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Released OW Bunker exec after millions in compensation

The Italian prosecutors have dropped charges against former OW Bunker executive Lars Bohn in a case concerning fraud of oil deliveries and the mafia. Now, Bohn is demanding compensation.

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Former OW Bunker executive Lars Bohn, who was suspected of fraud, is now claiming millions in compensation for false imprisonment and lost earnings, writes Danish newspaper Børsen.

Italian prosecutors have recently dropped charges against Bohn, who had been accused of defrauding the Italian Navy with fictive oil deliveries worth DKK 55 million (EUR 7.4 million) in his former capacity as head of oil sales to global public customers at OW Bunker. One of the main suspects was connected to the Italian mafia.

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