Maddie McCann she is dead and there is evidence to prove it. A spokesman for the German prosecutor Braunschweig, who is investigating the case of the girl who passed away in 2007 in Portugal, reiterated the presence of “concrete evidence, not simple indications “, which confirm the death of the little girl. Interviewed by Republic, the German prosecutor Hans Christian Wolters he also denied Maddie’s parents, Kate and Gerry McCann, who yesterday denied having been informed of the discovery of these new evidence. And about the main suspect, Christian Brueckner, 43 year old German with precedents for pedophilia is drug, sentenced at first instance for the rape of a 72 year old girl and now in prison in Kiel, the German prosecutor added: “We have not yet questioned him, we will do so at the end of the investigation”.
Wolters pointed out that the federal and British police, in coordination with the German prosecutor’s office, made contact with the child’s family: before publicly communicating that they were investigating for murder, a letter was sent to Maddie’s parents informing them of the intentions of the investigators and that according to them the little girl had died. Sending that letter “was one personal decision, human – the prosecutor said to Republic – We are not obliged to make contact with witnesses and they are witnesses. But since they are also parents of a missing child, it is obvious that we are concerned with how they are “. Later, another letter was sent to the family, “but I don’t know if it has already gone to the McCann family,” Wolters pointed out, not specifying the content, however.
The main suspect in Maddie’s disappearance and murder is Christian Brueckner: according to the investigators, it was the 43 year old, helped by an accomplice who worked in the tourist village where the McCann family was spending the holidays, to take Maddie, left alone with the younger brothers in the apartment, on the evening of May 3, 2007 The German prosecutor is investigating Brueckner for two years, Wolters pointed out, “and the British and Portuguese authorities for much longer. It’s a difficult case and we will certainly not make ourselves heard with mouthfuls of investigations, with intermediate results. We will make ourselves heard when we have concrete results “. For the time being, Wolters said, the suspect has not yet been questioned: “We will do so at the end of the investigation. We do not see why, at the moment, I do not think he would confess or that it would be useful for us to provide him with elements of inquiry. Your attorney doesn’t even have access to our records for now. He doesn’t know what we have against him“.
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