Bordvik says to Dagens Næringsliv that a messenger came to her home with 300 red roses and hjertekonfekt from an anonymous sender. On the card it said: "Thank you for last. Hope to see you again soon ... Dear thoughts, F". It happened four days after that she in Today's Medicine had published the last of several critical issues about the Danish helsegründeren and the companies he has built up in Norway. the
– It was very uncomfortable. I felt that the flowers were meant as a threat of what I could expect of me if I wrote further on this matter, " says journalist Bordvik.
Dane has served in over 550 million in 2017 on betalingsautomater in doctor's offices around the country, plus the money on the recovery of unpaid legeregninger. According to Bordvik was disagreements around sitatsjekken in the last issue of Jesper Melin Ganc-Petersen.
Bordviks the editor in Today's Medicine perceived that the card that came with the gift, was intended to create uncertainty and fear.Dismissed
Police investigated the case, but chose to henlegge the relationship, then both the dane and the person who paid the gift, a in the Ganc-petersen's closest circle, refused to let him interrogate.
Ganc-Petersen has now admitted to have sent the gift, but says it was a joke.
– I have said sorry to the reporter, and the police reject the case. It would just be a gimmick, " he says to Dagens Næringsliv.
Bordvik says she thinks it's a bit late to come with an apology four months after she received the roses at the door, and only after that the case ended up in the media.
Secretary Arne Jensen of the Norwegian association of Norwegian editors thought it was sensible to let the police make an assessment of the case.
– This must be perceived which that the roses are meant to make life harder for a journalist, " says Jensen of Today's Medicine.