Madeleine McCann Disappearance – The primary suspect in the disappearance of Madeleine McCann is said to have told a friend about how he silently abducted her. Christian B, 45, is suspected of informing a friend-turned-snitch that “she didn’t scream” when she disappeared in Portugal. While in prison, he allegedly sent a series of letters protesting his innocence that look to be full of clues, as reported by The Sun. According to The Daily Mail, the convicted paedophile wrote scrawls in which he expressed dissatisfaction with his seven-year rape sentence and prison life. In an effort to clear his identity, he also claimed that the police probe into him was baseless.
His former comrade Helge Buschling, who was imprisoned in Greece for people trafficking, received a frightening letter from him. They were pals in the early 2000s after meeting in Portugal, but their friendship ended after a botched drug deal. In 2017, Buschling was the first to report to authorities that they had identified Christian B as a suspect in the disappearance of Madeleine. Christian B, on the other hand, thinks an old buddy set out to discredit him and his important testimony in the Maddie case and thus arranged a witch hunt against him. He stated that all of the public hunting and hostility directed at him by the German authorities could be traced back to a few comments written by “witness” Helge B in 2017.
When witness Manfred Seyferth and cooperating witness Michael Tatschl described attending a “hippy festival” in Spain in 2008, the suspect began openly mimicking Buschling. We started chatting about Portugal and Manfred, Christian, and I all got quite excited. According to the note, it was then that Christian brought up the topic of the missing girl. I told Christian that I wouldn’t be travelling to Portugal because of the numerous issues that had arisen there. In my opinion, the disappearance of the child has resulted in Portugal having far too many police officers. How she disappeared without a trace is really unusual.