A jury has ruled that 96 soccer fans were 'unlawfully killed' in 1989 at Sheffield Wednesday's Hillsborough Stadium.
The 96 Liverpool soccer fans who were crushed to death in overcrowded sections at Hillsborough Stadium in 1989 were 'unlawfully killed' in a disaster caused by police actions, a jury concluded Tuesday.
A jury says 96 people who died in the 1989 Hillsborough disaster in Britain's worst sports stadium tragedy were unlawfully killed.
The 96 Liverpool fans who were crushed and trampled to death at a 1989 game in Sheffield, England, were the victims of police error or omission, a jury found.
Jury blames police, clears fans in 1989 Hillsborough Stadium soccer disaster- WARRINGTON, England — The families of 96 Liverpool ...
Liverpool fans did not cause or contribute to the disaster and police planning errors "caused or contributed" to the dangerous situation that developed on the
The 96 Liverpool fans who died in the Hillsborough football stadium disaster were unlawfully killed, a jury has concluded, finding Britain's worst sporting tragedy was partly down to police errors.
A UK jury has ruled that 96 football fans who lost their lives at Hillsborough Stadium almost three decades ago were 'unlawfully killed.' This reversed a previous verdict of 'accidental death.
Despite the inquest finding that 96 victims were unlawfully killed, Margaret Thatcher's former press secretary would not apologise
96 fans who died in the Hillsborough stadium disaster were unlawfully killed, an inquest has decided.