Footballer sparks fury after bragging online about his tattoo that spells out 'LOVE'… using images of guns and a GRENADE By Abigail Frymann PUBLISHED: 08:59 GMT, 20 April 2013 | UPDATED: 11:12 GMT, 20 April 2013 Premier League footballer Jay Bothroyd has been criticised for posting online a photograph of his new tattoo that shows four weapons. The 30-year-old QPR striker had a flick-knife inked on his torso, along with a hand grenade, a pistol and a machine gun.
Gangster accused of four murders 'fantasised about decapitating his enemy'Cregan denies murders of Mark and David Short in May and August 2012But psychiatrist claims he admitted the killings in pre-trial interviewsCregan was paranoid the Short family were trying to kill him, trial toldCregan also said he was a drug dealer who earned up to 20,000 a weekClaims Cregan told him 'a big relief rushed through my body' after'Fantasised smashing his head with a hammer and cutting his head off'Later murdered PCs Nicola Hughes and Fiona Bone with gun and grenade Cregan added: 'I had thoughts of killing David Short since he threatened to rape my sister. 'I couldn’t get him out of my head
One-eyed fugitive Dale Cregan 'lured unarmed police officers into trap before opening fire and throwing grenade at them' Dale Cregan, 29, had 'evaded nationwide manhunt when he set the trap'Cregan is accused of murders of David Short, 46, and his son Mark, 23Also allegedly killed PCs Nicola Hughes, 23, and Fiona Bone, 32, last year he called in a spurious burglary at Abbey Gardens in Hattersley, luring two unarmed police officers to investigate,’ Mr Clarke said. ‘He lay in wait with a Glock firearm with an extended magazine that was fully loaded. Scroll down for videos Deaths: Cregan is accused of killing PCs Fiona Bone (left), 32, and Nicola Hughes (right), 23, and in a gun and grenade attack on September 18 last year 'PC Fiona Bone and PC Nicola Hughes attended.
Army private died after being blown 30ft up a tree after being lured to site of Taliban bombPrivate Matthew Thornton stepped on an improvised explosive device Regiment had come under fire from grenades and small armsDescribed as 'a cracking soldier who gave 100 per cent' | UPDATED: 09:20 GMT, 15 December 2012 The body of a Territorial Army soldier was found 30ft up a tree after his was patrol lured towards a hidden bomb, an inquest heard. Private Matthew Thornton, 28, was five weeks into a tour of duty in Helmand when he was killed by the huge blast.