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    The chief suspect in the Madeleine McCann case has been denied parole and branded a 'danger to society' - as he claimed he could not have abducted her because he was miles away at the time.  German national Christian Brueckner, 45, insists he was having sex with a woman in his camper van when three-year-old Madeleine disappeared while holidaying with her family in Praia da Luz, Portugal, on February 3, 2007. Bruckner further alleges that he drove the young woman to Faro Airport in Portugal on the morning after their encounter. He says the young woman was arrested at the airport for carrying pepper spray and later appeared in court, Sky News reports. Brueckner is understood have asked for Portugese Police to find a record of the incident, as he reportedly believes his relationship with the woman will prove his innocence.  Brueckner is currently serving seven years in jail for raping a pensioner in Praia da Luz and had become eligible for parole after serving half of his sentence, taking into account time spent on remand. But the Mirror reports that...
    Madeleine McCann suspect Christian Brueckner has spoken for the first time about the case and lashes out at claims he was involved, in a letter seen exclusively by MailOnline. In the five pages Brueckner, 45, who was sensationally named as the man responsible for Madeleine's abduction describes himself as 'the most known bad person in the world'. The convicted rapist, who was made an 'arguido' or official suspect in the case earlier this week stressed he was 'not there at the time and that he wasn't living close to the place'. Madeleine vanished from the Portuguese resort of Praia da Luz in May 2007 where she was on holiday with her parents Kate and Gerry and siblings. Brueckner, who has been linked to four other child murders across Europe since 1996, was sensationally named by German prosecutors as the man 'responsible' for Madeleine's kidnap and murder in June 2020. On Thursday, the child sex offender was handed a document in prison informing him he was being made an 'arguido' by Portuguese prosecutors. German detectives interviewed Brueckner at Oldenburg jail, where...
    The man who spotted the suspected Brooklyn subway gunman Frank James was celebrated as a hero on Wednesday after beating the NYPD to find the most wanted in the city.  Zack Tahhan, 21, was fixing a camera outside an East Village store when he spotted James in the street. The 62-year-old had just exited a McDonald's and was walking around casually, a day after allegedly shooting ten people on a northbound N train.  Tahhan, who lives in New Jersey, immediately started jumping up and down and screaming, he said. He yelled out to cops nearby that it was the shooter, and James was arrested.  Speaking to reporters afterwards, Tahhan, who Syrian, said people thought he was 'crazy'.   On Wednesday, he was lauded as a hero by a crowd who chanted that he should be given $100,000 - double the promised reward for information that would lead to James' arrest.  He told DailyMail.com that he would not collect the reward because 'money is not important to him'. Zack Tahhan, 21, was fixing a camera outside an East Village store when he spotted...
    LADY Gaga's dog walker shooting suspect is “on the loose” after being “mistakenly released”, according to reports. Cops in Los Angeles are now conducting “all out manhunt” to bring the suspect back to custody. 1Credit: The Mega Agency The man, who is accused of shooting Lady Gaga's dog walker, Ryan Fischer, was mistakenly released due to a “clerical error”, The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department has confirmed. Ryan suffered a collapsed lung after he was shot in the chest in February 2021 while walking Gaga's three French bulldogs.  The suspect was arrested along with two other documented gang members and charged with attempted murder and armed robbery. The mistaken release occured after the suspect attended court proceedings on Tuesday at Clara Shortridge Criminal Justice Center. He was then let out the following day. More to follow... For the latest news on this story keep checking back at Sun Online. The-sun.com is your go-to destination for the best celebrity news, sports news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video. Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheSunUS and follow us from our main Twitter account at @TheUSSun.
    The daughter of a man who died while in the custody of the California Highway Patrol after screaming nearly a dozen times 'I can't breathe' says the officers seen in a newly released police video pinning down her dad to draw his blood treated him 'like trash.' The family of Edward Bronstein have filed a lawsuit related to his death on March 31, 2020, and have demanded that the CHP officers who took part in the arrest on suspicion of driving under the influence be criminally charged in connection with his death. Bronstein, a 38-year-old father of two, died while in police custody two months before George Floyd, an unarmed black man, was murdered by Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, who was filmed kneeling on his neck for more than 8 minutes, as he, too, repeatedly told officers 'I can’t breathe.' On Wednesday, Bronstein's daughter Brianna Palomino and her attorney, Michael Carillo, held a press conference following the court-ordered release of a harrowing 18-minute video capturing Bronstein's final moments.  'My dad was a good person,' Palomino said, according to NBC4....
