April 17, 2015
Demented Jew ‘Lord’ Greville Janner will now not be charged with child abuse, despite over 20 victims and 3 previous investigations that were all sabotaged.
Unlike Jimmy Savill and Cyril Smith, who were both convicted of their crimes after their deaths, this vile Jewish pervert is still alive, but will not be tried because he has dementia.
If Saville and Smith could be convicted in the absence of being alive, then why can Janner not be tried in the absence of being sane?
This special treatment wouldn’t have anything to do with him being Jewish would it?
Lord Janner should have been charged with historic child sex offences on three occasions over 25 years and will now never be prosecuted because of the ‘severity’ of his dementia, the Crown Prosecution Service said today.
Alison Saunders, Director of Public Prosecutions, has expressed her ‘deep regret’ that the 86-year-old former Labour MP for Leicester West will not face trial because of botched investigations in 1991, 2002 and 2007.
The decision not to charge him with 22 alleged sex attacks on children has infuriated police and campaigners, who have called it ‘perverse’ and a ‘step backwards for justice’.
Leicestershire Police may appeal because they handed the CPS ‘credible evidence’, including videos, showing ‘this man carried out some of the most serious sexual crimes imaginable’.
Sir Clive Loader, the Conservative Police and Crime Commissioner for Leicestershire, said: ‘This decision is not just wrong – it is wholly perverse and is contrary to any notion of natural justice. I cannot believe that any right-minded person will understand or support it’.
Labour has now suspended the veteran peer from the party ‘in light of these very serious allegations’.
While one alleged victim branded the decision not to pursue the case ‘a disgrace’, Lord Janner’s family said he is ‘entirely innocent of any wrongdoing’ and ‘is a man of great integrity’.
More than a dozen people came forward to claim Lord Janner abused them during the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s, the CPS said.
Today they admitted there is enough evidence to prosecute the peer for 16 indecent assaults and six counts of buggery, but he is no longer fit to stand trial.
Mrs Saunders said: ‘The CPS judges that mistakes were made in the decision making at the time by both the Leicestershire police and the CPS. Lord Janner should have been prosecuted in relation to those complaints. It is a matter of deep regret that the decisions in relation to the previous investigations were as they were’.