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Post by jjbd » Wed May 04, 2022 5:11 pm

Whiterose wrote:
Wed May 04, 2022 11:58 am
Why would the German Police want to clear the McCann's? He is living in cloud Cuckoo land. Why would a 72 year old lady lie about being raped? Amaral so doesn't want CB to be found guilty of anything I wonder why?
Because he is covering up for something/one.

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Post by jjbd » Wed May 04, 2022 5:16 pm

Sandra Felgueiras
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It's been two years since I've heard the most diverse conspiracy theories about Christian Bruckner since German justice pointed him out as the murder of Madeleine McCann.
I have my well-educated opinion on this matter, but while I listen, my job is to report facts, not rumors, nor convictions.
But my real duty to public opinion is no less when we are talking about a politician or a police officer. Or a former police officer who relentlessly influenced the public opinion.
For this reason, in 2008, when I read all the volumes of the investigation conducted by Gonçalo Amaral, I found that the alleged evidence he collected against the McCann couple was not evidence but assumptions. A kind of "copy-paste" of what I had done in the Joana case investigation.
The so-called evidence found by the dogs in the room of the apartment where they vacationed and in McCann’s rental car a month after their daughter’s disappearance has not been lab-confirmed to belong to Madeleine. And it was this irrefutable fact by science that led the Portuguese justice system to eliminate them.
But when this truth came public, Gonçalo Amaral had already been removed from the case for speaking to journalists. One of them used a statement from him on "on" and that was why she was removed.
From then on, the said inspector started a fight, writing books and making documentaries insisting on his thesis and accusing the superiors who fired him for not letting him do the job he should because of political pressure.
But the question I ask is, does any good cop start by identifying a suspect and then force his theory to fit into the theory he preconceived?
No. No good investigator does that. But Gonçalo Amaral did it. And insists on doing so.
And that's why there are no eternal truths.
There are facts that will be revealed.
Until 2019, no one had associated Christian Bruckner to the Madeleine case despite him being outside the Ocean Club at the time of his disappearance and being a known pedophile to the Portuguese and German authorities.
I understand that for the Portuguese public opinion it is easier to believe that McCann's negligence by leaving their children alone, while they went to dinner with their friends, turns them into the real culprits.
But this couple has been living with that guilt from day one. 15 years ago.
And that's the only fact we can point them out.
Today, the Portuguese Judicial Police has only one defendant in this case. His name is Christian Bruckner and he had traces of Madeleine in the caravan he was wearing at the time.
Intellectual honesty demands that all who have been convinced by a outdated false theory see reality.
Too bad they stand still in time.
Like the thousands who believe Elvis Presley didn't die or that the man didn't go to the moon.
I do not tell you this for any reason other than my duty of intellectual honesty.
The truth doesn't always please us. But if it's the one that exists, it's the only one we should report.
Well said Sandra.

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Post by sal » Wed May 04, 2022 6:48 pm

I'll second that jj :s_thumbsup

Where's that posted jj?...........found it :s_smile
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Post by Alibongo » Wed May 04, 2022 7:41 pm

Wow that's one brave lady standing up for the truth. Sandra I salute you!!!
Parent-blaming is all-too-common these days, and usually the point is to make other parents feel better about their own parenting skills

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Post by jjbd » Wed May 04, 2022 9:42 pm

by Tony Bennett Today at 14:21REPLY:

Herr Wolters is 100% FAKE. And a LIAR.

So are the media, on just about every issue of the day: Climate change, CO2, Brexit, Covid19, the coming New World Order, digital passports, the new mRNA vaccines, the PCR test, China, Trump, Biden, the 2020 'stolen' U.S. election, transgenderism, high-level p.a.e.d.o.philia, Madeleine McCann, evolution, the Bible
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Post by Carana » Thu May 05, 2022 8:28 am

I have great respect for people who have the courage to admit that they were wrong and who also have the courage to try to put things right.

For me, in this whole sorry saga, Sandra is in this rare category. And so is Bren.
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Post by Carana » Thu May 05, 2022 8:34 am

jjbd wrote:
Wed May 04, 2022 9:42 pm
by Tony Bennett Today at 14:21REPLY:

Herr Wolters is 100% FAKE. And a LIAR.

