On the evening of 3 March 2021, 33-year-old marketing executive Sarah Everard disappeared in London
She was killed by a police officer, reports said
Since then, the UK has faced instability and protests over the killing
Everard vanished while walking home from her friend’s house. The suspect police, Wayne Couzens, 48, has been charged with murder
Sarah Everard’s body was identified by her dental records after it was found at an advanced state of decomposition in a large bag similar to ones used by builders to transport heavy loads
The last known sighting of Ms Everard was captured on a doorbell camera just after 9:30pm showing her walking alone toward Tulse Hill, London.
Her body was later found in woodland near Ashford, Kent, a week later.
On Sunday, thousands of people gathered to protest in then form of a virgil, in the area where Sarah was last seen
Although authorities prohibited the gathering over Covid-19 fears, thousands still took to the street with flowers and protesting that no one is safe if the police could kill an unarmed girl
Clashes between police and attendees of the vigil led to several people being arrested for public order and coronavirus regulation breaches.
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