Lawyers acting on behalf of families of those killed in the Hillsborough disaster will on Monday write to the Attorney General demanding that new inquests be held in
High-profile lawyers for the campaign,
After the three-and-a-half hour meeting,
Mr Hicks, from Keighley, West Yorkshire, who lost daughters Vicky, 15, and Sarah, 19, in the disaster, said: "This goes beyond Hillsborough. What was exposed on Wednesday was a disgrace to the nation, not just the families ...This goes across society and it's important for society at large not to let this rest."
The statement on behalf of the HFSG, read: "The findings of the
"However, after truth must come justice. We have spoken today to our lawyers and taken initial advice.
"As the families have always believed and insisted, it was the actions and inaction of those in authority that caused the deaths at Hillsborough on
"The fans did not contribute to the tragedy. Any blame previously laid at their door has been shown to be part of a despicable conspiracy by those in authority to tarnish the reputations of the dead, the survivors of the disaster and the people of
"This conspiracy has been revealed for what it is; a bid to avoid accountability.
"Those responsible can avoid accountability no longer."
The HFSG said it had instructed its lawyers to send letters out to 'relevant parties', including the Attorney General and the Director of Public Prosecutions, to 'ensure that the machinery of the justice system is put into motion and the families receive a fair hearing'.
The HFSG says there are now three avenues which it will 'rigorously follow' in the search for justice: new inquests to be held in
The statement also claimed the families strongly condemn the comments made this week by Chief Constable of
On Saturday a complaint against the Chief Constable which emerged after the Hillsborough disclosures was referred to the police watchdog.
Sir Norman said he was 'pleased' to have the matter investigated.
Sir Norman was an off-duty
The panel found that 164 police statements were altered, 116 of them to remove or alter 'unfavourable' comments about the policing of the match and the unfolding disaster.
Reviews have been ordered by police authorities in
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