Peter Madsen (right), builder and captain of the private submarine UC3 Nautilus, talks to a police officer in Dragoer Harbour south of Copenhagen on August 11, 2017, after the vessel sank in waters nearby. Reporter Kim Wall was with Madsen on the sub’s final journey, but she was never seen alive again – Madsen admits chopping her body into pieces and dumping the remains at sea, although he denies murdering her. Photo: Agence France-Presse

Depths of depravity: inside the mind of submarine maker Peter Madsen, accused of killing reporter Kim Wall

Madsen, who goes on trial this week, admits dismembering his alleged victim and dumping her body parts at sea

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Peter Madsen (right), builder and captain of the private submarine UC3 Nautilus, talks to a police officer in Dragoer Harbour south of Copenhagen on August 11, 2017, after the vessel sank in waters nearby. Reporter Kim Wall was with Madsen on the sub’s final journey, but she was never seen alive again – Madsen admits chopping her body into pieces and dumping the remains at sea, although he denies murdering her. Photo: Agence France-Presse
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