Madeleine McCann’s family says there is ‘hard evidence’ of her death

According to Tuesday’s news, the parents of the missing British girl, Madeleine McCann, were told that there was “concrete evidence” that she was officially dead.

German prosecutors investigating the prison suspect, who is currently the new suspect in the kidnapping of 2007, gave Maddie’s parents Kate and Gerry McCann a heartbreaking warning in a letter. Said the sun.

German prosecutor Hans Christian Wolters wrote on Tuesday that “We wrote to McCanns to tell that Madeleine was dead and we could not tell what the evidence was.

“We have solid evidence that our suspect killed Madeleine,” insisted Christian Brückner, who was behind bars raped by an American tourist.

Emphasizing that “there is no realistic hope in life,” he said, “This is a murder case, not a missing person.”

The British police also warned against the outcome, but not all evidence was provided, Wolters said.

“I don’t think the McCann are informed about all the details, but they know the results,” he said.

McCanns’s lawyer in Portugal (Maddie was kidnapped from a resort town in May 2007 when she was 3 years old) insists that German investigators must release evidence that they support the death claim.

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“I sympathize with the parents, but if we explain more details to them, it can endanger the investigation,” according to the report, Wolters. Said.

“I know that knowing how he died will be a relief for parents, but if we give too much information he would have prevented the investigation.

“We can understand the pain of the parents and they want relief, but it is better for them to reach a clear and successful conclusion of the case.”

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“There is no forensic evidence,” he said, “only other evidence that he was dead.”

“If I could tell them what we know, but I can’t, it would be easier for them,” said the parents.

“Kate and Gerry have not only commented on the private correspondence received by the police, nor will they make a working comment,” the McCann family spokesperson Clarence Mitchell told The Sun.

Madeleine would be 17 years old on May 12 this year.

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