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117178 No. 117178 ID: 3e9aae
>Peter Madsen's submarine sank midday Aug. 11; he was rescued by a private boat, but journalist Kim Wall was nowhere to be found. It was Wall's boyfriend who reported her missing, and authorities wasted no time in arresting the 46-year-old Madsen after he came ashore, charging him that same day with manslaughter and arranging his first court appearance for the following day, a Saturday.

>Initially he told authorities he had dropped off his 30-year-old companion back in Copenhagen. Now, according to a statement released Monday by Copenhagen police at the behest of the defense and the prosecutor's office, Madsen has recanted that story.

>"The defendant has explained to the police and the Court, that there was an accident on board which caused Kim Wall's death," police say in the statement, "and that he consequently buried her at sea at a non-defined location in the Bay of Køge."

>Authorities said the manslaughter charge still stands, even as they probed the waters around Copenhagen for any sign of Wall's body. Danish and Swedish maritime authorities have recovered the 60-foot-long submarine and have since begun forensic work to seek some answers. But they note their days-long search for Wall has so far proved fruitless, despite the deployment of a number of vessels, divers and helicopters.


>Danish prosecutors are seeking to charge inventor Peter Madsen with the murder of Swedish journalist Kim Wall.

>Ms Wall’s headless torso was found naked in waters off Copenhagen and a search is being conducted for her clothes, Danish police said.

>Prosecutor Jakob Buch-Jepsen said police expect to raise the preliminary charges against Madsen to murder and indecent handling of a corpse when he appears at a custody hearing in early September.

>A cyclist discovered Ms Wall’s torso on Monday, and Copenhagen police later said the body’s head, arms and legs had “deliberately been cut off”.

>Police investigator Jens Moeller Jensen told reporters DNA tests had confirmed the torso was Ms Wall’s.

>Dried blood found inside the submarine was also matched to DNA obtained from Wall’s toothbrush and hairbrush.

>The cause of the journalist’s death is not yet known, police said.
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>> No. 117184 ID: 66c32a
Lol wut
>> No. 117185 ID: 3e843b
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I'm just looking forward to the explanation of this whole thing. Girl gets on sub with dude, which was stupid anyway, dude kills her, dismembers her Sol style, scuttles sub, says first she didn't get onboard, and then she died onboard from an accident (and presumably had the Bloody Mess perk) but he gave her a burial at sea.

The chain of events that led to her death is probably straight up bananas.

But I gotta harp on an earlier point, how stupid do you have to be to get onboard a ship alone with someone? This ain't a guys are evil thing but getting onboard a boat alone with anyone would be stupid. I wouldn't get onboard a boat alone with Angelina Jolie. Anything can happen and there is no help, no witnesses, you are at their mercy, and even if you do somehow fight off your attacker if you can't drive a boat you're still fucked. Its doubly bad for Kim here because you could probably figure out a boat, I'm betting figuring out a submarine is much harder.

Also I didn't know Sol was Swedish.
>> No. 117186 ID: 66c32a

>...if you can't drive a boat you're still fucked.

Meh ,an ordinary boat is pretty easy to operate. I've been doing it since I was about seven or eight years old. A fucking submarine some lunatic cobbled together in his garage, though? Yeah no, you wouldn't catch me anywhere near that fucking deathtrap. There's a reason you don't find subs sitting next to pontoon boats on stealership lots.
>> No. 117187 ID: 3e843b
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I haven't been on a boat in years so I couldn't say for certain how hard driving a boat is, especially boating far out to sea. I think normal boating ain't much harder then driving a car but boating out to sea might be a bit more complicated thanks to navigation and possibly other hazards like weather.

Then being on a submarine, a homebuilt sub at that, you'd have all those possible challenges plus handling the controls, navigating underwater, raising the sub, and any obstructions depending on area and depth.

Seems like, atleast to me, a big NOPE situation defintely.

Also there should be more commercial subs. If we don't have flying cars might as well have personal submarines.
>> No. 117258 ID: 3e9aae
Apparently he now claims the hatch hit her so hard her head exploded and her underwear fell off.
>During the hearing he said that while in his submarine's tower on Aug. 10, he slipped and lost grip of the heavy lid to the vessel, according to Danish media reports. Wall, 30, was on her way up to the tower and was hit in the head with the cover, he said.

