The suspect in the disappearance of little Madeleine McCann denied involvement in the case through his lawyers Tuesday, according to a report.
Christian Brückner, who is currently behind bars in his native Germany on drug raps, claims he had nothing to do with the British child’s disappearance in Portugal in 2007, the Syndey Morning Herald said, quoting the convicted rapist and pedophile’s lawyers.
Brückner’s claim came a day after German authorities said they have “concrete evidence” that Madeleine is dead and he killed her, although they said they won’t reveal details yet because they don’t want to blow the case.
A German prosecutor then created a firestorm by saying a letter was sent to Madeleine’s parents telling them their daughter was dead — while the child’s mother and father denied receiving any such missive.
Meanwhile, it also surfaced that little girls’ swimsuits and clothes — as well as 8,000 images of children being abused — were allegedly found in a mobile home used by Brückner. The sickening cache was discovered during a police search of the RV in 2016 amid a probe into several kids’ disappearances.
A documentary on German TV on Monday night revealed some of the contents of the mobile home, the UK’s the Sun said.
A former pal of Brückner’s told the Spiegel TV show that the suspect “told me, ‘I can transport children, kids, in this space. Drugs and children, you can transport them in this van, it’s a safe space in the van, nobody can find them. Nobody can catch you.’ ”
Madeleine was 3 when she vanished from the resort villa rented by her parents for a family vacation in Portugal 13 years ago.
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