Saturday, 7 October 2017

Decapitated head of journalist Kim Wall found



The decapitated head, legs and missing clothes of Swedish journalist Kim Wall have been found, say Danish police.
 
 
Ms Wall went missing in suspicious circumstances after interviewing Danish inventor Peter Madsen on his 60ft homemade submarine on 10 August.
 
 
Her naked, mutilated body was subsequently discovered in waters south of Copenhagen, missing its head, arms and legs.


The latest discovery came in nearby waters on Friday, with the body parts found in plastic bags alongside a knife.


They were weighed down with "heavy metal pieces" to make them sink.


Danish police said there were no fractures in Ms Wall's cranium.


The decapitated head, legs and missing clothes of Swedish journalist Kim Wall have been found, say Danish police.
 
 
Ms Wall went missing in suspicious circumstances after interviewing Danish inventor Peter Madsen on his 60ft homemade submarine on 10 August.
 
 
Her naked, mutilated body was subsequently discovered in waters south of Copenhagen, missing its head, arms and legs.


The latest discovery came in nearby waters on Friday, with the body parts found in plastic bags alongside a knife.


They were weighed down with "heavy metal pieces" to make them sink.


Danish police said there were no fractures in Ms Wall's cranium.




SKY     News.