A German prosecutor said that Portuguese police still believe that Madeleine McCann’s parents are responsible for his disappearance and criticized the fact of working with them.
Hans Christian Wolters said the working relationship with the Portuguese authorities is “heavy” and that they have different ideas from what happened to the missing toddler in 2007, as reported by the Daily Telegraph.
Wolters previously said authorities had “evidence” that the three-year-old girl was killed after she was uprooted from Praia da Luz on May 3 and that Christian Brueckner was currently the only suspect.
Brueckner – a convicted pedophile – is currently serving a sentence in a prison in Kiel, northern Germany, for a drug-related offense and has been placed in segregation for his own safety.
Hans Christian Wolters (photo) said that working relations with the Portuguese authorities are “heavy” and that they have different ideas from what happened to the missing toddler in 2007.
Claus Christian Claussen, the justice minister for the northern state of Schleswig-Holstein, said at a parliamentary hearing yesterday that it was about preventing “assaults by fellow prisoners”.
He added that Brueckner is “being watched closely” and receiving advice, as the Times reported.
Portuguese detectives who investigated the disappearance of Madeleine McCann were faced with difficult questions after their appearance, they identified the German pedophile who is now the main suspect in 2007 – but “dismissed” him.
Wolters, the Braunschweig public prosecutor, said: “Collaboration with authorities in southern European countries generally takes longer.
Wolters previously said authorities had “evidence” that the three-year-old girl (photo) was killed after she was uprooted from Praia da Luz on May 3.
“They take a long time for everything and the French or British police are faster.
“We keep in touch with colleagues from Portugal, but everything is heavier.
“I think Portuguese officials still believe that Maddie’s parents are responsible for his disappearance. “
It comes amid claims that Brueckner attacked his British ex-girlfriend in jealous rage, then hid while waiting for him under the bed.
He brutally assaulted the woman, who does not want to be named, after hugging another man, banging her head against the wall of a woman’s toilet in a bar in the Algarve.
Kate and Gerry McCann sport a police image of their time-changing daughter at a press conference to mark the 5th anniversary of the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, May 2, 2012
Brueckner then broke into his apartment and hid under the bed, waiting for his return, but when she returned, he left calmly, saying “goodbye” as he left, as reported by the Daily Mirror.
The couple ended their relationship in mid-2005, and then embarked on a criminal harassment campaign against them, but were never charged, although Portuguese police were called twice to find out. take care of him.
She has now revealed that the convicted pedophile could be responsible for the murder of Madeleine.
In another development, Tiziano Ilg, who had previously hired the German to work in his restaurant, said “we all know” what happened to the child.
Brueckner was hired just weeks after Madeleine disappeared at the Floral restaurant, as The Sun reports.
Responding to an online news article about his disappearance on his Facebook profile, he said cryptically: “It is time to stop watching and stop imagining. We all know.’