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Danish investigators have announced that divers discovered bags containing the top, arms, legs, and clothing of reporter Kim Wall. She disappeared in August whereas aboard the crowdfunded submarine UC3 Nautilus with Peter “Rocket” Madsen, the sub’s dressmaker. The bags had been discovered not removed from the place Wall’s dismembered torso washed ashore 10 days after the Nautilus was intentionally sunk by Madsen close Copenhagen on August 11.
An examination of Wall’s head discovered “no signal of fracture,” based on a statement by Copenhagen police inspector Jens Moller Jensen, or “any signal of other blunt violence to the cranium”. that might appear to contradict Madsen’s contention that Wall died when he by chance dropped a hatch on her head as she turned into climbing out of the sub after a dive.
The baggage were laden with “vehicle pipes,” Inspector Jensen informed journalists. They also contained a knife. An prior post-mortem of Wall’s torso showed that she had been stabbed within the ribcage and genitals.
On October 3, prosecutor Jakob Buch-Jepsen told a decide in a court hearing on the case that video clips showing the torture and beheading of girls had been discovered on a hard power at RML Spacelab, Madsen’s sub-orbital space and engineering mission. Madsen talked about that the video data had been now not his and that others working on the lab had entry to the computer.