We have gone a long way since the infamous Hillsborough disaster. 96 people were killed. Victims’ friends and families were shocked and emotionally broken. But like that was not enough, the South Yorkshire police blamed the football supporters. But the people did not give up; they fought for the justice for their loved ones. They fought for 28 years and the day when we can see the distant end of this terrible nightmare has finally come. 6 people have been charged with offences including misconduct, preventing the course of justice and manslaughter. Is this the justice people deserve though? Is this something we should congratulate and regard as success? Whatever it is, it is definitely not a success for Hillsborough disaster’s victims due to the following 2 reasons. It is, however, a lesson we need to remember for the future. Continue reading
Rassam Ali. A man who should not have gone to prison. But he did. A man who was not supposed to win an appeal and overturn his conviction. But he did. A man who was chosen to show an example of what will happen to perpetrators involved in Rotherham child abuse scandal. But now he is just another name to include in miscarriages of justice statistics. Continue reading
Unfortunately, the home secretary Amber Rudd has rejected an inquiry into the Battle of Orgreave, Travis, A. from The Guardian has reported. Reasons for such decision included:
- A fact that no deaths or wrongful convictions occurred as a result of the clashes and
- Lack of possible lessons that the Police could learn from the inquiry.