Journalist Kim Wall's head is found

Sunday, 08 Oct, 2017

Danish police investigating the murder of the Swedish journalist Kim Wall have found body parts, including her decapitated head.

Wall was last seen alive as she departed with Madsen in his self-built 40-tonne submarine, UC3 Nautilus, for a story she was writing about his venture. A warning - there are disturbing details in this report.

Self-taught engineer and inventor Peter Madsen, 46, has been accused of Wall's death, with prosecutors saying that he dismembered her body before throwing it overboard.

Initially, Mr Madsen said he had dropped her off safely in Copenhagen, but he later changed his story to say it had been a "terrible accident", that he had "buried her at sea" and planned afterwards to take his own life by sinking his submarine.

Police say the submarine only sailed in Danish waters during the August 10-11 trip.

The detention of Madsen, who has denied manslaughter charges, expires October 31 when a court will decide if he will continue to remain in custody ahead of a possible trial.

During their investigation, police found videos of women being tortured, decapitated and murdered on the inventor's personal computer.

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Copenhagen police investigator Jens Moeller Jensen said the remaining body parts were found by Danish navy divers in Koge Bay on Friday.

The exact cause of Wall's death has not yet been confirmed.

Her headless torso was found floating in waters off Copenhagen on August 21, 11 days after she went missing. Another bag contained her missing clothes.

Madsen however insisted the hard drive did not belong to him.

A police spokesman told reporters in Copenhagen that there were no fractures in Wall's cranium.

Wall, 30, was a freelance journalist from Sweden who attended Columbia Journalism School in NY, and reported on stories from Sri Lanka to North Korea.