So are the media, on just about every issue of the day: Climate change, CO2, Brexit, Covid19, the coming New World Order, digital passports, the new mRNA vaccines, the PCR test, China, Trump, Biden, the 2020 'stolen' U.S. election, transgenderism, high-level p.a.e.d.o.philia, Madeleine McCann, evolution, the Bible
lol
Reminds me of the joke about two mums proudly watching their sons on military parade. One says to the other "Johnny is just so clever. He's the only one of the whole lot marching in tune to the beat."
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Post by Carana » Thu May 05, 2022 8:44 am

honestbroker1 wrote:
Tue May 03, 2022 8:44 am
https://www.sabado.pt/video/detalhe/esp ... aso-maddie

Sandra (forgotten her surname, sorry) asks:
If you find something belonging to Madeleine in Brueckner's van, ...
Walter's reply:
To the details of the investigation, I cannot give you a comment
Sandra:
But you can't deny it, can you?
Walters:
I don't want to deny it
:s_sad

Should have added, with thanks to Swertigo Virl at UK Justice.
Unfortunately, at this stage, I think Sandra may have over-interpreted the fact that he didn't deny it. In context, it's the usual "we can neither confirm nor deny...".
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Post by jjbd » Thu May 05, 2022 10:22 am

by Verdi Yesterday at 14:56
This is just disgraceful, is there no code of conduct, ethics, left in the world of journalism?

Sandra Felgueiras is a conniving minx, a career junkie who'll stop at nothing on the ladder of stardom. The ask the dogs interview with Gerry and Kate McCann all those years ago, the interview that sent social media into a frenzy because of a few words spoken, was nothing but another attempt at career advancement for Ms Felgueiras. She even gets a personal, slightly derogative, mention in Jon Clarke's booky wooky - that in itself speaks volumes.

This has been proven time and time again over the years, more recently her prominence in one or more of the 'Prime Suspect: Madeleine McCann Documentary productions.

This nonsense makes me so angry. The major problem being that the general public, those who haven't followed this case since the beginning, will believe what they read without question.

Even The Times has taken-up the story - for that is what this is, a story.
Doubly well done Sandra for annoying the cesspit so much.

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Post by honestbroker1 » Thu May 05, 2022 12:56 pm

Carana wrote:
Thu May 05, 2022 8:44 am
honestbroker1 wrote:
Tue May 03, 2022 8:44 am
https://www.sabado.pt/video/detalhe/esp ... aso-maddie

Sandra (forgotten her surname, sorry) asks:
If you find something belonging to Madeleine in Brueckner's van, ...
Walter's reply:
To the details of the investigation, I cannot give you a comment
Sandra:
But you can't deny it, can you?
Walters:
I don't want to deny it
:s_sad

Should have added, with thanks to Swertigo Virl at UK Justice.
Unfortunately, at this stage, I think Sandra may have over-interpreted the fact that he didn't deny it. In context, it's the usual "we can neither confirm nor deny...".
According to the Olive Press, the only thing standing in the way of charges against Brueckner is some bureaucratic hurdle that has to be smoothed over with Italy.

If that's right then I don't think Sandra has overegged anything.

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Post by Carana » Thu May 05, 2022 2:01 pm

Ok. Do you have access to the article? I tried, but it appeared to be behind a paywall.
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Carana wrote:
Thu May 05, 2022 2:01 pm
Ok. Do you have access to the article? I tried, but it appeared to be behind a paywall.
try........https://www.theolivepress.es/spain-news ... y-charged/

or

https://webcache.googleusercontent.com/ ... clnk&gl=uk
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Post by Carana » Thu May 05, 2022 2:20 pm

Ta Sal, one of them seems to work. :s_thumbsup
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Post by honestbroker1 » Thu May 05, 2022 2:24 pm

sal wrote:
Thu May 05, 2022 2:06 pm
Carana wrote:
Thu May 05, 2022 2:01 pm
Ok. Do you have access to the article? I tried, but it appeared to be behind a paywall.
try........https://www.theolivepress.es/spain-news ... y-charged/

or

https://webcache.googleusercontent.com/ ... clnk&gl=uk
Thank you, Sal

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Post by sal » Thu May 05, 2022 3:09 pm

