Trevor Hicks from Keighley lost two daughters at the Hillsborough tragedy. He's given his reaction of Sir Norman Bettison's retirement, calling for him to lose his knighthood.
Relatives of the Hillsborough victims have met in Liverpool for the first time since the publication of a damning report which said there'd been a cover up after the tragedy in which 96 fans died to try to shift blame from the police to the fans themselves. Trevor Hicks lost two daughters.
Trevor Hicks, from Keighley, West Yorkshire, who lost daughters Vicky, 15, and Sarah, 19, in the tragedy, said the families would not speculate on what charges should be brought before they had reviewed the evidence.
Reviews have been ordered South Yorkshire Police, police authorities in West Yorkshire into the actions of Sir Norman Bettison, and West Midlands, which also conducted an investigation into the disaster.
Sir Norman has today said he does not blame the fans for the tragedy,
That is despite a statement yesterday saying the fans behaviour made the policing job "harder than it needed to be".
Mr Hicks said the Hillsborough Families Support Group, does not accept his statements about his role and pledged that the families will follow all the reviews and inquiries closely.
Trevor Hicks from Keighley, whose daughters died in the Hillsborough tragedy, has rejected the apology from Sir Norman Bettison about who was to blame for the disaster.
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The Sun and its former editor Kelvin MacKenzie have issued apologies for reports blaming the fans for the Hillsborough Disaster, but Trevor Hicks, who heads up the Hillsborough Families Support Group, says it is: "too little, too late".
Trevor Hicks, whose two daughters died at Hillsborough, says that Sir Norman Bettison should resign from his position as Chief Constable of West Yorkshire Police. It follows the discovery that South Yorkshire Police tried to shift the blame for what happened onto the fans after the tragedy.
Sir Norman Bettison was serving with the force at the time and was involved in the investigation. Following his role there he went on to become Chief Constable of Merseyside Police before taking up his current position.