seamstress, I see it this way:
As not much is happening right now, this abduction and murder was jumped upon by several causes. Lockdown's like holding down a spring, when we let go, things happen;
Yes, of course, there's ongoing concern about sexual offences (although, as yet, we have no evidence of cause of death, we do have background information - and our suspicions).
There's much hostility to police, inevitably heightened by this crime. 26 police officers were assaulted yesterday at Clapham - punched, kicked and spat at - not a good way for women to 'stand up for what they believe in'!
There's confusion over what constitutes a 'reasonable excuse' to gather outside and break lockdown rules. Even a judge wouldn't rule - leaving the public and police at loggerheads.
Meanwhile, the poor grieving family are sidetracked, the memories tainted, such a shame.
The vast majority of these crimes are committed by people known to the victim, family, friends and ex-partners, yet the perceived threat is focused on strangers. Women, apparently, 'don't feel safe on the streets' (but nobody I know personally) - when they're in greatest danger in their homes.