As Christian Brueckner’s lawyer justifiably suggests he cannot have been present when Madeleine McCann was allegedly kidnapped, Matthew Steeples argues that other developments will also likely lead nowhere
Yesterday, just as Friedrich Fulscher, the lawyer for the as of yet still charged with nothing in the Madeleine McCann case Christian Brueckner, shared further evidence that “he says left him convinced of [his client’s] innocence,” “Spain’s leading expat newspaper” The Olive Press suggested “a pair of Russian expats based in Spain have been linked to the disappearance.”
Fulscher has concluded that Brueckner could not have travelled from various locations in Praia da Luz to the apartment where the McCann family were staying without getting caught in the 90 second window when the alleged kidnapping took place. Speaking to the Mirror, the lawyer stated:
“If the witness statements are correct, there was a time window of one minute and 30 seconds in which the child could have been abducted. My client did not commit this crime.”
In further indication that whilst the case against Brueckner – who is undoubtedly a vile and evil man – is slipping away and could simply have been yet another play of the distraction technique, The Olive Press allege that police are now looking for two Russian brothers linked to the yacht industry.
As with every twist and turn in this case including the preposterous “Madeleine McCann is alive and living with a German family on the Algarve” story fed to the media in July, all ‘investigations’ in this case only ever lead to one place: Yet more money wasted on a search that will likely never get any result and yet more money wasted that could have helped the families of other missing people.