Peter Madsen denies lijkschennis Swedish journalist Kim Wall
The Danish inventor Peter Madsen, who is suspected of the murder of the Swedish journalist Kim Wall, denies being guilty of lijkschennis.
The fuselage Wall was this week found on a shore of a Danish island. The body was weighted with metal to the to the bottom to sink. The arms, legs, and the head of the Wall are still missing.
Madsen is since August 12, fixed on a charge of death by negligence. Later, the charge increased to murder. Thursday is the indictment of lijkschennis added.
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The Dane denies also to be guilty of the death of the journalist. He stated earlier that he had dropped off on an island in the harbour of Copenhagen. He Later told Madsen that she was killed during an accident on board his submarine, and that a watery grave had given.
Her cause of death is not yet known.
Wall went on 10 August aboard the submarine of Madsen to a report about the so-called hobby-inventor. It was the last day that Wall is seen.
Madsen will be out in early september appear before the judge.
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