Decapitation videos found on computer of suspect in killing of journalist Kim Wall, prosecutor says

By Susan Hogan, The Washington Post

Nearly six weeks after the headless torso of journalist Kim Wall was found in waters off Copenhagen, authorities said they found video footage of women being tortured and decapitated on a computer hard drive reportedly belonging to the suspect in the case, according to BBC News.

That suspect, prominent Danish inventor Peter Madsen, has changed his story many times since Wall boarded his personal submarine to interview him on Aug. 10. Wall was never seen alive again. Her headless, mutilated torso turned up nearly two weeks later. Authorities said the torso was bound to heavy metal to make it sink. (Full article)

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