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Post by Whiterose » Fri Nov 11, 2022 11:44 am

Thanks JJ :s_thumbsup

Poor me, he's getting very worried now isn't he. Lets see what the court decides.
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Post by sal » Mon Nov 28, 2022 3:03 pm

5x Abuse: Another Arrest Warrant Against Maddie Suspect
The regional court approved the indictment and issued an arrest warrant against Christian B.

by Anke Donner


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11/28/2022 1:24 p.m

Brunswick. A good two weeks ago, the Braunschweig public prosecutor's office brought charges against Christian B., who was also suspected of being missing in the Maddie McCann case. The 45-year-old is said to have committed multiple s-e-x offenses in Portugal between December 2000 and June 2017. The Braunschweig Regional Court has now issued an arrest warrant against Christian B. in this matter.




Also Read: Suspect in Maddie Case Charged with More Crimes

As reported by the court, the 2nd Criminal Chamber issued an arrest warrant against the 45-year-old accused in this criminal case for five acts of violating sexual self-determination. The Chamber had confirmed the strong suspicion and considered the reasons for the risk of absconding and the risk of recurrence to be given.




B. already in custody

Christian B. is currently serving a seven-year prison sentence. In December 2019, he was convicted by the Braunschweig Regional Court of raping a 72-year-old woman in Portugal . However, the arrest warrant that has now been issued cannot be enforced at the moment, as this requires Italy's consent. The accused was apprehended there in 2018 and extradited from there to the German authorities. As a result, the Italian authorities would now have to be involved, explains Lisa Rust, spokeswoman for the regional court in an interview with regionalHeute.de.

Approval is now being obtained as part of a so-called supplementary approval procedure by the Braunschweig public prosecutor's office.
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By: KAI FELDHAUS
11/28/2022 - 7:30 p.m
Braunschweig – He is already in jail, now there is a new arrest warrant against the Maddie suspect Christian Brückner (45)!

In October, the public prosecutor's office in Braunschweig brought charges against the 45-year-old. It was about the rape of three women and the abuse of two children. Now the district court saw an urgent suspicion and issued an arrest warrant for flight and risk of repetition. Brückner is said to have committed the crimes in Portugal between the end of December 2000 and June 2017.

The man who is said to have kidnapped and killed little Maddie McCann (then 3) in Portugal in 2007 in the world's best-known kidnapping case is currently behind bars for raping a 72-year-old and was sentenced to seven years in prison in 2019. In 2004, the Irish woman Hazel B. was the victim of an attack in Praia da Rocha (Portugal). According to investigators, the perpetrator is said to have acted similarly to the case of the 72-year-old.

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Brückner's defense attorney Friedrich Fülscher is little impressed by the new arrest warrant: "That was foreseeable, especially since Braunschweig is considered a place of jurisdiction where hardly a piece of paper fits between the court and the public prosecutor's office. Ultimately, the arrest warrant is currently completely ineffective because it cannot be enforced.”

And: “Since the accused is in a security department anyway, even the executed arrest warrant would not have any direct impact on the execution. He would only prevent a release in the event of a successful retrial or an already improbable suspension of the remaining sentence on probation.”

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Post by honestbroker1 » Mon Nov 28, 2022 11:00 pm

Today's Telegraph:
A German court has issued an arrest warrant for the prime suspect in the disappearance of Madeleine McCann over a string of alleged s-e-x crimes involving children that took place in Portugal.

The court in the town of Braunschweig confirmed on Monday that it had issued the arrest warrant for a 45-year-old suspect on five counts of sexual assault.

Although the court only referred to a 45-year-old male, the man in question is Christian Brückner, a convicted drug-dealer and s-e-x offender whom prosecutors believe is culpable of the murder of McCann.

The British toddler disappeared from an apartment in the Portuguese resort of Praia da Luz in 2007, but her body has never been found.

Brückner is currently serving a seven-year sentence for rape in a different case.

Madeleine McCann disappeared from Praia da Luz in 2007
Madeleine McCann disappeared from Praia da Luz in 2007 CREDIT: PA
The court said that it was convinced there was a high risk that he would seek to flee or commit similar offences if he were released.

