the Man, White Fox, participated in a kind of uppvisningsturné who visited Sweden in the late 1800s. He died of tb at a hospital in Gothenburg, sweden, and his remains were returned to the united states only in 1994. His clothes are, however, still remains at the museum of world culture, and one of his descendants is now demanding back a stridsskjorta, two pairs of moccasins, a pair of pants, a pair of earrings and a necklace.
Ann Follin, director of the national museums of world culture, would not comment on the atmosphere because she assists the attorney general as an expert in the case, writes SR.
By 28 december, the Chancellor of justice to answer the summons.