The guy who murdered Swedish journalist Kim Wall has confessed his guilt for the first time in fresh documentary clips.
Danish inventor Peter Madsen has been sentenced to life imprisonment for the killing of Kim Wall within his homemade submarine.
The 30-year-old award-winning reporter had chased the Nautilus boat with Madsen on the night of 10 August 2017.
Wall’s spouse reporting her missing. Her body was afterward discovered dismembered in the sea.
Back in April 2018, Madsen has been convicted of her premeditated murder and sexual attack.
In documentary clips broadcast on Wednesday, Madsen replied”yes” on the telephone, when challenged by a journalist when he’d killed the young girl.
The show, entitled”Secret records with Peter Madsen” relies on over 20 hours of telephone conversations recorded between a journalist and Madsen with no knowledge.
He gave his authorization to their use from the documentary.
“There is but 1 offender and it is me,” said Madsen, “Aside from August 10, 2017,” I haven’t ever done anything to anybody.”
In his trial, he’d confessed to cutting Kim Wall’s dead body and throwing her to the Baltic Sea, but claimed her death was unintentional.
An autopsy report introduced throughout the trial concluded that Wall likely died from suffocation or with her throat slit, but the decomposed condition of her body supposed examiners couldn’t determine the precise cause of death.
The new documentary records don’t shed any light on the precise conditions of Kim Wall’s murder.
Just the very first installment of”Secret records with Peter Madsen” was broadcast up to now.