The last person who saw 30-year-old Swedish-awarded journalist Kim Wall, inventor Madsen, is charged with accusation of killing journalist.
Refusing to blame, Madsen said that hard drive does not belong to him, that everyone working in his lab has access to this disk.
- The prosecution's prosecutor, Jakob Buch-Jepsen, said that Madsen's suspicions of murder of Wall have been strengned since latest trial on September 5th.
Buch-Jepsen explained that images found on hard drive that belonged to Madsen were seen as being tortured, beheaded, killed and burned.
He added that videos were not fiction, but as "real images," prosecutor said.