Swedish journalist Kim Wall's decapitated head is found

Trevor Jackson
October 8, 2017

As reported, the Danish inventor of the Madsen is accused of killing a Swedish journalist in a submarine "Nautilus".

Wall was last seen alive in August entering a homemade submarine, the UCS Nautilus, with its owner and builder, a Danish inventor named Peter Madsen.

Police inspector Jens Moller said there was another bag containing her clothes.

Her headless torso was found by a member of the public cycling on Copenhagen's southern Amager Island in August, near where she was believed to have died.

Suspect Peter Madsen, have been remanded in custody, said Valle died after accidentally hitting a heavy hatch on a submarine.

He has insisted her body was intact at the time.

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First, Mr. Madsen said that the journalist dropped off unharmed in Copenhagen.

Locating Wall's head has been a priority for investigators, as the final autopsy on the torso was not able to establish the cause of death.

"We found a pack with Kim Wall's attire; shirt, skirt, socks and shoes, and furthermore a blade and lead pieces burdening them", Moeller Jensen said. He claimed the computer hard drive were not his, saying it was accessible to other people in his laboratory.

Madsen was later captured and held in guardianship on doubt of murdering Wall. The court ordered him detained for another four months as investigations continued.

Remedy: This story has been refreshed to clear up that some of Wall's remaining parts were found in a different sack from her apparel.

Ms Wall, who had worked for the New York Times, The Guardian, South China Morning Post and Vice Magazine, boarded the submarine on the evening of August 10, reportedly as part of an assignment.

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