Crime scene: Mr Terry was found in his bedroom at his home in Montego Bay
John Terry in Situational homosexuality?, so it seems, In an explosive article from British newspaper Mail Online author David Jones writes an extensive piece under the caption:
Given his elevated position, many expected the memorial service for Britain’s Honorary Consul — who was brutally murdered last Wednesday — to be staged in a more auspicious venue.
Speaking for the first time since her ex-husband was found bludgeoned and strangled at his home, Mr Terry’s second wife, Elizabeth, told me: ‘We deliberately chose a very simple place because it is a perfect reflection of the way he lived his life. John was a very simple man.’ "........
He even spoke in the local patois, which he had perfected after 40 years on the island"........
‘When I opened the paper and saw he’d been murdered, I couldn’t believe it,’ said the slender, shaven-headed man, who asked not to be identified for fear that he might be targeted next.
Weeping, he added: ‘He was such a good person, so considerate, so stylish, with such great taste; and so entertaining when we went back to his house to fool around.'
It was all just fun. He never harmed anyone. Why would anyone want to do this to a man like Mr John?’
Desmond’s incomprehension is being echoed by everyone who knew the Honorary Consul. "......
The expats do not pay directly for the favours of these young men, whom they meet at known gay pick-up haunts, such as beaches and bars, but would buy expensive clothes, meals, and other gifts for them.
‘Sometimes these boys can cause a lot of trouble,’ said Desmond pointedly, pondering on the reason for Mr Terry’s murder.
‘They might start ringing their guy all the time, demanding more and more things, and if he refuses they will threaten to “out” him. It’s like blackmail,’ he added.
Occasionally, he said, some of the white ‘sugar daddies’ also venture along the so-called Hip Strip, a street of raucous bars and clubs where some male prostitutes are willing to risk a beating, or worse, by openly soliciting......"