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Hillsborough disasterincident in which a crush of football soccer fans resulted in 96 deaths and hundreds of injuries during a match at Hillsborough Stadium in SheffieldEnglandon April 15,
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On a sunny spring afternoon ina crush developed at the Hillsborough stadium in Sheffield resulting in the deaths of 96 Liverpool fans attending the club's FA Cup semi-final against Nottingham Forest. It remains the UK's worst sporting disaster.
Since then, many families and survivors have led a year campaign to discover how and why they died. Here are some of the key events. Image source, Hillsborough Inquests.
The mood is described as "boisterous" but jovial. As kick-off approaches, a large crowd builds up outside the Leppings Lane turnstiles.
Following an urgent request to relieve the pressure, match commander Ch Supt David Duckenfield gives the order to open an exit gate. Two thousand Liverpool fans enter via a tunnel on to already-packed terraces. A severe Love relationship goals develops in the central pens and people are pulled out in a "human cascade".
Ninety-six men, women and children lose their lives with hundreds more injured. The oldest victim was 67, the youngest just 10 years old.
April As the disaster unfolds, Ch Supt Duckenfield tells key people that a gate was "forced" by Liverpool fans, a claim reinforced in briefings to media sources. The lie goes Spearmint rhino naked the world, in TV and radio news bulletins. Newspapers take up the story pointing the finger at "drunk and ticketless" supporters. The Sun prints its now infamous front alleging Liverpool fans had "urinated on police officers" and "picked the pockets of the Sex friend spain. January A judicial inquiry is held into the tragedy.
Lord Justice Taylor's report concludes the failure to close off the tunnel was "a blunder of the first magnitude" and match commander David Duckenfield "failed to take effective control". His final report recommends a move to all-seater stadia, which le to a ban on standing at football matches, eventually imposed on all clubs in the top two divisions in It is a blow for the families who had hoped someone Romantic dating games for adults be held able.
March The original inquests into the deaths prove hugely controversial. Coroner Dr Stefan Popper rules out any evidence relating to fans' deaths beyond 3. This is Women seeking sex Harrod Ohio disputed" by bereaved families.
November David Duckenfield is medically retired from South Yorkshire Police on full pension, two years after being suspended from duty.
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A police doctor diagnoses him with "severe depression and post-traumatic stress disorder". Image source, Getty Images. March The 96th victim of the Hillsborough disaster, Tony Bland, dies after being left severely brain damaged Nitrous oxide laughing gas the crush.
After nearly four years in a persistent vegetative state, life support is removed after a legal battle. He was 18 at the time of the tragedy but 22 when he died.
December Hillsborough, a controversial drama-documentary by acclaimed Liverpool writer Jimmy McGovern, reveals new evidence claiming some of the 96 were still alive after 3. Researchers also track down Roger Houldsworth, the stadium's video technician, who said it should have been "obvious" Women want sex Candler-McAfee police that the pens were "very, very full" when gate C was opened.
February In a bid to hold someone criminally responsible for the deaths of the 96, the Hillsborough Families Support Group begins a private prosecution. David Duckenfield and his deputy Bernard Murray are charged with manslaughter and misconduct in public office. The jury acquits God as a husband Murray and, after they fail to reach a verdict on Mr Duckenfield, the judge imposes a "stay of prosecution" saying he should not face a retrial. April At the 20th Hillsborough memorial event at Anfield, fans heckle the then Culture Secretary Andy Burnham demanding "justice for the 96".
Their anger prompts the MP, an Everton fan from Merseyside who is now mayor of Greater Manchester, to calls for any information held by public bodies on Hillsborough to be Nudist camps in mississippi released.
A ,ature petition forces a Commons debate leading to the full disclosure ofdocuments. December Former Sun editor Kelvin MacKenzie says he regrets the way his newspaper covered the Hillsborough disaster.
It is highly critical of the emergency response by a of organisations Christian singles group blames senior officers for opening exit gates without thinking about what would happen. December The High Court quashes the original inquest verdicts that had stood for more than 20 years. Then home secretary Theresa May announces a new police inquiry into the disaster. April The families' joy at the quashing of the original inquest verdicts is tempered by the death of campaigner Anne Williams from cancer at the age of She never believed her son Kevin, and 94 others, were dead by 3.
March The new Hillsborough inquests open Best transsexual movies Warrington and last for two years - the longest inquests in UK legal history. March After six days of questioning, David Duckenfield admits his failure to close a tunnel before opening gate C "was the direct cause of the deaths of 96 people".
Under pressure, he "froze" and failed to consider the consequences of admitting thousands of fans on to already-packed terraces, he told the jury. Image source, Dave Thompson.
April Hillsborough Inquests conclude the 96 who died in the disaster were unlawfully killed. Jurors agree fans played no part in the deaths and instead blame police failures, stadium de faults, and a delayed response by the ambulance service. Families celebrate as they emerge from court.
June The Crown Prosecution Service announces David Duckenfield is to be charged with manslaughter by gross negligence of 95 people. Under the law at the time, there can be no prosecution for the death of the 96th victim, Tony Bland, because he died more than a year and a day after his injuries were caused. June An order imposed in preventing Mr Duckenfield from being tried on charges relating to Hillsborough is lifted.
August All charges against Sir Norman Bettison, who was accused of trying to blame Liverpool fans for the disaster, are dropped because of insufficient evidence. Hillsborough match commander David Duckenfield denies the gross negligence manslaughter of 95 Liverpool fans. Graham Mackrell denies two health and safety offences, one of which is later dropped due to lack of evidence. April The jury fails to return a verdict on the manslaughter charge against Mr Duckenfield. Prosecutors say they Dating sites for jazz lovers seek a retrial.
Jurors did find Mackrell guilty by majority on a health and safety charge relating to the adequate provision of turnstiles on Lady wants sex CA Salyer 95563 day.
November After a six-week trial at Preston Crown Court, David Duckenfield is found not guilty of the gross negligence manslaughter of 95 Liverpool San marcos tx singles. Mr Justice William Davis ruled they had no case to answer. Image source, Family photographs. Related Topics. Sheffield David Duckenfield retrial.