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Scabrous issues in Madeleine McCann’s suspect motorhome

Christian Brueckner owned a motorhome and described it a perfect to hide "children and drugs". Police found photo of children abuse in a memory stick and children's clothes.

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Based on reported, the police found girls’ swimming costume, children’s clothes and 8,000 child abuse image while investigating the suspect in the Madeleine McCann case. The suspect, Christian Brueckner, owned a motorhome and use it to move from Germany and Portugal and back. He said it was deal size for hiding “drugs and children“.

The evidences in Madeleine’s suspect motorhome

German investigators accused him of Madeleine’s death after kidnapping her from a holiday apartment in the Portuguese resort of Praia da Luz in May 2007. Spiegel TV, a germany broadcaster, published a documentary film in which the police scoured the motorhome in May 2016, to investigate about the disappearance of five-year-old Inga Gehricke – also known as German Maddie. The police also discovered a computer memory stick that contained 8,000 files, pictures and videos about child abuse. It was found in a bag which was buried under Brueckner’s dog body.

Family denied to receive a letter

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Then Madeleine’s parents have disclaimed receiving a letter from the investigator that made known to have proof of the child’s death. The correspondence had been sent to the parents that German police have “concrete evidence” Madeleine is dead, according to major media. However they cannot diffuse what it is.

Surprisingly, Kate and Gerry McCann stated a post of deny on the Find Madeleine website on Tuesday. They negated the claims, affirming that the news provoked “unnecessary anxiety to friends and family and once again disrupted our lives”.

A past full of shadows

Brueckner is also under investigation for Inga who has vanished from the woods near Diakoniewerk Wilhelmshof in Saxony-Anhalt during a family picnic in 2015. Actually, Brueckner is serving a 15-month prison sentence in Germany for drug dealing. He was sentenced to seven years in jail for the 2005 rape of a 72-year-old American woman, also at Praia da Luz.

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