Five police officers facing disciplinary over Wayne Couzens

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Five police officers from four different English forces are facing disciplinary action over WhatsApp messages concerning killer Wayne Couzens.

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    Wayne Couzens, who was a Metropolitan Police officer at the time, kidnapped Sarah Everard on the evening of 3 March as she was walking home in London, UK.

    On 8 June 2021 Wayne Couzens, 48, pleaded guilty to the kidnap and rape of Ms Everard and on 9 July 2021 pleaded guilty to her murder.

    He was later sentenced to life imprisonment, without parole.

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