A survivor of the Hillsborough disaster has accused West Midlands Police of unforgivable behaviour over the way they investigated the tragedy.
The force was called in after the disaster to look into how officers from South Yorkshire Police handled events on the day.
Nick Braley - who lived for a number of years in Staffordshire - came forward as a witness to help establish what had actually happened at the ground.
He says he was wrongly accused of being a political agitator who was anti-police as Keith Wilkinson reports.
West Midlands Police issued a full statement in light of the findings.
"Our thoughts remain with the family and friends of loved ones who died in the Hillsborough tragedy. West Midlands Police co-operated fully with the inquest and welcomed the transparency it brought. We sincerely hope it finally brings closure for the families affected by that terrible day."
Paul Murray from Stoke-on-Trent was 14-years-old when he travelled the match on a Liverpool Supporters' Club coach.
David Birtle was born in West Bromwich and died aged 22. He worked as an HGV driver and lived in Cannock with his father, James Saunders.
Paul Clark was working as an apprentice electrician in Derbyshire. On the day drove with a friend and his father, who both survived.