John Terry Found Not Guilty of Racist Abuse; Plus Adebayor Signs With Spurs, and Liverpool Agrees Fee For Borini
John Terry has been found not guilty of racist abuse, by chief magistrate Howard Riddle at the Westminster Magistrates Court in London.
Riddle said that the issue was not whether Terry is a racist in the “broadest sense of word” since lots of character witnesses said he was not. The issue was whether John Terry said the words as an insult.
Riddle added that the prosecution presented a strong case. He said no doubt that John Terry uttered words, when he did so he was angry. But it was impossible to be sure of what words were spoken.
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