In the midst of a new search by the international police team looking for traces of Madeleine McCann in Portugal, the main suspect in the disappearance of the little English girl, who is in jail, sent the troops a letter with striking drawings that have a chilling meaning in relation to the case.
Last Thursday, May 25, the British newspaper Daily Mail revealed the two sheets that Christian Brueckner sent to police officers and that he wrote from his cell. There he expressed his discontent and denied any link with Madeleine. It should be remembered that McCann Disappearance Suspect Remains Under Arrest, after the sentence that fell against him for the rape of a 72-year-old woman in 2005.
Meanwhile, one of the illustrations that caught the attention and shook the readers of the previously mentioned medium was the drawing of a flower in which on its petals he wrote: “guilty” and “not guilty”, just like the typical children’s game. In addition, on one side of it, he included the phrase: “Spring is coming”. That same, he joined another, in which he represented a tunnel made up of bricks and doors, with a dark end, which it was interpreted as the corridor of the prison where it is located, in Oldenburg, Germany.
These same illustrations complete the pages of the sheets filled with a text in which Brueckner insisted on being innocent. While, graphologist Tracey Trussell, examined in detail the words used by the alleged perpetrator of the crime, which has not yet been resolved. In an interview for the British medium, he assured that through these letters, Christian is “distorted and misled”and that “his fantastic versions are constant and immutable.”
About the details of the letters, the professional affirmed that from her writings she tries to “control” and “command” whoever reads it. In summary, she stated: “the long and extended stroke in the reclining letter S is a symbol of someone who suffers with feelings of guilt”. “Whatever the truth, there is a need to continually feed your ego, and your ultimate goal is to get some kind of recognition,” she concluded.
Although the express drawings at the bottom of each page were not noticed, the press avoided going into detail about everything he wrote. Brueckner because part of its content borders on the sexual and where he also accuses a person from the investigation body of being in love with him.
In the development of the letter, Christian Brueckner reiterated his innocence and claimed that the German police singled him out because they still had not found the real culprit in the disappearance of Madeleine McCann on May 3, 2007 in Praia da Luz, Portugal. The truth is that during her family vacations, the girl would have been kidnapped, with which her whereabouts remain inconclusive despite the efforts of the criminal investigation authorities of England, Germany and the Portuguese country itself.
“You can’t imagine what it’s like when everyone thinks you’re a child killer and you’re not. I was told a long time ago that the DA’s office was closing Maddie’s case because there is no Not the slightest bit of evidence. There will never be a trial.”says one of the fragments published by the British media and assured: “The prosecutors are not saying anything to the public because they must hand over the files to my lawyers and They contain a lot of material that confirms my innocence.”.
“The torture I am going through is the best evidence what can i have If someone had said things like that to me before, he would have said: ‘No, I do not believe you’. This is Germany and not Pakistan. I can’t say the actual treatment I get because I don’t have the right words to describe it. Of course, all this happens by order of the BKA (German criminal police) ”, he concluded.
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