Sisters united will never be defeated say endangered London women.
“London is unsafe for women,” say many.
“Even the police are beating up on women, in fact one of them is in custody charged with killing missing 33-year-old Sarah Everard,” says a lone feminist in London who carried a light and walked to Clapham Common on her own for 9:30 PM GMT on what is believed to have been the route of Sarah Everard on 3 March before she was murdered allegedly by A London Cop.
“This is a gut-grabbing, whole-body-cramp, symbol of endemic violence against London women. It is a reflection of the mindset of London Pigs in a slithering, declining patriarch that now clings to male dominance using only violence and lawwarfare,” said an 18-year-old Chloe, who attended the impromptu candle light vigil.
“The Rodrigo Duterte misogyny types are taking over,” said Karinna Angeles, a nurse in the Philippines who had recently worked in a London Hospital.
“London, England is unsafe for women,” said numerous vigil attendees, according to RINJ Women of London, also attending.
Cops manhandled women laying wreaths for a cop’s murder victim as Metro London’s coppers’ misogynistic ‘brother’ Wayne Couzens banged his head on walls in his jail cell while awaiting his first Court appearance.
The cop brothers apparently had his back. They threw down and bashed the women laying wreaths for sister Sarah Everard. One such cop refused to help a woman who was being assailed by a male person with his penis out and in his hands.
Metro London say they arrested only four. According to eye witnesses, women were targeted 14 male officers to one woman at a time and dragged away. BBC video supports that allegation to some extent.
#MISSING | An extensive investigation is ongoing as we continue to search for Sarah Everard who went missing on the evening of Wednesday 3 March while walking between Clapham and Brixton.
If you have any information that may assist, please call detectives on 0208 785 8244. pic.twitter.com/38TEvHLAd3
— Lambeth Police | Central South BCU (@LambethMPS) March 8, 2021
“Why we need to speak out on what happened to Sarah Everard.” London Police are ignoring crimes against women.
“Rage” is too nice a word for the feelings toward the
Metro man-cop-gang launching itself against London women. Add to that the disgusting politicization of Sarah Everard by competing Mayoralty Candidate(s) is a whole other story that could run under the heading of “NEANDERTHAL SLOTH”, reports Katie Alsop from London.
Sarah Everard had been missing since 3 March 2021. Her boyfriend successfully filed the missing alert on 4 March as per 24 hour protocols, but he knew everything was wrong from a telephone conversation with his sweetheart–a woman whom all her acquaintances say was the salt of the Earth and a true ‘angel’. How dare anyone kill her? asks a feminist who spoke to FPMag in London.
“How dare they? How can this be, ‘let-be’, as Metro cops wanted for their brother of only three years, barely a training period, and apparently not enough for a proper psychological screening? He was arrested even before they found her. They knew already it was a cop and they treat us like this?” was asked rhetorically, by Paige Benet of the RINJ Foundation women’s group in London, England.
Sarah’s body was found on Wednesday, 10 March in a builder’s bag, normally used to hold materiel. She was identified by dental records.
Metro London Police Officer Wayne Couzens was arrested on suspicion of murdering missing Sarah Everard, Tuesday, 9 March. Charges included an alleged kidnap and disappearance.
On Thursday, Metro London Police Officer Wayne Couzens was before Chief Magistrate Paul Goldspring who formally remanded Cousins into custody to appear again at the Old Bailey on 16 March, 2021. Sarah was found on the tenth.
BBC estimators suggest Couzens may not face trial in front of a jury, should he elect to go that route, until sometime in 2022.
Amy said, “This night London police decided to manhandle a group of women laying flowers where the pretty 33-year old was last seen,” as she broke down crying.
London Police became a male gang to go after women after one of their own patriarchal monsters was brought to court for a brutal, reprehensible murder of Sarah Everard.
Fear and Rage, a tormenting combination of emotions.
The accused before the court is Wayne Couzens, a Metro London Police Officer say official documents
His name is Constable Wayne Couzens. He is 48, and appeared in court after self-injuring twice, alone in his prison cell. His first appearance is to be followed by another indictment hearing on 16 March.
But Cousin’s brothers had his back on Saturday and took off last night to from all appearances to go beat the crap out of women holding lights, candles, laying wreaths and flowers for the murder victim, Sarah.
There had been a plan to hold a vigil for Sarah by a group of London women calling themselves Reclaim These Streets in the Clapham area. It was called off as London police backed by a judge put a halt to getting a permit for Saturday evening because of COVID-19 lockdown and public gathering restrictions.
Reclaim These Streets then urged followers to shine a light on their doorstep at 9.30pm, Saturday.
Thousand’s shone a light from home. A hundred or so went to Clapham Common.
Many ladies, some who have been accosted on the busy London streets that Sarah had walked, went anyway to lay wreaths and flowers.
“There were flowers, tears, wreaths, sobs, and Metro cops beating the crap out of the ladies,” says Amy.
“It seems they were on the side of the killer. That’s how, it goes today in London, now,” says Amy, whose husband, she told Katie Alsop of FPMag, ‘packed her off’ with a bundle of flowers while he took care of the children that night.
“My friend Laura had asked me to go with her,” Amy told Katie Alsop late Saturday.
“This afternoon I talked it over with my husband who said ‘that’s a bit late for London, and I don’t want you getting hurt too’. So I let it go. In fact I agreed because what my husband was saying was true. I had been smacked down and my purse with grocery money stolen before Christmas and I don’t want that happening again.
“Then around tea, I dropped the damn teapot as my hands were shaking. I said ‘oh dear I have broken Gran’s teapot’. And my sweetie said, “that’s it love, I with the kids will drive you and Laura and wait to take you home. Yes. I ‘ll drive you, if you like? That fixes everything.”
“I am glad I went. My husband was furious at how police beat on the women. He says ‘Those coppers all stand together against the dead woman.”
Cops beating up women at a vigil mourning a beaten and murdered woman.