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The worst ever football stadium disaster, the BBC have done a short video with the brief outline of what went on, it is just a  very small insight to what happened, however folk were actually shot dead outside the stadium.


The whole tragedy was covered up by the Peruvian authorities, as governments do, especially the shooting.

“Some lads from my neighbourhood were going by and spotted me. I was quite skinny, and eventually they pulled me out,” he says. “But then the shooting began and they started running.

The shots were outside – bullets were everywhere. I started to run and didn’t look back.”   …. eye witness account from Jose Salas.

Now as footage on the net shows the fans were totally out of order rioting and invading the pitch, however to indiscriminately shoot people outside the stadium who were trying to escape the tear gas is a sickening occurrence and it was covered up !

Click / copy & paste the following BBC link & read more on this horrendous event   http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-27540668

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