Former President of Panama, Ricardo Martinelli, on July 1, 2014 in Guatemala City, Guatemala. Martinelli's attorneys have filed an emergency petition with the U.S. Supreme Court asserting his constitutional rights have been violated because his bid for bond was denied.
Former President of Panama, Ricardo Martinelli, on July 1, 2014 in Guatemala City, Guatemala. Martinelli's attorneys have filed an emergency petition with the U.S. Supreme Court asserting his constitutional rights have been violated because his bid for bond was denied. Luis Echeverria/Xinhua TNS
Former President of Panama, Ricardo Martinelli, on July 1, 2014 in Guatemala City, Guatemala. Martinelli's attorneys have filed an emergency petition with the U.S. Supreme Court asserting his constitutional rights have been violated because his bid for bond was denied. Luis Echeverria/Xinhua TNS

Ex-Panamanian president denied bond in Miami files emergency bid with Supreme Court

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