Sindri Thor Stefansson, allegedly planning a gigantic bitcoin immorality in Iceland, managed to escape both from prison and from his country. Moreover, the plane to escape was carrying the Icelandic Prime Minister Katrin Jakobsdottir
Sindri Thor Stefansson, who was arrested on charges of theft of 600 computers used for the mining of Bitcoin and other crypto currencies in February, succeeded in escaping from the window and escaping to international Kaflavik Airport, 95 kilometers away, when he was sentenced in Sogni prison.
Police found that Thor Stefansson landed on a plane to Sweden from camera records at the airport. On the same plane, Icelandic Prime Minister Katrin Jakobsdottir, who went to Sweden to meet with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and four other Islinian counterparts, coincidentally.
Police chief Gunnar Schram, who is in local press releases, stated that Steffanson was escorted by using a fake passport and was absolutely certain that he was the one who helped him. The Swedish police, indicating that they have not made any arrests, informed them that their Icelandic colleagues informed them.
The Icelandic police announced that an international arrest warrant was issued for Steffanson.