>Madsen said that Wall sustained an open skull fracture and was bleeding from the head, according to Danish media. She also had cramps, but they stopped after about 20 seconds, he told the court. After 20 seconds, she had no pulse and was dead, he said.

>After she died, he said, he wanted to kill himself. But he didn’t want the submarine to become her grave, he said, which was why he decided to throw her into the sea. First he decided to rest for two hours to think things through, he said, according to Danish media. At some point he changed his mind about killing himself, because he wanted to see his wife and cats first, he said.

>Madsen said in court that he didn't know anything about the dismemberment of Wall's body parts, according to Danish media. In court today, prosecutors showed Madsen that Wall's head, arms and legs were cut off on purpose, and asked him who else would have cut off the body parts, Danish media reported.

>A prosecutor then asked Madsen if he had a saw aboard the submarine. Madsen replied that he owned a type of saw used to cut wood, but said it wasn't in the submarine when he was with Wall, and that as far as he knows it's still in his workshop. The prosecutor said that the saw is not in his workshop.

>Blood was found on the floor of the submarine, the prosecutor said in court. A pair of women's panties, tights and locks of hair were also found in the submarine. Neither Madsen's nor Wall's cell phones were found in the submarine, the prosecutor said.

>A Danish judge decided in court Tuesday that the results of Wall's autopsy report would be off the record. The results were read out in court, but the media was prohibited from reporting them.

>The judge, Buch-Jepsen recounted, was not convinced by Madsen’s explanation in court, in light of the prosecutor’s evidence.

>“Two people are on a boat. Her legs and head and arms were cut off, and we can prove that,” Buch-Jepsen said. “You can draw your own conclusions.”

>When Wall hit her head against the hatch, the blunt force fractured her skull, Madsen said in an earlier testimony read by the prosecutor in Tuesday’s hearing, Reuters reported. He declined to answer a number of the prosecutor’s unanswered questions, including why Wall’s clothes were missing.

>Madsen told the court her shoes and tights came off when he dragged her body through the submarine’s tower with a rope following the accident, the AP and local news outlets reported.
>> No. 117297 ID: a9b539

> A pair of women's panties, tights and locks of hair were also found in the submarine.

Nigga went full SoL.
>> No. 117407 ID: 3e9aae
"no guys that's not my snuff porn" says man who murdered journalist.
>The suspected killer of Swedish journalist Kim Wall will be detained for four more weeks after a Copenhagen court heard that 15 stab wounds had been found on her body.

>Peter Madsen, 46, faces a murder charge over the death of the 30-year-old journalist, whose headless, dismembered torso was found floating off Denmark’s capital city 10 days after she boarded the inventor’s self-built submarine for an interview.

>Prosecutor Jakob Buch-Jepsen told the court that cause of death had not yet been formally established, but that the multiple knife wounds had been inflicted “at the time of death or shortly afterwards”.

>Traces of Madsen’s DNA had also been also recovered from Wall’s body, as well as traces of a saw blade consistent with the removal of her head and limbs after her death, Buch-Jepsen said. An examination of Madsen’s computer had also uncovered material featuring women being tortured and killed.

>Madsen, who denies killing Wall, took part in the half-hour custody hearing with his lawyer via a video link from Copenhagen’s Vestre prison. He said he was “not the only person” with access to the computer in his workshop, and the extreme content did not belong to him.
>> No. 117455 ID: 3e843b
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Copenhagen (AFP) - Danish police said Saturday that divers had recovered the decapitated head and the legs of Swedish journalist Kim Wall, who vanished in August while interviewing a Danish inventor aboard his homemade submarine.

In a grisly case worthy of a Nordic noir thriller, Copenhagen police inspector Jens Moller Jensen told reporters that divers had found bags containing her missing clothes, her head and legs in Koge Bay, south of the Danish capital.

"Last night our forensic dentist confirmed that it was Kim Wall's head," he said.

