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Inventor Peter Madsen ‘thought About Brad Pitt Horror Film Se7en While Cutting Off Journalist Kim Wall’s Head’




AN ECCENTRIC Danish inventor accused of murdering a Swedish jouranlist on his home-made submarine thought about Brad Pitt horror flick Se7en as sawed off her head, a court heard.

Peter Madsen, 47, claims Kim Wall, 30, died after inhaling toxic fumes on board his 50ft warship.

Enterprise News and Pictures Danish inventor Madsen has denied murder but admits dismembering journalist Kim Wall’s body

Cops in Denmark charged him with murder after he admitted dismembering her body and dumping it at sea.

He told a court in Copenhagen that he thought of 1995 hit Se7en as he cut off Wall’s head – adding that he didn’t think there was anything “unusual” about that.

The thriller includes a scene where Brad Pitt’s character opens a box containing the severed head of his wife.

He said: “I don’t think that there’s anything unnatural in that remark.

Instagram She was writing about the eccentric inventor when she joined him on the homemade warship

Alamy Madsen told a court how he thought of Brad Pitt horror flick as he sawed off Wall’s head

“In that film, there is a scene where a person’s head is cut off.”

Madsen initially said he’d dropped Ms Wall off at 10.30pm at the Halvandet restaurant close to where they had set off, near the Copenhagen submarine dock.

But in court he maintained that Wall had died from carbon monoxide poisoning after they met on the submarine at around 7pm on Thursday, August 10.

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How Is Michael Schumacher Doing, When Was His Skiing Accident, What’s His Net Worth And Who Is His Wife Corinna Betsch?




MICHAEL Schumacher suffered a horrific brain injury while skiing in 2013 – stunning the world.

Since then, very little about the Formula One driver’s recovery has been revealed. Here’s what we know.

EPA FILE The seven-time world champion was placed in a medically-induced coma following his crash in 2013

When was the Mirabel skiing accident?

The seven-time world champion was placed in a medically-induced coma following a skiing accident in 2013.

Schumacher hits head on a rock while skiing in the exclusive French Alps resort of Mirabel, suffering a traumatic brain injury.

The sporting icon reportedly receives £115k-a-week care at a special medical facility at his Lake Geneva home.

But exact details about Schumacher’s condition have not been made public.

His manager Sabine Kehm responded to Motorsport Magazine’s request for a comment on the latest story.

She said: “Michael’s health is not a public issue, and therefore we will not comment on it.”

AP:Associated Press On December 29, 2013, Schumacher hit his head on a rock while skiing in the French Alps

How is Michael Schumacher doing?

 In September 2017, reports in Sweden suggested the F1 great could be flown to the US for state-of-the-art medical treatment.

Now the 48-year-old might be flown from his home in Switzerland to a brain trauma centre in Texas in the US after his wife Corinna “decided to try new care”, according to Swedish newspaper Expressen and German magazine Bravo.

A brain injury specialist named Dr Mark Meeks is claimed to be a “new hope” for the driving legend.

Expressen quotes Meeks as stating: “We have extensive experience with trauma patients.

“There is probably no clinic in Europe that handles as many cases as we do.”

According to reports coming out of Germany in mid-November, Schumacher’s family were said to be holding out for a “medical miracle”.

An article in Brunte magazine claims the seven-time world champion is “sending signals from his distant world” – giving hope that he may one day recover from the catastrophic brain injury suffered in a freak skiing accident.

On November 24, Schumacher’s 20-year-old daughter posted an inspirational message on Instagram.

Gina-Maria, 20, wrote on Instagram: “There is only one happiness in this life, to love and be loved #keepfighting.”

On December 17, World Champion Lewis Hamilton posted an emotional Tweet to Michael who he has cited as one of his greatest influences.

Early in the New Year Professor Mark Obermann, Director of the Centre for Neurology at the Asklepios clinic said fans of the F1 great “shouldn’t (give up hope)”.

Twitter Lewis Hamilton has paid tribute to Michael Schumacher

What has manager Sabine Kehm said about Michael’s condition?

German media has claimed that Ms Kehm gave hope to fans as she announced details of the Michael Schumacher Museum.

She said: “During all his active year Michael kept most of his cars and many overalls and helmets.

“At the back of our minds we had always planned to make them available to the public.”

Magazine In Touch claims Ms Kehm’s use of “we” has sparked hope the seven-time world champion could be involved in the decision-making process.

The online publication wrote: “Even if speculating about his health doesn’t get us anywhere, we may still believe a little bit that the injured top athlete takes part in such decisions again.”

What is his net worth?

The most decorated Formula One driver in history, Michael holds the records for the most career wins, the most wins in a season, the most career pole positions, the most consecutive world championships, the most consecutive race wins and many, many more.

Alongside a number of high paid endorsements meant Michael was once among the highest paid athletes in the world.

Latest figures suggest his net worth stands at just under £600 million ($780 million).

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Drug Users Overdosing On Deadly Cocktail Of Bug Spray And Meth Called ‘wasp’ That Turns Users Into ‘zombies’




DRUG users in the States are overdosing on a dangerous cocktail of methamphetamine and bug spray known as “Wasp”.

The mixture induces a zombie-like state for 45 minutes, often leaving its victims wide-eyed, sweating and writhing in agony.

ABC Drug users in Indiana, US, are increasingly overdosing on a dangerous cocktail of meth and bug spray

Emergency workers in Indiana, believed to be going through a Wasp epidemic, say they are seeing more and more people are being hospitalised – or worse.

Last year, the Indianapolis Fire Department responded to more than 5,000 overdoses in the capital city alone.

“We find people passed out with it still in their hand,” captain Chris Major told WDRB. “That is how fast it has an effect on them.

“We describe it as being like a zombie. They can not talk to us. Their movements are slow, lethargic and a there’s a lot of drooling and loss of function overall.

ABC The bizarre mixture induces a zombie-like state for at least 45 minutes

ABC Experts say taking the drug causes respiratory problems, muscle spasms, seizures and even risks of falling into a coma

“We find them with their clothes off. They’re eating the grass, pulling dirt out of the ground and trying to put it in their mouth.”

In a particularly grisly incident in Tennessee last year, 35-year-old Danny Hollis went on a violent rampage in a stranger’s home while high on the drug.

He obliterated the place and tried to cut his throat in front of a mother and her four young children at their dinner table before getting caught in barbed wire while making his escape.

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