The man, who was not named, a manager at Swiss helicopter company, 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. The French daily "Le Dauphine Libere" reported in July that leaked documents being offered to European media for some 60,000 Swiss francs ($66,016) appeared to have come from the IP address of a computer at a Zurich-based helicopter company.
The helicopter company 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 an employee on Tuesday in connection with violating patient privacy and medical secrecy.
"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.."Sources:
- The Telegraph
(a) Michael Schumacher medical files suspect found hanged in cell - www.Telegraph.co.uk, 08/07/2014