    An Atlanta sheriff's deputy shot and killed a burglar after his Ring doorbell notified him that his home had been broken into and tools stolen from inside.   The shooting took place in Fulton County early Saturday morning, with the off-duty deputy returning home, and following the burglar in his car as the thief walked away from the property on foot. An altercation in a wooded area ensued, with the deputy shooting the burglar dead. Neither has been identified, with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation now probing the killing.   The home invasion and deadly shooting come amid rising crime rates in Atlanta, where 140 burglaries and 58 robberies were reported in December 2021, as well as nine murders and 11 rapes for the same time period.  The Georgia Bureau of Investigation said in a statement that the Fulton County deputy, who has not been named as of Monday, arrived home on Springside Drive after midnight on Saturday to find the burglar walking away carrying tools and other items, the GBI said.   A Fulton County Sheriff's deputy shot and killed a man who allegedly...
    Garret James Smith, 22, was arrested near a January 6 protest carrying a handmade bomb believed to be filled with nails Police arrested a man as he fled a Capitol riot rally in Florida carrying a backpack containing a homemade pipe bomb, combat helmet, and handwritten action plan. Garrett James Smith was jailed on his 22nd birthday, on January 6 2022, near a rally being held outside the Pinellas County Justice Center in protest of a local Capitol riot suspect's arrest. He was chased down by deputies while sprinting away from the rally - ostensibly spooked by something - while wearing black clothing and a black face mask.  Among the contents of his backpack was a black helmet painted with red logos, similar to the headwear worn by protestors in Portland, police said. His 'direct action' checklist laid out what he intended to carry, including: flammable rags, a gas mask, pepper spray, a multitool pocketknife, a 'survival whistle' and more. They believe the bomb he was carrying was packed with nails.  Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri said investigators probing Smith's background...
    This is the moment a man in Russia tried to set fire to bar goers after a drunken row and is punched to the ground and accidentally caught fire himself. The man had been pouring a flammable liquid on the floor and aiming some at people stood outside, before he was knocked down - at which point the substance on the ground was set ablaze and he was accidentally singed by the flames.  The incident was filmed outside a bar in the Russian capital Moscow yesterday, after the 49-year-old suspect had been thrown out for aggressive behaviour. Following the bar row, the suspect, whose identity has not been reported, went home and returned a short while later with a container filled with a flammable liquid. A 49-year-old man was left accidentally singed outside a bar in Moscow, Russia, yesterday after he had attempted to pour a flammable liquid on people stood outside, before the tables were turned on him The flammable liquid, which had been poured on the floor outside the bar, was ignited and accidentally set the back of...
    A Philadelphia woman shot her ex-boyfriend in the face after he attempted to break into her home late Sunday night, according to a local report. Philadelphia police confirmed to Fox News that a 31-year-old Black male was shot in the left side of the face while trying to break into a home just after 11 p.m. in the 4700 block of Ashville Street in the Holmesburg neighborhood.  PHILADELPHIA MARKS 500TH HOMICIDE IN 2021 AFTER WOMAN FATALLY SHOT Local news station WPVI-TV reported that police said the male suspect was the ex-boyfriend of the woman who owned the home. Police could not immediately confirm the relationship between the suspect and the homeowner when reached by Fox News on Monday morning. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP Police said the suspect was rushed to Jefferson-Torresdale Hospital, where he was last listed in critical condition. A weapon was recovered at the scene and police are continuing to investigate.
    The man accused of kidnapping Cleo Smith from a campsite in Australia was obsessed with Bratz dolls and had a room full of the toys in his house, it has been revealed, as he was formally charged with abducting the four-year-old.   Terence Darrell Kelly, 36, appeared in court for the first time today to hear the charges, 30 hours after he was arrested in Carnarvon, Western Australia, on suspicion of kidnapping the four-year-old who was found locked in a nearby house. Kelly walked into court barefoot and interrupted the judge several times as the charges were read to him, including to shout 'I'm coming for you!' to journalists in the gallery. He did not enter a plea and did not apply for bail.    Police have given few details about how they believe Kelly abducted Cleo or how she got from the campsite where she went missing to the house where she was found, but Facebook profiles linked to Kelly paint a picture of a deeply strange personality. Kelly used one account, under the moniker 'Bratz DeLuca', to detail his obsession...