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/articl ... -says.html


'We DO have new evidence… but we did NOT find fibres in Madeleine McCann suspect's van': German prosecutor DENIES bombshell claim but says new clue points to Christian Brueckner
Prosecutor leading Madeleine probe insists new evidence has been found
Clues all point to the involvement of Christian Brueckner, he told MailOnline
He rubbished story that Maddie's pyjama fibres were found in Brueckner's van
Brueckner was named prime suspect two years ago, but has not been charged
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Sandra F interview with prosecutor

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uxAQSwQuXh8&t=82s

change setting to get English sub titles.
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sal wrote:
Thu May 05, 2022 3:09 pm
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/articl ... -says.html


'We DO have new evidence… but we did NOT find fibres in Madeleine McCann suspect's van': German prosecutor DENIES bombshell claim but says new clue points to Christian Brueckner
Prosecutor leading Madeleine probe insists new evidence has been found
Clues all point to the involvement of Christian Brueckner, he told MailOnline
He rubbished story that Maddie's pyjama fibres were found in Brueckner's van
Brueckner was named prime suspect two years ago, but has not been charged
An item belonging to Madeleine McCann has been found in a camper van belonging to a German p.a.e.dophile accused of abducting the young British girl 15 years ago, it was claimed last night.

If the discovery is confirmed it will be one of the first significant breakthroughs in the two-year investigation into Christian Brückner, who has been identified as the prime suspect in Madeleine’s disappearance.

Sandra Felgueiras, a Portuguese television presenter who has covered the case for several years, claimed a local police source had told her that one of Madeleine’s possessions had turned up in a fresh search of Brückner’s old VW camper van.

Brückner was living in the van at a location several miles away from the McCann family’s holiday apartment in Praia da Luz, on the Algarve coast of Portugal, when the girl vanished in 2007.

His mobile phone is said to have been active in the area on the evening in question but he has repeatedly denied any involvement in her suspected kidnapping and insists he has an alibi.

However, Hans-Christian Wolters, the prosecutor leading the German investigation into the case, said his team had uncovered “new facts and new evidence”, without going into details.

There has been unconfirmed speculation in parts the British press that the item may be several threads from the pink Winnie the Pooh-branded pyjamas Madeleine was wearing on the night she disappeared.

Wolters told Portuguese TV: “It’s not forensic evidence, but evidence, and because of our evidence, we are sure [Brückner] is the murderer of Madeleine McCann.”


Asked by Felgueiras whether it was true that an article associated with Madeleine had been found in Brückner’s van, Wolters said he could not comment on the details of the investigation

Brückner, 45, is serving a seven-year prison sentence in the northwest German town of Oldenburg for raping a 72-year-old American tourist on the Algarve. He has multiple previous convictions for a range of crimes including child abuse, theft and drug trafficking.

Yesterday it emerged that he had been denied parole by a court because of the risk that he would reoffend. His legal team had applied for the sentence to be lifted after he served half of the term, including a period in pre-trial detention.

Christian Brückner, who has multiple convictions including for rape and child abuse, has repeatedly denied any involvement in Madeleine McCann’s disappearance and says he has an alibi
Christian Brückner, who has multiple convictions including for rape and child abuse, has repeatedly denied any involvement in Madeleine McCann’s disappearance and says he has an alibi
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The application was rejected on April 21. On the same day Brückner was interviewed for the first time by German prosecutors, acting on behalf of the Portuguese police. The authorities in Portugal recently named him as an arguido, meaning a suspect who has yet to be arrested or charged. This measure appears to be an effort to circumvent Portugal’s 15-year statute of limitation on serious crimes.

However, Brückner invoked his right to remain silent under Portuguese law and declined to answer any questions about where he had been when Madeleine disappeared.

German prosecutors have indicated that they intend to charge Brückner in the coming months but he may first face charges for other crimes, including the alleged rape of Hazel Behan, a young Irishwoman, in 2004.

