In Denmark, police divers yesterday, October 11, found at the bottom near the route of the submarine Nautilus saw. The captain of the submarine is suspected in the murder and dismemberment of the Swedish journalist Kim Vallee. It is reported by Scandinavian resource The Local.

Forensic scientists find out whether it is a tool with a resonant crime at sea.

Earlier in the week, Madsen through his lawyer stated that it no longer intends to answer the questions of the investigation.

The proposed location of the crime:

11 August 2017, the submarine sank due to problems with the ballast tank. Captain Peter Madsen saved, and journalist Kim Vallee, who was with him on Board, went missing. Headless and without limbs, her torso was found in the sea near Copenhagen 11 days later. The captain denies the murder and dismemberment of the body. According to him, he was holding the hatch, but she slipped and hit Valle in the head, killing the journalist. Madsen said that “they buried her at sea tradition”.

4 October it became known that the computer Madsen found videos torture and beheading of women. On October 6 in køge Bay were found the head, legs and clothing of Valle. Examination found no damage to her skull.

Material Nightmare in the Baltic sea: what we know about the death of Kim Vallee

The murder of a journalist in Denmark: on the route of the submarine found a saw 12.10.2017

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