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the 68-year-old Anne-Elisabeth Falkevik Hagen has ago 31. October has been missing from his home east of Oslo, and no one has heard from her since.
the Day when she disappeared, there was however a letter in her home with among other things, requirements for the ransom, and the police assume, therefore, that she has been abducted, and have been working in secret since to find her.
on Wednesday they chose, however, to go out publicly and mention the matter in the hope that it may lead to that they get crucial information that can help them find the woman.
the 112 - 9. jan. 2019 - at. 09:54 the Shock-case in Norway: the Wife of one of the country's richest feared kidnapped
Police held a Wednesday morning a news conference where they talked about the facts of the case, and on Wednesday afternoon the family's bistandsadvokat, Svein Holden, similarly, held a news conference, where he talks about how the family Chin look at the matter.
the Family consists among other things of Anne-Elisabeth's husband, Tom Hagen, who is among the 200 richest men in Norway. Just his fortune is supposed to be the main reason that his wife has been kidnapped.
No one has heard from Anne-Elisabeth Falkevik Chin ago 31. October. The family now hope that they will get the signs. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix
At the meeting told Svein Holden, that the proceedings, naturally enough, has taken hard on the family.
- There is no doubt that the family is experiencing the kidnapping as a cruel and inhuman act. It is incredibly demanding and exhausting to be in such a situation, said at the press conference.
Lawyer Svein Holden, speaking on behalf of the family, who have expressed their wish that the media not contact them directly. Photo: Tore Meek/Ritzau Scanpix
He tells that the family has confidence that police are investigating the case according to the best of their ability.
the Police have not wanted to disclose how much money the kidnappers have demanded. According to Norwegian media, however, there is talk about nine million euro, which must be paid via the secure kryptovaluta Monero.
What is Monero?
Monero was launched in 2014 as a service that could offer transactions over the web, it is not possible to track.
Kryptovalutaen has some similarities with the more well-known Bitcoin, but has the great 'advantage' that the users have the option to be completely anonymous.
Monero has features which conceals the summer, sent and to whom. All transactions are encrypted and all of the 'coins' - so-called coins which is used is in the base hidden. In theory this is a Monero transaction, therefore, impossible to trace.
the Lawyer informs the police, calls the family to not to pay the ransom, and that they have chosen to follow.
the Family has received in-depth guidance of the police in relation to the ransom, and in the background, the family has chosen not to pay, he says.
He does not want to tell more about the police's basis for the recommendation, but says that 'the family has full confidence that the police work according to the best of your ability in case'.
He says that the family hopes that by telling openly about the kidnapping can get the kidnappers to show them to Anne-Elisabeth is alive and well.
- Then they can start a process to get her extradited, says the lawyer.
He tells at the same time, that they follow the police's view, 'that they don't ago 31. October has been signs that Anne-Elisabeth is still alive, but they have not got indications to the contrary'. Therefore, continues the family to keep hope.
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Anne-Elisabeth Falkevik Chin was abducted from the family's home east of Oslo 31. October. Photo: Ole Berg-Rusty/Ritzau Scanpix
OVERVIEW: Other spectacular kidnapningssager
The 68-year-old Anne-Elisabeth Falkevik Chin, who is married to one of Norway's richest, has been missing for 74 days. There are made serious threats and ransom demands in kryptovaluta.
Here are some of the most spectacular kidnapningssager:
* Jorn Rausing:
Blekinggadebanden had in 1985 preying upon Tetrapak-billionaire Gad Rausings, the son of Joern Rausing, who kidnapningsmål. The plan was to abduct the Rausing home in Stockholm, run him to Norway and collect 25 million dollars in ransom.
the Gang got cold feet a few hours before the kidnapping and dropped it. All members were later sentenced to ten years in prison for a variety of crimes, including kidnapningsplanerne.
* the Model Chloe Ayling:
The 20-year-old british model Chloe Ayling was in august 2017, kidnapped in Milan by a a Polish man, who released himself wanted to do a photo shoot with her.
Here she was dopet with ketamine, placed in handcuffs and placed in a bag. The Polish kidnappers plan was to auction her as a sexslave, if not he received 1.9 million dollars in kryptovaluta.
He was arrested by the police when he took her to the british embassy.
* Ulrika Bidegård:
In 1993, the Swedish olympic rider Ulrika Bidegård kidnapped by a Swedish carpenter by the name of Lars Nilsson, who also worked on the family Bidegårds home.
Nilsson required 3.4 million dollars in ransom, but he was quickly arrested by the Swedish police, after he had spent Bidegårds credit card.
* Madeleine McCann:
3. may 2007 disappeared the four-year-old british girl Madeleine McCann from a holiday apartment in Praia da Luz in the Algarve region of southern Portugal. More have since been suspected, including the briton Robert Murat and a Russian man.
The 6. september 2007 police selected police that the suspect first, Madeleine's mother, Kate McCann, and later Madeleines father, Gerry McCann. Madeleine has not yet been found, and thus by the police yet, whether it was a kidnapping.
* Natascha Ella:
The ten-year Natascha Ella was in 1998 abducted on their way to school in Vienna, Austria.
She was held captive in a basement of five square meters and abused by the abductor Wolfgang Instead.
Over the next eight years, Ella treated as a slave, raped and beaten up by Known.
In 2006, when she was 18, she managed to escape. Abductor committed suicide.
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