What to make of the Panama Papers

The collars of high-profile politicians and businessmen got a little tighter this weekend with the release of the Panama Papers, a massive leak of previously confidential documents that detail how the world's richest hid their wealth in offshore tax havens.

More than 11 million documents, which date back four decades, have been unearthed in the investigation, referencing a dozen current or former world leaders, as well as 128 other politicians and public officials.

Samuel Brunson, associate professor at Loyola University Chicago: School of Law, joins the set to discuss the magnitude of the report and where public officials could fall under the umbrella of wrongdoing.

"Worldwide, there may be up to $7.5 trillion in offshore accounts," Brunson said.