I think the former F1 doc is out of his area of competence here as he's not commenting on medical issues, but on media issues, i.e. the communications strategy chosen by camp Schumi.
This is highly illegal. I would hope for full-on hardcore pornographic litigation against both the seller and any bidders.Mrs. Kehm confirmed that Schumacher's medical record was stolen and offered to the press for 50k Euros or more. She made absolutely clear that the contents are classified and that legal measures will be taken, should anything private from this record surface.
That's pretty much the definition of classy right there.
http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-29130742 said:Michael Schumacher leaves hospital for recovery at home
Sabine Kehm said in a statement that he had made "progress", but there was "a long and difficult road ahead".
Schumacher suffered a head injury in a skiing accident in France in December last year and was transferred to the Swiss hospital in June.
Schumacher's family said in June that he had come out of a medically induced coma to reduce swelling in his brain.
Schumacher spent six months at a hospital in France after his accident, before being transferred to the hospital in Lausanne. His family home is in Gland, which is on the shores of Lake Geneva, some 40km (25 miles) from Lausanne.
As a sad side-note his fate saved Jules Bianchi: Reportedly, he changed his will to state that he does not want life-extending measures should it be uncertain whether he'll ever get out of a vegetative state after Schumacher's accident. Then he crashed in Suzuka and never woke up from his coma. He'd probably still be "recovering" as well if he didn't sign this order.Unfortunately, I think you're right.
He's still breathing. That's all they can really say I'm sure.