Crete 'struggling with shame' after rape and murder of US scientist

Lawyer for man who admitted crime says islanders feel sense of responsibility for her death

The lawyer of a man who has admitted raping and killing the acclaimed American scientist Suzanne Eaton while she attended a conference on Crete says the crime has left locals struggling with feelings of guilt and shame.

Almost three weeks after the body of the 59-year-old California biologist was found in a cave, people on Crete remain profoundly shocked, the attorney Pantelis Zellios told the Guardian.

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