The police chief leading the operation during the Hillsborough Disaster has been found not guilty of manslaughter and gross negligence. This verdict has angered and saddened the relatives of the ninety-six football fans who were crushed to death in 1989. For thirty years they have campaigned for justice and in 2014 won a coroners' case against South Yorkshire Police. The original verdict of accidental death was overturned and replaced with unlawful killing. The first hearing in 1991 was accompanied by some truly vicious anti-Liverpudlian propaganda from Rupert Murdoch's News International. To this day you cannot buy The Sun newspaper anywhere in
Liverpool. According to the former Chief
Superintendent David Duckenfield, he ordered the opening of the exit gate that
let the fans rush into the stadium in order to relieve another potential
crushing situation outside the ground at the entrance. He had given the order
based on urgent advice from other police officers by the entrance. This was
compounded by the claim that the stadium's club, Sheffield
Wednesday, considerably overstated the capacity of the ground, compared to the recommendations
of its architects. Source: https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/hillsborough-trial-verdict-david-duckenfield-not-guilty-why-prosecution-a8840691.html.
Nevertheless, as I explain in the background links below, there was definitely
an attempted cover-up. Why would the police do that if they were innocent? It
is a very similar situation to the Chelsea Manning Wikileaks scandal in which
American helicopters fired on a group of newsmen after they mistook them for terrorists.
Again, there was an attempt to suppress knowledge of the incident because the
authorities knew they were guilty, see: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/July_12,_2007,_Baghdad_airstrike.
Both these two cases and many others are proof that the judiciary is not what
it is portrayed as, a neutral inanimate arbiter that sits above society like a
guardian angel. It is a tool used by the elite for control of society. Jeffrey
Epstein is another good example. His first conviction should have seen him
jailed for years, but instead he was given thirteen months in an open prison,
The same will happen with Prince Andrew. It is sad that the truth about the
Hillsborough Disaster has not been acknowledged, but it will hopefully serve as
a lesson to everybody. If you're rich and powerful or serve the state, you will
be treated leniently; if you are none of those things the system will stomp on
you for the want of a penny. US
See here for background: https://hpanwo-voice.blogspot.com/2015/08/blair-knew-about-hillsborough.html.