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Ingrid Wall, the mother of murdered Swedish journalist Kim Wall, poses with a diploma that all participants of the 'Run for Kim' charity run will receive in Trelleborg, Sweden, August 10, 2018. - Over 570 people have signed up to run a memorial charity run to commemorate the murdered Swedish journalist Kim Wall. The participants will run or walk either 5, 10 or 21 km near Kim Wall's childhood home at Trelleborg's coastal strip. Similar races are organized in several other cities throughout the world. Kim Wall was murdered in August 2017 by Danish inventor Peter Madsen whom she was interviewing for a story. (Photo by Johan NILSSON / TT NEWS AGENCY / AFP) / Sweden OUT

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Participants of the 'Run for Kim' charity run in memorial of murdered Swedish journalist Kim Wall walk past a heart-shaped makeshift memorial on August 10, 2018 in Trelleborg, Sweden. - Over 570 people have signed up to run a memorial charity run to commemorate the murdered Swedish journalist Kim Wall. The participants will run or walk either 5, 10 or 21 km near Kim Wall's childhood home at Trelleborg's coastal strip. Similar races are organized in several other cities throughout the world. Kim Wall was murdered in August 2017 by Danish inventor Peter Madsen whom she was interviewing for a story. (Photo by Johan NILSSON / TT News Agency / AFP) / Sweden OUT

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Participants of the 'Run for Kim' charity run in memorial of murdered Swedish journalist Kim Wall walk past a heart-shaped makeshift memorial on August 10, 2018 in Trelleborg, Sweden. - Over 570 people have signed up to run a memorial charity run to commemorate the murdered Swedish journalist Kim Wall. The participants will run or walk either 5, 10 or 21 km near Kim Wall's childhood home at Trelleborg's coastal strip. Similar races are organized in several other cities throughout the world. Kim Wall was murdered in August 2017 by Danish inventor Peter Madsen whom she was interviewing for a story. (Photo by Johan NILSSON / TT News Agency / AFP) / Sweden OUT

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Participants of the 'Run for Kim' charity run in memorial of murdered Swedish journalist Kim Wall walk past a heart-shaped makeshift memorial on August 10, 2018 in Trelleborg, Sweden. - Over 570 people have signed up to run a memorial charity run to commemorate the murdered Swedish journalist Kim Wall. The participants will run or walk either 5, 10 or 21 km near Kim Wall's childhood home at Trelleborg's coastal strip. Similar races are organized in several other cities throughout the world. Kim Wall was murdered in August 2017 by Danish inventor Peter Madsen whom she was interviewing for a story. (Photo by Johan NILSSON / TT News Agency / AFP) / Sweden OUT

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Participants of the 'Run for Kim' charity run in memorial of murdered Swedish journalist Kim Wall stand next to a heart-shaped makeshift memorial on August 10, 2018 in Trelleborg, Sweden. - Over 570 people have signed up to run a memorial charity run to commemorate the murdered Swedish journalist Kim Wall. The participants will run or walk either 5, 10 or 21 km near Kim Wall's childhood home at Trelleborg's coastal strip. Similar races are organized in several other cities throughout the world. Kim Wall was murdered in August 2017 by Danish inventor Peter Madsen whom she was interviewing for a story. (Photo by Johan NILSSON / TT News Agency / AFP) / Sweden OUT

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People take part in the 'Run for Kim' charity run in memorial of murdered Swedish journalist Kim Wall on August 10, 2018 in Trelleborg, Sweden. - Over 570 people have signed up to run a memorial charity run to commemorate the murdered Swedish journalist Kim Wall. The participants will run or walk either 5, 10 or 21 km near Kim Wall's childhood home at Trelleborg's coastal strip. Similar races are organized in several other cities throughout the world. Kim Wall was murdered in August 2017 by Danish inventor Peter Madsen whom she was interviewing for a story. (Photo by Johan NILSSON / TT News Agency / AFP) / Sweden OUT

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Participants take part in the 'Run for Kim' event, in Trelleborg, Sweden, Friday, Aug. 10, 2018. Over 500 people signed up to run a memorial charity run to commemorate the murdered Swedish journalist Kim Wall. The participants will run or walk either 5, 10 or 21 km near Kim Wall's childhood home on Trelleborg's coastal strip. Danish inventor Peter Madsen was sentenced to life in prison for torturing and murdering Swedish journalist Kim Wall on his private submarine in August last year. (Johan Nilsson/TT News Agency via AP)

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(FILES) This file photo taken on April 25, 2018 shows the homemade submarine UC3 Nautilus as it is covered with green tarpaulin in Nordhavn, a harbour area in Copenhagen, Denmark. - Peter Madsen, who was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of Swedish journalist Kim Wall aboard his home-made submarine, admitted to the crime for the first time in a documentary broadcast Wednesday, September 9, 2020. (Photo by Mads Claus Rasmussen / Scanpix Denmark / AFP) / - Denmark OUT

