A witness, a former family friend Madeleine McCannPublicly breaking his silence about what happened that day, the prime suspect, Christian Bruckner, said he had been told the girl “didn’t scream”.
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That man was Helge Pushing He explained how he found out about the defendant’s dark past when he found the videos of the sexual abuse.. Everything points to the fact that he knew Bruckner’s nature long before the woman disappeared.
In his testimony, the man revealed that he had seen two pictures, one with an old woman tied up and another with a young man: “You can see how someone is flogging that woman. She was tied up, bedridden, wearing tinted ski goggles and looked to be in her 70s or 80s. She shouted: ‘You bloody bastard!’
Christian Bruckner’s chilling phrase as he is accused of murdering Madeleine McCann: “I didn’t scream”
Madeleine McCann disappeared in 2007 while her family was on holiday in Portugal. Since then, the main suspect, Christian Bruckner, a German, has been arrested for other crimes.
In his story, He also said that he met Bruckner again in 2008. “He asked me, ‘Don’t you want to go to Portugal and do business there?’ I said, ‘No, I’ve had a lot of police searches since the girl disappeared there, I don’t need it. Anyway, I don’t understand how the girl disappeared without a trace,'” the witness continued in conversation, to which the prime suspect replied: “She didn’t scream”.
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During the search, several items were found, which were collected and then taken to Great Britain for investigation, where they are in charge of carrying out the discovery process. Madeleine McCann.
“It’s too strong to say it’s a waste of time, but the authorities are really disappointed. There are few materials to carry out the tests and the police team will continue to work hard Every effort should be made to ensure that no stone is left unturned by checking every item seized from that warehouse.
Efforts to locate materials that could refer to the case were unsuccessful. Because they provide “no answers or new clues”.
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