I would treat that one with caution.
The claim might have been made.
I checked - Friedrich Fulscher is listed as a member of The Madeleine McCann Controversy for a couple of months.honestbroker1 wrote: ↑Sun Oct 18, 2020 9:34 pmI would treat that one with caution.
The claim might have been made.
Friedrich Sebastian FülscherNeither of those links work, at least for me.
They work for me - I believe you have to be a member/account on Facebook to see them.honestbroker1 wrote: ↑Sun Oct 18, 2020 10:38 pm
What do haverns think they are going to achieve, besides attracting the Portuguese tin hat brigade?Anglo-Portuguese Alliance: WORKSHOP
Well Paolo Reis is being paid £200 per "film" by MMRG for his excellent translations.
They should not be allowed to discuss the children on there.sal wrote: ↑Mon Oct 26, 2020 7:15 pmStill questioning paternity
In this case, all of the bands present in the profiles of both A***** McCANN and S*** McCANN are represented in the combined profiles of Kate HEALY and Gerald McCANN. This is what I would expect to find if A***** McCANN and S*** Michael McCANN were their natural children.
She certainly was, and is.
Curtains were tested at the FSS for blood. none was found, but keela alerted to them.Whiterose wrote: ↑Sun Nov 15, 2020 7:31 pmMORON ALERT!! Shazzy May and Madeleine case tweets, two brain dead idiots tweet that the curtains were washed in 5a. Can you believe it!! After 13 years they are still tweeting this shite. ' The video loving look at me, I am beautiful Madeleine case tweets even added that the wall was washed too. Will someone take their laptops/phones away from them please it makes a sane person weep.
Yet despite me opening a thread which asked for evidence of Brueckner’s guilt in the rape case not one piece apart from the hair on the cat and the video that no one but Brueckner’s criminal buddies saw was forthcoming.
Braunschweig. It was still hot that evening in early September 2005. The 72-year-old American left the door to the courtyard open in her house on the Portuguese coast. She had just seen on television the images of the devastation Hurricane Katrina had wreaked in her home. In her office, she was about to write e-mails around 10:30 pm when she was grabbed from behind, dragged several steps up into her bedroom, where she was handcuffed, abused, raped and robbed.
14 years later, a 43-year-old German who was last resident in Braunschweig is sitting in the dock in the large jury room of the Braunschweig regional court.
According to an investigator from the Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA), the man had lived in the resort about a kilometer from the crime scene. The elderly woman's house is said to have been on his way to the beach.
The most important evidence of the prosecution is a body hair that was found on a bed sheet of the victim at the scene of the crime.
According to a DNA analyst from the BKA, there is no doubt that the hair comes from the defendant. The established gene profile only exists once in every 244 billion people.
Could the hair also have got into the victim's bedroom via a secondary transmission - such as petting the house cat? From the perspective of the BKA experts, this would be possible, but especially unlikely with body hair. "With scalp hair it would be different."
The results of the DNA report are said to have been available at the end of 2018. In August 2019, the Braunschweig public prosecutor brought charges against the alleged perpetrator, who, according to his own statements, had been arrested with a European arrest warrant for another crime in Portugal in 2017, extradited to Germany and sentenced to 15 months' imprisonment plus supervision of conduct.
In the current case, he accuses the judiciary of legal errors at the start of the trial. According to international law, he can only be prosecuted in the country to which he was extradited for the criminal offense for which the European arrest warrant applies.
He cannot be punished in Germany for alleged acts that precede the extradition request, he doubts the admissibility of the proceedings and at the same time rejects the professional judges who opened the proceedings as biased.
Another chamber of the regional court now has to decide on the application of bias. Meanwhile, the court continued to take evidence as planned on the first day of the hearing.
The victim - now 86 years old - cannot come from the USA as a witness. Instead, a BKA investigator reported on the two-day interrogation of the old woman in the United States.
He experienced her as mentally active, but years later still emotionally charged. "After that, she couldn't sleep, couldn't turn off the light at night and was scared." The traumatic experience changed her life. After the crime, she returned to the United States.
She did not recognize the perpetrator. Only noticed that he was muscular and spoke poor Portuguese. As she described to the investigators, the man had masked himself. He is also said to have carried a saber about 30 centimeters long.
The injured party remembered a long and systematic approach by the offender, the investigator said in court. After he pushed her into the bedroom, he gagged her, handcuffed her and blindfolded her. The man must have had a rope to tie and the blindfold with him, she speculated. Both utensils would not have come from her household.
After the physical and sexual abuse of his victim, the perpetrator is said to have demanded money. She went into the kitchen with him and gave him between 80 and 100 euros from her wallet. Then he led her to the bathroom and ordered her to remain quiet for ten minutes.
After a few minutes she went to her office to call a neighbor and the police. There she noticed that the perpetrator had also stolen her computer. The process continues.
As it turns out in early June 2020, the man could be related to the world-famous Maddie McCann case. That is why the Braunschweig public prosecutor's office is investigating.