Suspect may be eligible for parole today despite links to murders of German girl and boy – The Sun


MADELEINE McCann’s suspect, “Christian B‘, may be eligible for parole as of today.

The test is linked to the disappearance of a boy, 6, in 1996 and a girl, 5, in 2015 by the police.

“Christian B”, 43, has been the subject of an investigation into the disappearance of a German boy, René and a girl named only Inga, according to media reports.

Inga disappeared from a family celebration in Saxony-Anhalt on May 2, 2015 and was never found, while police reopened the investigation into the disappearance of René Hasee in 1996 after he disappeared only 40 km from Praia da Luz.

But the German national is eligible for parole after serving two-thirds of his sentence for drug-related offenses – but it is not automatic and German legal experts say it is unlikely that he will is continuing because he is under investigation for murder.

He also appealed the allegations of rape of a 72-year-old woman in the Algarve resort town in 2005, when he was not charged with anything related to the Madeleine McCann case.

Police returned to “Christian B” after telling a friend in a pub that he had uprooted Madeleine, who believed she had staked the McCanns’ vacation apartment in Praia da Luz, Portugal, for four days before the three-year-old child was not abducted May 2007.

Meanwhile, Portuguese cops revealed that they spoke to their British counterparts about the new main suspect when the files were handed over in 2012.

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