Mercy Muroki: A whole life order for Wayne Couzens was a victory for justice itself

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Mercy Muroki: ‘Wayne Couzens, the former Met officer who kidnapped, raped, and murdered Sarah Everard has officially sought an appeal against the whole life term he was handed last month. This shows you how utterly depraved he is – on every level.’

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