In October, prosecutors charged him with five s-e-x crimes that took place in Portugal between the years 2000 and 2017.

In three of the crimes, Brückner is accused of abducting and raping his victims, while in the other he allegedly exposed himself to very young children.

Brückner, a drifter who had lived in several parts of Germany, was living in a camper van near to the Praia da Luz holiday resort when three-year-old McCann disappeared.

The first time Brückner came to the attention of the authorities regarding her disappearance was in 2017, after he allegedly told a friend he “knew all about” what had happened to her.

After years without progress in the case, German prosecutors made the shock announcement in 2020 that they had identified a suspect.

Hans Christian Wolters, the lead prosecutor, said last year that he and his colleagues were “confident we have the man who took and killed her”.

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Post by sal » Sat Dec 31, 2022 7:29 am

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Post by honestbroker1 » Sat Dec 31, 2022 11:23 pm

One person notably quiet is Brueckner's lawyer.

Significant?

Don't know.

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Post by Pedro » Sun Jan 01, 2023 11:52 am

Agree with that comment:

“Again? Its never going to happen. Hes one horrific man, but I dont think hes involved in this one.“

“but hey, we have to charge someone.“

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Post by honestbroker1 » Tue Jan 03, 2023 6:21 pm

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/m ... w-28864322
The parents of Madeleine McCann vowed to “never forget” their daughter as they marked the start of another year without her.

Kate and Gerry McCann they will never “give up” searching for their daughter, who would now be 19. The couple have spent nearly 16 years searching for Madeleine and have never given up hope of finding her alive.

In a Facebook post, the pair said they face the new year with “continued determination and positivity”.

They also thanked their supporters and well-wishers for bringing an “extra touch of warmth and hope to our lives”.

The couple, both 54, wrote: “Christmas and other celebratory events will never be the same with our family incomplete.

“But we continue to make the best of our situation whilst never forgetting or giving up.

“We head into the new year with continued determination and positivity.

“May 2023 be a good one for us all. With our best wishes and eternal thanks. Kate, Gerry & family.”


Madeleine McCann's parents avoid Christmas message as police poised to charge suspect
Kate and Gerry McCann
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The message comes after the couple did not release their usual and expected annual message to their daughter for the first time since she disappeared.

Madeleine vanished for a resort in Praia da Luz, Portugal, in May 2007 at the age of just three.

Her disappearance spaked a worldwide search for her that left no answers, little Madeleine appeared to have dispappread without a trace.

Kate and Gerry, from Rothley in Leicestershire, were dining at a tapas bar nearby when she vanished.

Twins S*** and A*****, who were also in the flat at the time, celebrated this Christmas with their parents. Both are now 17-years-old.

Madeleine McCann
Maddie would now be 19 ( Image: METROPOLITAN POLICE/AFP via Gett)
Madeleine McCann
Maddie went missing in 2007 ( Image: PA)
As the couple's search for answers continue, German police named convicted p.a.e.dophile Christian Brueckner as a prime suspect for Madeleine's abduction and murder.

They continue to investigate the 45-year-old, who is serving a jail term for raping a pensioner in Praia da Luz.

Recently, Brueckner was charged with five alleged s-e-x attacks in Portugal, which he denies. He also denies any involvement in Madeleine's disappearance.

He has accused German authorities of a plot to frame him.

Apartment 5A in the Ocean Complex at the resort of Praia da Luz, where the McCann's were staying
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In prison letter he wrote: "There is no evidence at all that I committed any of these crimes. No DNA, nothing.

"The time that some of these crimes are supposed to have happened I was in prison. The prosecution are trying to trap me and hope that I will capitulate under the mental pressure."

Detectives are due to hold a top-level meeting in Wiesbaden this month to discuss latest developments in the Madeleine case.

Christian Brueckner
Brueckner has accused German authorities of a plot to frame him ( Image: REX/Shutterstock)
Recent reports indicate German police could be about to charge a suspect over Maddie's disappearance.

Brueckner, 45, could face charges at some time in the New Year. He was identified as the prime suspect in 2020 when it was revealed he was living in a campervan near the McCann family's holiday apartment at the time.

