German child killer Martin Ney to be questioned again
The German child killer Martin Ney is set to be questioned for a second time over Madeleine McCann’s
disappearance. The 49-year-old man, who was jailed for life in 2012 for abducting and murdering three young
children and abusing many more, has been extradited from France to be pulled in for questioning again.
After reviewing the evidence into Madeleine’s disappearance, Scotland Yard suggested interviewing him again,
TV station RTL claimed.
According to The Sun, the convicted triple murderer was interviewed back in 2007 after a man was seen near the
apartment in Praia da Luz, Portugal, where the three-year-old girl went missing. Ney was said to fit the
The German sex fiend is currently serving a life sentence for the murder of three boys.
The killer, known as the ‘masked man’, was reportedly known to haunt the Algarve and traveled throughout
Portugal in the 1990s. He revealed in chatroom messages, under the username GerdX, he had dressed in
camouflage to jump out of bushes, ‘in children’s playgrounds if a beautiful boy goes past
He also wore masks, balaclavas and replied ‘yes’ when one girl awoke from a nap and asked if he was her daddy.
Ney was jailed for killing Stefan Jahr, 13, in 1992, Dennis Rostel, eight, in 1995, and Dennis Klein, nine, in 2001.
His known victims are all boys, but experts claim gender is often unimportant for pedophiles