Police investigating the Madeleine McCann case found girls’ swimming costumes, children’s clothes, and 8,000 child abuse images in Christian Brueckner’s motor home, it has been reported.
BRUECKNER is also said to have boasted a motorhome he owned and drove repeatedly between Germany and Portugal was ideal for hiding “drugs and children.”
German investigators say they believe Christian ‘B’, as he was originally called, killed Madeleine soon after abducting her from a holiday apartment in the Portuguese resort of Praia da Luz in May 2007, there was a report from a hotel in Valencia in northern Spain two weeks after she disappeared but it was never followed up on.
Letter and Denial
Brueckner has for the first time denied abducting the British toddler, the jailed peadophile’s lawyer, Friedrich Fulscher, made the revelation yesterday after speaking to the convicted rapist, who is in solitary confinement in a German jail.
Despite reports, Madeleine’s parents have strongly denied receiving a letter from German investigators “that states there is evidence or proof” she is dead.
Investigators in Germany think that Christian Brueckner, 43, abducted Madeleine from the holiday apartment in Praia da Luz, Portugal, in 2007, before killing her. Brueckner is currently serving a sentence in Germany for drug dealing and for raping a 72-year-old woman in Portugal in 2005.