Met Police: Women arrested at Sarah Everard vigil paid damages

In letters to both Ms Stevenson and Ms Al-Obeid, Karen Findlay, commander for major events and public order policing for London, said she fully acknowledged “that your motivations in attending the vigil were to express your grief and anger” over Ms Everard’s death.

Source: BBC News

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