A bereaved mother has been left ‘deeply concerned’ over concerns the judge in the retrial of a Hillsborough match commander showed him ‘personal sympathy’. Margaret Aspinall, whose 18-year-old son James died in the disaster in Sheffield in 1989, criticised judge Sir Peter Openshaw for a perceived ‘lack of impartiality’. Mrs Aspinall wrote a letter to the judge at Preston Crown Court during the trial of David Duckenfield which later saw him cleared of gross negligence manslaughter. Margaret Aspinall (left, at a press conference in Liverpool yesterday) criticised judge Sir Peter Openshaw (right, at Preston Crown Court in January) for a perceived ‘lack of impartiality’ Hillsborough match commander David Duckenfield (pictured arriving at Preston Crown Court yesterday) was cleared of the manslaughter by gross negligence of 95 Liverpool supporters The chairwoman of the Hillsborough Family Support Group was angered that the judge in the trial over the deaths of 95 football fans called Duckenfield a ‘poor man’. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next £60m, five separate jury court cases, thirty years and still… I stretchered victims away… no closure after 30 years… HILLSBOROUGH TRAGEDY: Hope lost for families of the 96 as… The police chief who never stepped up to give evidence:… Read full this story
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