The letter from Christian Brueckner, the main suspect in kidnapping Madeleine McCann, from prison

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The 45-year-old man with a long history of sexual offenses is detained in Germany. He thinks the prosecutors want to set him up

The letter from Christian Brueckner, the main suspect in kidnapping Madeleine McCann, from prison

Madeleine McCann, shortly before being kidnapped while she was sleeping in a hotel room in Praia da Luz, Portugal, May 3, 2007 (Netflix)

Christian Brueckner, the main suspect in the kidnapping and killing of Madeleine McCannon a beach in the south of Portugal on May 3, 2007, he wrote a letter from his prison in Germany where he denies the accusations and indicates that there is a plan to give him a cheating by prosecutors investigating his involvement in the shocking case that ensnared the UKand the entire world for more than 15 years.

The epistle , accessed by The Mirror newspaper, was written by Brueckner from his cell in Wolfenbüttel. “There is no proof that he committed any of these crimes. There is no DNA, nothing”, defended the pedophile sentenced to seven years in prison for another crime committed in the same tourist area where Maddie disappeared in 2007.

“At the time some of these crimes are supposed to have occurred, I was in prison. The prosecution is trying to catch me and expect me to give up under the mental pressure. They expect me to say 'yes' to everything, which will give me a chance to escape this mental torture,” Brueckner wrote. “Certainly, there is no proof. Of course not, because I have not committed any of these crimes”.

Finally, according to what was collected by the English media, the criminal defended himself against other accusations of having raped a teenage girl and two other women: “No one knows who these people are and what has happened to them. No name, no nationality, nothing. Maybe the victims went to the moon for a while”, he quipped.

The letter from Christian Brueckner, the main suspect of kidnapping Madeleine McCann, from prison

A photo distributed by the Milan branch of Italy's Carabinieri shows an undated photograph of German convict Christian Brueckner (EFE)

Last year, German prosecutor Hans Christian Wolter said investigators have sufficient evidence to bring charges against Brueckner, but that they “first want to strengthen their position.” According to statements to the press, he said that his team was “100 percent convinced” that the British girl was killed by Brueckner .

Brueckner first brought Madeleine's disappearance to the attention of the authorities in 2017, after he allegedly told a friend that he “knew everything” about what had happened to him. had happened. The tip is said to have piqued the interest of the Metropolitan Police in Brueckner.

Investigators eventually caught Brueckner for a series of rapes from 2005 to 2018, arrested him in Italy for skipping parole and extradited him to Germany to stand trial. He was sentenced at the end of 2019 to seven years in prison. In May 2020, further progress was made in the case against him when phone records from the night of Madeleine's disappearance located Brueckner in the resort town of Praia da Luz.

< p class="paragraph">Cell phone records show that he received a 30-minute call while in town, lasting from 7:32 PM to 8:02 PM. Madeleine disappeared about an hour later. Brueckner, a convicted pedophile, lived in a mobile home near the Praia da Luz holiday resort in Portugal Maddie disappeared from his hotel room while his parents had dinner with friends a few meters away in a restaurant.

Kate and Gerry, the parents of the girl who would be 19 today, refuse to give up hope that their daughter is alive.

The letter from Christian Brueckner, the main suspect in kidnapping Madeleine McCann, from prison

FILE PHOTO: Kate and Gerry McCann leave after a service to mark the 10th anniversary of their daughter Madeleine's disappearance at St. Mary and St. John's Church in Rothley, Britain on May 3, 2017 (Reuters)