Summary: British longtime chairman and founding member of the Hillsborough Justice Campaign organization who became instrumental for his lengthy legal battle on the fight for justice to the families and survivors of the Hillsborough tragedy when he had escaped death and serious injuries in the 1989 football disaster that claimed the lives of 96 spectators during the crush inside an overcrowded venue stand, but who had also suffered from a lifelong bout of numerous health-related mental problems caused by late onset post-traumatic stress disorder despite his longstanding efforts throughout the campaign for the truth being made public about the infamous stadium disaster.
Cause of Death: Complications from cystic fibrosis
Born: February 13, 1957
Died: March 1, 2001
Location: Anfield, Liverpool, England