Six municipalities, two regions, the Danish Deaf Association and the Cystic Fibrosis Association is assessed to have the money in Britta's case, informs the Ministry of social affairs.
The 64-year-old former trusted employee of the national board of social services Britta Nielsen is alleged to have defrauded at least 111 million dollars from the so-called of social affairs, which would otherwise have to support the weakest members of society.
In total reached Britta Nielsen, according to the charges to make at least 272 illegal transactions in the years from 2002 to 2018. She had among other things, access to the agency's most vital systems from home.
It is, however, only a small proportion of cases, to specific beneficiaries is estimated to have the money for good. A big part of the fraud is believed: to be done by, to Britta Nielsen created the fictitious projects.
In other cases, there is suspicion that she has changed in orders of magnitude, so that the beneficiaries do not have got what they had been promised. While the difference is believed to have been transferred to her own account.
But the six municipalities - the town of Fredericia Jammerbugt, Copenhagen, Næstved, denmark, Holstebro and Roskilde as well as the central denmark Region, Region of southern denmark and the two associations have apparently got less paid, than they really had been assigned.
- For me it is, that we should have this cleared up completely after here information about, and a part of the cleanup is about to get the money back to those who may have been deceived, says the children's and social security Mai Mercado (K) in a press release.
- If this is the case, then they must of course also have their money.
Britta Nielsen people from the job in the agency in the beginning of september last year. A few days after she was reported to the police by her employer.
Britta Nielsen was remanded in november, after she had been extradited from south Africa, where she stayed when the case began.
Her three children and her son-in-law is also charged in the case.