Victorian Assistant Police Commissioner pounded for calling Courtney Herron & # 39; s death reflection on men
& # 39; It's about ONE man who allegedly did something horrible & # 39 ;: Top agent is accused of & # 39; demonizing & # 39; men by saying that & # 39; ALL men & # 39; are to blame for the murder of Courtney Herron
- Courtney Herron, 25, was found dead in Parkville in southern Melbourne
- A homeless man Henry Hammond has been accused of her alleged murder
- Victorian assistant commissioner Luke Cornelius said the miracle of men
- Former Federal Labor leader Mark Latham described his comments as & # 39; stupid & # 39;
A senior Victorian police commander has been beaten because he suggests that the death of Courtney Herron is a reflection of all men.
The 25-year-old woman is now the fourth woman to have been killed and dumped in a public place in Melbourne in less than a year.
Victoria & # 39; s assistant police commissioner Luke Cornelius responded to her death by suggesting that it was a reflection on male behavior.
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A senior Victorian police commander has been beaten because he suggests that the death of Courtney Herron (photo) is a reflection on all men
& # 39; There have certainly been cases in our recent past where women have been attacked and they have been attacked by men & # 39 ;, he told reporters this week.
& # 39; The most important point is that this is about men's behavior, it's not about women's behavior. & # 39;
Women killed in a year in Melbourne
Courtney Herron – the 25-year-old woman was found dead in Parkville on May 25, 2019
Natalina Angok – the 32-year-old woman from Geelong was found dead in Melbourne & # 39; s Chinatown on April 24, 2019
Aya Maasarwe – the 21-year-old Palestinian woman from Israel studied in Australia when she was found dead in Bundoora on January 19, 2019
Eurydice Dixon – aspiring comedian found dead in North Carlton on June 13, 2018 after a walk through Princes Park
A 27-year-old homeless man, Henry Hammond, has been accused of murdering Herr after leaving a party with her.
Her body was found on Saturday morning behind the tree trunks in Royal Park in Parkville, near the Melbourne Zoo.
Her death took place a year after the aspiring comedienne. Eurydice Dixon was found dead in Princes Park in neighboring Carlton North, in the south of Melbourne.
Since then, Israeli international student Aya Maasarwe, 21, and Natalina Angok, a 32-year-old resident of Geelong, have been killed and dumped in public places in Melbourne.
Ben Fordham, a 2 GB broadcaster from Sydney, said the remarks of the Victorian Assistant Police Commissioner seem to blame all men.
"He did not say that it is this man or man when you talk about men who are responsible, or allegedly responsible for these heinous crimes, it is about all men," he said on Tuesday.
A 27-year-old homeless man, Henry Hammond, has been charged with murdering Herron to death
Victoria & # 39; s Assistant Police Commissioner Luke Cornelius responded to Mrs. Herron's death by suggesting that it was a reflection on male behavior
Former Federal Labor leader Mark Latham, who is now an MP from One Nation in New South Wales, agreed.
& # 39; Well, all you have to do is announce the position to understand how crazy it is & # 39 ;, he said.
& # 39; It's not about all men, it's about one man who allegedly did something horrible. & # 39;
In June last year, Labor Prime Minister Daniel Andrews of Victoria tweeted that men had to change their behavior in the wake of Mrs. Dixon's death.
& # 39; So our message to Victorian women is this: stay at home. Or not. Go out with friends at night. Or not. Go around your day exactly as you plan, on your terms, & he said.
& # 39; Because women don't have to change their behavior. Men do. & # 39;
Former Federal Labor leader Mark Latham (pictured left with Pauline Hanson), who is now a roommate of the One Nation House in New South Wales, said the comments of the Victorian Assistant Police Commissioner were stupid
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