no, I am not quick to jump down anyones throat but you have to accept this can be an inflamatory subject if posted without a little thought or consideration. I am still mindful of this cropping up a few years ago and one or two posters were of the opinion of what the authorities and media said was gospel.
In my humble opinion, what occurred today achieved two things
1) those present at the game and indeed the people of merseyside, can after 23 years feel exonerated of blame, for any of the allegations (unsubstantiated) leveled against them
2) the families of those that lost loved ones, now have a direction to go to persue closure for their loss of loved ones
as an aside but relevant to 1 and 2
those that were responsible/culpable for the deaths of 96 people, hopefully will now face justice for their actions/inactions.
whether families who suffered loss will actually be at rest is unknown.............but the families who have been deceived for so long, deserve the chance of justice, doing what it should do to find out.
hope this helps
Edited by GURNER, 12 September 2012 - 07:28 PM.