As it emerges that the Germans are taking the biscuit and the prospect of Christian Brueckner being charged in the Madeleine McCann case has slimmed further, isn’t it time that this pointless £14 million investigation was closed down?
After Matthew Steeples of The Steeple Times and Alexis Parr and Richard Eden of the Daily Mail shared an appeal for a missing friend, William Cookson, useful leads poured in that helped lead to his location being identified. Wonderfully, William was subsequently found, but meanwhile the Metropolitan Police – a force rightly currently being analysed for its gross incompetence – continue their charade of ‘investigating’ the ‘disappearance’ of Madeleine McCann.
With £14 million thrown already down the Thomas Crapper by that incompetent set of officers on a search for a child that would have been found given some nefarious sort would have come forward to trade some other nefarious sort in given the rewards on offer, it wasn’t surprising this morning when The Mirror – one of the few papers to report honestly on this case – shared news that the chances of the definitely vile sex offender Christian Brueckner has slimmed further.
In an “exclusive” article about how the German – referenced in many titles just as ‘Christian B’ – likely faces charges of a number of other sex offences, Patrick Hill and Rob Hill for the paper claimed: “There is no end in sight for the Maddie probe itself.”
Hans Christian Wolters, the head of the inquiry into the ‘disappearance’ of the child of Gerry and Kate McCann in Germany, added: “The investigation into Maddie is still ongoing. A conclusion is not insight. I really can’t say how long the investigation will take. It is also not certain whether an indictment can be made in the end.”
Previously and also writing for the red-top, Jerry Lawton and Ryan Merrifield revealed: “There is no evidence that the prime suspect in the Madeleine McCann case was responsible for her disappearance, claims an investigator. Ex-detective Mark Williams-Thomas says the then-toddler’s real abductor will now likely get away with it due to the narrow-minded focus on Christian Brueckner.”
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?