expat TalesBy Don Winner for Panama-Guide.com - John Patrick Acord, indicted by a United States Grand Jury in Houston, Texas for operating a fraudulent investment scheme from September 2011 - September 2013, that raised over $5.5 million dollars from investors who believed they were purchasing shipping containers, has been arrested in Panama City.

Sources say Acord was arrested in the Hard Rock Hotel in Panama City, Panama yesterday. He is now reportedly "sitting in the holding cell at immigration, with no identification."

In Acord's scheme investors were promised guaranteed returns ranging from 13% to over 16%, depending upon the amount invested.

In reality, the 'profits' that were paid out to investors to perpetuate the scheme were actually funded by funds raised from new investors.

This form of investment fraud is the classic Ponzi Scheme; distributing a portion of the money raised from new investors to earlier investors to create the impression of an ongoing, legitimate and successful business operation.

Investors were further deceived by being told that the chief financial officer was an individual name John Delano, when in truth, Delano was a fictional name for Acord.

They also failed to disclose to investors that:

  • Acord had two prior federal fraud related convictions.

  • Acord had twice been permanently enjoined by the Securities & Exchange Commission.

  • Acord's partner Steven Patrick Jones had a prior federal conviction related to shipping and interstate commerce.

  • That investor funds were used for the personal living expenses of Jones and Acord.

  • That Jones and Acord created sham 3rd party leases to create the appearance of a going concern.

The Texas State Securities Board had issued an emergency cease and desist order in July 2012 in connection with the fraudulent activity, however Jones and Acord continued to sell investments in the phony business, EcoEnergy Group, Inc. dba Intermodal Wealth, Inc.

Editor's Comment: Good. Taking out the trash, once again. I have no idea why criminals from the United States continue to think they can "hide" in Panama. Panama will now find some sort of problem with Acord's immigration status, and put him on a flight to Houston, where he will be arrested upon landing.

Related Article: Wanted - John Patrick Acord - US Fugitive Hiding In Panama City - Ponzi Scheme

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US Army Master Sergeant Omar Velez - Prime Suspect In Murder Of Panamanian Woman

Expat TalesA US Army soldier is under investigation for the murder of a Panamanian woman, a crime perpetrated on Monday afternoon in the town of Guararé, in the province of Los Santos. (more)

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Relatives Of Missing Dutch Women Accept Their Deaths in Panama

Expat TalesThe relatives of Kris Kremers and Lisanne Froon, the two Dutch women who disappeared in Panama last April, issued a statement this morning in which they accepted the deaths of the girls. (more)

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Remains Found Of Other Missing Dutch Girl

Expat TalesThe bone remains found in the Panamanian jungle last week are those of the second missing Dutch woman, local sources have told Nos television.

DNA testing on tissue from the bones has revealed it to be that of Kris Kremers, the sources told Nos. Other human remains found at the scene were earlier tested as those of Lisanne Froon.

The two young women disappeared on April 1 when they went for a jungle walk close to the town of Boquete where they were staying.

River

No sign of them was discovered until last week when a local found a rucksack containing some of their possessions close to a river. Searches of the area turned up shoes and human remains.

A spokesman for Kremers’ family said the news of their deaths ‘was still overshadowed by the many questions surrounding their deaths’.

It now appears likely the women either got lost on their walk or had an accident. The remains were found 10 kilometres from where they were last seen. (Dutchnews.nl)

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Panamanian Prosecutor Confirms - Remains Are Those Of Lisanne Froon

Expat TalesThe Public Ministry through the First Superior Prosecutor of Chiriqui, Bethsaida Pittí and coroner Silvia Bandel confirmed on Monday DNA analysis conducted on skeletal remains match samples provided by the parents of Lisanne Froon, and they went on to say what they found was a foot. (more)

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Gringo (US/Denmark Expat) Assaulted In Bocas del Toro - Needs Blood Donations

Expat Tales By Don Winner for Panama-Guide.com - On Saturday night six armed, masked men assaulted and abducted 73 year old Stig Pedersen at his home located in Tierra Oscura, in Bocas del Toro, in the Republic of Panama.

They hit him on the head and hauled him off in his own boat, a "white T-top with 'Puff' written on the bow." The boat has a 75 hp four-stroke motor. At the time of the assault, the assailants were reported to be headed towards Almirante.

Stig Pedersen lives in Bocas del Toro and he has a home in Dolega.

Pedersen currently needs six pints of A+ blood. He was beaten severely and has several brain hemorrhages. He is at the public regional hospital in David. Please help, or forward to those who can.

Editor's Comment: Reportedly Pedersen recently told a friend that a neighbor "wants him dead." Obviously the National Police should start their investigation with whoever made the threat against him.

Copyright 2014 Panama-Guide.com.

