South Yorkshire Police Doctored Hillsborough Evidence In Bid To Escape Blame: The Nightly EPL
The Independent newspaper is first on the scene tonight with evidence showing that South Yorkshire Police doctored Hillsborough evidence in a bid to escape blame. The newspaper is reporting that several documents had been doctored to paint the police department in a more positive light as a result of what happened on that fateful day in 1989 when Liverpool played Nottingham Forest in the FA Cup semi-final at Hillsborough Stadium in Sheffield, England.
I’m sure we’ll find out a ton more information when the Hillsborough Independent Panel report is released tomorrow.
Here are the latest Premier League and England news headlines:
- Hillsborough – police did doctor evidence in bid to avoid blame — The Independent
- Giorgos Karagounis joins Fulham on a free transfer — Premier League
- Robin van Persie limps off for Holland as precautionary measure — The Guardian
- Hillsborough families call for new inquests — The Daily Telegraph
- England and Ireland likely to contest a friendly in London next year — Sky Sports
- Kenny Dalglish: How horror of Hillsborough still haunts me — The Mirror
- Liverpool fly-on-the-wall documentary leaves more questions than answers — The Guardian
- Gabriel Agbonlahor wants to play in central role for Aston Villa — The Independent
- England’s empty stands and lack of ideas in post-Games anticlimax — The Guardian
- Everton express interest in League of Ireland teenager Kevin Feely — The Independent
- Frank Lampard saves England a point as Ukraine pay the penalty — The Guardian
- Swansea City’s Kyle Bartley injured for three months — The Daily Mail
- Norwich’s David Fox has signed a new two-year contract at Carrow Road — Sky Sports
- John Terry and Ashley Cole battling to be fit for Chelsea’s game at QPR — The Guardian
Meanwhile, Joey Barton traveled to Liverpool recently and sat down with survivors from the Hillsborough Disaster, for this very informative video:
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