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Case Ref : 20210303, Everard, Sarah
On the evening of 3 March 2021, Sarah Everard, a 33-year-old marketing executive, was kidnapped in South London, England, as she was walking home to the Brixton Hill area from a friend's house near Clapham Common. Metropolitan Police officer Wayne Couzens falsely arrested her under the pretence of having breached COVID-19 regulations and drove her to near Dover where he raped and strangled her, before burning her body and disposing of her remains in a nearby pond.
Email received (part of)
I’ve noticed several common themes being pushed in the coverage which is clearly designed to at least spin the narrative. 1. All men are responsible for Sarah Everards death. (One serving police officer is responsible for Sarah Everards death. The Met is responsible for Sarah Everards death. The government are responsible for Sarah Everards death.) 2. Women feel as if they are under curfew. Men should be under curfew.. (Men and women are under curfew. Sarah Everard should have understood that she was under curfew.) 3. The police officer concerned was not on duty. (The police officer concerned was on duty.) 4. The suspect suffered head injuries while in custody. ((In the biggest case that’s likely to be for years and years yet the suspect was able to injure himself or be injured whilst in custody?? No comment was issued. This is therefore to some extent a cover up.)) (The victim suffered head injuries while in custody.) 5. We must quickly get to the truth. (The truth must quickly be covered up) 6. Sarah Everard was a strong woman. (She resisted arrest) Its not surprising that authority suddenly seeks someone to blame when its failings are exposed. Given the current facts the following scenarios are possible:
Appears to be “33” numerology here.