New twist on Monday evening in the case of the disappearance of Maddie McCann. As revealed Sky News, German prosecutor Hans Christian Wolter spoke today in an interview with the British media. He said he had enough information to say that the little girl, who disappeared on May 3, 2007 in Praia da Luz, Portugal, died. The statement comes days after evidence showed the possible intervention of Christian Brueckner, the main suspect in the case, which has been rocking the world for 13 years now.
“After all the information we got, the girl is dead. We have no information that she is alive. All the indications that we have, and that I cannot tell you, point in the direction of Madeleine’s death. We have things that we cannot communicate that speak of the theory that Madeleine died, even if I have to admit that we don’t have the body, ” did he declare.
The prosecutor also explains that he does not have enough evidence to charge Christian Brueckner: “We expect her to be dead, but we don’t have enough evidence to obtain an arrest warrant for our suspect in Germany for the murder of Madeleine McCann. At the moment, we also do not have sufficient evidence for a trial in court, but we do have evidence that the suspect committed the act. This is why we need more information from people, especially the places where he lived, so that we can target these particular places and search for Madeleine there. ”