I CHANGE MY PROFILE PICTURE FOR HILLSBOROUGH APRIL 15TH 1989

IN MEMORY OF THE 96 LIVES LOST AT HILLSBOROUGH. WE CHANGE OUR PROFILE PICTURE EVERY YEAR AS A MARK OF RESPECT TO ALL THE FAMILY, FRIENDS WHO LOST SOMEONE ON THAT SAD DAY. R.I.P.

I WANTED TO SEE HOW MANY ON FACEBOOK CHANGED THEIR PROFILE PICTURE TO SHOW RESPECT TO THE 96..........LETS SHOW PEOPLE WHO WE ARE...GARY

http://www.liverpoolfc.tv/news/drilldown/N164023090415-1935.htm

A blatant denial of the truth
By Brian Reade

It's only when you stare at the changed statements that the scale of the cover-up hits home.

If the words of police officers were altered so shamelessly today, would it be tolerated? Had it happened at a gathering outside a football ground 20 years ago, would society have accepted that public servants could so brazenly pervert justice? This blatant denial of the truth is a sore that has festered for 20 years. It backs the view that from

Day One a decision was taken to shift culpability from the police.

Trevor Hicks, who lost two daughters, says an Establishment figure told him Margaret Thatcher decided the police must escape blame. Looking at the corruption of these statements backs up his claim. It's why families are after full disclosure of ALL documents including those surrounding the first meeting between Thatcher and police, when the tone was set.

A tone given away by her adviser Bernard Ingham who came out to tell the Press that the cause of the disaster was a "tanked-up mob".

Look at the changes to these statements, see how it ties in with that agenda, then ask how Britain has tolerated such a flagrant injustice for so long.

And how we owe it to the dead and bereaved to put it right..

Were you one of the officers whose statement was changed? Call Mirror newsdesk on 0800 282 591 or email: [email protected]


these are the pdf files that the police sensored
http://videos.icnetwork.co.uk/m4/Hillsboroughcoverup.pdf

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bbc over 30mins for the 2oth anniversary
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i don't know how many people read all the post on this group. i think i have read nearly all. if not all.
the warmth of the comments and tributes to the ninety six, and all people involved on that tragic day will always be here for people to read at a later day if you have not
the topics, the pictures and most of all your support is a treasured by the familes and friends of all who died in the athemath of the hillsborough tradgedy.
every fan. human being who has contributed their time to join and show support on this the 20th anniversary of hillsborough.
there are 96 angels looking down on you and smiling back
i would like you all to read this if you can
step back and look at yourself in a mirror.any mirror.. SMILE!! because you have done yourselves something to be very proud of. A SPECIAL THANKS TO EVERYONE THAT HAVE HELPED THE GROUP GROW TO OVER 8,000
THANK YOU

Gary Cain
Youl'll Never Walk Alone

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A Friend has a group....i realy think you should add yourself and show your support, and add jeni at the same time. truly wonderful and a true liverpool fan. Y.N.W.A. Gary
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Dalglish breaks disaster silence

Kenny Dalglish managed Liverpool from 1985 to 1991
Football legend Kenny Dalglish has broken his 20-year silence on the Hillsborough disaster, saying that the kick-off should have been delayed.

Ninety-six fans were crushed to death at Sheffield Wednesday's stadium as Liverpool took on Nottingham Forest in an FA Cup semi-final on 15 April 1989.

Dalglish, who was manager of Liverpool at the time, said it was something "nobody should forget".

He said police and the FA should have considered delaying the match.

The crush happened when Liverpool fans who had not got into the ground by the time the game kicked off were allowed into an already-crowded section of terracing at the Leppings Lane end of the ground. It's something that everybody wished had never happened but I think it's also something that nobody should forget

Kenny Dalglish

Supporters at the front of the terrace were pushed against metal fencing, which at the time was a common feature of English football stadiums to prevent pitch invasions.

