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McCanns'case: Sergey Malinka admits to leave Portugal

Maddie: Witness in the process says that he had ‘enough’, after the fire in the car.

The Russian Sergey Malinka, one of the witnesses from the case related to the disappearance of Madeleine McCann almost a year ago in the Praia da Luz (Lagos), admits to leave Portugal as a consequence of the fire that, in the last dawn of Thursday destroyed his car completely. “It is a vengeance for the involvement of my name in the Madeleine’s case and I am full of this! It is already the second car that they set on fire; I do not even know what to do with my life. But if things continue, I am going to return to my Country” told Sergey Malinka, angry, to neighbors and friends in Praia da Luz. The DN knows the Russian’s car insurance did not cover risks against fires. Besides, Malinka, who in the meantime rented a blue Renault Clio, will still have to support the costs of the damages caused to a vehicle, which was parked in the front of his car. With 23 years, the Russian citizen Sergey Malinka [son of a carpenter and of a maid] in Praia da Luz, is believed to be an expert in computer technology and he previously owned a computer near the Marina of Lagos.

Source: Diário de Notícias
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Malinka made a complain to the PJ about the fire in his car

Sergey Malinka says that he only wants to be left alone

The Russian citizen who is a witness in case of the disappearance of Madeleine McCann made a complaint in the Judiciary Police Offices of Portimão against strangers, because he believed that someone set his car on fire. The PJ also believes in a crime and is investigating.

The Audi A4 of Sergey Malinka, which was parked near his parents house with whom he lives, in the 25th of April street, in the Praia da Luz, was consumed by the flames, in the dawn of the day before yesterday. In the sidewalk near to the debris of the car was written in red letters the word "Fala" [Speak, Talk].

To the JN, the Russian citizen confirmed the complaint and admits that he does not know who could have set his vehicle on fire, not even what they meant with the message that was left in the sidewalk.

“I keep on living a bad dream that never ends ", said Malinka, which it refuses to say if this situation has to do with the fact of being a witness of the case Maddie or because he had had business with Robert Murat, one of the Arguidos the process, like the couple Kate and Gerry, Madeleine's parents.

Exasperated with the situation and with the involvement of his name in this case, Malinka said to the JN that he is going to stop speaking with journalists and spoke of “friends who stabbed him in the back”. “I only want to live in peace”, he declared.

This IT expert was wrapped in case of the disappearance of the British girl, allegedly due to the business that he kept with Murat. The Judiciary Police was at his home, in the 16th of May, 13 days after the three-year-old girl had disappeared from the room where she was sleeping with the twin brothers, in Ocean Club.

In that occasion the investigators took several computers from his home and from an office that he had in Lagos, objects that, according to Malinka, were never returned.

Sergey was heard by the Judiciary and his kept as a witness, though there are no suspicions regarding his involvement in Madeleine's disappearance.

Source: Jornal de Notícias


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