A lawyer acting for the families of Hillsborough victims believes a new inquest is the minimum requirement after Wednesday's revelations but has not ruled out legal action against those who contributed to the deaths of 96 fans.
The 389-page report by the
"I am privileged to act for the
"The HIP report published today is a truly damning indictment of officials and processes that have concealed the truth about Hillsborough for so long.
"The very people charged with looking after the safety of those Liverpool FC fans who died not only allowed and caused what happened, but then lied to avoid the blame, and cruelly blamed the victims for the failures.
"The welcome statements today by
"It is for
"Only then can a new inquest look to find the truth in public as is required.
"I would want to properly consider the vast body of new evidence before taking other steps, but it may well be that those persons who have lied, concealed and distorted evidence should now be brought to account before the law personally."
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