Saturday, April 16, 2016

Community Safety Murder Female Aggression 53-year-old Melbourne Woman charged with Murder of 44 yo Female Neighbour in Sunbury, Melbourne Herald Sun April 17th 2016 Violence by Women against Women "Female Aggression, Physical or Emotional is a Female Community Safety Issue" Pete Dowe #VICforWomen #genderequality #victoriaagainstviolence #uniteandchange #16days #domesticviolence #emotionalviolence #VICforWomen #genderspecific #gender-equalapplicationofthelaw







Female Aggression, Physical or Emotional is a Female Community Safety Issue


Pete Dowe


"...(physical) violence is not gender specific. Whether it’s a man or a woman hitting you, you’re still being hit.”

News.com.au

November 8, 2015

One wonders how many Melburnians speculated on when "the bad Man" who murdered the woman walking would be caught
such is the gender-specific approach to violence which feeds 

such gender-specific assumptions re perpetrators





Pete Dowe

Woman found dead outside home in Melbourne’s northwest
an hour ago
ANDREA HAMBLINHerald Sun


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A WOMAN has been charged after the death of another woman in Sunbury.
Detectives have charged a 53-year-old Sunbury woman with murder. The woman faced an out of sessions hearing on Saturday evening.
She has been remanded in custody to face Melbourne Magistrates’ Court on Monday.
The charges follow the discovery of a 44-year-old woman’s body in Balmoral Circuit about 7.30am.
The mum was killed while walking near her house in an early morning attack, alleged to have stemmed from a long-running neighbourhood feud.
Rachel Tyquin was found in her athletic gear, lying on a nature strip about 250m from her Sunbury house on Saturday morning.

The fitness instructor had suffered multiple wounds in a suspected stabbing attack police are treating as a murder.
Rachel Tyquin. Picture: Facebook
Emergency crews were called at 7.30am but Ms Tyquin could not be saved.
It’s understood Ms Tyquin, aged in her 40s, had been at the centre of a dispute over street car parking.
Her neighbour, Eva Maria Whitecross, aged in her 50s, was being questioned by police on Saturday night.


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