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No hidden compartments in submarine

No hidden compartments in submarine

30-08-2017 12:00:00


As part the investigation of the Swedish journalist Kim Wall's death, the police have scanned Peter Madsen's submarine for possible secret compartments. However, according to TV 2, the police found none. Police reported the scan on Tuesday.

"There were compartments where we expected them," says the police chief of Copenhagen Police, Jens Møller to TV2.
But not "secret compartments". The police stated in a press release Tuesday that they wanted to investigate Peter Madsen's submarine for secret compartments and borrowed a truck scanner from customs networks for the purpose, but did not find anything.

The police have previously found blood from the late Swedish journalist aboard the submarine, but are still looking for body parts and clothes from Kim Wall. The police have found no weapons either.
Peter Madsen was detained at the constitutional hearing on August 12 on suspicion of negligent manslaughter under particularly aggravating circumstances.

In addition to a manslaughter sentence, Peter Madsen will also be charged for indecent dealings with the body of Kim Will at the next hearing on Tuesday next week.
He denies both charges.

Source: The editors of Maritime Denmark


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