US jogger’s death sparks emotional outcry and political debate

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Washington (AFP) – Eliza Fletcher left her home in Memphis, Tennessee for an early morning jog two weeks ago when she disappeared. Her body was found a few days later, and since then, the tragedy has rekindled two distinct debates: one on women’s public safety, the other over racial tensions in the United States. Authorities said the 34-year-old kindergarten teacher and mother of two was “abducted” around 4:20 am on September 2, by a man who forced her into his vehicle. Her alleged attacker was arrested the next day, but Fletcher wasn’t found until September 5, behind an abandoned building. Th…

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