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Tissue Found In Panama Belongs To Lisanne Froon

Expat TalesBy Laura Klompenhouwer - The human remains that were found last week in Panama are those of Lisanne Froon. (more)

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Tissue from Lisanne Froon

Expat TalesHuman tissue found on Thursday in the Panamanian jungle belongs to Lisanne Froon, one of the Dutch women who have been missing since April 1. (more)

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Remains Found of Lisanne Froon; Kris Kremers Still Inconclusive

Expat TalesThe human remains found last Thursday in the Panamanian jungle belong to Lisanne Froon, one of the two women from Amersfoort who have been missing since April 1. (more)

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Dutch Media Reporting Human Remains Belong To Lisanne Froon

Expat TalesNew, grim revelations suggest the human remains found in the mountains of Bocas del Toro could belong to Lisanne Froon, one of the two Dutch women who disappeared on 1 April, as reported by various news outlets in Holland on their websites. (more)

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Human Remains Found In Bocas del Toro Belong To One Of The Missing Dutch Women

Expat TalesPublic Ministry sources say DNA tests performed on human remains discovered in the province of Bocas del Toro confirm they belong to one of the two Dutch women who have been missing along the "El Pianista" hiking trail in the province of Chiriqui, since April. (more)

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Panama police say remains may be missing Dutch women

Expat TalesPolice in Panama say they have found bones and a pair of boots that could be the remains of two Dutch women who went missing more than two months ago.

Lisanne Froon, 22, and Kris Kremers, 21, disappeared from the town of Boquete in early April.

A backpack containing two mobile phones thought to belong to the women was found in the same area last week.

Investigators say the finds are "significant" and that DNA tests will now be carried out on the bones.

Police said the remains were found in Bocas del Toro province on Thursday.

They are continuing to search the area where the items were found.

Dense woodland

The women had traveled to Boquete earlier this year to do social work with children after completing a two-week Spanish course.

They were last seen on 2 April as they went walking along a mountain path in the densely wooded area along the border with Costa Rica.

The parents of one of the women, Kris Kremers, visited Panama in April to help raise awareness of the search.

A Dutch search team traveled to Panama in May but did not manage to find the women.

The parents of the women have offered a $30,000 (£18,000) reward for anyone providing "concrete information" about their whereabouts.

Boquete is a popular destination for hikers exploring the nearby cloud forest, waterfalls and coffee plantations.

In 2009, a 29-year-old British man disappeared from the town. He left all his belongings and only had with him his passport, credit card and a few dollars.

While visitors are warned against travelling to Panama's eastern border with Colombia because of the presence of Colombian rebels in the area, its western border region is generally considered to be safe. (BBC)

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Remains Found In Panama: Testing To Verify Missing Women's DNA

Expat TalesInvestigators looking into the disappearance of two Dutch students in Panama have found human remains near a location where the women’s personal belongings were discovered.

The remains were brought to the forensic lab in Panama City for DNA testing, said the officer of justice, Betzaida Pitti during a press conference yesterday.

Police in Panama have been working with Dutch officials trying to track down Lisanne Froon and Kris Kremers. The two have been missing since they left their boarding house for a hike on April 1.

Two different shoes and boots were found, announced RTL journalist Britta Sanders on Twitter. No other details were released.

The Dutch Forensic institution (NFI) will be analyzing the belongings of the missing girls, much of which was inside a backpack. It is unclear if the mobile phones that were found on Friday were owned by the two girls. The NFI believes there is a big chance that useful information can be found on these phones.

A bag with the belongings of Froon and Kremers was found last week, including the two phones, two pairs of glasses, money, and an identity card belonging to Froon. The bag was found in Alto Romero, which is located at the Pianista trail. The girls planned to hike around that area, the day they went missing. (nltimes.nl)

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Public Minister Confirms New Findings In Case Of Missing Dutch Women

Expat TalesThe First Superior Prosecutor Bethsaida Pitti confirmed significant new evidence was found during the inspection this morning in the area of the Rio Culebra in Altos Romero, along the coordillera Changuinola in the province of Bocas del Toro, which will be transferred to the Institute of Legal Medicine of Panama. (more)

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New Evidence Found In The Case Of The Missing Dutch Women

Expat TalesPanamanian authorities found new evidence in the area of Alto Romero in the jungle of Bocas del Toro, presumably related to the case of the two young Dutch women, who have been missing since April. (more)

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New Evidence Recovered In The Case Of The Missing Dutch Women

Expat TalesThe prosecutor Betzaida Pittí collected new evidence today in the area of Rio ​​Culebra, in the Valle de Riscó, where last weekend backpacks were found containing the personal belongings of the two Dutch women, who have been missing for more than two months. (more)

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"Pirate" Bus Drivers Close Roads Again - This Time In La Siesta

Expat TalesDrivers of "pirate" taxis closed the main transport route in La Siesta in the area of Tocumen, in protest to allow them to provide the service. (more)

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Jungle And Mountain Experts Join Search For Missing Dutch Women

Expat TalesExperts in jungle and mountain expeditionary operations will resume the search to locate the two Dutch women Lisanne Froom and Kris Kremers, who have been missing since April 2. (more)

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Searchers Redirected After Discovery Of Missing Dutch Girls' Belongings

