December 19, 2015
Yet another rat Jew criminal escapes justice.
Ex-Labour peer Lord Janner has died, according to reports. He was 87.
He died peacefully following a short illness on Saturday, the BBC report his family as saying.
They said he will be “deeply missed” and requested that their “traditional period of mourning” to be respected.
The peer, who was suffering from dementia, had been suspended from the Labour party in April over allegations of child abuse dating back 50 years.
A High Court judge ruled earlier this month that he was unfit to stand trial over the allegations because of his “deteriorating and irreversible” dementia.
Sir Mick Davis, chairman of the Jewish Leadership Council, said: “The passing of Greville Janner marks the end of an era for the Jewish community.
“Our thoughts and prayers are with the Janner family at this most difficult time.”
Eventually, they are going to need to be collectively punished for all these crimes they’ve individually gotten away with.