copenhagen - The Danish diverter Peter Madsen declared on Tuesday that the Swedish journalist Kim Wall abducted his submarine when she got a heavy hatch of the boat on her head. The murder suspect Peter Madsen said during a hearing against the court in Copenhagen that he opened a hatch but that it turned out to be too heavy and that it clenched on top of her.
Inventor Madsen was arrested on August 12 and is accused of murder of the thirty-year-old Swedish. He is also accused of similar knowledge. The prosecutor claims that he cut the material remains into pieces and threw them into the sea to conceal the cause of death and her death.
Body parts were found in a bay in Copenhagen on 21 August. Wall's head is still trackless. The journalist was declared missing on August 11 when she did not recover from an interview with Madsen. Madsen speaks of an accident, but acknowledges that he has committed common knowledge.