Monday marks the 30th anniversary of the tribunetragedien at the Hillsborough Stadium in Sheffield.
In total, 96 Liverpool fans were crushed to death and 766 injured in connection with the FA Cup semi-final between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest because of the crowded grandstands 15. april 1989.
of Which died 94 on the day. Three days later the dead 14-year-old Lee Nicol of his injuries, and in march 1993, Tony Bland taken off of his respirator and died after having been outside of the consciousness in four years. He thus became the accident 96. and last victim.
It is the worst stadiontragedie in british history, and 30 years later haunt the remains of English football.
on the question of Guilt in the case against the vagtansvarlige chief of police during the tragedy are still not settled.
In the beginning of april had to a jury, after 29 hours of deliberation to recognize that it could not determine whether it would need to know David Duckenfield guilty for the deaths that occurred in connection with the FA Cup semi-final in 1989.
the police chief was prosecuted for gross negligence manslaughter on 95 of the 96 people who died.
Duckenfield has acknowledged that he made mistakes along the way, but pleaded "not guilty" in the charges. It reports the BBC.
The first messages from the police concluded that many of the Liverpool supporters had been drunk and in virtue of their behavior bar are to blame for the deaths of many.
however, It has later proved that the police in Sheffield probably even have had a big share in that battle developed into a disaster.
In autumn 2012, it emerged that the police along the way changed in the 164 witness statements to get placed responsibility on the part of the fans. Therefore, all documents in the case once again analysed, in an attempt to get the truth out.
In april 2014 began the first interviews of the relatives. Two years later, a jury forward to the 96 victims died as a result of a criminal act.
According to the judgment, closed the police for many fans at the same time as you neglected to open up the tunnel leading into the tilskuerafsnittene.
It led to the large amount of fans were crushed.
After 27 years of waiting, they got the survivors finally the court's word that it was the police and not the fans, which was the cause of the tragedy.
Monday marks the day with commemorative ceremonies in Liverpool. Banners with pictures of the 96 fans are hung up on the historical building of St George's Hall, just that there is being held a minute of silence in the city at 15.06 local time.
the City to stand together in loyalty, says Liverpool's mayor, Joe Anderson, according to the BBC.
- The 96 victims will never be forgotten. Even though the city is divided into different fodboldalliancer, we have always stood together to support the bereaved families and the survivors of Hillsborough. And we will continue.