    Surveillance video captured the moment a teen desperately tried to escape from a gunman who shot him in the leg on a street in Queens in broad daylight as violent crime in New York City continues to spiral out of control.  The incident took place on Sunday afternoon in front of a 99-cent store in Jamaica, Queens.  The suspect is filmed entering the store and then later catching up with the 16-year-old victim who tries to shield himself behind a brick column. The two appear to exchange words and at one point the victim shrugs his shoulders as if to ask: 'Why?' but he is chased relentlessly by the suspect who is holding a gun in his right hand. Eventually the teen victim tries to make a run for it but he is shot at close range in his right leg.  Scroll down for video:  Footage captures the moment a teen tries to escape a gunman who brazenly shoots him in the leg in broad daylight as violent crime in NYC continues to rise The suspect is captured...
    The NFL is being sued for defamation in federal court by an Indianapolis police officer who claims the league mischaracterized a suspect he shot and killed as a victim of 'systemic racism.' Officer De'Joure Mercer was cleared of any wrongdoing by Indianapolis police and a grand jury later declined to press charges against him over the 2020 killing of Dreasjon Reed, who was ultimately included in the NFL's 'Say Their Stories' campaign last December.  In addition to being honored as a victim of racist police violence by the league in a video montage and on Twitter, Reed's name was also chosen to appear on player helmet decals.  SCROLL DOWN FOR VIDEO  The NFL is being sued for defamation in federal court by an Indianapolis police officer who claims the league mischaracterized a suspect he shot and killed as a victim of 'systemic racism.' Officer De'Joure Mercer (right) was cleared of any wrongdoing by Indianapolis police and a grand jury later declined to press charges over the 2020 killing of Dreasjon Reed (left), who was ultimately included in the...
    The man now linked as a possible suspect in the horrific murder of two young girls in Delphi, Indiana in 2017, shoved his wife so hard that a permanent impression of her body was left in the wall of his house, DailyMail.com has learned.  Lifelong criminal James Brian Chadwell II, has a history of drinking and violent fights that started when his mother told him her husband was not his biological father, his brother exclusively told DailyMail.com.  Chadwell - who uses the name Brian to distinguish himself from James Brian Chadwell Sr, the man who raised him - is awaiting trial, after a nine-year-old girl was found naked and covered in dog bites in his basement in Lafayette, Indiana, last month. The girl, who had gone missing from a block party near Chadwell's home, told police he had hit her several times on the head and then tried to rape and strangle her, and he had forced her to give him oral sex. Investigators say they are 'looking into' James Brian Chadwell II (pictured right in his booking...
    Akries Sommerville, 24, allegedly opened fire at the Brooklyn restaurant while being sought by police in Littleton, North Carolina, on charges of kidnapping and robbery with a weapon The suspect accused of attempted murder after allegedly shooting two diners at New York's famed Peter Luger steakhouse was on the run from North Carolina cops at the time of the shootings.  Akries Sommerville, 24, allegedly opened fire at the Brooklyn restaurant while being sought by police in Littleton, North Carolina, on charges of kidnapping and robbery with a weapon.  Littleton Police Chief Phillip Trivette told DailyMail.com: 'He doesn’t need to be on the street. He’s dangerous. He’s going to kill someone.' Sommerville has been charged with two counts of attempted murder.     Cops had earlier said that Sommerville 'was considered armed and very dangerous.'  Sommerville was arrested a few blocks away from the steakhouse on Bedford Avenue and S. 10 Street and was in the hospital Friday morning for an 'unknown reason,' according to the NYPD, which delayed the formal charges.  In addition to the attempted murder charges, he was...
