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Police officer suspected of murder: Why British women are now going to the barricades

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Between 2009 and 2018, a total of 1,428 women were killed in Great Britain – the murder of a 33-year-old and a vigil that has now ended violently for her bring the atrocities into focus.

From Thomas Golser | 6:35 p.m., March 15, 2021

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1. Violent crimes against women are widespread in Europe – what is behind the nationwide outcry in the UK?
ANSWER: The trigger for protests and vigils is the violent death of the 33-year-old Sarah Everardwho aVanished without a trace in south London on the evening of March 3rd was. Her body was later discovered in a wooded area in Kent. A 48-year-old police officer is suspected of having killed her – the man is now in custody. As a result, more and more British women are now reporting attacks that they have endured on the street or in public transport. For many people, fear is a constant companion when they move around in public spaces.


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