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Hillsborough disaster inquest verdict: Jury rules 96 fans were 'unlawfully killed' and fans were not to blameThe 96 people killed in the Hillsborough disaster were unlawfully killed as police made errors, a long-standing inquest has concluded. The jury this morning reached a verdict that those who died in th

e 1989 tragedy were unlawfully killed. The 96 Liverpool fans died in a crush during the FA Cup semi final between the Anfield club and Nottingham Forest on April 15 1989. A further 766 were injured. The jury heard two years of evidence before retiring at the start of April. Read more:Judge delivers verdict in Hillsborough disaster inquest Supporters are crushed against the barrier at the Liverpool v Nottingham Forest FA Cup semi-final (Image: Getty) Relatives of Hillsborough victims arrive at Birchwood Park to hear the conclusions of the Hillsborough inquest (Image: Getty Image排列三855前后关系 s) The six women and three men were given a list of 14 questions they had to answer. They also had to complete individual questionnaires for each of the victims, recording a time and cause of death. A relative holds a photograph as he arrives to hear the jury deliver its verdict at the new inquests into the Hillsborough disaster (Image: REUTERS/Andrew Yates) Donna Miller holds a photograph of her brother Paul Carlile (Image: REUTERS/Phil Noble) In answering the general questionnaire, the jury had to make decisions on a number of key topics. The questions they were asked to consider, and the answer Question one - YES. “Do you agree with the following statement: Ninety-six people died as a result of the disaster at Hillsborough stadium on April 15, 1989, due to crushing in the central pens of the Leppings Lane terrace, following the admission of a large number of supporters to the stadium through exit gates.” An injured fan receiving attention on the pitch (Image: PA) Question two - YES. “Was there any error or omission in police planning and preparation for the semi-final on April 15, 1989, which caused or contributed to the dangerous situation that developed on the day of the match?” MPs Steve Rotherham and Andy Burnham arrive to hear the jury deliver its verdict (Image: REUTERS/Phil Noble) Question three - YES. “Was there any error or omission in policing on the day of the match which caused or contributed to a dangerous situation developing at the Leppings Lane turnstiles?” Question four- YES. “Was there any error or omission by commanding officers which caused or contributed to the crush on the terrace?” David Du

ckenfield (Image: Julian Hamilton/Daily Mirror) Question five- YES. “When the order was given to open the exit gates at the Leppings Lane end of the stadium, was there any error or omission by the commanding office

rs in the control box which caused or contributed to the crush on the terrace?” The inquest jury had to make decisions on a number of key topics (Image: Liverpool Echo) Question six - YES. “Are you satisfied, so that you are sure, that those who died in the disaster were unlawfully killed?” Question seven - NO. Was there any behaviour on the part of the football supporters which caused or contributed to the dangerous situation at the Leppings Lane turnstiles?” An ambulance on the pitch during the 1989 tragedy (Image: Getty Images / Bob Thomas) Question eight - YES. “Were there any features of the design, construction and layout of the stadium which you consider were dangerous or defective and which caused or contributed to the disaster?” Question nine- YES. “Was there any error or omission in the safety certification and oversight of Hillsborough Stadium that caused or contributed to the disaster?” 9

6 balloons fly away during a memorial service marking the 26th anniversary (Image: Liverpool FC - Handout) Question 10- YES. “Was there any error or omission by Sheffield Wednesday and its staff in the management of the stadium and/or preparation for the semi-final match on April 15, 1989, which caused or contributed to the dangerous situation that developed on the day of the match?” Question 11 - NO. “Was there any error or omission by Sheffield Wednesday and its staff on April 15, 1989, which caused or contributed to the dangerous situation that developed at the Leppings Lane turnstiles and in the west terrace?” Liverpool goalkeeper Bruce Grobbelaar unaware of the crush on the terraces behind him (Image: Getty) Question 12 - YES. “Should Eastwood and Partners [the structural engineers] have done more to detect and advise on any unsafe or unsatisfactory features of Hillsborough stadium which caused or contributed to the disaster?” Question 13 - YES. “After the crush in the west terrace had begun to develop, was there any error or omission by the police which caused or contributed to the loss of lives in the disaster?” Question 14 - YES. “After the crush in the west terrace had begun to develop, was there any error or omission by the ambulance service (SYMAS) which caused or contributed to the loss of lives in the disaster?” Hillsborough inquest - 1st May 2015View gallery Read MoreHillsborough disaster inquestJurys decisionFootballs darkest daySteven Gerrard pays tributeAnfield remembersFamilies emotional reactionRelatives sing Youll Never Walk Alone9 heroes from HillsboroughCPS considers charges