Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Community Safety Murder Female Aggression Eva Whitecross, 53, charged with murdering Female Victim Rachel Tyquin, Sunbury, Melbourne Prosecutor says more time needed to prepare case over Sunbury stabbing murder The Age April 19th 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 "violence is not gender specific. Whether it’s a man or a woman hitting you, you’re still being hit.”






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

Prosecutor says more time needed to prepare case over Sunbury stabbing murder

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Caitlin Guilfoyle

Personal trainer Rachel Tyquin was allegedly murdered by her neighbour.
Personal trainer Rachel Tyquin was allegedly murdered by her neighbour. Photo: Facebook
Police need more time to gather evidence over the alleged stabbing murder of a woman on a suburban Melbourne street, a court has heard.
Eva Whitecross, 53, is charged with murdering Rachel Tyquin, whose body was found on a Sunbury nature strip on the weekend.
The 44-year-old had been fatally stabbed in the neck, police have said.
Ms Whitecross did not apply for bail and was remanded in custody when she appeared briefly in the Melbourne Magistrates' Court on Tuesday.
Prosecutor Susanna Locke said police would need longer than normal to prepare evidence.
Post-mortem results would take about 15 weeks and there was significant CCTV footage to be examined, she told the court.
"There is [also] a high volume of material in relation to family history," Ms Locke said.
Investigators are planning to take statements from neighbours and the Sunbury community.
Ms Whitecross is due to appear before the court again on September 13.
Asked if there were any custody management issues, her lawyer said Whitecross had an injury.
AAP

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