Suspect in theft of Schumacher medical files found hanged 6 August, 2014 A man suspected of leaking Formula One champion Michael Schumacher’s medical files was found hanged in his police cell on Wednesday, Zurich’s cantonal prosecutor said in a statement. The man, who was not named, worked as a manager at Swiss helicopter company Rega, which was involved in Schumacher’s transfer from Grenoble hospital to University Hospital of Lausanne (CHUV) on June 16 after he emerged from a coma. Seven-time F1 winner Schumacher, 45, suffered severe head injuries in a ski accident in the French Alps late last year. The French daily “Le Dauphine Libere” reported in early July that leaked documents being offered to European media for some 60,000 Swiss francs (39,923.95 British pound) appeared to have come from the IP address of a computer at a Zurich-based helicopter company. Rega lodged a criminal complaint on July 8 for the suspected leak of Schumacher’s medical files, but said at the time it had no proof that one of its employees was implicated. An investigation by Zurich’s cantonal prosecutor led to the arrest of a Rega employee on Tuesday in connection with violating patient privacy and medical secrecy. The man, who was due to be questioned on Wednesday, denied the allegations. The cantonal prosecutor said it had found no indication that a third party was involved in the death of the man. Rega CEO Ernst Kohler said in a statement on Wednesday that the helicopter company was “saddened” by the “tragic event. (Reuters) Tweet Related NewsSchumacher making progress at home reveals doctorGoPro shares crash after Schumacher reportsSchumacher waking up slowly at homeTodt misquoted on Schumacher normal lifeSchumacher can live normal life again revealsTodtSchumacher has made progress reveals TodtSchumacher’s son wants to be F1 world championSchumacher cared for by 15 strong team at homePolice making sure Schumacher not disturbed at homeSchumacher is heading home at last!