Danish submarine owner has not said how journalist died police

Danish submarine owner has not said how journalist died police.
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) – A Danish inventor accused of murdering Swedish journalist Kim Wall on board his submarine did not say she died from carbon monoxide poisoning, police said on Wednesday, correcting an earlier statement.

On Monday Danish police said Peter Madsen had told them in an Oct. 14 interrogation that Wall, 30, had died from carbon monoxide poisoning inside the submarine, while he was on the deck of the vessel.

Reacting to comments by Madsen’s defense lawyer, the police said on Wednesday he had not specifically said how Wall died but had mentioned the possibility of such a cause of death.

Swedish journalist who died on an inventor’s submarine had 15 stab wounds

Swedish journalist who died on an inventor’s submarine had 15 stab wounds
A Danish inventor charged with murdering Swedish journalist Kim Wall in his home-made submarine had …

Stab wounds found on torso of journalist who died after trip on Danish inventor’s submarine

Stab wounds found on torso of journalist who died after trip on Danish inventor’s submarine.
​Fifteen stabs wounds were found on the headless and dismembered torso of a Swedish journalist last seen with a Danish inventor in his home-made submarine, a prosecutor said Tuesday. Police also found videos on the man’s computer showing women being tortured and murdered.

Prosecutor Jakob Buch-Jepsen said at a pre-trial hearing that the cause of death for 30-year-old Kim Wall has not yet been established.

Inventor Peter Madsen, 46, is being held on preliminary charges of manslaughter and indecent handling of a corpse. Madsen says Wall died after being accidentally hit by a 70-kilogram hatch in the submarine’s tower and he buried her at sea.

Swedish journalist who died on submarine had 15 wounds

Swedish journalist who died on submarine had 15 wounds

A Danish inventor charged with murdering Swedish journalist Kim Wall in his home-made submarine had video footage on his computer showing women being violently killed, a court heard on Tuesday.
A police prosecutor said officers found images ‘which we presume to be real’ of women being strangled and decapitated on the hard drive on Peter Madsen’s computer in a laboratory he ran.
That, together with new post-mortem evidence showing Wall was stabbed 15 times in her ribcage and genitals ‘around or shortly after her death,’ was adding to the case against Madsen, the prosecutor, Jakob Buch-Jepsen, told the Copenhagen court.

DNA tests from Madsen’s nails, face and neck showed a clear match with Wall’s, Buch-Jepsen said, though the exact cause of death remained unknown.
‘Our suspicion hasn’t changed, it has been strengthened since (the last hearing on) September 5,’ he added.

Madsen, who denies murdering Wall and another charge of mutilating her body, appeared in court via video link dressed in a green boilersuit.
He said the computer searched by police was not his.

‘They are the space laboratory’s tools which have been used by everyone in the laboratory,’ he said.
The court heard he had been working on building a space rocket in the lab.
He remained calm during the pre-trial session, sitting with his hands folded most of the time. The court ordered him detained for another four months as investigations continued.
Wall, a 30-year-old freelance journalist who was researching a story on Madsen, went missing after he took her out to sea in the 17-metre (56-foot) craft in August

Madsen has told the court in past hearings Wall died accidentally, saying she was hit by a heavy hatch cover on his UC3 Nautilus submarine.
On August 23, police identified a headless female torso washed ashore in Copenhagen as Wall’s.
Madsen has also denied amputating her limbs, saying he tried to bury her whole body at sea.
The trial continues.

[ Syria ] [ idlib ] 29 Russian fighters broke through,kill 850 terrorist died at the battle

Syria’s most powerful Islamic extremist force, Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham (Al-Qaeda Syria-HTS), Turkistan Islamic Party forces of Uighur East Indies gunmen, “moderated,” under the command of a number of US military intelligence agents, sought to change the battlefield morphology with a large-scale attack.

General plan of the terrorist force is: Destroying the ceasefire agreement, conducting a major offensive, maneuvering dozens of tanks, armor, caliber artillery, hundreds of pickup trucks Syria’s northern Syrian army front line in the safe area under the Astana-Kazakhstan deal. The main purpose was to prevent the Syrian army’s attack on the battlefield of Deir Ezzor.

But a key part of the plan is to take prisoners of 29 Russian military soldiers, who are tasked with overseeing the security of Idlib. Due to the unlawful nature of a terrorist organization, the capture of Russian soldiers would be a real shock to the Syrian battlefield.

In some cases, Russian troops captured, executed or exchanged with unpredictable conditions will change the situation in Syria, while Iran, Syria and Russia will be forced. must accept. Moreover, the jihadist movement will rise to new heights.

This is the point where the story becomes appealing.

In the first attack in the garrison area, the 29th platoon of Russian soldiers belonging to the battalion of militia, mainly soldiers from Chechnya. They were attacked by a large force of fanatical jihadist militants, including tanks, armor, artillery and ZA 23 x 2 anti-aircraft fire. The fierce fighting lasted for several hours.

