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    Swedish journalist found "beheaded"

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    Post by Rocky Fri 25 Aug 2017, 2:43 am

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    Danish police found a body decapitated and limbs in Danish waters and said the body of Swedish journalist Kim Wall.

    She disappeared on August 10 after she went on an interview on a hand-made submarine with her inventor. Police arrested the inventor of the submarine Peter Madsen, who said the journalist died of an accident and threw her body into the water.

    Danish police confirmed on Wednesday that the body found without head and limbs in Danish waters belonged to a Swedish journalist who disappeared while aboard a hand-held submarine to interview her inventor.

    "The DNA of the found part matches Kim Wall's DNA," the police said on its Twitter page, adding that other information would be revealed at a subsequent news conference.

    The autopsy found that the head, legs and hands were intentionally cut off.

    The 30-year-old journalist, Kim Woll, stepped up on the evening of August 10 aboard the Nautilus submarine with its inventor Peter Madsen for an investigation.

    Her life partner reported her disappearance on August 11, after she was worried she would not return. On the same day, the Danish authorities recovered Peter Madsen from the water in Orsund between the coasts of Denmark and Sweden before the sinking of his submarine, which investigators think he ignited.

    Peter Madsen said in a first step that he landed on an island near Copenhagen on the evening of August 10, but declined to comment during his arrest pending investigation, explaining that Kim Wal died of an accident and threw her body in the Gulf of Koog.

    This novel has not convinced investigators who still accuse him of manslaughter because of negligence.

    Kim Wall is an independent journalist who has collaborated with The Guardian and the New York Times.


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