Kim Wall

4.25.18

Inventor Sentenced to Life for Murder of Journalist Kim Wall on Submarine

A Danish court found Peter Madsen guilty of "premeditated killing" on Wednesday.

1.16.18

Inventor Charged with Killing Journalist Kim Wall Aboard Submarine

Peter Madsen, 47, could face life in prison.

10.30.17

Inventor Admits to Dismembering, Not Killing, Journalist Kim Wall on Submarine

Danish inventor Peter Madsen, who still claims he didn't kill Wall, is now saying the journalist died from carbon monoxide poisoning.

10.13.17

The Kim Wall Memorial Fund Wants to Give a Voice to Future Journalists Like Her

Following the Swedish journalist's tragic death, the fund will empower people to tell stories that shake up cliches and stereotypes.

8.24.17

Remember Journalist Kim Wall for Her Outstanding Work and Big Heart

Swedish journalist Kim Wall was uniquely skilled at telling stories with sensitivity and compassion. In the aftermath of her tragic death, we should do her the same honor.

8.23.17

Missing Journalist's Body Identified After Bizarre Submarine Incident

Danish police have found part of Kim Wall's body near Copenhagen's coast after a local inventor admitted she died onboard his homemade vessel and that he "buried her at sea."

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5.17.16

Meet the Stars Behind the May Issue of VICE Magazine

May's employees of the month include an Emmy nominee, a Fulbright scholar, and one of the 100 most influential people in Brooklyn.