Home-built submarine where journalist Kim Wall last seen searched for hidden compartments - sink attached to wall

by:KEDIBO     2019-07-09
Home-built submarine where journalist Kim Wall last seen searched for hidden compartments  -  sink attached to wall
The home-
The last time a reporter Kim Wall was seen alive the Nautilus submarine was scanned on Tuesday, authorities are looking for any hidden compartments the vessel may contain.
Copenhagen police are still looking for Wall's head and where and how she died, said in a statement, mobile truck scanners, which are usually used to scan containers, are "based on many different inquiries about possible cavities in Submarines", particularly in relation to Nautilus. "The 40-
Nearly 60 feet tons
The long submarine that sank earlier this month is now parked on land in a remote corner of the Copenhagen harbor.
When the police began the search, a friend of the owner and the main suspect Peter Madsen told the Danish BT tabloids that it was almost impossible to hide something on board.
Jens Falkenberg told the news media that he was involved in the construction of the ship and said there was no secret space on board.
"Submarines are not built or ready to be built to hide something or have some secret space," Falkenberg told the tabloids . ".
Police said that in addition to searching the submarine, Swedish colleagues and specially trained dogs were looking for bodies off the coast of Copenhagen, looking for clothes and more missing body parts from the wall.
Police say the search is expected to last two days.
In August, the naked headless body of wall was found.
On the beach in Copenhagen, 10 days after she was last seen entering the submarine in Madson.
Earlier, Wall's head, arms and legs were deliberately cut off, and a piece of metal was attached to the torso, "most likely to have it sink," police said ".
Police also said traces on the torso indicated that someone was trying to squeeze the air out of the body so it wouldn't float.
On Monday, a plane searched the coast for the journalist's clothes, including an orange high-collar shirt and a black one. and-
Police said there was no result in a white dress and a white sneakers.
The 46-year-old Madson is held in 30-year-
In the face of preliminary manslaughter and indecent treatment of the corpse charges.
He denied wrongdoing, saying Wall died in an accident and buried her at sea.
The inventor was detained after being rescued in August.
Police believe the submarine was sunk on purpose.
Danish prosecutor Jacob Butch last week
Jason told B. T.
The tabloids report that police expect Madson to file preliminary charges of murder and indecent handling of his body when he attends a detention hearing.
5. about his pre-
The Associated Press contributed to the report.
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