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And what a Hunt this fella is, too... EVERY heard of Councillor Russell Hawker? Thought not.
This small-time MP wannabe decided to stick his oar into Hillsborough after Jeremy Hunt’s apology.
Hawker, an independent councillor for Westbury, Wiltshire, used Twitter to claim Hunt should not have apologised.
The former Tory wrote: “Hillsborough disaster WAS caused by hooligans pushing and shoving!!!”
He followed it up with: “I sympathise with the victims, but just being real about the culprits. Pushing hard in a crowd is unruly, aggressive and dangerous.
“I regard hooliganism as root cause of Hillsborough disaster but other faults also occurred. e.g. crass police incompetence.”
The ‘tweets’ were later deleted. Unsurprisingly, Hawker was swamped with phone calls, texts, emails and tweets from angry Liverpool fans.
Not only is his ignorance and prejudice offensive, it’s people like him that have hindered the fight for justice.
For every clued-up fan complaining about Hawker, how many more around the world thought ‘no smoke without fire?’
It’s exactly the reason why The S*n is still boycotted - sh*t sticks.
Hawker snubbed Well Red’s attempts to contact him by phone, text and email. It seemed, however, the publicityhungry no-mark was happy to speak to other media outlets.
In an interview with the Liverpool Echo, it was put to him that his views were misinformed and contrary to the findings of the Taylor Report.
Lord Justice Taylor ruled South Yorkshire Police were solely to blame for the tragedy.
The cretin replied: “I don’t think I’m misinformed, I have a different view, that’s all.”
A petition calling for his resignation has been circulating in Westbury while fans have continued to contact him.
But Hawker is standing by his comments. The closest he came to an apology was: “Some of my earlier comments are being taken out of context.
“I was not talking about victims. I am very sorry to anyone who took offence.”
His blog, and Twitter account continue to tell a different story, however.
On his Twitter he revealed: “I’ve not received death threats yet but every other form of intimidation seems to have been tried by Scousers, even arranging an accident claim.”
He also tried to make light of it all, adding: “Ah well, Boris Johnson did well down south after apologising for several gaffes. Maybe I should.. no, maybe not.”
The Wiltshire Times reported him as saying: “Quite clearly a large number of people from a certain part of the UK want to keep talking about it. Some of them are abusive and are obsessed about the matter.
“I understand that they have lost relatives, but it was 21 years ago.
“Things have moved on. I don’t know how to deal with it any more than I have already. I removed the Tweets. This will have blown over in a week’s time.” Mr Hawker admitted he has no connection with Hillsborough. “I can’t say I was there but I was watching the telly on the day and saw it all happen,” he said. Hawker’s contact details are online at: cms.wiltshire.gov.uk
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World Cup banner slashed
A STEWARD slashed a “Save Liverpool FC” banner during the World Cup.
A group of Reds displayed banners at every match in South Africa that read: “Save Liverpool FC - Get Hicks and Gillett Out”.
Nadeem Khan, 29, was at the Germany v Australia game with his wife and three-year-old daughter when a Fifa official accused him of being a hooligan.
The Football Supporters’ Federation (FSF) is investigating.
Khan, a member of the South African Liverpool Supporters Club, had displayed the banner, at the Durban Stadium just after kick-off.
Half-way through the first half, Khan saw three stewards removing it and as he approached them he was asked to follow them to the security office in the ground.
“I could not believe it,” he said. “All the other banners had been left there.
“When I got into the office, they began to lecture me about football hooliganism and went through my mobile phone.
“He cut my banner up with a Stanley blade and told me they would keep their eye on me. They noted down my ticket numbers, too.”
There was better news for the campaign when TV commentator Jonathan Pearce mentioned the banner in the Spain v Portugal game live on BBC1.
He said: “That Save Liverpool FC banner we’ve seen a few times is here again tonight.”