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TWO DANISH BOOKS

December 6, 2016

By Ulla Danielsen,
In his book ‘Magtens Korridor’ (The Corridor of Power) currently bankrupt Danish lawyer businessman and entrepreneur Jesper Øhlenschlæger reports, that he has been visiting Cannes in France frequently from 2007-2012.
In another book, ‘Jan Bonde Nielsen Afsløret’ (Jan Bonde Nielsen Revealed) by Birgitte Dyrekilde and Michael Teschl, one of the many sources appearing in this document is the Danish businessman Tommy Frank. At page 301 he tells about meeting a lawyer at a property fair in Cannes:
“I knew a guy in Randers, who had worked in Russia and Ukraine, and who had been involved in this oil refinery in Akhtyrka,” Tommy Frank tells at Café Stiften a stone’s throw from Aarhus Central Station one Monday morning some years later. “We had the possibility to buy into it, but we didn’t know anything about it. Then I met a lawyer at a property fair in Cannes, who said, that I should seize hold of Jan Bonde Nielsen.”
It should be observed, that Tommy Frank does not mention the lawyer in question by name.

THE SHELL REFINERY IN FREDERICIA

Tommy Frank is currently quite an important figure in Denmark, as he is the backer of Dansk Olie Selskab (Danish Oil Company) that is in the process of buying refinery-properties in the Danish town Fredericia. This deal is worth half a billion DKK.
Nevertheless, parliamentarians of Danish People’s Party have reservations about the financial foundation of this transaction. They doubt whether Danish Oil Company is financially capable of purchasing the Shell Refinery in Fredericia with the obligations that is involved. The party has asked a row of questions to the two ministers responsible for this transaction.
In the coming months Danish Competition and Consumer Authority is going to decide, whether Dansk Olieselskab ApS will be given permission to buy Shell Refinery and oil terminal at Skanseodden.
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Maybe journalists ought to ask Tommy Frank, whether the lawyer that connected him with Jan Bonde Nielsen is actually Jesper Øhlenschlæger?
In Dyrekilde’s and Teschl’s book Jesper Øhlenschlæger claims to have been a collaborating partner of Jan Bonde Nielsen for about a year, and that he came to work daily at Jan Bonde Nielsen’s home at Eaton Place in London for about a year.
In the same book Jan Bonde Nielsen distances himself from lawyer and businessman Jesper Øhlenschlæger.
In 2014 Danish daily Børsen reported that the police was searching for Jesper Øhlenschlæger.

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