copenhagen - The found foul of the killed Swedish journalist Kim Wall is plunged with a piece of metal, with the intention of sinking it. This has been announced by the Danish police on Wednesday during a press conference on the matter. Research has also shown that there has been an attempt to push as much air as possible out of the hull.
The physical surplus of the Swedish was found Monday without arms, legs and head on a shore of Amager Island in the Sont. The correspondent was last seen on August 10, when she boarded the submarine of Danish inventor Peter Madsen. He told her that she was killed by an accident in the submarine and that he gave her a seaman's grave. Earlier, Madsen said the Swedish had already deposited on an island in Copenhagen harbor.
Madsen is stunned by accusation of death by serious negligence, but the charge will probably be tightened.