QPR Director forced to quit at gunpoint: another way of supporting your club?
posted by walrus to soccer at 10:31 AM - 6 comments
classic case of fact being stranger than fiction -- I figured it was a guy doing a bad job of making up a story/accusation until I got to the part where police apparently find the evidence.
posted by hb74147 at 11:50 AM on May 04
There has to be a bad joke in there about "shooting", but I'll be damned if I can think of one.
posted by JJ at 12:15 PM on May 04
Holy shit. That's, well, I guess that's one way to get your way. Yikes. (I sense some Detroit Lions and Chicago Black Hawks fans are taking copious notes about Messrs. Millen and Wirtz...)
posted by chicobangs at 02:21 PM on May 04
Fully loaded but only half cocked, by the sound of it.
posted by owlhouse at 05:48 PM on May 04
wow reminds me of the godfather...lol!!! except that was a movie..
posted by ktown at 10:57 PM on May 04
Assuming the charges are true (that is, accurately recount what happened rather than provable to legal standards), I can't imagine why Morris would expect the document signed under duress to hold up when Paladini went public. Because who would believe the shares were signed over for no payment at all, even in QPR?
posted by billsaysthis at 02:57 PM on May 05
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