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Originally posted by AngryAlien
Originally posted by lifeform11
so your saying the doors should be left open all across American sports stadiums and arena's and it is the peoples choice whether to enter or not, you are saying nobody is responsible for how many people should be let in and they can pack stadiums/arena's as much as they like and if it becomes overcrowded and a crush occurs as a result, then it is peoples own fault for entering after paying or already having a ticket.
We know the capacity of our stadiums and only sell enough tickets to safely accomidate people. If people cram themselves into a place, on their own accord, they are at fault. Have some civility, don't push or shove, and calmly walk into the stadium...edit on 20-9-2012 by AngryAlien because: (no reason given)
The biggest ever independent investigation into police wrongdoing is to be carried out following damning reports into the Hillsborough disaster.
The IPCC police watchdog and director of public prosecutions have announced they will both launch inquiries into possible crimes committed by police.
The IPCC said both serving and former officers would be investigated over the deaths of 96 Liverpool fans in 1989.
The names of 1,444 former and serving police officers have been passed to the Independent Police Complaints Commission as part of its investigation into the Hillsborough disaster.
Home Affairs Committee chairman Keith Vaz told MPs the "huge number" had been revealed to him in a letter from South Yorkshire Police's chief constable.
The government said the number showed the "enormity" of the investigation.
"beyond the scale of anything the IPCC has done before"