ILB being quite clever with the video there, I wouldn't mind seeing it at normal speed. Slow motion always makes it look worse.
For the record, I think Terry's a twat, but I don't believe for a minute he would go in to injury Milner on purpose. It's a poor challenge, and if it got a red, I doubt many people would complain.
But jail sentence? Calm down.
What pisses me off is the sheer hyopcrisy of some people. Wenger is a prime example, but many journalists and sadly even fans subscribe
to this agenda, which is basically: if you do something and I get injured, you should be penalised, regardless of the fact that I did nothing to avoid or mitigate the danger. From a very early age, players are taught not to pull out of a tackle, draw in fouls, to dive headfirst at the feet of strikers (if you're a goalkeeper), so basically to blatantly disregard danger.
And people accept this, at least I haven't head anyone preaching against it the way they do against tackling just after an accident had happened. Not only do they accept it, they expect it, coaches still coach players this way, yes, Wenger included, nobody asks if it really is sensible to train kids not to listen to their instincts. (Or just stop them from developing it in the first place.)
And then when we see an unfortunate accident that is the direct result of this approach: two players playing chicken but neither of them yielding, people are up in arms that something should be done about these terrible tackles. (They very rarely do this when only one side is clearly at fault and malicious, like Nolan's tackle on Anichebe, which slipped under the radar of everyone but Evertonians.)
The icing of the cake is that more often than not the people who shout for regulation are the very same people who moan in the pub about the nanny state and political correctness gone mad.