Danish police find missing body parts of Swedish journalist Kim Wall

Kim was last seen on Danish inventor Peter Madsen's submarine on August 10.
 
  
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Police were all the while attempting to decide Wall's reason for death, Moeller Jensen stated, including that agents were centering her neck and throat zone.

Kim Wall was last seen alive on August 10th as she went to interview Peter Madsen on his home-made submarine which was moored near Copenhagen. He has been charged with her killing, which he denies.

Wall, was writing a profile on Madsen when she was last seen boarding Madsen's submarine on August 10.

He has said that the journalist died in an accident when she hit her head on a hatch in the submarine.

He has insisted her body was intact at the time.

Later, Madsen said that the journalist died from a blow on the hatch on a submarine.

Wall's cause of death hasn't yet been established yet.

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During their investigation, police have found videos on Madsen's personal computer of women being tortured, decapitated and murdered.

"This hard drive doesn't belong to me", Madsen insisted, saying that numerous people had access to his workshop.

Jensen said the divers on Friday found the clothes and body parts in bags weighed down with metal pieces.

Madsen was later captured and held in guardianship on doubt of murdering Wall.

Madsen, 46, who denies manslaughter, is in pre-trial detention until October 31 when a court will decide if he will remain in custody ahead of a possible trial.

Ms Wall, who had worked for the New York Times, The Guardian, South China Morning Post and Vice Magazine, boarded the submarine on the evening of August 10, reportedly as part of an assignment. Madsen was rescued from the sinking vessel and brought ashore, where he was picked up by police, but there was no trace of the missing journalist.

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