… from the Wikipedia article bearing his name.
"Streona is historically regarded as the greatest traitor of the Anglo-Saxon period in English history.”
“Eadric Streona came to acquire a reputation second to none for his complicity in numerous acts of subterfuge, treachery, and murder, and it seems remarkable under these circumstances that he should have been entrusted with high office by three successive kings.”
"William of Malmesbury describes Eadric Streona as ‘the refuse of mankind and a reproach unto the English’.”
“As Ealdorman, Eadric achieved a victory over the Welsh, for reasons unknown to history.”
"He is described by Sir Frank Stenton as someone ‘to whom unknown crimes may be safely attributed’.” —> my personal favourite
"He is said to have killed a soldier who looked like Edmund II (Ironside) and held up his head, only to realise his mistake."
"… relates the story of Edmund Ironside being murdered on the privy by the sons of Eadric Streona, using a crossbow positioned in the midden pit to fire through the toilet seat. It is said that the missile passed so far into his body that it could not be extracted.”