Forensic investigators are testing whether a saw recovered from the sea off Copenhagen was used to dismember the body of Swedish journalist Kim Wall. Divers found the saw Wednesday on the same route sailed by inventor Peter Madsen’s home-made UC3 Nautilus submarine, which Wall was last seen on before she vanished on Aug. 10, The...
Divers have recovered a saw that may have been used to dismember Swedish journalist Kim Wall, whose body parts were found after she interviewed an inventor aboard his homemade submarine, Danish police said Thursday. The saw was found on Wednesday in Koge Bay, south of Copenhagen, police said. Show More Summary
Danish police say saw was recovered off Copenhagen week after some of Kim Wall's remains found at sea
At a memorial service at Columbia University, family and friends read from Ms. Wall’s work and urged others to continue the work she had loved.
The head and legs of Kim Wall have been recovered, two months after the freelance journalist and recent Columbia University graduate went missing while on board an eccentric inventor's submarine, Danish police confirmed Friday. [ more › ]
Danish police investigating the murder of the Swedish journalist Kim Wall have found her severed head and legs in a bag in Koge Bay, just south of Copenhagen, authorities said Saturday. The freelance journalist went missing on Aug. 10 when she went to interview the inventor Peter Madsen in his...
Photo. AP Divers with Danish police have located "the decapitated head, legs and clothes" of Kim Wall, the Swedish journalist who disappeared during a ride on Copenhagen Suborbitals co-founder Peter Madsen's DIY UC3 Nautilus submarine, the Associated Press reported. More »
Police divers in Denmark have found the severed head and legs of Kim Wall, the Swedish journalist who died on board the home-built submarine of Danish artist-inventor Peter Madsen. Jens Møller Jensen, the chief investigator in the case,...Show More Summary
Autopsy shows no sign of skull fracture, throwing doubt on Madsen's dropped hatch claim.
Police are still seeking to determine a cause of death after the 30-year-old's torso washed ashore this summer. Danish inventor Peter Madsen has been charged in her death.
Kim Wall last seen with inventor of sub who is charged in her death.
Danish police said Saturday divers had found the decapitated head and two legs of Swedish journalist Kim Wall, who vanished in August while interviewing a Danish inventor aboard his homemade submarine. Copenhagen police inspector Jens Moller Jensen told reporters divers had found bags containing...
Danish divers made a grisly discovery Friday: They found the head and legs of journalist Kim Wall in a bay near Copenhagen, reports Reuters. What's more, the discovery appears to further undermine the unraveling story of inventor Peter Madsen, who has been accused of killing her. Divers in Koge Bay...
The body parts were discovered Friday after the award-winning journalist went missing in August.
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Danish police said on Saturday divers had found the head and the legs of Swedish journalist Kim Wall, who died in mysterious circumstances on an inventor's homemade submarine.
The Swedish journalist’s severed head and legs were among the remains recovered. The inventor Peter Madsen has been charged in her killing.
The case of a Swedish journalist—allegedly murdered by a prominent inventor inside his homemade submarine—is an extraordinary one, but with implications for everyday reporting.
Prosecutors also said the body of reporter Kim Wall, who died aboard Peter Madsen's submarine and washed ashore later, was riddled with stab wounds. The bizarre case has captivated Denmark for weeks.