The Met Police decided in April last year that they would end their 11-year probe in to Madeleine's disappearance.

The Met’s Operation Grange inquiry was launched in 2011, but funding ran out in the autumn of 2021.

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Post by Carana » Sun Jan 08, 2023 10:29 am

Brückner: "The time that some of these crimes are supposed to have happened I was in prison."

Which ones?
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Post by honestbroker1 » Mon Jan 09, 2023 12:13 am

Unsure if this article has already been posted but Wolters has dismissed suggestions of Brueckner being charged with Madeleine's disappearance until after he has stood trial on other matters unrelated to Madeleine's disappearance:

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-new ... e-28223780
[Breuckner] is currently serving a seven-year prison term for rape and is not expected to stand trial on the new charges until next summer.

German prosecutor Hans Christian Wolters said it was “unlikely” he will be charged over Madeleine’s disappearance ahead of the trial.
:s_sad

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Post by honestbroker1 » Mon Jan 09, 2023 11:39 pm

A genuinely interesting post by a Paul James at (of all places) Haverns:
Complaints about the amount of money spent on the Madeleine case (yearly allocated funds for Operation Grange) is a topic with countless comments that comes up again and again, so much so, it is possible that this money issue is one of the most complained about parts of the case by members of the public.
The complaints (when funds have been granted) are as long as your arm and without having to write out a list, generally speaking the most repeated comments are: Why so much money on a missing person? Why could this (amount of) money not be spent on other missing people? Ect, ect...
Well, a quick look at the figures for one year's funding, (allocated after requests) shows that the money allocated to Operation Grange is a mere pittance compared to other Operations.
Out of a list of some 30 grant applications, we can compare just 5 against that of Operation Grange.
For 2021 – 2022 Operational costs for Operation Grange were £354,828.00
For 2021 – 2022 Operational costs for the following 5 Operations were:
Operation Northleigh £2,900,000.00
Operation Sandpiper £4,000,000.00
Operation Pandect £4,523,497.00 81 officers were involved with four separate strands; these are: Operation Resolute, Operation Ardent, Operation Seyton and Operation Sturgeon.
Another frequent complaint is: Which other missing persons were allocated money from a “special fund”?
Operation Seyton involved a female who was reported missing in June 2002 The total for this operation plus the other three operations under the umbrella name of Operation Pandect cost up to £24,000,000.00 Newspaper articles say up to £25,000,000.00
Operation Magenta £7,469,000.00
Operation Stovewood £12,487,863.00
So as you can see, the monies allocated for Madeleine are a drop in the ocean compared to other operations and these operations include 'missing persons'.
In fact, out of some 30 grant applications, along side a couple of backdated costs (at £185,000.00) top ups (at £205,000.00) and miscellaneous investigations (at £312,000.00) Operation Grange are at the bottom of the list when it comes to allocated funding.
But who cares how much (or how little) is spent, so long as they get justice for Madeleine, thank you.
I'm surprised it was allowed to stand.

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https://www.bild.de/news/inland/news-in ... .bild.html

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By: KAI FELDHAUS
01/13/2023 - 06:20 p.m

Braunschweig – It is the next volte in the never-ending story of the investigations against Christian Brückner (46).

The Braunschweig public prosecutor's office has brought charges against the man who is said to have kidnapped and killed little Maddie McCann (then 3) in 2007: This year he was to be tried at the Braunschweig Regional Court for rape and sexual abuse of children. The charges are based on evidence uncovered during the Maddie investigation.

But now it is suddenly no longer clear whether Braunschweig is even responsible for the case!

SPECTACULAR CRIMES
The case of Maddie McCann

Spectacular Crimes: The Maddie McCann Case
Source: IMAGE
12/29/2021
44:41
︎ Brückner's defense attorney, the Kiel star lawyer Friedrich Fülscher (38), has questioned the jurisdiction of the regional court. The public prosecutor derived it from the fact that the suspect had his last registered place of residence in Germany in 2016 in Braunschweig. That, says Füscher, is not enough.


