Isn't there a law against tampering with evidence? What must follow is justice. What I'd like to see is the cold hard justice of the British legal system in full force - directed squarely at those responsible for this, in my view, criminal cover-up.
I knew three people who had gone to the match, so just hoped that they'd be ok. They were Rick Jones and his girlfriend Tracey - both of whom I'd been at Sheffield university with until the previous year - and one of my best friends Fran McCallister, a fireman and doorman, a colossus.
The recent debate in the House of Commons over releasing documents related to the Hillsborough disaster was not really a debate at all. There was no dissent. All present agreed that all documents should be released. "Brilliant result", one might say. Or was it?
Apologies from Margaret Thatcher, Bernard Ingham, The Sun, Kelvin McKenzie, David Duckinfield and the police may go some way to soothing the pain...but the release of all documents, including cabinet briefings, will help us move on.