If you follow the links I provided, you'll probably come to the conclusion that the families do know much of what happened... ...but that perhaps the establishment haven't learned their lessons. It's hard to change in response to failure, when you have denied being responsible in the first place. Yes, I'm talking about the South Yorkshire Police in the first instance, but also about the government involvement, the press reaction, the approach of the judiciary in the inquests, and the West Midlands Police, in their investigate into SYP. It's not about 'closure', it is about Justice. It is about all parties concerned owning up to their failures, and thinking of ways to ensure 'this' doesn't happen again. 'This' being the deceit and and the harm that it has done to a large number of families, a football club and even an entire city. This is patronising, and not a little inflammatory. Let the people who suffered decide whether they want to live through a 'long investigation process'. And they have decided; they don't want to be brushed under the carpet any longer - they want a the truth to come out, and to be proclaimed from the rooftops. How dare you speak for them! And who exactly is there whom we would blame, but have already suffered enough? The key officers in the South Yorks Police were all allowed to retire on lucrative pensions or to continue without experiencing any impediment in their careers. The Whitehall mandarins who were complicit haven't lost a night's sleep. The Sun only apologised years later, when they were desperate to recover their circulation, and their Editor, Kelvin McKenzie has repeatedly said that he has nothing to apologise for and that he only printed the truth. And the two Justice's involved in the inquests have escaped censure, and there has been nothing put in place to prevent a similar charade if another event were to occur. In UK law, there is no 'Statute of Limitations'. There is no time limit after which we don't care about certain crimes. Crimes were committed in 1989 involving the deaths of 96 innocent people, and 23 years later nobody has been brought to account.