Intoxicated Suspect in Madeleine McCann’s Kidnapping Confesses in Germany

Christian Brueckner suspects for kidnapping British child Madeleine McCann in 2020.

Interview Reveals Alleged Suspect’s Confession in Madeleine McCann’s Kidnapping

In an exclusive interview with a German newspaper, a man identified only as Helge B, who claimed to be friends with the prime suspect Christian Brueckner in the abduction of British toddler Madeleine McCann, disclosed new information. According to Helge, during a conversation over drinks, Brueckner unintentionally confessed to being involved in Madeleine’s disappearance years ago.

During their discussion about the puzzling case, Helge mentioned his confusion about how a child could vanish without a trace. In response, Brueckner, allegedly under the influence of two or three beers, made a startling statement: “She didn’t scream.” This statement led Helge to suspect that Brueckner might have some connection to the missing toddler.

Madeleine McCann went missing on May 3, 2007, from a ground-floor apartment in Praia da Luz, Portugal, where she was on a family vacation at the age of three. In 2020, German law enforcement identified Christian Brueckner as the prime suspect in the case, although he maintains his innocence.

Prior to Madeleine’s disappearance, Brueckner spent considerable time in Praia da Luz, Portugal. Helge initially viewed him as a “nice,” “personable, sociable” individual. However, the recent revelations have raised serious questions about his involvement in the high-profile kidnapping case.

Witness Reveals Brueckner’s Involvement in Other Cases

Brueckner’s Conviction on Different Cases

The witness stated that after learning about Brueckner’s detention in an unrelated case, he and a friend allegedly searched through his apartment for diesel fuel since they knew he kept it there. Helge discovered the suspect’s tapes during the suspected break-in, and according to him, they show the suspect sexually assaulting a teenage girl who was around 13 or 14 years old as well as an elderly woman who spoke English.

Despite having testified to Scotland Yard, the London branch of the Metropolitan Police, about what is visible in the films, Helge claimed to Bild that he had misplaced the recordings from Brueckner’s residence.

Helge claimed that he believes Madeleine’s disappearance was brought on by a burglary gone wrong. Christian Brueckner suspect is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty, Helge told Bild. They are investigating a potential burglary angle. He probably didn’t intend to kidnap the child, but when he found the child, he took it against his better judgment. He continued by saying he was positive he had taken the child but wasn’t sure if he had killed her.

Helge continued by telling Bild that robbing Brueckner of his videos was “the biggest mistake” he had ever made in his life.

He told the publication, “I would have liked not to know anything about it. I’ve put on weight, have erratic periods, and have trouble sleeping at night, so I’m not doing well. The witness claims that the Bundeskriminalamt (BKA), the federal German police, has granted him security and assisted him in remaining at large.

In a statement, BKA informed Fox News Digital that it “does not comment on ongoing investigations or personal data” and sent the outlet to the Braunschweig public prosecutor’s office in Germany, which similarly refused to comment on the validity of any evidence or any witnesses.

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