Christian de Berdouare, the owner of Chicken Kitchen, outside a Miami Beach location in 2013. De Berdouare is one of several South Floridians who shows up in the Panama Papers. Owning an offshore is legal.
Christian de Berdouare, the owner of Chicken Kitchen, outside a Miami Beach location in 2013. De Berdouare is one of several South Floridians who shows up in the Panama Papers. Owning an offshore is legal. C.W. Griffin Miami Herald Staff
Christian de Berdouare, the owner of Chicken Kitchen, outside a Miami Beach location in 2013. De Berdouare is one of several South Floridians who shows up in the Panama Papers. Owning an offshore is legal. C.W. Griffin Miami Herald Staff

These Miamians, including Chicken Kitchen’s CEO, show up in the Panama Papers

May 15, 2016 11:53 AM

UPDATED May 16, 2016 10:44 AM

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