Expat TalesThe discovery of a backpack containing the personal belongings of the two missing Dutch women Lisanne Froon and Kris Kremers could give searchers clues to the location of the two tourists, who have been missing in the area of Boquete in the province of Chirquí since 2 April. (more)

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Prosecutors Assuming Missing Dutch Women Fell Into River And Were Washed Away

Expat TalesA group of people who live on the banks of the Culebra River in the province of Bocas del Toro found a backpack containing some of the belongings of the missing Dutch women Lissane Fronn, 21, and Kris Kremers, 22. (more)

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Found - Backpack Containing Personal Effects Of Two Missing Dutch Women

Expat TalesA group of Indians in the province of Bocas del Toro have discovered a backpack belonging to one of the two missing Dutch girls, along the "El Pianista" hiking trail - near where they were reportedly last seen. (more)

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Report Confirms The Missing Dutch Girls Were Not On The Mountain

Expat TalesThe regional director of the National Civil Protection System in Chiriquí, Francisco Santamaria, said the report of the results from the dog handlers from the Netherlands only served to confirm the result of their operations, which determined the two missing Dutch women were not on the mountain trails near Boquete. (more)

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Costa Rican Red Cross Joins Search For Missing Dutch Women

Expat TalesMembers of the Costa Rican Red Cross joined the search for the two missing Dutch women today, who disappeared on the "El Pianista" hiking trail in Boquete, Chiriqui. (more)

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SINAPROC Director Denies Wrongdoing In Search For Missing Dutch Women

Expat TalesThe Director of the National Civil Protection System (SINAPROC), Arturo Alvarado said the people who were responsible for finding the two missing young Dutch women, who have been missing since 2 April Boquete, Chiriqui have not overstepped their bounds because they are experts in the subject matter. (more)

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William Dathan Holbert Riots In Prison (Takes Hostage) - Still No Trial Date Set

Expat TalesBy Don Winner for Panama-Guide.com - A riot occurred in the jail in David, Panama - when the confessed serial killer William Dathan "Wild Bill" Holbert broke out of his cell and took another inmate hostage, in an attempt to regain some lost privileges. (more)

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Following The Trail Of The Missing Dutch Women in Boquete

Expat TalesMore than a month and a half has passed since they were last seen, but the image of the two young Dutch women, Lisanne Froon, 22, and Kris Kremers, 21, remain plastered on the walls of stores and hotels, as the search for them continues. (more)

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Alaska Plastic Surgeon Indicted on Tax Evasion Charges for Concealing Bank Accounts in Panama and Costa Rica

Expat TalesWashington, DC - The Justice Department and Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced today that a federal grand jury in Anchorage, Alaska, returned a superseding indictment yesterday charging Michael D. Brandner, an Anchorage physician specializing in plastic surgery, on three counts of tax evasion. Brandner has also been charged with seven counts of wire fraud in an indictment returned in September 2013.

According to the superseding indictment, Brandner engaged in various activities to evade his taxes for 2008, 2009 and 2010, including making false and misleading statement to IRS special agents and filing false tax returns for each of the three years. In the three false returns, Brandner failed to report the existence of financial accounts in Panama and Costa Rica over which he had signature authority, and also failed to report foreign interest income of more than $9,000 for 2008, more than $150,000 for 2009, and more than $150,000 for 2010. The indictment also alleges that Brandner attempted to evade more than $600,000 in federal income taxes over the three years.

According to court documents, Brandner engaged in a scheme to hide and conceal millions of dollars of assets from the Alaska courts and from his wife of 28 years who was divorcing him. Shortly after the divorce was filed, Brandner left Alaska and drove to Central America after converting assets into five cashier’s checks worth over $3,000,000.

An indictment is merely an allegation and the defendant is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt in a court of law. If convicted, Brandner faces a statutory maximum sentence of five years in prison for each of the three tax evasion charges and a statutory maximum sentence of 20 years in prison for each of the seven wire fraud charges.

The case was investigated by IRS-Criminal Investigation and by Homeland Security Investigations and is being prosecuted by Trial Attorney Ignacio Perez de la Cruz of the Justice Department’s Tax Division and Assistant U.S. Attorney Bryan Schroder for the District of Alaska. (Press Release)

Editor's Comment: Whoops. I would love to know the "back story" on how the IRS was able to obtain the details regarding Brandner's bank accounts in Panama. I suspect it was through cooperation with the Panamanian government. If that's the case, then this is just one more example of why Panama is no longer a safe place for US citizens to hide their money from the IRS. You might thing you're getting away with it. There are legions of Panamanian lawyers who will tell you they can set things up for you. But the times, they are a'changin' folks. What used to work no longer works. There is a room full of IRS agents who work at the US embassy in Panama, and the only reason they are there is to track down cases such as this.

Ah, wait. Someone has already written that article about how this rocket scientist got himself caught. Yeah, read that article and take it to heart. If you're trying to hide money from the IRS in Panama, you're an idiot...

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