Trond Grande and Dag Huse are asked about Carine Smith Ihenacho’s email address
Vincent B. Le Corre
Subject: Email address of the Chief Compliance Officer Ms. Carine Smith Ihenacho
Date sent: April 6, 2023, 23:43 +0800 (China Standard Time)
To: Trond Grande (Deputy CEO of NBIM), Dag Huse (CRO of NBIM)
Dear Messrs. Grande and Huse,
My name is [REDACTED FOR PRIVACY (note: but I of course gave them my real name)]. I attach a scan of my expired passport and my current Chinese driver’s license. I also attach the decision of the European Court of Human Rights to grant me anonymity for past, present, and future proceedings in respect to the case I am going to talk about.
At least, later, I don’t need to send these documents anymore and I don’t need to mention my name in our communications which are meant to be published online for transparency purpose in this unprecedented major criminal RICO case.
I don’t want to have to repeat myself too many times. Therefore, before I start, I need to ask you for the email address of the Chief Compliance Officer Ms. Carine Smith Ihenacho. I already have Mr. Tangen’s email address.
Please answer me as soon as possible so that I can start explaining to you this case and how NBIM might be partaking in a pattern of racketeering activity simply by owning stocks of McDonald’s Corporation.
Once I have Ms. Smith Ihenacho’s email address, I will start explaining to the 4 of you (including Mr. Tangen) and my communications to you will be transparently CC’ed to the Assistant Legal Attaché of the U.S. Embassy in Beijing.
[REDACTED FOR PRIVACY]Click on this link to visualize the original email: 2023-04-06_2343_0800_email_to_trond_grande_and_dag_huse_about_carine_smith_ihenacho_Redacted.pdf
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