Operation Resolve appeal for witnesses; calling Leeds fans

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Operation Resolve is looking to speak to Leeds United supporters who were at Hillsborough for the 1987 semi-final between Leeds United and Coventry City. There are over 70 comments on this blog from Leeds fans who were there, which can be read here: 

http://thehillsboroughdisasterdocumentary.com/2011/11/18/hillsborough-leeds-v-coventry-1987-semi-final/#comment-1815

This is the message from Graham Coates at Operation Resolve: 

Operation Resolve is the independent criminal investigation into the deaths of 96 Liverpool supporters at Hillsborough Stadium on 15/4/89. The investigation team is also providing assistance to the Coroner, Lord Justice Goldring, in relation to the inquests, which commenced on 31st March 2014.

In November 2011 I requested responses from Leeds fans who would be willing to be interviewed about their experiences of the Leeds v Coventry 1987 semi-final at Hillsborough. Operation Resolve  is keen to speak with a number of you who kindly responded in order to collate evidence of comparison between the two fixtures for both the criminal and coronial inquiries.

Operation Resolve are requesting that Martin Keat, Martin Tustin-Smith, Marc Gibbons, Ed McKenna, Chris Hancock, Martin Hardwick, Mark Ezart, Andrew Woodhead, Ian Simpson, John McDonald, D Scott, Paul Brace, Stephen Foden, Ady Smith, Jon Roberts, Rob Jesse and Paul Noon, Andrew Vause, Eddie Welby, Ian Harris46, Neil Parker, Tony Hepworth, Darren Taylor, Liam, Dean Jarvis, Craig Myers, Leedsleedsleeds, Paul Brace, Ian Job, Martin and Paul Trigg contact them via the Operation Resolve website (operationresolve.co.uk) and mark responses for the attention of Detective Inspector Graham Coates.”

 

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