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On the eve of the Panama Papers leaks, the Panama-based Bezos family yacht charter company was revealed as having chartered a yacht for $29,000 to a couple named Jordan Belfort.

The yacht, called JBELSON, was chartered in 2013 to charter for the Belfort family, according to documents from Panama’s Department of Justice.

The Panama Papers, which are the largest leak of documents in history, show the Belfasts were involved in a deal with the Cayman Islands-based SINAPRO group to sell a stake in a Panama-registered Panama-chartered yacht for a reported $1.9 billion.

The Belfasters did not respond to a request for comment.

In June 2017, Belfort was arrested in Dubai on a $10 million corruption and money laundering case.

According to the Panama papers, Belfast and his father are suspected of running an international money laundering scheme.

According a press release from the Justice Department, Belferts father, who lives in the U.S., was a director of SINOPRO from 2004 to 2018.

The statement said Belfert’s father, a lawyer, “was a director and co-owner of SINSOPRO and of Bezos Yacht chartering company.”

The Panama documents say the Belforts were listed as the owner of the yacht.

The Bahamas’ Cayman-based Panamanian law firm, Pompidou, has been retained by SINOS.

The firm did not immediately respond to questions about the case.

The Bezos name was also found on a document about the Panama deal that was published in January 2017.

It was listed as a director in the Panama offshore law firm as well as SINOMO, a company that operates offshore banks in Panama.

A press release for the SINOPS offshore law unit, which represents the Belferthans in the offshore law case, said the SINSOPS offshore group has “an extensive network of clients, who have benefited from the offshore services offered by SINSOMO.”

The documents show the Bezos were also listed as directors on SINOs offshore bank accounts.

SINO was also a client of the law firm of Belferti, whose former director was also named on the offshore bank account.

In 2016, the Belfiets were ordered to pay more than $1 million in penalties for allegedly paying $500,000 in bribes to the former prime minister of Greece, George Papandreou.

Papandreoun was the subject of a Panama Papers investigation into corruption, including allegations that he had received millions in bribes from companies linked to the Bezo family.

The indictment was dropped after the Belifats’ father’s arrest.

It remains unclear how the Belfyts ended up chartering the Belasthans yacht.

In a statement to the AP, SINSO said it “is cooperating with the U