Couzens declared guilty in July to Ms Everard’s murder, kidnap and rape.
PC Wayne Couzens is The Met Police officer who killed Sarah Everard. He used Covid-19 laws to arrest her as she walked home via south London’s streets.
Court hears: Wayne Couzens used Covid laws to get Sarah Everard
A 48-year-old man used his authority to arrest a marketing executive after spending an evening with a friend on March 2. The Old Bailey heard Mr Couzens was bringing and wearing handcuffs.
How Couzens got Sarah Everard
After Couzens successfully put Ms Everard into Couzen’s wheels, she was raped and killed by him. Then he fired her body in a spot of woodland near Ashford in Kent.
Prosecutor Tom Little QC said Couzens had brought Covid-19 patrols in London in late January this year.
“The defendant began a couple of such shifts. He was therefore knowledgeable of the commands and what language to use to those who may or may not have breached them if talking to them.”
The prosecutor also added that higher possibility he used it to kidnap Sarah Everard.
The prosecutor added a former boyfriend of Ms Everard describes her as extremely smart, savvy, streetwise, and not a gullible person. So he ensures she will not let someone unknown do her.
Then her body was found on March 10. However, during that time, Couzens made a trip to the wood where he left Sarah’s body and light again. Sadly, his kids played nearly close to where Sarah’s body had been dropped in the pond.
Sarah Everard’s murderer possibility sentence
Couzens declared guilty in July to Ms Everard’s murder, kidnap and rape. He could face the rest of his life in prison when Lord Justice Fulford states a sentence on Thursday.