"As early as September 2022, I informed the public prosecutor in writing that I believe that jurisdiction is based on incorrect legal considerations. The Federal Court of Justice has long since decided that where a suspect is registered does not matter when establishing a place of residence. Before he was arrested, the accused lived abroad on his property in Neuwegersleben,” the defense attorney told BILD. In the small town in Saxony-Anhalt, Brückner owned a dilapidated warehouse.

Brückner is said to have lived in this warehouse in Saxony-Anhalt
Brückner is said to have lived in this warehouse in Saxony-Anhalt

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The public prosecutor's office and court in Magdeburg would be responsible. Frankfurt am Main would also be conceivable, “because the suspect was handed over there as part of the extradition to the German authorities,” Fülscher continues.

What does Braunschweig have to say about this?

"We are assuming that we are responsible, but are examining the circumstances communicated for the first time by the defense counsel, which are intended to establish a different local jurisdiction," said prosecutor Hans Christian Wolters.

The district court of Braunschweig refers to the ongoing examination and does not comment. According to BILD information from legal circles, however, the regional court tends to be willing to follow the arguments of the defense attorney.

Defense attorney Friedrich Fülscher (38)
Defense attorney Friedrich Fülscher (38)

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So something new in Magdeburg?

A possible advantage for the accused: The responsible public prosecutors in Braunschweig are deep in the accused cases as well as in the case of Maddie. In Magdeburg or Frankfurt, the public prosecutor's office and the court would have to familiarize themselves with the matter from scratch.

It would be questionable how soon the rape proceedings could then be opened. And if at all.
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Post by honestbroker1 » Sun Jan 15, 2023 8:10 pm

sal wrote:
Sun Jan 15, 2023 6:59 pm
https://www.bild.de/news/inland/news-in ... .bild.html

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By: KAI FELDHAUS
01/13/2023 - 06:20 p.m

Braunschweig – It is the next volte in the never-ending story of the investigations against Christian Brückner (46).

The Braunschweig public prosecutor's office has brought charges against the man who is said to have kidnapped and killed little Maddie McCann (then 3) in 2007: This year he was to be tried at the Braunschweig Regional Court for rape and sexual abuse of children. The charges are based on evidence uncovered during the Maddie investigation.

But now it is suddenly no longer clear whether Braunschweig is even responsible for the case!

SPECTACULAR CRIMES
The case of Maddie McCann

Spectacular Crimes: The Maddie McCann Case
Source: IMAGE
12/29/2021
44:41
︎ Brückner's defense attorney, the Kiel star lawyer Friedrich Fülscher (38), has questioned the jurisdiction of the regional court. The public prosecutor derived it from the fact that the suspect had his last registered place of residence in Germany in 2016 in Braunschweig. That, says Füscher, is not enough.


"As early as September 2022, I informed the public prosecutor in writing that I believe that jurisdiction is based on incorrect legal considerations. The Federal Court of Justice has long since decided that where a suspect is registered does not matter when establishing a place of residence. Before he was arrested, the accused lived abroad on his property in Neuwegersleben,” the defense attorney told BILD. In the small town in Saxony-Anhalt, Brückner owned a dilapidated warehouse.

Brückner is said to have lived in this warehouse in Saxony-Anhalt
Brückner is said to have lived in this warehouse in Saxony-Anhalt

Photo: Peter Gercke
The public prosecutor's office and court in Magdeburg would be responsible. Frankfurt am Main would also be conceivable, “because the suspect was handed over there as part of the extradition to the German authorities,” Fülscher continues.

What does Braunschweig have to say about this?

"We are assuming that we are responsible, but are examining the circumstances communicated for the first time by the defense counsel, which are intended to establish a different local jurisdiction," said prosecutor Hans Christian Wolters.

The district court of Braunschweig refers to the ongoing examination and does not comment. According to BILD information from legal circles, however, the regional court tends to be willing to follow the arguments of the defense attorney.

Defense attorney Friedrich Fülscher (38)
Defense attorney Friedrich Fülscher (38)

Photo: private
So something new in Magdeburg?

A possible advantage for the accused: The responsible public prosecutors in Braunschweig are deep in the accused cases as well as in the case of Maddie. In Magdeburg or Frankfurt, the public prosecutor's office and the court would have to familiarize themselves with the matter from scratch.

