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Asian Tribune is published by E-LANKA MEDIA(PVT)Ltd. Vol. 20 No. 81

Court told that Norwegian passports were stolen

[b]Court told that Norwegian passports were stolen for "MIGHTY" people in Sri Lanka[/b]

[b]Oslo, 19 April, ([/b] The Court case against Mike Daniel Jeya and his younger brother Nagularajan Jeyabalakrishnan, charged with organised crimes and trafficking, started yesterday in Oslo. Herman Olav Nyhusmoen, the police officer accused of stealing the passport appeared as a witness.

When the police officer arrived he gave Mike Daniel Jeya a handshake and a smile and Mike Daniel Jeya smiled and looked pleased to see his friend again.

The police officer Hermann Nyhusmoen admitted first to have stolen four passports, then two and the last theft was three passports. He admitted he had received money for helping Mike Daniel Jeya with the passports. He said they never discussed a price for the passports, but he helped "Mike" with passports and "Mike" helped "Hermann" with money. The money that changed hands amounted to a total of 44.000 NOK, a very small price for passport that in the black market is worth significantly more.

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