    This is the moment an attempted homicide suspect opened fire on an officer after a road chase in California before being gunned down and killed as he tried to flee on the cop's motorcycle. Dramatic body camera footage shows Joshua James Gloria, 34, opening fire on Fremont police officer Brian Burch, who rolls down an embankment to escape the hail of bullets before staggering to back his feet and returning fire. Burch fired five shots at Gloria, from Oakland, before the suspect collapsed to the ground and died just before 2.50pm on March 24.  Police had wanted to question him about an armed robbery in San Francisco. The video starts with Officer Burch, a six-year veteran who was on traffic duty, driving his motorcycle towards Gloria's car after being informed that it had activated a license plate reader camera nearby Burch followed the car into a shopping center parking lot and asked him to pull over outside a Ross discount store, before the driver, identified as Gloria, drives off before eventually pulling over on State Route 84 RELATED...
    Boulder grocery store shooting suspect Ahmad Alissa is expected to face more first-degree attempted murder charges over the shootout with the cops who responded to the scene of the deadly massacre. Boulder County District Attorney Michael Dougherty said Friday that Alissa, 21, will be slapped with the additional charges in the next couple of weeks after officers were faced with a 'very significant amount of gunfire' when they entered the King Soopers store Monday.  This comes as it emerged the suspect had legally purchased the AR-15 style gun used in the attack after passing a state background check, with law enforcement admitting they are still at a loss to determining a motive for the mass shooting.  Alissa is accused of opening fire at the King Soopers store around 3 pm Monday, killing 10 including a cop, store workers, customers and people getting their COVID-19 vaccine.  He currently faces 10 counts of first-degree murder and one count of attempted murder.  Boulder grocery store shooting suspect Ahmad Alissa is expected to face more first-degree attempted murder charges over the shootout with...
    A PREGNANT woman tragically suffered a miscarriage after a thug kicked her in the stomach as he stole her phone. The woman had been talking to her mum on the phone when the man rode towards her on a white bike - grabbing the iPhone X from her hands in Wanstead, east London. 3Police released an e-fit of the suspect after a pregnant woman was kicked in the stomach in a robbery - later tragically suffering a miscarriage The victim, who was about eight weeks pregnant at the time, yelled at the man that she was pregnant but he did not stop. The phone was a white iPhone X with a silver Swarovski case. Cops have today released an e-fit of the man as they investigate the attack that unfolded at the bus stop in Cambridge Park, Wanstead on Wednesday, July 29, last year between 2.30pm and 3pm. Detective Constable Lea Bethmann, from the East Area Burglary and Robbery Investigation Team said: “This is a particularly sad case that has had devastating life-changing consequences for the victim. Needless to say this...
    Stefano Barbosa, 37, died from a gunshot wound to the chest after being held hostage by a 15-year-old before being shot last month A Florida teenager has been charged as an adult with second-degree murder and armed robbery after taking a real estate agent hostage at gunpoint last month and shooting him dead. The 15-year-old allegedly forced the victim, 37, to a nearby ATM where he took out $1,000 before shooting the hostage in the chest while he was still behind the wheel of the car. The teen ran from the scene, but Fort Lauderdale cops were able to track down him down using surveillance footage. He was already in juvenile custody on unrelated charges for burglaries, resisting arrest and battery on a police officer but transferred to Broward County Jail to be charged as an adult on Friday.  The incident happened at around 4.30pm on February 1 as the victim, named by the Sun Sentinel as Stefano Barbosa, was about to visit tenants at a quadruplex in the 600 block of Northwest 15th Terrace in Fort Lauderdale. He...
    A teen suspect accused of shooting dead six people at his family's home in Indianapolis filmed music videos of himself rapping about guns and killing people, DailyMail.com can reveal. The 17-year-old suspect, who has not been named due to his age, was arrested Monday after he allegedly went on a shooting spree early Sunday morning - killing his mother Kezzie Childs, 42, father Raymond Childs, 42, 18-year-old brother Elijah and 13-year-old sister Rita. Elijah's girlfriend Kiara Hawkins, 19, was also killed, along with her unborn baby boy.   He was identified as the gunman by his younger brother Xavier Childs, who suffered gunshot wounds as he fled from the home, according to a police report. Xavier, 15, remains hospitalized but is expected to recover.  A local pastor reacted to the tragedy on Tuesday, revealing his fears that violent lyrics in the suspect's music may have inspired the killing spree.  Pastor Kenneth Sullivan Jr spoke to WTHR and highlighted a portion of a music video in which a teen he said was the suspect is seen brandishing guns and rapping about 'emptying...
