The jury at the Hillsborough inquests has been retired to start deliberating after hearing two years of evidence – the longest inquest in UK legal history.
According to BBC Sport, seven women and three men will answer a 14-section questionnaire on how the 96 Liverpool supporters died in the 1989 disaster.
BBC Sport understands that one question asks if the fans were unlawfully killed in the tragedy which has haunted Liverpool Football Club for over 25 years.
Jurors will also decide if the behaviour of Liverpool supporters outside the stadium in Sheffield that day increased the danger of the situation, BBC Sport adds.
The inquests began in March 2014 and accounts from over 800 witnesses were heard before the judge sent the jury out to deliberate in Warrington today.
After these inquests, there will be criminal inquiries by order of the Home Secretary, and an Independent Police Complaints Commission inquiry into the tragedy.
Ninety-six lost their lives as our FA Cup semi-final with Nottingham Forest was stopped six minutes in due to a crush on the terraces occupied by Reds fans.
Hopefully the verdict of these concluding inquests will bring some long-awaited peace and closure to the families of the unfortunate victims. Justice for the 96.
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