Exactly.You can't possibly tell relatives and family that they are wasting their time, trying to get to the bottom of how and why their loved one was murdered. As a matter of fact, it was the pressure from victims relatives that finally forced any grudging admissions from the British, such as the Savile Enquiry. Just shutting up and accepting the British are bad and always will be, nothing you can do about it, is a slave mentality. It plays right into the hands of the murderers. They know full well they have utterly acquiescent victims.
I was quite moved watching the families speaking outside the court yesterday; their sense of loss, anger and resentment was evident. It's not that they want justice, they need justice. One elderly man spoke of how his life had been ruined by the events of that day. That is the scale of the suffering we are dealing with here.