Many fans tried to escape by climbing over the fence or being pulled up by other supporters in to the upper tier. In addition to the 96 who died, several hundred were injured.

The game was stopped after six minutes.

Dalglish, who also played for Liverpool for many years, as well as Celtic and Scotland, said: "The easiest thing to do is just to put the kick-off back a bit. That's no problem for anybody.
Fans spilled on to the pitch to avoid the crush on the terraces

"If the police are talking to the FA and the FA have got to make that call, there wouldn't have been any resentment or disagreement with the people in the dressing room, neither Brian Clough [the Nottingham Forest manager at the time] or ourselves certainly.

"It's something that everybody wished had never happened but I think it's also something that nobody should forget."

He added: "We made sure somebody with Liverpool connections was at every funeral and I think the families really respected that.

"The boys weren't obtrusive in any way, they sat back and let the families get on with the grieving but they were there, their presence was there, but they didn't need to have anybody coming up and telling them how grateful they were to have been there, they were there because they wanted to be there."

Dalglish was interviewed for a programme to mark the 20th anniversary of the disaster, the first time he has spoken on camera about the events.


It's something that everybody wished had never happened but I think it's also something that nobody should forget

Kenny Dalglish

THREE ANGELS CAME A CALLING By Gary Cain

THREE ANGELS CAME A CALLING
TO HELP US IN OUR TOIL
WE WHERE THREE NIL DOWN TO CHELSEA
AND THE BIGGEST HELP WAS NEEDED
TO EVEN UP THE SCORE

THE GAME IT STARTED WELL
AND THE KOP WAS IN FULL ROAR
BUT WE NEEED TO WIN BY THREE
AND ONWARDS TO ROME WE'D GO

WE ALL WANTED THIS FINAL
ON THIS THE 20TH ANNIVERSARY
TO SHOW OUR 96
HOW SPECIAL WE COULD BE

THE GAME WAS TIGHT, LIVERPOOL ON THE UP
THE BALL WAS FLOATED TO THE GOAL
BY OUR CAPTIAN STEVIE G
AND THERE TO MEET THE HEADER
WAS JON-PAUL GILHOOLEY

NOW ONE NIL UP.WE STARTED TO PLAY
A LOVELY BALL TO BOX
AND THE KOP ROARED
AS BY MAGIC LEE NICOL PUT IT IN

THE REDS WHERE MIGHTY
EVERY EFFORT PUT IN
WE NEEDED ANOTHER GOAL
TO HAVE THIS GREAT WIN

THE FINAL WHISTLE WAS ABOUT TO BE BLOWN
NINETY SIX MINUTES ON THE CLOCK
WE HAVE fOUGHT HARD FOR TWENTY YEARS
AND WERE NOT GOING TO LET THEM DOWN

A MAGICAL BALL FROM XABI
OPENED UP THE BLUES
A CHANNELLED RUN FROM TORRES
LEFT HIM ON HIS OWN
HE DRIFTED WITH THE SPEED OFF LIGHT

PAST TWO DEFENDERS. NOW TERRY IN HIS SIGHT
HE LOOKED ACROSS THE PITCH
AND THERE WAS VICTORIA JANE HICKS
UNMARKED, AND ON HER OWN

THE BALL WAS PASSED QUICKLY
AND SHE HEADED TOWARDS THE GOAL
PETR CECH CAME OUT SO QUICKLY
TO SAVE THIS WINNING GOAL

BUT ALL THE 96 WHERE WATCHING
AS SHE CHIPPED THE BALL TO GOAL
ONE BOUNCE AND THEY BLEW IT IN
AND OFF TO ROME WE GO

THE KOP THEY ROARED US ON
ON THAT WONDERFUL DAY
BUT REMEMBER OUR 96, THEY SENT US
ON OUR WAY.....
THEY SENT
THREE ANGELS CALLING

AND THAT HOW IT STAYED