As Christian Brueckner’s lawyer highlights that the German police have not established any link to the ‘disappearance’ of Madeleine McCann, we suggest the distraction technique is ‘in play’
DISTRACTION AT WORK – Whilst Christian Brueckner’s lawyer Friedrich Fuelscher this week told the Mirror: “He could be my dogsitter, yes, but because of his record I would not let him look after my own daughter,” he also shared that he has “uncovered completely new information which he plans to reveal in the coming weeks.”
“I cannot tell you what it is – but it is big. It certainly surprised me,” he continued and frankly the fact of the matter is thus far the German police have been able to come up with utterly nothing concrete linking this plainly vile man to what actually happened on the 3rd May 2007 in Apartment 5a, Rua Dr Agostihno Da Silva, Praia Da Luz.
The lawyer for ‘Christian B’ – as some refer to him – also rightly pointed out that “[Scotland Yard still] have good reasons to still treat this as a missing persons’ inquiry” rather than a murder and that yet more good money has been thrown after bad when the cases of other missing people get little to no attention is an utter outrage. Here, clearly, yet again, the distraction technique is in play and frankly it is time to put a stop to this disgraceful charade for once and for all.
Missing Madeleine – Questions STILL without answers – The ultimate case of the distraction technique at work
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?
Find Madeline, find her now, Give me a break. If we spent this much time, money and effort on every missing person, the country would go broke. Why has so much been done for this family, are they royalty? and why was their mortgage paid out from funds donated? a lit of unanswered questions.
Now let’s wait for the usual Looney tune.