By pointless I mean that there was nothing thoughtful or sympathetic in your article about the woman so mercilessly killed, no lesson to be learnt, or analysis whatsoever. Just a description purporting 'objectivity', but really pandering to a kind of voyeurism around pain, suffering and death which is ugly to say the least. I suppose it's one way to get views - but hardly a positive addition to human culture.
Did you know, there's a crime writing competition which has as one of its parameters, the following challenge : can the writer create tension and suspense without there being in the plot line, a woman who is followed/raped/murderred? That competition's attempt to go beyond the obvious, lazy approach in the crime genre, is a drop in the ocean of misogyny your sort of writing covertly promotes.
What I I mean is, it normalises violence against women, and violence in general.
There are still some tribal peoples untouched by 'civilisation', in which it is absolutely forbidden to be violent to females, it's a sad testament to the nature of 'development', that such cultures are deemed , 'primitive'.
You are a young person - surely you can find something a bit more edifying to focus your time and energy upon?
How about trying to save Life on Earth, (in the week that the Secretary General of the United Nations declared we have some three years to reverse rends that will bring us to planetary ecocide... so, shall we stop the focus on death and destruction and scraping the bottom of the barrel of human depravity?
I'm writing to you in this much detail as I respect your neutral worded question! We can all do better - me too. I should not have clicked on your real life crime article.