Danish police say DNA tests have confirmed that the torso found off the coast of Copenhagen is that of missing journalist Kim Wall. She was last seen alive as she went to report on a submarine built by a Danish inventor - who denies any wrongdoing.
On the opening day of his trial for the murder of the Swedish journalist, Madsen claimed she died when exhaust fumes filled his submarine. He admitted to dismembering her body and disposing of it at sea.
A Danish court has found submarine builder Peter Madsen guilty of murdering Swedish journalist Kim Wall. He was accused of killing and dismembering Wall on his submarine last year.
A witness has said Peter Madsen, who is accused of killing journalist Kim Wall, was obsessed with sex and death. Madsen, however, called himself a "psychopath, but a loving one."
Danish prosecutors have charged inventor Peter Madsen with murdering Swedish reporter Kim Wall while on his submarine and dumping her dismembered body at sea. Prosecutors are pushing for life behind bars.
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