In this “hair-hanging” situation, with an important request not to let the Russian military personnel casualties, the commander of the Russian military forces in Syria, General Surovkin commanded the rescue team. .

The relief forces are quite special, including the Russian Ministry of Defense Special Forces, the Russian military battalion with the majority of the North Caucasus troops (Chechen) and the Syrian Special Forces practice. Direct command of the battle was Major General Victor Shuliak, deputy commander of Russian military forces in Syria.

Remember, the North Caucasus soldiers are not only very good at fighting, speak good Arabic, but they are also assigned by the president of the Republic of Chesnya Ramzan Kadyrov, . They are Sunni Muslim militants, Shia and absolutely loyal to Russia, to the Islamic state in Russia.

Support for this scary force is the Sukhoi Su-25 “ground attack aircraft”, the ground attack aircraft.

The attack began with an unprecedented air raid by the Russian Air Force, bombing all of Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham (HTS) targets in Idlib province, two Su-25s. Being full, flying at extremely low altitudes performed the task of opening the fire fronts for the rescue team of the Russian military platoon. After the Su-25 bases cleaned up all the firepower, Syrian artillery firepower, including Grad firecrackers flaring along the attack corridors, shielded the breakthrough forces around the siege.

The intense task force of the task force successfully rescued them quickly, with fierce fire crushed all resistance on the way, Russian-Syrian special forces swept all over the rescue corridor. In this fierce firefight, three special Russian soldiers were wounded.

September 19, 2017 becomes a very dark day for Syrian al-Qaeda and US military intelligence. But HTS is the organization that suffers.

Attack of the HIS’s 187 destroyers, about 850 attackers destroyed, destroyed 11 tanks, 4 armored vehicles, 46 automatic picket trucks, 5 mortars heavy, 20 trucks and 38 ammunition arsenal destroyed within 24 hours. ”
At the end of the press conference, Gen. Rudskoi still uses a rather classic phrase, but is really scary: “The activities to destroy terrorists continue.”

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Danish submarine owner admits how Swedish journalist died on board

Swedish journalist Kim Wall died when she was accidentally hit by a heavy hatch cover on board a home-made submarine, the Danish owner of the vessel testified in court on Tuesday.

Peter Madsen, who denies killing her, said he was holding the hatch for Wall as they sailed in the strait between Denmark and Sweden last month on the UC3 Nautilus submarine he had built.

With the vessel at the surface, he said he had crawled out through the hatch and was standing on top, while holding it open to let Wall follow him. At that moment, the submarine was rocked by a wave from another boat.

“I lose my foothold and the hatch shuts,” he told the Copenhagen court, saying Wall was knocked to the floor. “There was a pool of blood where she had landed.”
A prosecutor also read earlier testimony from behind closed doors in which Madsen said the impact had fractured the journalist’s skull and killed her.

He said he tried to bury her at sea but denied mutilating her body, and added that he had contemplated killing himself while still on board.

Wall, a 30-year-old freelance journalist who was researching a story on Madsen, went missing after he took her out to sea in his 17-meter (56-foot) submarine on Aug. 10.

On Aug. 23, police identified a headless female torso that washed ashore in Copenhagen as Wall’s. The cause of her death has not been determined.

In court, Madsen denied having amputated her limbs and said he dropped her “whole” body into the water, several hours after her death, after having a sleep because he was “tired and exhausted.”

He admitted that he wanted to “bury her at sea” by attaching metal to the body in order for it to sink.

“I had no contact with the body and didn’t want a dead body in my submarine,” Madsen told the court. “I put a rope around her feet to drag her out of the hatch,” he said, adding that he was crying during this operation.

“I am suicidal at this stage (and) thought a fitting end for Peter Madsen would be on board the Nautilus,” he said. “I was in a condition where I decided I couldn’t continue the life I had been living.”

He changed his mind, he said, because he wanted to see his wife and three cats.

The police have charged Madsen, 46, with killing the Swedish journalist, which could mean a sentence of five years to life in prison, and with abusing a corpse. The Copenhagen district court will rule on whether to extend his custody and on what charges.
In its preliminary investigation, the court had ordered Madsen detained until Tuesday on the lesser charge of involuntary manslaughter.

The submarine is one of three Madsen had built and one of the largest privately built ones in the world. It could carry eight people and weighed 40 tonnes fully equipped.

A day after taking Wall out to sea, Madsen was rescued in a navy operation after deliberately sinking the vessel.

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Swedish Journalist “Kim Wall” Died in Accident in Private Sub Marine | Raj News Telugu

Ms. Wall was last seen on the evening of Aug. 10, when the submarine left Refshaleoen, a former industrial site on the northern edge of Amager Island, on the harbor. Her boyfriend reported her missing the following day, and Mr. Madsen was later arrested. He initially told the police that he had dropped off Ms. Wall on the shore, but later changed his story to say that she had died accidentally and he had buried her at sea.

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