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Bernie Ecclestone’s Mother-in-Law Freed Without Ransom After Brazil Kidnapping

The kidnapped mother-in-law of Formula One chief Bernie Ecclestone has been released without any of the $36.5 million (£28 million) ransom being paid, as confirmed by Elisabete Sato of the Sao Paulo police. Aparecida Schunck, the mother of Ecclestone's wife, Fabiana Flosi, was taken from her home in Sao Paulo 10 days ago, but police have now confirmed she's been freed, as reported by BBC News. Police reportedly descended upon the property where Schunck, 67, was being held, but no shots were fired before she was freed and two suspects were arrested, per Neal Baker, Yasmin Jeffery and Janet Tappin Coelho of the Sun. Schunck said of her kidnappers, per the BBC report: "I only ask for these bandits to be jai...

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