Justice has made an important decision against the prime suspect, Christian B

“The Court of Brunswick declares itself incompetent” in these five cases, the organization said in a press release Thursday, explaining that the suspect’s last known residence did not fall within its jurisdiction.

Therefore, the public prosecutor’s office in the northern German city of Brunswick should be removed from investigations into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, known as Maddy, the suspect’s lawyer says.


“Based on the court’s ruling, the Braunschweig judiciary has no jurisdiction over the ‘Maddy’ case,” Friedrich Fulscher said in a statement. German Christian b. He is now the prime suspect in the murder of a girl who disappeared on May 3, 2007, shortly before her fourth birthday, at a seaside resort in Portugal.

A 72-year-old American is serving a 7-year prison sentence in Germany for raping a man. He was charged in Brunswick with five other sex crimes and offenses committed between 2000 and 2017 in Portugal. The trial was expected to be held in the coming months.


“Dismissal of the charges against (the suspect for these five cases, editor’s note.) has no effect on the prison sentence currently being served by the suspect,” the court said in its press release.

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Other German regional prosecutor’s offices where the suspect lived must decide whether they will take up the cases abandoned by Brunswick.

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