Yesterday, in a statement marking the 15th anniversary of Madeleine’s disappearance, her parents said they still felt an “essential . . . need for answers”.

Kate and Gerry McCann posted on their website an illustration of Pooh and Piglet together with the words: “The most important thing is, even if we’re apart, I’ll always be with you.”

“It’s a very long time,” the McCanns wrote on their Find Madeleine website. “Many people talk about the need for ‘closure’. It’s always felt a strange term. Regardless of outcome, Madeleine will always be our daughter and a truly horrific crime has been committed.

“These things will remain. It is true though that uncertainty creates weakness; knowledge and certainty give strength, and for this reason our need for answers, for the truth, is essential.”
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https://www.braunschweiger-zeitung.de/p ... ungen.html

Madeleine McCann: New evidence - case before investigation?
05/05/2022, 17:54 | Reading time: 5 minutes
Ralph Schulze



BERLIN. In the case of Madeleine McCann, who has been missing for 15 years, investigators have new evidence. The case could be solved.

In the case of the three-year-old Madeleine , who disappeared without a trace 15 years ago on the Portuguese holiday coast of Algarve , the investigators have apparently made a step forward. As the Braunschweig public prosecutor announced, the suspicion against the German main suspect Christian B. had been confirmed. Can the mystery of the British girl, who according to the police has probably been dead for a long time, still be solved?

The 45-year-old Christian B. has a criminal record for sexual assault. He is in custody in Germany for raping an American woman vacationing in Portugal. The attack on an American also happened in the Algarve in 2005. And not far from the seaside resort of Praia da Luz, where Madeleine disappeared on May 3, 2007 .




Madeleine McCann case: Traces found in Christian B's VW bus
"We have found new facts that give us the certainty that he is Madeleine McCann's murderer ," said Braunschweig public prosecutor Hans Christian Wolters in an exclusive interview with the Portuguese TV station CMTV. However, the investigations are not yet complete. "The investigations against Christian B. continue."


Prosecutor Wolters did not provide details of the new evidence . However, Wolters indicated that investigators found traces of Madeleine in a VW bus that belonged to the German s-e-x offender at the time. British media speculated that these traces could be fibers from "Maddie's" pajamas - but this has not been confirmed. The three-year-old slept in her parents Kate and Gerry McCann's Portuguese holiday apartment on the evening of May 3, 2007. When the parents returned from a dinner at the resort's restaurant, Madeleine was gone.

The white and yellow VW bus with which Christian B. was traveling in the Algarve at the time of the crime was secured in Portugal and taken to Germany. There, the vehicle was checked millimeter by millimeter by the Federal Criminal Police Office using the latest technology for fingerprints, bloodstains, hair residue and other traces.

Many questions in the Madeleine case are still open
Meanwhile, Christian B. denies having anything to do with the Madeleine case. He is said to have provided investigators with an alibi for the night the blonde girl disappeared. It is said that he was with an 18-year-old German girlfriend on the night in question.


Prosecutor Wolters considers this claim to be of little credibility. "He has nothing. He has no alibi," he said in a TV interview. Even if now more and more evidence seems to burden Christian B.: The investigators are still looking for answers to some crucial questions. About this: Who did B. call on the night of the crime? On the evening of the disappearance, his mobile phone was logged into the radio network not far from Madeleine's holiday apartment. Did B. have an accomplice ?

And what exactly happened to Madeleine? If she was killed by B., as investigators believe, where are her remains ? For months, Portuguese investigators have turned over every stone in the vicinity of the holiday apartment. Divers searched the bottom of the sea. But nothing was found.

Christian B. boasted to an acquaintance of Madeleine
However, B. is said to have fantasized in the past kidnapping a child , abusing it and then making it disappear without a trace. He wanted to "capture something small and use it for days," wrote B. according to "Spiegel" in 2013 in a chat that was documented in the investigation files. In response to the reply that this was dangerous, B. is said to have written in the chat: "Oh, if the evidence is destroyed afterwards."

