Six weeks after the headless torso of journalist Kim Wall was discovered, not long after she went on a submarine to interview Danish inventor Peter Madsen, police found video of women being tortured and decapitated on a computer hard drive belonging to Madsen, according to BBC News. Wall’s body was found in waters near Copenhagen, bounded by heavy metal, two weeks after she boarded Madsen’s personal submarine.
In a Tuesday court hearing on Tuesday, prosecutor Jakob Buch-Jepsen said police found video in Madsen’s laboratory of women being strangled, decapitated and burned, Reuters reported. Buch-Jepsen said the prosecution believes the videos are real. He added that an autopsy revealed knife wounds to Wall’s genitals and rib cage, which were caused “around or shortly after her death,” BBC News reported. However, a cause of death has not yet been established.
“They are the space laboratory’s tools which have been used by everyone