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Tax havens, legal letters and other sticky questions answered by ICIJ

Receiving “threatening” legal letters is a “normal part of the investigative process,” according to ICIJ’s deputy director Marina Walker Guevara.

Receiving “threatening” legal letters is a “normal part of the investigative process,” according to ICIJ’s deputy director Marina Walker Guevara.

Walker Guevara was responding to a reader’s question about whether ICIJ and its partners had been threatened.

It was just one of many questions our team – which also included our director Gerard Ryle and reporter Will Fitzgibbon – answered on Facebook last week.

The team also answered questions such as as:

You can watch a replay of all their answers below:

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