Danish police found the body of a woman, presumably belonging to the missing Swedish journalist Kim Vallee. It is reported by Swedish TV channel SVT Nyheter.
The police said that the body found in the Strait of Oresund that separates Sweden and Denmark, not far from the area where they were looking reporter. While law enforcement emphasized that it is too early to claim that the body was discovered with signs of a long stay in the water belongs to Valle. Appointed forensic medical examination, the search for the journalist continues.
The story came to the attention of the media on 11 August. The day before the Swede went on Board built by the Danish inventor Peter Madsen submarine “Nautilus” in Copenhagen, but home and never returned. The submarine the next day was found sunken near the town of køge. The inventor was saved, but Valle did not find.
Madsen said that the vessel had problems with the system of immersion and emersion, and said that he had dropped off the passenger in the evening in Copenhagen, three hours after the start of the walk, but no one saw her. 12 Aug inventor arrested on charges of manslaughter for the period until 5 September. He not pleaded guilty and expressed willingness to assist the investigation all possible assistance. While in the brought to the surface the submarine’s body was found.
Later, during the court session on August 21, Madsen acknowledged the death of the journalist, explaining that Valle was killed in the accident, which occurred while walking on his submarine. He added that he “buried it” in the Bay of køge. What exactly happened on the submarine was not reported.
Madsen is co — founder of the nonprofit organization Copenhagen Suborbitals, which is developing and launching space rockets made by Amateurs.