//Mysterious dying of Swedish lady in Scotland categorised as secret by Sweden: report

Mysterious dying of Swedish lady in Scotland categorised as secret by Sweden: report

The mysterious 2005 dying of a Swedish lady in Scotland, which has sparked a wave of conspiracy theories, has taken an sudden flip after it emerged it has been categorised as a “secret” by the Sweden authorities.

Annie Borjesson was discovered face down and totally clothed on Prestwick Seaside close to Glasgow Prestwick Airport on Dec. 4, 2005.

The 30-year-old, who had moved to Edinburgh a yr earlier than her dying to review English, had traveled to the airport the day before today and had meant to fly again to Sweden. Her bag, which had her pockets and passport, was discovered subsequent to her.

Annie Borjesson, 30, was found face down and fully clothed on Prestwick Beach near Glasgow Prestwick Airport on Dec. 4, 2005. Her death has been classified as "secret" by the Swedish government.

Annie Borjesson, 30, was discovered face down and totally clothed on Prestwick Seaside close to Glasgow Prestwick Airport on Dec. 4, 2005. Her dying has been categorised as “secret” by the Swedish authorities.
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Each Scottish and Swedish authorities have claimed Borjesson seemingly died of suicide by drowning, however her household has all the time suspected foul play.

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Sky News, who has been airing a six-part podcast on the case – “What occurred to Annie” – reported that the Swedish international ministry has launched paperwork detailing conversations with Scottish authorities throughout a yearlong investigation into the case. The knowledge on the information, nonetheless, has been closely redacted on the grounds of it being categorised.

“Information has been deemed classified as secret according to the provision of Chapter 15, section 1 of the Public Access to Information and Secrecy Act and has been redacted to the attacked file,” Daniel Andersson from the Swedish international ministry, informed Sky Information.

“The rationale for that is that the knowledge considerations Sweden’s relations with a international state and a international authority and it may be assumed {that a} disclosure will harm Sweden’s worldwide relations or, in different methods hurt nationwide pursuits,” he added.

This is Prestwick Beach, where Annie Borjesson was found dead in Dec. 4, 2005.

That is Prestwick Seaside, the place Annie Borjesson was discovered lifeless in Dec. 4, 2005.
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One of many redacted information, which haven’t been independently confirmed by Fox Information, confirmed embassy officers outlining how authorities suspected suicide, even supposing no autopsy examination had been performed on Borjesson’s stays. That doc had been filed simply at some point after her dying.

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Guje Borjesson, Annie’s mom, informed Sky Information she is “troubled” by Sweden’s resolution to categorise her daughter’s dying and subsequent investigation a secret.

“Even the cause of death had been hidden,” she mentioned.

She informed the information outlet that she will likely be interesting to Swedish authorities to launch all of the information associated to her daughter’s dying, together with the autopsy pictures.

“I demand that they do, these documents are about my daughter,” Guje Borjesson mentioned. “I am not anybody, I am her mother.”

The Scottish Crown Workplace has up to now refused to launch the autopsy pictures.

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Annie Borjesson’s mysterious dying has sparked conspiracy theories within the years that adopted, together with one which made associations between the 30-year-old and alleged CIA rendition flights by way of Prestwick airport in 2005. Rendition flights are mentioned for use for the extralegal switch of prisoners from one nation to a different.

No proof has emerged in relation to this hyperlink, and each the U.S. and the U.Ok. governments have denied the existence of such flights by way of Scotland.

“There is a public interest now and we are the family, so they should really take that into consideration,” Guje Borjesson told Sky News about the spike in interest in her daughter’s case. “We are still motivated to get Annie an inquest. That would force the Crown Office to sharpen up and put all the facts on the table. We are not afraid of that.”