Peter Wright, chief constable of South Yorkshire Police at the time when 96 people died at Hillsborough.
On 12 September 2012, the Hillsborough Independent Panel concluded that no Liverpool fans were responsible for the deaths, and that attempts had been made by the authorities to conceal what had happened, including the censorship by police of 164 statements relating to the disaster.
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The independent report, now accepted by the UK government, found:
2. As many as 41 of those who died could have survived if they had been given medical help.
5. Peter Wright, the then chief constable of South Yorkshire Police, wanted to ensure his force wasn't blamed for the tragedy.
6. David Duckenfield, the chief superintendent in charge of policing at Hillsborough on the day, lied when he said fans forced their way through an exit gate, causing the crush.
Sir Norman Bettison is now Chief Constable of West Yorkshire Police.
Dr Stefan Popper, the coroner, made sure that evidence of failures in the emergency response were not heard.