Danish police find head and legs of Swedish journalist Kim Wall

Geneva Matthews
October 8, 2017

Wall worked as a freelance journalist based in New York and China, and her articles were published in the Guardian, the New York Times, and others.

Kim Wall was last seen alive on August 10th as she went to interview Peter Madsen on his home-made submarine which was moored near Copenhagen.

On August 23, police identified a headless female torso washed ashore in Copenhagen as Wall's.

For the prosecution, it is no doubt that the inventor has killed Kim Wall to fulfill a sexual fantasy before killing her and dismembering.

Ms. Wall disappeared after meeting Peter Madsen, a Danish amateur space rocket and submarine builder, for an interview on August 10.

He also denies allegations that crippled her body.

"We have found the head and two legs, but we have not found her arms", Mr. Moller said.

Wall, 30, died after going out on Madsen's homemade submarine on August 10 for a story.

Earlier this week investigators found that Madsen had images "which we presume to be real" of women being strangled and decapitated on a computer in a laboratory he ran.

Møller Jensen said Saturday that an official cause of death has still not been established. The charge sheet alleges Madsen cut Wall's body into pieces, punctured her torso and tied pipes to it to make it sink to the bottom of the sea. He then changed his story and said that she died in an accident, hitting his head on the door, and he was "buried at sea".

It will contain the custody for another four weeks while investigations continue.

Madsen has insisted there was no sexual relationship between him and Wall, and that their contacts had been professional.

Madsen created the UC3 Nautilus with private funding and launched it in May 2008.

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