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Hillsborough - Inquest Verdicts - Tuesday 26th April

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MichaelA:
Reds across the world have a series of emotional days ahead in the coming weeks.

The final memorial service at Anfield takes place this Friday. During the Memorial service all of our Boards, except Hillsborough Memorial Board, locked from 2:45pm-3:45pm. Our Hillsborough Memorial site banner will be displayed on RAWK.

The Inquests verdict will be due from the jury in the imminent future. We cannot prejudge the outcome, but we plan to do the following:

Verdict Day: All Boards, except Hillsborough Memorial Board, locked for the day. We will reinstate the original Hillsborough Forum that has been under wraps for the duration of the inquests. That Board will revert to it's original purpose - a place to share news, for discussion and for pursuing Justice for the 96. We will also display a new site banner relating to the outcome.

Other boards will reopen at our discretion over the subsequent period, dependent upon the outcome. In the event of a positive finding, then we will likely lock the boards from the morning until the evening to allow people time to read and take things in. If the outcome is unfavourable, we may lock things down for longer, overnight at the minimum, possibly longer to assess user feedback and the thoughts of the families and campaigners.

In all respects when posting, please consider the feelings of the families of the 96, and those fellow Reds who survived the Hillsborough Disaster. Please also consider that these boards, other sites and social media will be under scrutiny from individuals and agencies seeking to discredit Liverpool fans.

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MichaelA:
Boards closing shortly.

http://www.liverpoolfc.com/hillsborough/lfctv-coverage

MichaelA:
Coverage now live from Anfield.

MichaelA:

--- Quote from: MichaelA on April 15, 2016, 09:30:00 AM ---The Inquests verdict will be due from the jury in the imminent future. We cannot prejudge the outcome, but we plan to do the following:

Verdict Day: All Boards, except Hillsborough Memorial Board, locked for the day. We will reinstate the original Hillsborough Forum that has been under wraps for the duration of the inquests. That Board will revert to it's original purpose - a place to share news, for discussion and for pursuing Justice for the 96. We will also display a new site banner relating to the outcome.

Other boards will reopen at our discretion over the subsequent period, dependent upon the outcome. In the event of a positive finding, then we will likely lock the boards from the morning until the evening to allow people time to read and take things in. If the outcome is unfavourable, we may lock things down for longer, overnight at the minimum, possibly longer to assess user feedback and the thoughts of the families and campaigners.

In all respects when posting, please consider the feelings of the families of the 96, and those fellow Reds who survived the Hillsborough Disaster. Please also consider that these boards, other sites and social media will be under scrutiny from individuals and agencies seeking to discredit Liverpool fans.

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Verdicts due tomorrow morning - the site will go read from around 10am. The Hillsborough Board will be available for new updates.

Reds Flag:
BBC news article:

"Jurors have reached a majority decision on whether the 96 victims of the Hillsborough disaster were unlawfully killed.
The jury of six women and three men had been deliberating since 6 April after hearing evidence for two years.
The forewoman said at least seven of the nine jurors had reached agreement on the unlawful killing question in a 14-section questionnaire.
The conclusions will be formally returned at 11:00 BST on Tuesday.
The jury had already reached unanimous conclusions for 13 of the questions. Question six asked whether the 96 were unlawfully killed.
Coroner Sir John Goldring said on Monday he would accept a majority decision at the hearing in Warrington, Cheshire."

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-36128693

A difficult wait until tomorrow for many, but we all hope that justice will be done.

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