Kelvin MacKenzie ropes in Rosenblatt for Hillsborough police apology bid

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  • There's an obvious causation defence available here given that Mr MacKenzie would have suffered decades of vilification in any event.

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  • what a cheek.its him that needs to apologise to liverpool suporters and also to the public!

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  • Kelvin McKenzie really is a genius – just when I thought he couldn’t be more loathsome. The fact is that a number of red tops received the same lies from SYP and ran the story; however they made it clear that the story was the police version of the events. It was only McKenzie’s paper who said it was the absolute truth and to run it in that way is a pure editorial decision, made by McKenzie. Words fail me with McKenzie – he really is a horrible, horrible human being who would be better off going away. For ever.

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  • He said for years that he would not 'give up his source'. Funny how things have changed so quickly. Vile.

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  • Good punchy riposte by the SYP spokeswoman. In your face McKenzie.

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  • Breathtaking even by Mackenzie's standards to try and portray himself as a victim here.
    I do like Bill Shankly's post, looks pretty bulletproof to me legally as well.

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  • Hmm....interesting self victimisation. I made a decision to sell lots of newspapers and boost my bonus. Now I want someone to blame coz it was not the sun wot run it. I am a victim and someone must be to blame.

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  • What a shame he did not give up his sauce

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