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  NOVEMBER 21, 2021

Episode 116 – Sarah Everard

In March 2021, London along with the rest of England was under a full national lockdown in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic. An unusual mix of boredom, fear, and frustration permeated the country as it grappled with the ever-changing rules and restrictions.

The entire world it seemed, was just waiting for things to go back to normal.

But there was one man who didn’t see these once-in-a-lifetime circumstances as an obstacle – instead, he saw in them – a depraved opportunity to turn locked-down London into his own personal hunting ground.

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