Duikbooteigenaar explains that missing Swedish journalist is killed
The Danish duikbooteigenaar Peter Madsen has against the police in Copenhagen declared that the missing Swedish journalist Kim Wall in his submarine is killed.
Madsen has admitted that he is the body of the 30-year-old Swedish woman, who for her loss, for the last time his boat was seen, in an unknown location in the sea has left behind. That has the police on Monday brought out.
The man told after his arrest that he and the journalist had dropped off on an island in the Copenhagen harbor, and refused after some time cooperation. The public prosecutor accuses Madsen of death by gross negligence. This is a term of imprisonment of up to eight years.
The Swedish police are going Monday with helicopters and boats looking for Wall. The large-scale search operation in the waters between Denmark and Sweden has so far yielded nothing.
The eighteen-meter-long boat UC3 Nautilus sank one and a half week ago due to a problem with a ballast tank. Madsen was saved, but on the Wall there was no trace. The police think that the man of the craft structure to the seabed.