Sarah Everard's evil murderer Wayne Couzens seriously ill in jail – ‘talking about karma'

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Sarah Everard's evil murderer Wayne Couzens seriously ill in jail – ‘talking about karma'

Ex-cop Wayne Couzens, who kidnapped, raped and killed Sarah Everard, is isolating in his cell after catching Covid, with his wing at HMP Franklandw

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Ex-cop Wayne Couzens, who kidnapped, raped and killed Sarah Everard, is isolating in his cell after catching Covid, with his wing at HMP Franklandwas placed on lockdown. The 48-year-old was one of the less than 20 prisoners infected with coronavirus.

Last year, Couzens was handed a whole-life prison term, which he is now trying to appeal, after he abused his police role to stage a fake Covid arrest and handcuff 33-year-old Miss Everard.

In March 2021, Couzens tricked marketing executive Miss Everard into his car and drove from Clapham in South London to Kent to rape and murder her, before burning her body and leaving it in the woods.

His crime sent shockwaves through the UK and beyond.

 

A source told The Sun: a source said: “People have been talking about karma, but it looks like he will be OK.

“He’s been suffering quite badly with it though after coming down with symptoms and has been told to isolate in his cell.

“He is having food and drink left outside, and can’t see anyone at all.

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The judge found that though Couzens’ choice of victim had been random, his attack was planned well in advance.

He had “long planned to carry out a violent sexual assault on a yet-to-be-selected victim”, Lord Fulford noted.

The court heard that Couzens had spent at least a month travelling to London to understand how best to carry out his intended crime.In being served a whole-life sentence, Couzens joined a group of more than 60 criminals in the country.

Whole-life sentences are reserved for crimes such as serial killings and politically motivated murders, and the judge’s imposition set new legal ground.

Before the attack, he had booked a hire car for the abduction.The prosecution said that after finishing a shift at the US embassy as a diplomatic protection officer, he went out “hunting” for a lone woman.

After an hour of circling in the car, he found Sarah. After showing her his warrant card, he handcuffed her and drove her to a remote woodland area in Kent.



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