Published: Mon, June 18, 2018
Global News | By Blake Casey

Eurydice Dixon memorial vandalised ahead of planned vigil

Eurydice Dixon memorial vandalised ahead of planned vigil

Mourners paid respects Saturday to Eurydice Dixon, the late female comedian who was raped and murdered early Wednesday on a soccer field as she walked home from a performance. If you are a man and you see your friends making someone feel uncomfortable, if you see them making a remark to a woman or you see your mates on social media attack a woman or say something nasty about her: call them out. We need to change.

Although not widely known, Ms Dixon has been remembered as a talented comedian at the start of her career. Her traumatic death has had such a profound effect on Australian women, in part because of the banality in the moments leading up to it.

Australia is now mourning the loss of one of the country's up-and-coming comedians after Eurydice Dixon, 22, was murdered earlier this week.

As a result of police releasing CCTV images, 19-year-old Jaymes Todd turned himself into police and was charged with one count each of rape and murder.

Julia Morris tweeted: I am absolutely shattered to hear of the despicable death of Eurydice Dixon. Moments away from reaching home, Dixon had sent a text message to her partner of four-months saying "I'm nearly home safe, HBU".

Chilling footage has emerged of the aspiring comedian's final performance, just hours before she was raped and murdered. He will return to court in October.

Fellow host Georgie Gardner also launched into a discussion on how many women disliked walking around in a state of fear.

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Australia's human rights commission has said that the country has "a disturbingly high rate of violence against women".

Wilkinson slammed police and society in general for the blame-game that continues to put the onus of responsibility on to women.

On Monday, June 18 the Reclaim Princes Park vigil will be held between 5:30PM-7:30PM in honour of Dixon's life.

"And they will do so firm in the knowledge that Eurydice died because of her attacker's decisions - not because of her own".

We've all walked home after a night out or even just after work or whatever, because we haven't had money to get a cab or we couldn't get on to public transport or there wasn't public transport where we were going. She left the venue around 10:30 p.m.

And now, Gen has added her voice to the conversation, calling for an end to the so-called "monster myth" and claiming that Eurydice Dixon "could have been any of us". The views expressed therein are not necessarily those of stlucianewsonline.com, its sponsors or advertisers.

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