Kim Wall Murder: Peter Madsen Changes Story Again; Admits To Dismemberment

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Peter Madsen, the submarine inventor charged with  the murder and dismemberment of Journalist, has again changed his story admitting now, he dismembered the attractive redhead, but only after she had died from carbon monoxide poisoning.

Madsen, the last person to see Ms. Wall alive, has consistently changed his story since August 11 after he intentionally sank his self-constructed submarine somewhere near Copenhagen’s Koge Bay.

He was rescued by a private vessel and was transported to land. Police then detained him regarding his missing passenger. Almost immediately Madsen was considered the only suspect in an apparent murder of Swedish Journalist Kim Wall.  


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In the almost three months since Ms. Wall was murdered aboard the UC3 Nautilus, Madsen has changed his story three times. Initially he indicated he dropped her off not far from their initial rendezvous point; he then indicated she had suffered a head injury when the hatch had fallen on her. Now he has admitted to dismembering the Columbia University educated journalist, after she succumbed to carbon monoxide poisoning.  

An autopsy showed MS. Wall’s torso was stabbed fifteen times, in an effort to keep air from building up which would cause the decapitated and limbless upper body to float. The body part was also tied down with a mental object to guarantee it remained at the bottom of the bay.  

After three weeks Police Divers found a plastic bag filled with Ms. Wall’s severed body parts. They also found her head, clothing and a knife.


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Until today, Madsen has denied any responsibility in dismembering the freelance journalist. Today he admitted to the gruesome post mortem disposal saying he believed he was doing the right thing.

It is difficult to fathom the pioneering inventor believed his actions were appropriate.

According to forensics, the recovered body parts show no indication of the severe head injury from the hatch crushing her skull, and other than the 15 stabs wounds in her torso, stemming from the predicate murder, no matching wounds which corroborate his original details.

However Ms. Wall died she never saw it coming. From what can be surmised from the few serendipitous photos taken of the attractive redhead and the submarine inventor standing atop the tower of the vessel built by the Demark inventor, she giving passersby a heart sign, as the sun set over the sea near Refshaleoen, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Ms. Wall would never be seen alive again.

 

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