Swedish journalist Kim Wall’s head, legs found by divers


Police in Denmark said Saturday that divers have found the head, legs and clothes of Swedish journalist Kim Wall, who was killed subsequent to boarding a designer’s submarine.

The body parts and apparel were found Friday in plastic bags with a blade and “substantial metal pieces” to influence them to sink close where the 30-year-old Wall’s bare headless torso was found in August, Copenhagen police investigator Jens Moeller Jensen said.

The discovery was made in Koge Bay by members of the Danish naval force, Reuters detailed.

“Last night our forensic dentist affirmed that it was Kim Wall,” Moeller Jensen said, as indicated by the BBC.

Moeller Jensen said there were no fractures to Wall’s skull and he declined to remark on the discovery of the blade.

Subside Madsen, the 46-year-old Danish creator who is in pre-trial confinement on preparatory manslaughter charges, has said Wall passed on subsequent to being incidentally hit by a 155-pound bring forth on the UC3 Nautillus submarine, after which he “covered” her at sea.

Yet, police have said 15 stab wounds were found on the torso found at sea off Copenhagen on Aug. 21. Her arms were still missing.

Wall’s cause of death hasn’t yet been established yet.

The detainment of Madsen, who has denied manslaughter, expires Oct. 31 when a court will choose on the off chance that he will keep on remaining in custody in front of a possible trial. He is also hung on preparatory charges of the disgusting treatment of a corpse.

Police have said the submarine just sailed in Danish waters Aug. 10-11.

Amid their investigation, police have found videos on Madsen’s personal PC of ladies being tormented, beheaded and killed.