A former constable has been accused of lying under oath - after a note about the policing of the Hillsborough disaster was apparently "wiped from history". The inquest jury were told that a message from officers - calling for the gates to be shut at the back of the Leppings Lane tunnel - was received by the police control room. But that note, recorded in a log on the day after the disaster, vanished from all subsequent documents.
A police officer has told the Hillsborough inquests that he thought he felt a pulse in a schoolboy victim after trying to resuscitate him.
A former chief constable has been accused of saying police wanted to concoct a story that Liverpool fans were drunk and disorderly.
Investigators looking at the Hillsborough disaster want to trace 18 who helped victims on April 15th 1989.