The small one Madeleine McCann would be dead. German prosecutors wrote to the girl’s parents telling them they had “concrete evidence” of her death. Writes it on Daily Mail, explaining that the circumstances of the death were not revealed in order not to jeopardize Prosecutor Hans Christian Wolters’ investigation into the main suspect, Christian Brueckner. “I understand the parents but if we reveal more details we can compromise the investigation,” said Wolters, “we cannot say why she died because it is more important to nail the culprit than to put our cards on the table explaining why we think she is.” The small one Maddie has disappeared in the 2007 in Portugal at the age of 3. “This is a case of murder, not personally missing, “said prosecutor Wolters.
The letter sent by German prosecutors to Maddie’s parents, Kate and Gerry McCann, represents the first official communication to the family about the death. According to reports The Mirror, Kate and Gerry asked to see evidence of death. Using telephone records, German police located 43-year-old Brueckner near the location where Maddie disappeared in 2007, in Praia da Luz, in Portugal. The homicidal suspect is also investigated in the case of Joana, who disappeared at 8 years of age in 2004, 8 kilometers from Praia da Luz. Suspected of kidnapping a German girl, Inga, in 2015. Brueckner was sentenced to two years in prison at the age of 17 for sexual abuse of a girl and was arrested in 2018 in Italy with an international arrest warrant for the rape of a tourist in the Algarve, right where she disappeared.