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>> Danish police say they found the head and legs of Journalist Kim Wall who died in mysterious circumstances on an inventor's homemade submarine. The freelance reporter was last seen alive on the 10th of August when she went to interview Peter Madsen who's been charged with her murder. The Danish inventor was arrested after his submarine sank, and he was rescued.
A police prosecutor said earlier this week that images presumed to be real. Of women being strangled and decapitated were found a hard drive on one of Madsen's computers in a laboratory he ran. Madsen says the computer was not his but used by everyone in laboratory. Kimmel's torso washed ashore in Copenhagen at the end of August.
Police say it was weighed down with metal and mutilated in a way to keep it on the seafloor, the cause of her death is yet to be established. Madsen initially told authorities he dropped her off on shore before his submarine sank but quickly changed his story a day later.
He says she died in an accident when she was hit by a heavy hatch cover on board his submarine. Madsen claims that he buried her at sea, on Saturday, a police spokesperson said there were no fractures to Wall's skull. The new body parts were found by Navy divers in a bag weighed down by bits of metal, on Friday, a knife and some of Wall's clothes were also uncovered.
The Danish inventor has been charged with her murder and faces a prison sentence of five years to life if convicted.