Kelvin MacKenzie has lawyered up against South Yorkshire Police accusing them of ruining his life and putting him in physical danger with the lies their officers told. He’s given his side of the story to the Spectator:
‘Now I know — you know, we all know — that the fans were right. But it took 23 years, two inquiries, one inquest and research into 400,000 documents, many of which were kept secret under the 30-year no-publication rule, to discover there was a vast cover-up by South Yorkshire Police about the disaster. Where does that leave me?’
Kelvin MacKenzie's lawyers write to South Yorkshire police: ex-Sun editor says in the new Spectator he wants an apology http://t.co/IWZMjcYf
— Fraser Nelson (@FraserNelson) September 26, 2012
His lawyer is demanding an apology, with terms….
Kelvin: 'C4 has found something interesting to put on its lamentable news programme but the people who have got away scot-free are SYP.'
— Steerpike (@MrSteerpike) September 26, 2012