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 …

Submarine owner peter madsen admits dismembering journalist kim wall | News TODAY



Submarine owner peter madsen admits dismembering journalist kim wall
A Danish submarine owner has admitted dismembering the body of journalist Kim Wall, but he denies killing her. Peter Madsen, who has been charged with homicide and mutilating a body, has told police M…

Submarine owner peter madsen admits dismembering journalist kim wall



Submarine owner peter madsen admits dismembering journalist kim wall
A Danish submarine owner has admitted dismembering the body of journalist Kim Wall, but he denies ki…

Severed head of Swedish journalist discovered after disappearance on Danish submarine trip



Danish police have discovered the head and legs of Swedish journalist Kim Wall two months after she died in mysterious circumstances on an inventor’s homemade submarine.

Danish divers discover decapitated head of journalist Kim Wall



Police in Denmark say divers have discovered the decapitated head and dismembered legs of Kim Wall.

The Swedish journalist died in mysterious circumstances on an inventor’s homemade
submarine in August.

Danish navy divers found plastic bags, weighted down by metal, containing the body parts,
a knife and some of Wall’s clothes in a Bay, just south of Copenhagen on Friday.

The latest discovery comes after the journalist’s mutilated torso was found, without head, arms or legs, 11 days after boar…
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Kim Wall: Severed head of Swedish journalist disappearance on Danish submarine trip



Kim Wall: Severed head of Swedish journalist disappearance on Danish submarine trip
The head of Swedish journalist Kim Wall has been discovered two months after she disappeared during a submarine trip in Denmark.

Ms Wall, a widely-travelled foreign correspondent, was allegedly murdered aboard a submarine owned by Danish inventor Peter Madsen in August.

Divers found her head, legs and clothes inside weighted plastic bags.

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Decapitated head of journalist kim wall found after submarine disappearance | News Today



Decapitated head of journalist kim wall found after submarine disappearance
The decapitated head, legs and missing clothes of Swedish journalist Kim Wall have been found, say Danish police. Ms Wall went missing in suspicious circumstances after interviewing Danish inventor Peter Madsen on his 60ft homemade submarine on 10 August. Her naked, mutilated body was subsequently d…

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.