Kate and Gerry McCann share a picture of their missing daughter Madeleine (Maddie) during a press conference. On May 3, 2007, the then three-year-old British girl disappeared from a holiday apartment in Praia da Luz, Portugal. Since then, this mysterious case has been followed down to the smallest details, has repeatedly been in the limelight and made headlines worldwide.

Incidentally, the investigators found B. after a tip . B. is said to have boasted to an acquaintance on a beer-filled evening in Braunschweig in 2017 that he “knew everything about Madeleine”. He also showed the drinking buddies cell phone pictures of the sexual abuse of a woman – the acquaintance then informed the police.

Charges against B. for rape and abuse cases
According to public prosecutor Wolters, B.'s indictment is currently being prepared: initially for three cases of rape of women and two cases of child abuse . There is now sufficient evidence to back up these allegations. In the case of Madeleine, Wolters wants to take his time to gather more incriminating evidence for a murder trial. "The investigations will still take some time," says the public prosecutor.

Wolters does not have to worry that B. could escape punishment in the course of the long investigation. The alleged s-e-x serial offender B. is currently in prison , he is threatened with further convictions and, moreover, the murder charge in the Madeleine case is not subject to the statute of limitations under German law.

This article first appeared on morgenpost.de .
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who has lied about the BKA finding fibre's from Madeleine's pyjamas in CB's van .... Especially considering he pretends to care about the grieving #McCann family. Her actions are disgusting no matter what side your on

Can anyone point out the link to SF specifically stating fibres/pyjamas?

According to the German press it was........
British media speculated that these traces could be fibers from "Maddie's" pajamas
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sal wrote:
Thu May 05, 2022 5:27 pm
https://www.braunschweiger-zeitung.de/p ... ungen.html

Madeleine McCann: New evidence - case before investigation?
05/05/2022, 17:54 | Reading time: 5 minutes
Ralph Schulze



BERLIN. In the case of Madeleine McCann, who has been missing for 15 years, investigators have new evidence. The case could be solved.

In the case of the three-year-old Madeleine , who disappeared without a trace 15 years ago on the Portuguese holiday coast of Algarve , the investigators have apparently made a step forward. As the Braunschweig public prosecutor announced, the suspicion against the German main suspect Christian B. had been confirmed. Can the mystery of the British girl, who according to the police has probably been dead for a long time, still be solved?

The 45-year-old Christian B. has a criminal record for sexual assault. He is in custody in Germany for raping an American woman vacationing in Portugal. The attack on an American also happened in the Algarve in 2005. And not far from the seaside resort of Praia da Luz, where Madeleine disappeared on May 3, 2007 .




Madeleine McCann case: Traces found in Christian B's VW bus
"We have found new facts that give us the certainty that he is Madeleine McCann's murderer ," said Braunschweig public prosecutor Hans Christian Wolters in an exclusive interview with the Portuguese TV station CMTV. However, the investigations are not yet complete. "The investigations against Christian B. continue."


Prosecutor Wolters did not provide details of the new evidence . However, Wolters indicated that investigators found traces of Madeleine in a VW bus that belonged to the German s-e-x offender at the time. British media speculated that these traces could be fibers from "Maddie's" pajamas - but this has not been confirmed. The three-year-old slept in her parents Kate and Gerry McCann's Portuguese holiday apartment on the evening of May 3, 2007. When the parents returned from a dinner at the resort's restaurant, Madeleine was gone.

The white and yellow VW bus with which Christian B. was traveling in the Algarve at the time of the crime was secured in Portugal and taken to Germany. There, the vehicle was checked millimeter by millimeter by the Federal Criminal Police Office using the latest technology for fingerprints, bloodstains, hair residue and other traces.

Many questions in the Madeleine case are still open
Meanwhile, Christian B. denies having anything to do with the Madeleine case. He is said to have provided investigators with an alibi for the night the blonde girl disappeared. It is said that he was with an 18-year-old German girlfriend on the night in question.


Prosecutor Wolters considers this claim to be of little credibility. "He has nothing. He has no alibi," he said in a TV interview. Even if now more and more evidence seems to burden Christian B.: The investigators are still looking for answers to some crucial questions. About this: Who did B. call on the night of the crime? On the evening of the disappearance, his mobile phone was logged into the radio network not far from Madeleine's holiday apartment. Did B. have an accomplice ?

