The case of Madeleine McCann‘s disappearance has once again made headlines recently. A 21-year-old Polish woman called Julia Faustyna Wendel claimed that she could be the girl who disappeared in Praia da Luz in 2007.
However, scepticism is evident and Scotland Yard does not believe that there is a link between Julia and the case they have been investigating for more than a decade.
The young woman took to Instagram to ask to undergo a DNA test, claiming that her family could have lied to her about her age (21) and stressing that she could be 19 years old, the age Madeleine would have been this year.
She declared that she does not have her birth certificate and showed the similarities she has with Maddie, such as the spots on the left cheek or the pupil.
Why Scotland Yard does not believe Julia Faustyna Wendel
None of it, it seems, convinces Scotland Yard. According to the authorities, they have noticed inconsistencies in what Julia Faustyna Wendel has declared.
Moreover, they believe that McCann died the same night of her abduction, on May 3, 2007. They even made a robot portrait of how McCann would look like and found no similarities to the Polish girl.
On the other hand, Julia is not the first girl who claims to be Madeleine. They even argue that it is unlikely that a kidnapper would keep a hostage alive for so long without anyone noticing the alleged similarities between the two women.
Be that as it may, the truth is that the case of one of the most famous disappearances in history is not over and, although there is a suspect, Christian Brueckner, since 2007 no one has been able to provide real evidence.
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