The documents include complicated financial filings and will take time to read and analyze. The Romney campaign has not commented.

Early findings from the documents yielded a report reinforcing previously reported evidence that Romney was still associated with Bain Capital after he retired from in 1999, according to Gawker. Documents in the cache also show that a fund in blind trust in which Romney had invested gave a casino owned by Sheldon Adelson, a major donor to Republicans, $3 million.

Audit files in the document dump also show that Romney has kept a number of offshore accounts through a Swiss bank and a Bermuda shell corporation. Through those accounts, Romney was not "subject to United States federal income or withholding tax on its income from United States sources," according to a 2009 audited financial statement on Bain Capital Fund VIII LP included in the document dump.