BOCA RATON, Fla. (AP) — When American multimillionaire Wilson C. Lucom died in 2006, he left most of his fortune to a new foundation dedicated to feeding Panama's poor children — not to his politically-connected Panamanian widow, nor to her children.It was one of the largest charitable contributions in Panama's history.His bequest seemed a little odd to people who knew the 88-year-old Lucom, because he hadn't been involved in such philanthropy, had no children himself and was known mainly for donating to and supporting conservative political causes.Since Lucom died, no child has been fed through the estate. Instead, his will has become the subject of a bitter international court battle that has spawned allegations of murder, extortion, slander, bribery of judges, fraud and outright thievery.