On the other side of the canal, there are heated discussions about the safety of women on the streets and the work of the police force. The reason is the killing of a young woman, who may have been killed by a policeman.
Two weeks ago, on Wednesday 3 March, Sarah Everard – a marketing manager who moved to London to work when she was 21 – visited a dear friend in Clapham, south of the British capital, in the evening. There she leaves her home at 9 pm on foot. Wrapped warm in a green coat and white hat to walk the four kilometers, it is a long walk but not uncommon for those who live and work in London. After fourteen minutes of walking, she picked up her cell phone to call her friend. Another fourteen minutes later, I came in.
Two minutes later, he was personally seen for the last time, by the camera of the doorbell that passed in front of him. Sarah Everard did not arrive home that evening or the days after. The woman was not found until seven days later, last Wednesday. Thirty miles away, lying in a cube-shaped construction waste bag.
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