Richard Gaffey, the US-based accountant who used what the US Attorney describes as "criminal services" of the Panama law firm Mossack and Fonseca to commit tax evasion on behalf of a wealthy German client living in Key Biscayne, entered a guilty plea in his case, pending in US District Court in New York.
The counts brought against the defendant included:
(1) Wire Fraud.
(2) Tax Fraud.
(3) Money Laundering.
(4) Aggravated Identity Theft.
His sentencing date has been set for June 29; his client, Harald Joachim Von der Goltz, will be sentenced on June 24.