    Hunter Biden is a 50-year-old American lawyer whose elderly father Joe hopes in just over a fortnight to unseat Donald Trump at the U.S. Presidential election. He’s also a twice-married father of five kids (one via a fleeting affair with a former stripper) who has struggled with cocaine and alcohol addiction for most of his adult life and in 2014, when his dad was Barack Obama’s Vice President, managed to get booted out of the U.S. Naval Reserve for failing a drug test. This week saw a vintage ‘October surprise’ when the New York Post obtained footage of Hunter variously: lying in bed smoking a crack pipe; reclining in the bath with a cigarette hanging out of his mouth; and starring in a 12-minute mobile phone video that, in the newspaper’s words, saw him hoofing class A narcotics ‘while engaged in a sex act with an unidentified woman’. Most sensationally — if you believe the Trump camp, that is — it also published leaked emails that appear to implicate Joe in long-standing controversy over his son’s rackety business career. To...
    Police are searching for a suspect who reportedly shot and killed a city bus driver after stealing his belongings on Thursday morning. What are the details? The incident took place Thursday morning as bus driver Marcus Parks made a stop near the Jonestown neighborhood in Baltimore, Maryland. During the stop, an unidentified suspect attempted to enter the bus, but Parks told the man that he could not get on the bus, WJZ-TV reported. In response, the man snatched Parks' bag of personal belongings and took off. Parks gave chase, but the suspect then opened fire on the bus driver, killing him at the scene. Baltimore City Police spokesman Donny Moses said in a statement that a nearby officer heard the shots and saw a man fleeing from the scene. The unnamed officer was not able to capture the suspect. "At around 10:30 we had an officer here at the 1200 block of East Fayette, he heard gunshots. His attention was drawn to the corner, he saw a bus and he saw a bus...
    THE Madeleine McCann prime suspect was nicknamed “The Climber’’ as he was so good at breaking into holiday apartments, a former partner-in-crime has revealed. Christian B was also described by Manfred Seyferth as an “evil psychopath” who is “capable of taking a small child”. 12The prime suspect in the disappearance of Madeleine McCann has been described as an 'expert burglar' Credit: PA:Press Association 12Christian B's former accomplice says he earned the nickname 'The Climber' because he was so good at breaking into holiday apartmentsCredit: Rex Features 12His pal also believes he is guilty of abducting Madeleine McCannCredit: PA:Press Association Drifter Seyferth, 64, believes Christian, 43, is guilty of abducting Brit Madeleine in Portugal. Reflecting on their life of crime together, drifter Seyferth said: “We called him ‘The Climber’ because of his skills. “He was an expert at getting into apartments and hotel rooms. “Christian was athletic and he was strong. I saw him many times climb up to first and second-floor apartments and break in. “He would take watches, passports, money and anything electronic that he could sell. He was...
    A primary suspect in the trial over the 2015 massacres at satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo and elsewhere in Paris has today denied any responsibility for the attacks carried out by jihadists, one of whom was a close associate. Ali Riza Polat, a 35-year-old Franco-Turkish man, was jailed a few weeks after the terror attack that stunned France, with investigators saying he tried to flee the country several times heading for Syria. For his defence, Polat has chosen Isabelle Coutant-Peyre, the lawyer who defended the convicted international terrorist Ilich Ramirez Sanchez, better known as 'Carlos the Jackal.'  She later became his companion and married him in a religious ceremony in prison, though the union has no legal validity.  This court sketch made today at the Paris courthouse shows the fourteen accused and their lawyers at the opening of the trial of the accomplices in Charlie Hebdo jihadist killings in 2015 For his defence, Polat has chosen Isabelle Coutant-Peyre (pictured), the lawyer who defended the convicted international terrorist Ilich Ramirez Sanchez 'I am innocent!' Polat told the court, his head...
    A registered sex offender from Pennsylvania has been charged with fatally shooting a 16-year-old boy who was seen running away from him naked on Saturday.  Orlando Duarte, 45, is currently in the Dauphin County Jail on felony counts of criminal homicide and prohibited possession of a firearm stemming from the killing of Kyan King in Harrisburg.  Dauphin County District Attorney Fran Chardo said witnesses told police before his death, King said that he had been raped and that his rapist was trying to kill him, reported Local 21 News. Orlando Duarte, 45 (left), has been charged with criminal homicide and prohibited possession of a firearm for the killing of Kyan King, 16 (right) King was found laying naked in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, after being shot in the chest The harrowing incident began unfolding at around 1pm near 18th and Forster streets in the usually quiet Allison Hill section of Harrisburg, where residents were shocked to see a naked teen running down the street, with an armed man in an orange shirt pursuing him on foot. Witnesses reported that...
