UK Prosecution of Protesters Who Attended Sarah Everard Vigil Halted

Six protesters who broke Britain’s lockdown laws to attend a vigil for Sarah Everard—who was abducted, raped, and murdered by a serving police officer in March 2021—will not face trial after the Crown Prosecution Service discontinued the case.
The vigil was originally organised by Reclaim These Streets to protest at violence against women after Everard’s body was discovered in a pond in a wood in Kent a week after she disappeared after walking home from a friend’s home near Clapham Common in south London after dark.
Reclaims These Streets cancelled the vigil after the Metropolitan Police said it should not go ahead because of the ban on assemblies of large groups of people during the COVID-19 pandemic….
Source: The Epoch Times

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