John Terry’s father was savaged by men thought to be football fans at Upminster station. One of the men was wearing a blue and white football style scarf which is believed to be a Tottenham one.
“Ted suffered a nasty wound to the back of his head that required a lot of stitches. He is upset he was attacked by so-called football fans purely because his son plays for a rival team. John is also very shocked about what has happened”.
Ted, a convicted cocaine dealer has apparently refused to make a statement to the police in relation to what was a nasty assault. Is this part of some ancient gangland code of not grassing, or an indication that he knew his attackers and simply wants this to hopefully be an end to matters.
It is well know in the criminal community that transgressions are not dealt with via solicitors letters and a swift and merciless whack is the preferred method of bringing people into line.
In 2009 John Terry’s mother and mother and law were arrested for hoisting £800 worth of goodies including dog food and flip flops from various stores.
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