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

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

Madsen, who is married and has been in custody since August 11, claims Wall died when a 70-kilo (154-pound) hatch door fell on her head, and in a panic, he threw her body overboard.

He has insisted her body was intact at the time.

But Jensen said the decapitated head contradicted Madsen's version of events.

There is "no sign of fracture on the skull and there isn't any sign of other blunt violence to the skull," he said, citing an autopsy carried out overnight.

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.

However, it did show multiple mutilation wounds to Wall's genitals.

- Fetish films -

Prosecutors believe Madsen killed 30-year-old Wall as part of a sexual fantasy, then dismembered and mutilated her body.

Earlier this week, prosecutor Jakob Buch-Jepsen told a court custody hearing that a hard disk found in Madsen's workshop contained fetish films in which real women were tortured, decapitated and burned.

"This hard drive doesn't belong to me," Madsen insisted, saying numerous people had access to his workshop.

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

Jensen said the divers on Friday found the clothes and body parts in bags weighed down with metal pieces. Her torso had also been weighed down when it was found, also in Koge Bay.

"Yesterday morning we found a bag within which we found Kim Wall's clothes, underwear, stockings, and shoes. In the same bag laid a knife, and there were some lead pipes to weigh the bag down," he said.

"Around dinnertime we found one leg, and then another leg. And then we found a head that also laid in a bag, and was weighed down with multiple metal pieces."

Jensen said police would continue to search for her arms.

Madsen's lawyer Bertina Hald Engmark was tightlipped after the discovery.

"I've been informed of the find, but I haven't received any material yet. Our society is governed by rule of law, and the case and any evidence will be judged by a court of law when the time comes, if charges are pressed," she told Swedish news agency TT.

- Link to Japanese tourist? -

Police have previously said they were re-examining the unresolved case of a Japanese tourist whose mutilated body was found in a Copenhagen harbour in 1986, to see if there was any possible link to the Wall case.

Kazuko Toyonaga, a 22-year-old student, was on vacation in Europe when she disappeared. Her legs were found in a plastic bag floating in the waters off Islands Brygge, a harbour in Copenhagen.

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.

At the time of her disappearance, she was believed to be working on a feature story about Madsen, an eccentric, well-known figure in Denmark.

Madsen has successfully launched rockets with the aim of developing private space travel.

His homemade submarine Nautilus, launched in 2008, was the biggest private sub ever made when he built it with help from a group of volunteers.

But the group became engaged in a long-running dispute over the Nautilus, before members of the board decided to transfer the vessel's ownership to Madsen, according to the sub's website.


So goddamn many head puns are coming to mind with this.
>> No. 117469 ID: 3e9aae
Multiple Nordic police agencies are now investigating if he's a serial killer.
>Police in Norway, Denmark and Sweden have said they will test the DNA of submarine inventor and suspected killer Peter Madsen, in relation to numerous unsolved killings in each country.

>Swedish police said they would reopen old murder cases to test against Mr Madsen's DNA, when Sweden and Denmark DNA databases are joined up next month.

>Danish police are also looking at so-called cold cases, including the 1986 find of the dismembered remains of a 22-year-old Japanese tourist whose corpse was found in several plastic bags in Copenhagen harbour.

>Mr Madsen is currently in pre-trial detention, under investigation for the death of Swedish journalist Kim Wall, whose torso, decapitated head, legs and clothes were found in the sea off Copenhagen, after she was last seen alive aboard Madsen's submarine on August 10.

>Investigator Jens Moeller Jensen said that Mr Madsen was no longer willing to talk to police, adding that his lawyer, Betina Hald Engmark, had informed them about his decision.
>> No. 117799 ID: 41441c
They've upgraded the charges to murder and "sexual assault, without intercourse, of a particularly dangerous nature."

According to Danish tabloids he apparently tortured her and repeatedly stabbed her in the vagina while she was still alive, and had prepared ballast for weighing down her limbs beforehand. The police are also apparently planning to destroy the submarine, and both the prosecutors and mental evaluation board (he isn't "criminally insane", apparently) are recommending indefinite detention regardless of whatever sentence he gets for the murder and so on because he is (obviously) a danger to others.
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