    A Texas man was detained and forcefully arrested by law enforcement for 'jogging while black', witnesses said, as officers searched for a different suspect in a nearby domestic violence call. Mathias Ometu, 33, spent two days in the Bexar County Jail after he was arrested by two San Antonio Police Department officers this week.  The department has since acknowledged that Ometu was not the suspect they were looking for, and the victim corroborated that fact, but he was still charged and taken into custody.  Mayor Ron Nirenburg has now called full investigation into the incident.  Cell phone footage of the two San Antonio Police Department officers roughly shoving Ometu into the back of a police cruiser while he screams 'you're choking me' several times.   Cell phone footage shows Mathias Ometu (center) being forcefully shoved into a police cruiser on Tuesday in San Antonio, Texas RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Chadwick Boseman: Black Panther actor dies at 43 after battle with cancer |... Donald Trump's sister calls Ivanka 'a mini Donald', Eric a 'moron' in new...
    A woman was walking to work in Brooklyn early Tuesday morning when she was ambushed by a stranger who proceeded to beat her senseless, inflicting injuries that required her to be placed in a medically-induced coma. The New York Police Department has released surveillance video showing a portion of the savage attack that took place at around 6m on Division Avenue in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn.  The recording shows a bearded man in a neon-yellow hooded sweatshirt walking in the area.  Police in New York City are looking for this man who is suspected of brutally attacking a woman in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, early Tuesday  Surveillance video shows the perpetrator punching the 46-year-old victim laying on the sidewalk on Division Avenue  Police said the suspect tried to pull the woman's pants off before fleeing on foot  He is then seen from the back kneeling beside a woman laying on the ground and repeatedly punching her.  According to police, the 46-year-old victim was walking on Division Avenue near Rodney Street when the perpetrator accosted her from behind, picked...
    PORTUGUESE cops searching for Madeleine McCann missed the chance to question a German suspect because he was out when they called on him. Detectives visited the home of 'Christian B' in Praia da Luz but they gave up after there was no answer at his door, a former police chief has revealed. 10Ex-cop Goncalo Amaral poses with his controversial 2008 book that saw him sued by the McCannsCredit: AFP 10Madeleine McCann suspect Christian BCredit: Bild 10Madeleine McCann vanished during a family holiday in Portugal in 2007Credit: EPA Disgraced top cop Goncalo Amaral, 60, told Portuguese TV: “I have been told by colleagues, who are retired like me, that they had come knocking on the door. "That person was not at home.” Amaral, 60, led the initial investigation into Madeleine’s disappearance back in 2007, but was removed after criticising British police officers. He also alleged, in a controversial book, that the three-year-old’s parents, Gerry and Kate McCann, had covered up their daughter’s accidental death in their Algarve holiday apartment. The McCanns claimed the book was "unfounded and grossly defamatory" and...
    Christian Brueckner has denied killing Madeleine McCann as police reveal girls’ swimming costumes and other children’s clothes were stashed in his old motorhome. The convicted paedophile reportedly drove the 30ft-long American-style vehicle, which he also lived in for a time, back and forth between Portugal and Germany. It is not clear when Brueckner bought the 30-year-old Tiffin Allegro but he was known to be driving a vehicle matching its description in 2007, when Madeleine, three, vanished. Breukner's lawyer Friedrich Fulscher said his client - who is currently languishing in solitary confinement in a German prison - 'denied any involvement' in Madeleine's case, The Mirror reports. People who knew him described a ‘large cream-coloured Winnebago campervan,’ which he allegedly bragged could hide ‘drugs and children’. Girls’ swimming costumes and other children’s clothes were found in an old motorhome (pictured) owned by Madeleine McCann suspect Christian Brueckner, it emerged yesterday The convicted paedophile reportedly drove the 30ft-long American-style vehicle, which he also lived in for a time, back and forth between Portugal and Germany. Left: Christian Brueckner jokes for pals with a bag...
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