A Lawyer who represented miners falsely accused of riot at Orgreave is to speak at a meeting of the new group set up to campaign for a public inquiry into the police's actions there.
Police cavalry and baton-wielding foot officers attacked miners picketing Orgreave cokeworks near Rotherham during the 1984-85 miners' strike against pit closures.
Ninety-five miners were charged with riot, which can carry a life sentence.
Every case was thrown out by the courts when evidence of police collusion over evidence emerged.
Sheffield Justice For All group has been formed calling for an inquiry into what happened at Orgreave.
The group was created following the recent success of Liverpool's Hillsborough families in uncovering the truth about the disaster that claimed the lives of 96 football fans.
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