I went outside and had a panic attack. Raybould says the shops manager assured her following the visit that her husbands contract was terminated. A few days later, though, more T-Mobile letters and texts addressed to him started coming in. “It’s gone downhill since then, she told the Telegraph . I’ve had texts since then asking if David wanted to pay an extra 2.50 for broadband and letters saying that bailiffs would be coming.” Raybould is understandably furious with the company. “How dare they put me and my sons through this after all we have been through already, she said. “I wouldn’t want anyone to go through what we have gone through over the last few months. It was easier for us to bury him than sort this out.” A T-Mobile spokesperson confirmed to the Telegraph that Rayboulds account has finally been closed.
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Israeli police spokeswoman Luba Samri said the attackers were cousins from East Jerusalem, which has been the scene of relentless clashes between Israeli police and Palestinian protesters in recent months. She identified the assailants as Ghassan and Oday Abu Jamal from the Jabal Mukaber neighborhood. The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, a militant group, said the cousins were members. A PFLP statement did not specify whether the group instructed the cousins to carry out the attack. Soon after the attack, clashes broke out outside the Abu Jamals’ home, where dozens of police had converged. Residents hurled stones at police who responded using riot dispersal weapons.
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