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Hundreds of people keep vigil for Julie in Schilde: This would never be allowed to happen
Schilde In her hometown of Schilde was Saturday, there was a wake held for the murdered Julie Of Espen. Hundreds of people came to leave a message in memory of the young woman. “She was loved by everyone who knew her.”

The death of Julie Van Espen has also included in its thuisgemeente Schilde clearly a lot of hearts were touched. After the church earlier book opened, was yesterday in the district of ‘s-Gravenwezel a wake held for the murdered student.

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Hundreds of people – parents and grandparents, but also young people and children – came to the Louis Vochtplein leave a message, and in an olive tree hang. The path on the square for the occasion, trimmed with sunflowers. Everyone also got a zonnebloempit to Julie to commemorate.

Many people came to their support to Julies relatives and friends. But there was clearly also a lot of misunderstanding and anger about the fate of the young woman. “This would never be allowed to happen”, says one of the messages. “It is such a shame, a young life taken away by a beast”, is another. The olive tree with messages will later be handed over to the parents of Julie, who themselves are not on the wake were present.

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