After the inquest into the deaths of the Hillsborough victims returns a verdict of accidental death, Anne Williams can't let her frustrations rest. She joins the Hillsborough Family Support Group and meets likeminded people who help her in her quest for justice for her son Kevin, including fellow bereaved parents John and Teresa Glover.
With the help of legal researcher Sheila Coleman, Anne tracks down witnesses who tried to save Kevin, piecing together exactly what happened on the day and using this evidence to appeal the verdict along with five other families.
Eight years after the Hillsborough disaster, Anne Williams is still fighting for justice for her son Kevin. A new Labour government orders a judicial scrutiny into Hillsborough, raising the hopes of Anne and the other families. When they are again denied new inquests, they start a new group called the Hillsborough Justice Campaign.
As the 20th anniversary of the Hillsborough disaster approaches, Anne visits Hillsborough for the first time and relives Kevin's final moments. Andy Burnham attends the 20th Anniversary memorial at Anfield and is overwhelmed by the crowds shouting for Justice for the 96.
After the 20th anniversary memorial service, Anne Williams urges MP Andy Burnham to fight for their cause. He has already petitioned the government to release all documents pertaining to Hillsborough ahead of time, and when this is granted, a new independent panel is created to look again at all the evidence.
After a two year wait, the panel delivers its report. Meanwhile Anne's health is failing. Will the families finally get the truth, and will Anne live long enough to see justice?