The jury in the trial of Hillsborough Match Commander David Duckenfield have found him not guilty.
Duckenfield, now 75, was on trial for gross negligence manslaughter of 95 fans, who died in a crush at the 1989 Football Association Challenge Cup semi-final.
A group of victims’ families filed civil manslaughter charges against Yorkshire Police supervisors Duckenfield and Murray in 1998.
The jury found Murray not guilty in 2000 and deadlocked on Duckenfield .
The Hillsborough disaster is considered the worst sports disaster in British history, according to the BBC.
“Someone is going to be held responsible for 96 deaths, the biggest sporting disaster in British legal history and nobody is being charged for it,” argued Christine Burke, who lost a father.
“It’s absolutely outrageous.”