The second part of Hillsborough survivors Damian Kavanagh, Richie Greaves and Peter Carney talking after the collapse of the final trial.
For too many years too many people impacted by Hillsborough have had to be silent to allow the legal proceedings to run their course.
Damian, Richie and Peter, like many others, were there on the day of April 15, 1989, and they reflect on that day and the 32 years since.
As a warning this part contains graphic details of what happened to each individual on the day of the Hillsborough stadium disaster.
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