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The woman was in deep depression, threatened to take her own life and categorically refused to reveal what she spent the money for. The son realised that it was he in all likelihood who would have to pay it all back. As it afterwards turned out, Vera had transferred the money to bank accounts abroad.
The relatives urged her to show the cheques which would show them where the money went. Initially, Vera agreed but afterwards changed her mind. The relatives learned that Vera was on antidepressants and offered her an opportunity to see a psychiatrist, but Vera refused. Neither was she willing to explain to relatives the backdrop of what had transpired.
In her apartment, they were unable to find any documents which would have explained the facts behind such large debt. At long last, Kristina managed to make her granny speak out. She communicated with the man in English, using an online translations program. Increasingly, the man caught her in his web, convincing her that the more money she would gibe, the more would be accumulated and the faster she would get it back. The relatives had recourse to police but were told that as the woman transferred the money voluntarily, necessary elements of a criminal offence were missing.
According to Mr Asari, the case could come under fraud or extortion pursuant to Penal Code. The relatives fear that Vera will borrow some more to transfer to the fraudster. As an option, they have considered a psychiatric expert analysis on her as basis for court to appoint a guardian. That would be legal basis to gain control over her bank account. But the relatives deem that a complicated path to take, as earlier the woman has had no psychic disorders at all.
Kristina dug into it and found the potential suspect.