Maddie McCann suspect moved to high-security ‘German Alcatraz’ prison to be watched 24/7
The Mirror says: Christian Brueckner’s lawyer did not comment on why he has been moved to a super-max German prison dubbed the Alcatraz of The North where he can be watched 24/7 – but it is belived it comes after a scuffle with guards
The prime suspect in the Madeleine McCann case has been moved to a new high-security prison dubbed the Alcatraz of The North.
Christian Brueckner, who German investigators believe murdered Madeleine in 2007, is now in solitary confinement at Oldenburg prison near Bremen, north west Germany.
Although the modern prison is a step up in comfort from his previous jails it is covered with CCTV cameras.
All the doors and windows within the walls are made from special reinforced safety glass so guards can keep an eye on prisoners at all times.
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