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Hasten The Hillsborough Inquiry

16 Sep

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Hasten The Hillsborough Inquiry

 

A year on from the original verdict of accidental death being declared false regarding the Hillsborough disaster and things are not moving very quickly, which isn’t surprising considering that it took 23 years to overturn the original verdict.

 

The inquiry has managed to interview 1% of the police officers whose original statements were mysteriously altered. At this rate the inquiry is going to take another lifetime with no one left alive who was at the match that fateful day, never mind those responsible.

 

We have already sadly lost John Glover and Anne Williams in the last year, who fought relentlessly for justice of the 96 and we don’t want to lose more before those responsible are brought to justice.

 

Managing to interview just three policeman in a year seems ridiculous and you just ask the question, “Why is it taking so long ?” The answer could be that it’s been established that the 96 deaths weren’t accidental , so that’s cleared everything up, so there is no rush to find the evidence just for the detail of who exactly is responsible.

 

164 police statements from the day had been changed before being presented to the first panel, most of them to remove anything negative about police behaviour. What we didn’t know until this week is that the figure is unfair to the police, because it turns out that they altered 238, and they changed the statements of 90 supporters as well.

 

This fact reassures you that if you have to give a statement to the police then they will amend any errors you have made at a later date, giving you peace of mind.

 

We also know the police conducted a campaign to blacken the name of the supporters by making up stories about them to the press. A certain story they informed to the Sun newspaper about people looting from the dead bodies after the disaster, which the Sun printed on its front page, causing outrage. The police failed to mention to the Sun that the people stealing from the dead bodies was their colleagues who have admitted to putting the cash they “found” in their funds.

 

A larger sum of money was claimed by others including Norman Bettison, the policeman who’s been named by colleagues as the person allegedly responsible for spreading the slanderous stories about the supporters to the press.

 

Bettison had the audacity to make a claim to the Hillsborough Victims Fund for money to buy a holiday home for officers, because they were present on that day and claimed that they were also victims of the tragedy.

 

Bettison claimed that he was forced to resign, but his pension of a million pounds will remain intact, along with his knighthood. It beggars belief how untouchable this man is with so many wrong doings coming to light about this man with such a title for his great service to the force. Well he obviously looked after his colleagues well and protected them to earn his sizeable pension and impressive title.

 

The new investigation is now in the hands of the Independent Police Complaints Commission, which is ironically run by John Stoddard, whose previous job was chief of police.

 

The supporters were the heroes that day not the villains that they were tarnished with for so long, and now that the truth is out, they deserve to know the result of the Hillsborough Inquiry sooner rather than later and the speed things are moving at in the first year of this inquiry needs to be hastened before we lose more people who deserve justice through the passing of time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Y.N.W.A. Anne Williams

18 Apr

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YNWA  Anne Williams

 

A normal lady, a normal mother, with a typical football loving boy

 

Who lost her son at a football match

 

A life lost, a life changed forever

 

Every parent’s worst nightmare to lose a son or daughter

 

But at a football match, this should never happen

 

96 never returned, 96 families lives changed forever

 

Unthinkable tragedy, unbelievable lies

 

Anne lost her son 24 years ago

 

All she wanted was to know what happened that day

 

How her Kevin died

 

Was that too much to ask

 

The victims were blamed for their own deaths

 

Anne knew the lies

 

She would get the truth against the establishment

 

She fought for the truth

 

She fought for justice

 

Against all odds when mere mortals would give up

 

Most would tire of the fight

 

Most would struggle with a broken heart

 

Anne’s heart is as big as Liverpool

 

Anne has led the fight for justice

 

She has never backed down

 

She would not be defeated

 

Her strength is unparalleled

 

Anne fought the law and Anne won

 

24 years fighting for the truth and for justice

 

Her belief never waned, her spirit never broken

 

Finally rewarded last September

 

The truth came out

 

Anne has put her body and mind through hell for 24 years

 

Anne fought for an inquest into her son’s death

 

Because she knew he could have been saved

 

Last October she was diagnosed with terminal cancer

 

And she continued to fight her for her cause

 

Although her body was suffering

 

Anne’s body finally gave in this week

 

Sad that she never lived to see the inquest

 

As she joined her beloved son Kevin

 

But not before defying doctors with one last show of courage

 

To attend Monday’s 24th Hillsborough Anniversary Service at Anfield

 

 

 

Anne Williams suffered tragedy

 

She suffered the lies

 

Never felt sorry for herself

 

Never gave up

 

Respected by many

 

Carried a city against injustice

 

Anne Williams rest in peace

 

You will never walk alone

 

 

 

 

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YNWA Anne Williams

10 Nov

YNWA Anne Williams

A normal lady, a normal mother, with a typical football loving boy

Who lost her son at a football match

A life lost, a life changed forever

Every parent’s worst nightmare to lose a son or daughter

But at a football match, this should never happen

96 never returned, 96 families lives changed forever

Unthinkable tragedy, unbelievable lies

Anne lost her son 23 years ago

All she wanted was to know what happened that day

How her Kevin died

Was that too much to ask

The victims were blamed for their own deaths

Anne knew the lies

She would get the truth against the establishment

She fought for the truth

She fought for justice

Against all odds when mere mortals would give up

Most would tire of the fight

Most would struggle with a broken heart

Anne’s heart is as big as Liverpool

Anne has led the fight for justice

She has never backed down

She would not be defeated

Her strength is unparalleled

Anne fought the law and Anne won

23 years fighting for the truth and for justice

Her belief never waned, her spirit never broken

Finally rewarded in September

The truth came out

Anne has put her body and mind through hell for 23 years

Anne deserves the inquest into her son’s death brought forward now

It is the least she deserves as her health suffers

Anne Williams suffered tragedy

She suffered the lies

Never felt sorry for herself

Never gave up

Respected by many

Carried a city against injustice

Anne Williams you will never walk alone

PLEASE BRING FORWARD KEVIN WILLIAMS INQUEST – e-petitions epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/40925 please help Anne by signing this petition (for UK residents only)

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