‘Hillsborough: How They Buried The Truth’: BBC Panorama Episode [VIDEO]

hillsborough panorama doc Hillsborough: How They Buried The Truth: BBC Panorama Episode [VIDEO]

Tonight BBC One aired the latest Panorama episode, this one entitled Hillsborough: How They Buried The Truth.

The episode reveals previously unbroadcast footage that proves that the coroner’s ruling that no spectators could have been saved after the 3:15pm time was untrue.

Plus the BBC documentary examines how police, politicians, lawyers and judges all played a part in burying the truth about Britain’s worst football disaster.

To learn more about the truth regarding Hillsborough, take a look at our resources.


Hillsborough BBC Panorama Documentary by lfmostar

Other documentaries to watch about Hillsborough include:

Hillsborough — Never Forgotten,

Hillsborough: Searching for the Truth.


4 thoughts on “‘Hillsborough: How They Buried The Truth’: BBC Panorama Episode [VIDEO]”

  1. So nothing about Thatcher in a cover up…but info about Blair and co not wanting to persue…interesting… Perhaps more will come out after the conclusion of this new inquiry.

    How these families have continued this fight in the face of such obstruction at all levels is quite incredible. These family’s need closure…with so many false conclusions to this point…how can they be expected to believe it.

    What if the new report says their was not conspiracy by Thatcher…will the families believe it? Should they believe it?

    A truly horrible event and disgusting behavior and abuse of those with power connected to the events.

    I hope there is truth and Justice for those victims and their families…it’s just hard to see they will get it.

  2. Pity nothing was mentioned in this documentary about the FA’s involvement in this matter. Allowing Hillsborough to be used for a major event without a safety certificate. They are as much to blame as the rest of the establishment and hopefully they will be held accountable in due course.

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