It would be questionable how soon the rape proceedings could then be opened. And if at all.
Sic:
It would be questionable how soon the rape proceedings could then be opened. And if at all.
What an earth goes on?

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Post by sal » Fri Jan 27, 2023 9:56 pm

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Post by honestbroker1 » Fri Jan 27, 2023 10:14 pm

Interesting that Breuckner counts isolation as worse than execution, which is what Goebles was waiting for.

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Post by sal » Wed Feb 01, 2023 10:29 am

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Post by jjbd » Wed Feb 01, 2023 10:58 am

Thanks sal.
A ban of media photographing the siblings of the world's most talked about missing child has been in place to protect their privacy until their joint 18th birthdays.

Only pictures of Maddie's sister and brother as toddlers have been allowed to be published before a court order - which is set to expire today - was put in place.
That's very worrying knowing that there are still Mccann haters out there.

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Post by Whiterose » Thu Feb 02, 2023 4:18 pm

It is. There are sone vey sick people out there I hope they don't target the twins.
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Post by Pedro » Sat Feb 18, 2023 10:46 am

https://www.msn.com/pt-pt/noticias/ulti ... d7ca6f4baf

German claims to be Madeleine McCann, the girl who disappeared 16 years ago

A young woman caught attention on social media this week. The reason is that the German claims to be Madeleine McCann, the girl who disappeared in Portugal in 2007.

The German even tried to prove that she was McCann with images in a video, with the aim of convincing that she is really the missing girl for 16 years. In addition, the young woman who has the Instagram handle of @iammadeleinemcann was shown to have a freckle on her leg and a mark on her eye in the same places as Madeleine.

The German even said that her age may be wrong. Now 21 years old, the young woman should have been 19, if she really was the missing girl. To prove that she really is Madeleine, the young woman asks for help on social networks with videos, in addition to leaving the request fixed in her bio: “Help me, I need to talk to Kate and Gerry McCann, I think I can be Madeleine. I need a DNA test.

The alleged Madeleine claimed to have sought the authorities, but was ignored and, therefore, used social networks to tell her version.

“UK and Polish police investigators try to ignore me. I will tell my story in posts here. Help me.”

https://www.msn.com/pt-pt/noticias/ulti ... 2539959162

"The police try to ignore me". Young German claims to be Madeleine McCann

The young German started a theory that "it could be Madeleine McCann" after having "heard something from her grandmother" and wants to talk to Kate and Gerry McCann.

Julia Faustyna, a young German woman, went viral on social media after claiming to be Madeleine McCann, the British girl who disappeared in 2007 in Praia da Luz, Algarve.

On the social network Instagram, he began a theory that “it could be Madeleine McCann” after having “heard something from the grandmother” and substantiated it with several physical marks similar to those of the child, such as a mark on a leg and an eye.

However, according to Julia, the authorities are not taking her allegations seriously. “Researchers in the UK and Poland try to ignore me. I will tell my story here in publications. Help me”, wrote the young woman in the description of the social network, where she already has more than 110 thousand followers.

The young woman is 21 years old, but believes that her age is wrong, as Madeleine McCann would now be 19 years old, and is available to take a DNA test and speak with the parents of the missing girl, Kate and Gerry McCann.

“Help me I need to talk to Kate and Gerry McCann, I think I could be Madeleine. I need a DNA test,” she wrote on Instagram.

https://www.instagram.com/iammadeleinem ... aa965c64ed

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Post by jjbd » Sat Feb 18, 2023 11:54 am

weird.

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Post by sal » Sat Feb 18, 2023 12:01 pm

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Post by honestbroker1 » Sat Feb 18, 2023 11:00 pm

Recently, speaking to the Mirror, the friend who lived with Brueckner in the Algarve - and who recently spoke with detectives - said: “They believe Chris did it, but they told me they don’t have proof.
I can't, for the life of me, see German police confiding such a thing to him.

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Re: German prisoner identified as suspect

Post by Whiterose » Sun Feb 19, 2023 12:05 pm

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Post by honestbroker1 » Sun Feb 19, 2023 12:30 pm

A dna test would provide the definitive answer.

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