And what exactly happened to Madeleine? If she was killed by B., as investigators believe, where are her remains ? For months, Portuguese investigators have turned over every stone in the vicinity of the holiday apartment. Divers searched the bottom of the sea. But nothing was found.

Christian B. boasted to an acquaintance of Madeleine
However, B. is said to have fantasized in the past kidnapping a child , abusing it and then making it disappear without a trace. He wanted to "capture something small and use it for days," wrote B. according to "Spiegel" in 2013 in a chat that was documented in the investigation files. In response to the reply that this was dangerous, B. is said to have written in the chat: "Oh, if the evidence is destroyed afterwards."

Kate and Gerry McCann share a picture of their missing daughter Madeleine (Maddie) during a press conference. On May 3, 2007, the then three-year-old British girl disappeared from a holiday apartment in Praia da Luz, Portugal. Since then, this mysterious case has been followed down to the smallest details, has repeatedly been in the limelight and made headlines worldwide.

Incidentally, the investigators found B. after a tip . B. is said to have boasted to an acquaintance on a beer-filled evening in Braunschweig in 2017 that he “knew everything about Madeleine”. He also showed the drinking buddies cell phone pictures of the sexual abuse of a woman – the acquaintance then informed the police.

Charges against B. for rape and abuse cases
According to public prosecutor Wolters, B.'s indictment is currently being prepared: initially for three cases of rape of women and two cases of child abuse . There is now sufficient evidence to back up these allegations. In the case of Madeleine, Wolters wants to take his time to gather more incriminating evidence for a murder trial. "The investigations will still take some time," says the public prosecutor.

Wolters does not have to worry that B. could escape punishment in the course of the long investigation. The alleged s-e-x serial offender B. is currently in prison , he is threatened with further convictions and, moreover, the murder charge in the Madeleine case is not subject to the statute of limitations under German law.

This article first appeared on morgenpost.de .
The alleged s-e-x serial offender B. is currently in prison , he is threatened with further convictions and, moreover, the murder charge in the Madeleine case is not subject to the statute of limitations under German law.
That answers another of my questions. Even if Portugal's statute of limitations curtails the Portuguese enquiry, the German probe will continue.

And Portugal has taken the steps to extend its tenure of investigation-time.

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Sabado
PJ doesn't believe Bruckner is the only one to blame in the Maddie case
PJ doesn't believe Bruckner is the only one to blame in the Maddie case
Sandra Felgueiras
41 minutes ago
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Watch the second part of the SATURDAY Investigation into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann on CMTV, this Friday, May 6th.

Portuguese authorities do not believe that Christian Bruckner acted alone in the Madeleine McCann case. In the second part of the exclusive interview given by the German Prosecutor to the SÁBADO Investigation , we will find out all the answers that Hans Christian Wolters gives to this and other questions, such as, for example, if the English child was kidnapped to be sold, in a crime that ran evil and ended in murder. To see tomorrow, Friday, on CMTV, at 21 pm.
https://www.sabado.pt/portugal/detalhe/ ... aso-maddie
Rogério Alves says claims made by Gonçalo Amaral are a 'waste of time'

sal
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Re: German prisoner identified as suspect

Post by sal » Thu May 05, 2022 9:31 pm

1st interview...snip

SF and 2 years after are you even more sure that he is the one that's killed Madeleine McCann

W we are sure that he is the murderer of Madeleine McCann

SF so you are sure about two things you are sure that he kidnapped her and he killed her

W we are sure that he killed Madeleine McCann

SF you are not sure tht he was the one that got into the ocean club and kidnapped her

W to the details I don't want to tell you anything at the moment.
Rogério Alves says claims made by Gonçalo Amaral are a 'waste of time'

Pedro
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Re: German prisoner identified as suspect

Post by Pedro » Thu May 05, 2022 10:09 pm

about: "For months, Portuguese investigators have turned over every stone in the vicinity of the holiday apartment. Divers searched the bottom of the sea. But nothing was found.", another reason for me not to believe in nothing that comes from the Germam prosecutor.

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