A Czech man found suffering from amnesia in Norway says he is afraid he could be attacked in the Czech Republic in relation to unclear events in his past and wishes to start a new life elsewhere as soon as he has acquired new documents. The man, who is 36 and calls himself John Smith, claimed in an interview for the Norwegian station TV2 that he was involved in a financial crime investigation for four years but was evidently afraid to hand in a report on the matter and left the country. He was discovered in a snow drift in Oslo in December and identified last week after Norwegian police released his picture. They suspect he was the victim of a crime and are conducting an investigation.
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