That “Alan Partridge-esque” Martin Brunt feels it necessary to continue banging on about the Madeleine McCann case is just proof of how truly ridiculous this rotten toerag really is
Christian Brueckner – an undoubtedly monstrous 44-year-old beast currently incarcerated in Germany for the rape of a 72-year-old American tourist in Portugal – is most definitely a vile piece of toerag, but that the likes of Martin Brunt are getting overexcited that he has been made an “official suspect” in regards to the disappearance of Madeleine McCann on 3rd May 2007 seem a little premature and perhaps a little too convenient.
Brunt – a mouse-not-a-man whose hounding of Brenda Leyland with a camera undoubtedly contributed to that poor woman’s decision to go to a hotel and commit suicide – has previous form for causing outrage. In August 2016, following the murder of a French priest named Jacques Hamel by an ISIS terrorist, the “Alan Partridge-esuqe” Sky News presenter was quite rightly derided for commenting: “If I was terrorist, I could have killed them all” of people worshiping at a church in completely unconnected Weybridge, Surrey.
Though many, including the joker that is the charity tin banging, “Chanel-clad” Baroness Meyer’s bestie Jim Gamble believe this could be “the beginning of the end for the family” of the missing, most likely dead child, the Daily Mail rightly pointed out this morning that Brueckner’s lawyer, Friedrich Fuelsscher, “believes the Portuguese decision… to be a ‘procedural trick.’”
Going further and quoting a “well-placed source,” the paper added:
“The legal grounds for making Brueckner an arguido include the fact that he allegedly confessed to a friend he had snatched Madeleine and mobile phone records placed him in Praia da Luz the night she vanished. “
“But it is obviously linked to the fact that the Portuguese authorities want to keep their options open with the 15-year deadline looming.”
“Privately they are said to be dubious of any charges against Brueckner, as the only evidence against him appears to be circumstantial and from unreliable witnesses.”
Missing Madeleine – Questions STILL without Answers
Many questions about what happened on the evening of the disappearance of Madeleine McCann remain. Some that have been highlighted by the press and discussed online include:
- Why did Kate McCann refuse to answer 48 questions put to her by the Portuguese police?
- Why were certain records of phone calls on the evening of the disappearance “whoosh-clunked” from the memories of the phones of Mr and Mrs McCann and the ‘Tapas 7’?
- Why did a British sniffer dog sense the smell of a corpse in a cupboard in the apartment from which Madeleine McCann disappeared?
- Why did a sniffer dog also supposedly sense the smell of a corpse in a vehicle hired by the couple a month after the disappearance of their daughter?
- Why did Mr and Mrs McCann go jogging and play tennis in the days after their daughter’s disappearance?
- Was it acceptable for Mr and Mrs McCann’s mortgage to be paid by the fund established to search for their missing daughter?