Mr Cain sir !
My remarks were made as a result of Liverpool FC, the Families support group and everyone else connected with Liverpool football club, refusing to stand up and admit that had a section of the fans turned up well in time for kick-off and had fans who did not have tickets for the game had stayed away, instead of trying to force their way in and this was raised by the coroner at the inquest, then perhaps the South Yorkshire Police might not have had to make the tragic decisions that they did.
Sadly we'll never know.
I am in no way deriding the seriousness of what can only be described as the most tragic day in Football, but i believe in order for full and true justice to be done, then an element of responsibility must be accepted by the above mentioned people.
As Mr Simper has also mentioned about Heysel, those that died there should also never be forgotten.
As neither should those at Bradford, or Ibrox.
I make no apologies for what i wrote, as i firmly believe, that no matter what mistakes or cover up's were commited by the authorities, individual actions from everyone that day had a bearing on what happened.
Then it's Trooper this, an Trooper that
And Trooper how's yer soul?
But it's "Hawks are bloody 'ero's"
When the tanks began to roll!