Madeline McKahn refuses parole in Germany – report

According to reports, Madeline McKahn suspects Christian Brückner has rejected the parole application in Germany.

The convicted sex offender was declared an official suspect by Portuguese authorities last month.

According to the Daily Mirror, Bruckner, who was sentenced to seven years in prison for rape in another case in 2019, was denied parole in April because of his “social prognosis.”

A spokesperson for the Oldenburg District Court said in this paper:

Brueckner was identified as a murder suspect by a German prosecutor in June 2020 (John Stillwell / PA).

Brueckner, who was identified as a murder suspect by a German prosecutor in June 2020, was reportedly denied involvement in the McCann case and has not been charged.

Investigators believe that a convicted sex offender killed Madeleine after kidnapping her from a vacation apartment, and then three.

Hans Christian Walters, the chief prosecutor of Germany, told Miller:

“In other words, the court said it believed that prisoners would commit further crimes if released.”

After Madeleine’s parents said it was “essential” to learn the truth about what happened to her daughter before she celebrated her 15th anniversary.

In a message on the Facebook page of the official search Madeleine campaign on Monday, Kate and Jerry McCann wrote that “uncertainty creates weakness”, but on May 3 at a villa in Praiadals, Portugal, to a toddler. You need to close what happened. 2007.

The Metropolitan Police Department, which continues to treat Madeleine’s disappearance as an investigation into the missing person, said it was “committed” to finding the truth 15 years later.

The Macans post says: “This year has been 15 years since I last saw Madeleine.

“It’s not as difficult as any other year, but it’s not easy either.

“It’s been a very long time.

“Many people talk about the need for’closure’.

“It always felt strange words.

Her parents say it is “essential” to learn the truth about what they happened (Joe Giddens / PA)

“Regardless of the outcome, Madeleine is always our daughter and is committing a truly horrific crime.

“These things remain.

“Sure, uncertainty creates weakness. Knowledge and certainty empower, and for this reason, for the truth, our need for an answer is essential.

“We are grateful for the continued efforts and commitments of the UK, Portuguese and German authorities, as this complex police effort produces results and provides answers to them.

“As always, we would like to thank all the supporters for their continued good wishes and support.

“It’s very comfortable to know that Madeleine remains in people’s hearts over time.

“thank you.”

In July 2013, Scotland Yard launched Operation Grange, an independent investigation into the disappearance of Madeleine.

Mark Cranwell, Inspector Morse of the Metropolitan Police Department, who directs the operation, said:

“Executives continue to investigate the case, and our dedicated team continues to work closely with colleagues in Portugal’s Polysia Judisia and the German Federal Criminal Police Office’s law enforcement agencies.

“At this point, the case remains an investigation of the missing person, and everyone involved promises to do what we can to find the answer.” Madeline McKahn refuses parole in Germany – report

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