Justice for the 96 - what matters here is that justice is seen to be done for all to be witnessed on an unequivocal basis. However, it is not in this case of our loss due to certain self exhonerating individuals who say they have moved onto other jobs/employment now and therefore it has nothing to do with them.
Many people in the past have even gone to the extent of changing their identities to avoid justice. Balance this with some who to this day still deny their participation of action/inaction and reporting responsibility of the actual events of that terrible day.
There is no care, they are covering themselves with new activities and pastimes. After all it has been many years. What about the families who have had to cope with empty beds and empty chairs, no favourite foods or clothing to shop for - only tears when picking up a remembered once held favourite?
Is it not surprising that personal effects are kept alive as they once were, their personal possessions are still here though they themselves are now gone, through no fault of their own?
What about the need for justice?
Was/Is it only one paper that behaved this way after the events of 15th April 1989? Yes, and they thought that their manufactured stereotypes were an understood agreement across Fleet Street with their irreverent penchant, but at least Fleet Street did not believe in the 'percieved collective wisdom' of the individual ignorance of that paper and it's history of continual screw ups.
We do not seek 'revenge' for painful slights against us, we seek justice and accountability for mistakes and ommissions - as well as the lies that were told in print against us just to sell a newspaper (which I used to cut up into squares the following day for the outside toilet in the backyard when I was a kid).
... I hope one day that these people who abstain from their past responsibilities will understand one day that when Samuel Butler wrote, 'It is better to have loved and lost than never to have lost all.', is ironic and not a pseudonym. What matters is that it is better to love and treasure who we still have living and most of all remember those whom we have lost. The fact is it is better to have loved and lost than to never have loved at all, and we loved our ones, all ninety six of them - that we have lost and they will always be remembered.