Sky News says former Metropolitan Police officer Wayne Couzens is one of five murderers set to have their prison sentence reviewed by senior judges in the Royal Courts of Justice on Wednesday.
Wayne Couzens – the killer of Sarah Everard – has been charged with four counts of indecent exposure.
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The Guardian says Sarah Everard’s murder a year ago sparked a nationwide reckoning and revolutionised how the British public understand male violence against women, according to research.
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The Independent says The Magic FM DJ Emma Wilson – known as Emma B – has said she is “so very sure” she was flashed by Wayne Couzens.
The Metro says Wayne Couzens has been accused of sexually assaulting a drag queen three years before he murdered Sarah Everard.
The Daily Mirror says cold case detectives will be pouring over Wayne Couzens’ every movement over the past 30 years to see if Sarah Everard’s killer is connected to any unsolved crimes
The Metro says a serving Metropolitan Police officer from the same unit as Sarah Everard’s killer Wayne Couzens has been charged with rape.
Police investigating whether Wayne Couzens could be responsible for MORE crimes spanning back to 2015
The Sun says COPS are investigating if monster officer Wayne Couzens could be responsible for more crime, with some as far back as 2015.
Wayne Couzens has been handed a whole-life prison sentence for murdering Sarah Everard. Wayne Couzens kidnapped, raped and killed the 33-year-old as she walked home on 3 March.