Danish police find severed head in Kim Wall submarine case

Jerome Frank
October 8, 2017

Almost two months after the death of Kim Wall, the Danish police announced that it had made a new discovery macabre.

Madsen, who denies murdering Wall and another charge of mutilating her body, appeared in court via video link dressed in a green boilersuit.

Danish police have located the dismembered head of Kim Wall, the Swedish journalist who died in mysterious circumstances onboard a homemade submarine.

On Aug. 23, a headless female torso attached to a piece of metal to make it sink, washed ashore in Copenhagen. The events that transpired while the two were underwater are still unknown but Wall never returned to shore.

Madsen is blamed for murdering Wall.

Investigators believe Madsen killed Wall between August 10 and 11, cut up her body and attached a belt with a pipe to the torso so it would sink. He has been detained for a further four weeks while the body parts are investigated to try and establish a cause of death.

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For the prosecution, it is no doubt that the inventor has killed Kim Wall to fulfill a sexual fantasy before killing her and dismembering.

The Kim Wall Memorial Fund has been established by her family and friends to honour her spirit and legacy.

Madsen however insisted the hard drive did not belong to him. He then changed his story and said that she died in an accident, hitting his head on the door, and he was "buried at sea".

Madsen remains in police custody as the investigation continues.

Madsen created the UC3 Nautilus with private funding and launched it in May 2008.

She reported on gender, popular culture, identity and foreign policy from China, Sri Lanka, Uganda, Haiti, North Korea, India and the Marshall Islands and was published by Harper's Magazine, New York Times, Foreign Policy, Atlantic, TIME, Slate, Vice and Guardian.

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