Inventor Peter Madsen has admitted to dismembering the corpse of journalist Kim Wall, but has denied murdering her aboard his home made submarine.
Submarine owner Peter Madsen who is suspected of murdering Kim Wall, has until now denied mutilating her body and has now according to police presented a third version of how the journalist died.
Copenhagen police say divers found bags containing Kim Wall's missing clothes, her head and legs in Koge Bay. Her headless torso was found floating in waters off Copenhagen on August 21.
Videos of women being decapitated alive found on hard drive of a maverick Danish inventor accused of murdering a Swedish journalist.
Peter Madsen said he was holding a hatch when he slipped and let go of a hatch struck journalist Kim Wall, killing her. He denied intentionally killing her or mutilating her.
Peter Madsen has been accused of murdering journalist Kim Wall and disposing of her body when she accompanied him on his submarine earlier this month.
The headless torso of a woman found floating at sea is that of a Swedish journalist who authorities believe died aboard a Danish inventor's home-made submarine.
Peter Madsen, the owner of a home-built submarine told investigators that a missing Swedish female journalist died onboard in an accident and he buried her at sea.
Police say they are preparing to search a sunken submarine, owned by Danish inventor Peter Madsen, who has been charged with the inadvertent manslaughter of a journalist.
In the public spotlight for building his own submarine, Peter Madsen has drawn the attention of police over the disappearance of his only passenger - a journalist. And to top it, his submarine sank.
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