Maddie suspect Christian Brueckner describes himself as the ‘most known bad person in the world’

Maddie suspect Christian Brueckner describes himself as the ‘most known bad person in the world’

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 he is serving a rape sentence.

Brueckner said in the letter: ‘Welcome to the biggest adventure you can imagine.

‘I’m the most-known bad person in the world and I did nothing – well almost nothing.’

Convicted rapist Christian Brueckner, 44, was identified by German police in June 2020 with prosecutors saying they believed he had murdered Madeleine McCann

Madeleine (pictured) 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.

‘They don’t have proof’: Madeleine McCann suspect Brueckner claims in a letter (pictured) penned from his prison cell in northern Germany
‘They don’t have proof’: Madeleine McCann suspect Brueckner claims in a letter (pictured) penned from his prison cell in northern Germany

German detectives interviewed Brueckner at Oldenburg jail (pictured), where he is serving a rape sentence.

German detectives interviewed Brueckner at Oldenburg jail (pictured), where he is serving a rape sentence.

He added: ‘I wasn’t kidnapping anybody and of course I wasn’t killing anybody.

‘I’ll go further, I’ll tell you I wasn’t attacking anybody after I was 18.

‘I made some silly mistakes when I was younger but who hasn’t?’

Then referring to the McCann case Brueckner said: ‘Perhaps I was a suspect after all they found out about me.

‘Drug dealer, breaking into houses, living in cars and there was something with kids when I was 17.

‘But they had (sic) not even one proof that I was involved with the McCann case. And they still don’t have it.

‘I know why. Because they have no hairs or anything from Maddie what means (sic) that nobody can put anything like that into my stuff to find it.

‘The idea behind that all perhaps was to make the BKA (German police) and German prosecutor famous as well known all over the world as the smartest organisation ever.’

It is suspected that Brueckner received a telephone call shortly before three year old Maddie was abducted from her ground floor apartment. Pictured: The Ocean Club in Praia da Luz, where Madeleine disappeared during a family holiday in 2007

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