John Terry found not guilty for alleged racial abuse

The former England captain allegedly made racist comments to Queens Park Rangers defender Anton Ferdinand during a match on October 23 last year
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John Terry leaves court after a not guilty verdict was reached of his alleged racial abuse trial on July 13, 2012 in London, England. The former England captain allegedly made racist comments to Queens Park Rangers defender Anton Ferdinand during a match on October 23 last year, at Queens Park Rangers' ground, Loftus Road, in west London. (Getty Images)
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John Terry arrives at Court for the last day of his alleged racial abuse trial on July 13, 2012 in London, England. The former England captain allegedly made racist comments to Queens Park Rangers' defender Anton Ferdinand during a match on October 23 last year, at Queens Park Rangers' ground, Loftus Road, and a verdict is expected to be reached today. (Getty Images)
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Chelsea Chairman Bruce Buck arrives at Westminster Magistrates court for the verdict of John Terry's alleged racial abuse trial on July 13, 2012 in London, England. The former England captain allegedly made racist comments to Queens Park Rangers defender Anton Ferdinand during a match on October 23rd last year, at Queens Park Rangers' ground, Loftus Road, in west London and a verdict is expected to be reached today. (Getty Images)
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Anton Ferdinand's mother Janice Lavender leaves court after John Terry was cleared of racial abuse on July 13, 2012 in London, England. The former England captain was alleged to have made racist comments to Queens Park Rangers defender Anton Ferdinand during a match on October 23 last year, at Queens Park Rangers' ground, Loftus Road, in west London. (Getty Images)
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John Terry arrives at Court for the last day of his alleged racial abuse trial on July 13, 2012 in London, England. The former England captain allegedly made racist comments to Queens Park Rangers' defender Anton Ferdinand during a match on October 23 last year, at Queens Park Rangers' ground, Loftus Road, and a verdict is expected to be reached today. (Getty Images)
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John Terry leaves court after a not guilty verdict was reached of his alleged racial abuse trial on July 13, 2012 in London, England. The former England captain allegedly made racist comments to Queens Park Rangers defender Anton Ferdinand during a match on October 23 last year, at Queens Park Rangers' ground, Loftus Road, in west London. (Getty Images)