Madeleine McCann suspects that Christian Bruckner may never be questioned by police because investigators say he is ‘away as a witness’
- Hans Christian Voter says evidence against Maddy suspect ‘not so strong’
- In June, German police named pedophile Christian Bruckner as the main suspect
- Bruckner lived near the Priya da Luz resort, where Maddy disappeared in 2007
The prime suspect in Medellin McCann’s disappearance can never be questioned by police because investigators say he does not have enough evidence and is just a witness from justice.
Pedophile Christian Bruckner, who was sentenced to 43 years, was named by the German police as a murder suspect, having disappeared in 2007 after 13 years of Maddy being on vacation with his family in Portugal.
After talking to the investigator and people close to Bruckner, the prosecution led the investigation, stating that police did not have enough evidence to secure the arrest warrant.
Maddy McCann went missing in 2007 after leaving her family in a hotel room at a resort in Priya da Luz, Portugal.
Christian Bruckner was named as a suspect in Maddy’s disappearance in June, but police now fear they do not have enough evidence to seek punishment
Hans Christian Wolters told the podcast that he had taken her: ‘At this time our evidence is not so strong that we are sure he will be sentenced by the court.
‘Maybe we need a witness who can tell us things we don’t know.’
Last month, Mr. Voltars revealed that he would not need to find Maddy’s body to prosecute Bruckner for his murder.
Asked if he had any forensic evidence to place Bruckner inside the flat where Madeline was sleeping, Mr Wolters replied: ‘I have an answer but we decided not to split this information is.
I cannot say ‘yes’ or ‘no’ because it will bring a thousand other questions and I cannot go into details.
‘But you have to believe me when I say that we have more evidence.
‘Here in Germany our public ministries only divide things when they are solid.’
Bruckner is serving time in prison in Germany after being convicted of drug offenses.
Prosecutor Hans Christian Wolters told a podcast: ‘We need a witness who can tell us things we don’t know’
He was previously convicted of child abuse and rape.
McCann’s comments to Mr. Walters, a family friend, were heartbreaking.
He told The Mirror: ‘It looks like he is trying to lower expectations after coming out blazing all guns.’
Bruckner, who lived at the resort of Priya da Luz at the time of Medi’s disappearance, previously stated that he is innocent for any crime related to the age of four.