Relatives of the 96 people who died in the Hillsborough disaster will meet at Anfield at 12.30 today to try and finally bring certain individuals to justice as reported by The Guardian.
This week saw the mass media and police cover up brought to public knowledge and as important as that was, it doesn’t bring any justice to the people who were to blame after it was claimed that many lives could have been saved if it wasn’t for failings of the authorities.
Sheila Coleman, spokeswoman for the Hillsborough Justice Campaign (HJC), said “Fans were effectively criminalised by South Yorkshire police and now they want to know what to do about it. This is where it gets complex.”
“The only logical outcome now is if people are held accountable.”
“It is not about being vindictive; it’s about people involved in the cover-up being subject to the same rules as you or I. A lot of us feel a sense of resignation – that this is the best it’s going to get, which is marginally better than it was when people were telling us lies.”