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Schumacher medical files suspect found hanged

A suspect in the theft of Michael Schumacher's medical files has been found hanged in his prison cell. The Zurich prosecutor's office said in a statement that the man – whose identity has not been disclosed – worked for a Swiss helicopter air rescue company called Rega, which was involved in the organisation of Schumacher's transport from a French hospital to Switzerland in June. The statement said the man was found dead in his cell on Wednesday morning having been arrested on Tuesday. There was no indication that a third party was involved. Documents believed to be Schumacher's medical files were stolen in late June and offered to various media outlets for a fee believed to be 50,000...
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