& # 39; All people deserve safety in this world & # 39 ;: Emotional scenes when the Courtney Herron family arrives at the place where her body was found before a wake in her memory
- Thousands have gathered Friday night in the rain in Royal Park in Melbourne for a vigil for Courtney Herron
- Devastated family members were seen crying for the loss of the 25-year-old at the place of her death
- Mrs. Herron was brutally killed in the park and her body was found on Saturday by dog runners in the park
- Henry Hammond, 27, was accused of her alleged murder and remains in custody as a result of returning to court
Devastated relatives arrived at the scene of the alleged murder of Courtney Herron in the run-up to a vigil in her memory.
Thousands have braved the rain in Melbourne & # 39; s Royal Park for a silent vigil for the 25-year-old, who was reportedly terribly beaten to death and left in the park last week.
Heartbreaking photos show Mrs. Herron's family weeping while mourning the young woman's death, with flowers and tributes laid where her body was found.
Devastated family members have arrived at Courtney Herron's place of alleged murder in the run-up to a vigil in her memory
Thousands have gathered in Royal Park in Melbourne for a silent vigil for the 25-year-old, who was reportedly terribly beaten to death and left in the park last week
Tributes are seen for the Vigil for the homeless woman Courtney Herron, in Royal Park in Melbourne
Posters, notes, flowers and gifts were placed by mourners before the silent vigil on Friday evening
Vigil organizers wrote on Facebook: “All people deserve safety in this world. Unfortunately, we must once again mourn the loss of an innocent woman in a place we know. & # 39;
& # 39; Courtney Herron was an innocent woman who was reportedly taken out of our world violently and prematurely. We cannot simply allow her death to go unnoticed and unmarked. & # 39;
& # 39; We must stand together again in memory of Courtney Herron and the countless others who have been taken too quickly. We cannot allow this pattern to continue.
& # 39; These women are innocent. They are said to be killed simply because they are women. We cannot allow this to be unrecognized or unmarked. We must unite to remember those we have lost and to protect those who live in fear and are in danger every day. & # 39;
Mrs. Herron's body was poorly seeded in the park in Melbourne on Saturday, after allegedly attending a social event with her accused murderer Henry Hammond.
The 27-year-old is charged with the alleged murder of Herron and remains in custody, with his case as a result of the return to court on September 16.
Mrs. Herron's body was found bad at Melbourne Park on Saturday, after allegedly attending a social event with her accused murderer Henry Hammond
Grieving people pay their respects at Royal Park in Melbourne where the body of Mrs. Herron was found
Heartbreaking scenes show relatives gathering at Courtney Herron's make-shift memorial in Melbourne
Courtney & # 39; s father, a lawyer named John, has largely remained silent about his role in his daughter's life.
& # 39; It's just very difficult. I can barely talk about it, & he told Daily Mail Australia.
In a statement issued on Thursday, he said that his & # 39; beloved daughter & # 39; was the victim of & # 39; fatal abuse & # 39 ;.
& # 39; My daughter's death is an unimaginable tragedy for our family. Please respect our right to mourn in private, & so it was.
Messages on improvised shrine are seen in Royal Park in Melbourne, where Mrs. Herron was murdered
Heartbreaking scenes from Mrs. Herron's family who were crying while mourning the young woman's death
Flowers and tributes were laid on the spot where Courtney Herron's found body was found last week
Mrs. Herron is the fourth young woman reportedly killed in a public place in Melbourne in the last 12 months, including the rape and murder in June of ambitious comedian Eurydice Dixon  in a neighboring suburb.
Death led to widespread calls for action to improve women's public safety.
Even police officers have said that the horrific crime showed that the attitude towards women in Australia had to change.
& # 39; What is it in our community that some men may think that it is still ok to attack women or take what they want from women? & # 39; Victorian police assistant commissioner Luke Cornelius said on Saturday.
& # 39; Violence against women is definitely about men's behavior. & # 39;
Tributes are seen for the Vigil for defeating the homeless woman Courtney Herron, in Royal Park in Melbourne
Tragic images show crying family members during the provisional memorial to Courtney Herron on Friday
Grieving people have shown their honor to the young woman as flowers and tributes are found where her body was found
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