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Title: Schumacher's medical records stolen demand for 50,000 euros ransom
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The representative of Michael Schumacher, Sabine Kehm, has issued a statement Monday in which he denounced the alleged theft of medical hist...

The representative of Michael Schumacher, Sabine Kehm, has issued a statement Monday in which he denounced the alleged theft of medical history, German, who spent six months in a coma admitted to a hospital in Grenoble after a skiing accident. "For many days are being offered for sale and data stolen documents. Whoever says it is offering medical history of Michael Schumacher," said Kehm in its statement. "We can not say whether the documents are authentic. Either way it is clear that the documents have been stolen. Has been reported the thief and the authorities are already working on the issue," he adds. Kehm warns that "prohibited the purchase and publication of such documents" and that "the content of any medical record is a completely private and confidential information and may not be available to the public." "Therefore, we will request criminal charges and damages, in each case, against any publication of content or reference to history," he concludes. Five and a half months in a coma Michael Schumacher was hospitalized in Grenoble since last December 29 after suffering a skiing accident. On June 16 came out of the coma and left the university hospital of the city to continue its "long period" of recovery. The Formula One world champion sevenfold suffered a skiing accident on a track marked out no station Méribel in the French Alps, where he owns a home and where he practiced the sport with his son. He hit his head against a rock, and from the first moment, the docto

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