A Swiss helicopter company has played down reports it is at the centre of the scandal involving Michael Schumacher's stolen medical report.
French authorities have traced the internet IP of a figure calling themself ‘Kagemusha', who was offering confidential information about the Formula 1 legend's health in the wake of his skiing fall to media agencies for 50,000.
Reports said the IP was linked to a helicopter company in Switzerland. A Zurich-based company called Rega admitted that, as Schumacher's transfer from Grenoble to a Lausanne rehabilitation clinic was being arranged, it was contacted and Schumacher's medical file was passed on.
But the company, reportedly the major air...
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