Suspect in theft of Schumacher’s medical files hangs self

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The medical records of ex-Formula One champion Michael Schumacher were stolen and offered for sale to a number of journalists for $68,000. Last month, probers managed to track down the IP address of the computer used in the theft and arrested a suspect: a man who worked for a Swiss helicopter air rescue company which organized the sportsman’s transport from a French hospital to Switzerland in June. A day before his appearance in court, however, he was found hanged in his cell. He had denied any wrongdoing.

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