The captain of the submarine Nautilus said that the dismembered body of journalist Kim Vallee
STOCKHOLM, 30 Okt — news, Lyudmila Bozhko. Known in Denmark, the inventor and owner of the submarine Nautilus Peter Madsen, a suspect in the murder of Swedish journalist Kim Vallee, told police that she died because of carbon monoxide poisoning on Board the submarine and that he dismembered her body.
Madsen after the last renewal was under arrest until the end of October and today it became known that he agreed to extend his arrest until 15 November. He is suspected of indecent treatment of body, intentional or unintentional killing of a Swedish journalist who planned to write an article about the Madsen.
Kim Vallee disappeared after swimming with him he built the submarine Nautilus on August 10 in the evening. First, the inventor claimed that the journalist dropped ashore in the evening on August 10. Later, however, he changed his testimony, saying that the journalist was killed after an accident on Board a submarine. On her head, according to the inventor, dropped a heavy manhole covers weighing 70 kg, when Valle was standing under it. Her body was found after several days of search, it was dismembered, without heads and limbs.
In early October, the Copenhagen police reported that he found other parts of the body — the legs and head of a journalist and that traces of fracture on the skull there. Police continue to search for the hands of the journalist and still finds it difficult to say what exactly led to its demise.