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Zara Aleena ‘had every right to feel safe’ say Met Police

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Zara Aleena ‘had every right to feel safe’ say Met Police

Zara Aleena ‘had every right to feel safe’ say Met Police

Detective Chief Inspector of the Metropolitan Police, David Whellams, says Zara Aleena “had every right to feel safe”, but instead, “was a victim of shocking violence”.

It comes as Jordan McSweeney, 29, of Dagenham, Essex, pleaded guilty to murdering law graduate Zara, who was brutally kicked and stamped on, then left for dead in the early hours of 26 June this year.

Report by Patelr.

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