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(FILES) This file photo taken on April 25, 2018 shows the homemade submarine UC3 Nautilus as it is covered with green tarpaulin in Nordhavn, a harbour area in Copenhagen, Denmark. - Peter Madsen, who was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of Swedish journalist Kim Wall aboard his home-made submarine, admitted to the crime for the first time in a documentary broadcast Wednesday, September 9, 2020. (Photo by Mads Claus Rasmussen / Scanpix Denmark / AFP) / - Denmark OUT

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(FILES) This file photo taken on April 25, 2018 of a court drawing by Anne Gyrite Schutt made available by Danish news agency Ritzau SCANPIX shows accused Peter Madsen (R) during his trial at the courthouse in Copenhagen, where his verdict was spoken in Copenhagen on April 25, 2018. - Peter Madsen, who was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of Swedish journalist Kim Wall aboard his home-made submarine, admitted to the crime for the first time in a documentary broadcast Wednesday, September 9, 2020. (Photo by Anne Gyrite SCHUETT / Scanpix Denmark / AFP) / - Denmark OUT

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(FILES) This file photo taken on August 23, 2017 shows members of The Danish Emergency Management Agency (DEMA) assisting police at Kalvebod Faelled in Copenhagen in search of missing bodyparts of journalist Kim Wall, close to the site where her torso was found. - Peter Madsen, who was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of Swedish journalist Kim Wall aboard his home-made submarine, admitted to the crime for the first time in a documentary broadcast Wednesday, September 9, 2020. (Photo by Martin Sylvest / Scanpix Denmark / AFP) / Denmark OUT

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Peter Madsen (R), builder and captain of the private submarine "UC3 Nautilus" talks to a police officer in Dragoer Harbor south of Copenhagen on Friday, August 11, 2017, following a major rescue operation after the submarine sank in the sea outside Copenhagen Harbor. A swedish woman supposed to be on board the submarine is still missing. / AFP PHOTO / Scanpix Denmark / Bax Lindhardt / Denmark OUT

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(FILES) This file photo taken on August 11, 2017 shows Peter Madsen, builder and captain of the private submarine "UC3 Nautilus" in Dragoer Harbor south of Copenhagen following a major rescue operation after the submarine sank in the sea outside Copenhagen Harbor. According to the Danish police, Peter Madsen admits on October 30, 2017 dismembering the Swedish journalist Kim Wall, who vanished after interviewing Madsen aboard his homemade submarine. / AFP PHOTO / Scanpix Denmark / Bax Lindhardt / Denmark OUT

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(FILES) This file photo taken on August 10, 2017 shows allegedly Swedish journalist Kim Wall standing in the tower of the private submarine "UC3 Nautilus" in Copenhagen Harbor. - Peter Madsen, who was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of Swedish journalist Kim Wall aboard his home-made submarine, admitted to the crime for the first time in a documentary broadcast Wednesday, September 9, 2020. (Photo by Anders Valdsted / Scanpix Denmark / AFP) / ALTERNATIVE CROP

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Peter Madsen was a well known figure in Denmark before this case mostly under his nick name Raket-Madsen (Rocket-Madsen) for his endeavors in building and launching rockets and smaller U-boats. We have compiled all the old image material we have of Peter Madsen from his various projects as well as from when he first presented the UC3 Nautilus, the world's largest private U-boat. This package contains images as old as 1999 up until earlier this year. For photo credit please consult the individual images.

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Peter Madsen was a well known figure in Denmark before this case mostly under his nick name Raket-Madsen (Rocket-Madsen) for his endeavors in building and launching rockets and smaller U-boats. We have compiled all the old image material we have of Peter Madsen from his various projects as well as from when he first presented the UC3 Nautilus, the world's largest private U-boat. This package contains images as old as 1999 up until earlier this year. For photo credit please consult the individual images.

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Peter Madsen was a well known figure in Denmark before this case mostly under his nick name Raket-Madsen (Rocket-Madsen) for his endeavors in building and launching rockets and smaller U-boats. We have compiled all the old image material we have of Peter Madsen from his various projects as well as from when he first presented the UC3 Nautilus, the world's largest private U-boat. This package contains images as old as 1999 up until earlier this year. For photo credit please consult the individual images.

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Inventor and creator of the world's largest private U-boat, Peter Madsen, accepts the prosecutors demand of a mental examination. The examination is pertaining to the charges against him for manslaughter and indecent handling of a dead body following the death of Swedish journalist Kim Wall on Madsen's U-boat the UC3 Nautilus in August. The statement comes from special prosecutor Jakob Buch-Jepsen who is pleased that it will no longer be necessary to force admit Madsen for the examination. Madsen first refused the examination but has now changed his mind which means he will be able to stay in prison and be transported to and from the examination and not have to be committed to a mental institution for the duration. The examination will consist of among other things talks with psychologists, doctors and social workers.

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Peter Madsen was a well known figure in Denmark before this case mostly under his nick name Raket-Madsen (Rocket-Madsen) for his endeavors in building and launching rockets and smaller U-boats. We have compiled all the old image material we have of Peter Madsen from his various projects as well as from when he first presented the UC3 Nautilus, the world's largest private U-boat. This package contains images as old as 1999 up until earlier this year. For photo credit please consult the individual images.