Friday, 20 December 2013

Child Abuse: Lord Janner's home searched

On 20 December 2013, the BBC reported thus:

"The London home of Lord Janner has been searched as part of an inquiry into allegations of child abuse, Leicestershire Police has confirmed. He has not been arrested and has not been interviewed under caution.
Leicestershire Police said it had 'executed a search warrant at a property in Barnet, north London, as part of an ongoing criminal inquiry.'  
Greville Janner was a Labour MP for 27 years, in Leicester North West and then Leicester West... The Cambridge graduate stood down as an MP in 1997 and was subsequently made a life peer.  
Lord Janner, a father of three, is a former president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews. He is also chairman of the Holocaust Education Trust." 
Janner has also been the President of the Commonwealth Jewish Council, a former President of the Board of Deputies of British Jews and Vice President of the World Jewish Congress. He has also been at the forefront of the Nazi Asset Campaign since its inception. The NAC has sought, thus far successfully, to extract many hundreds of millions of dollars from those who supposedly profited from the 'Holocaust.'

The Nazi Gold Conference, held in London in 1997, was Janner’s brainchild. Forty two other nations, all desperately eager to be seen to be on message, were represented. It was organized by Robin Cook, the British Foreign Secretary, at the time.

On 31 October 1991, the Ian Katz article opposite appeared in The Guardian:

Let's take a closer look at the former MP whose home has just been 'searched as part of an inquiry into allegations of child abuse.' 

In 1991, after accusing Janner of paedophilic behaviour with a teenager, Frank Beck (name redacted on the left) was arrested and charged with the sexual and physical abuse of children in his care over a thirteen-year period. At his trial Beck stated that:

"One child has been buggered and abused for two solid years by Greville Janner".

Immediately after this, Janner who just happens to be a long time member of the boy scouts association, and Sir David Napley, his solicitor, went to Police headquarters in Leicester. Whereupon, the following statement was issued:
"We have advised Mr. Janner that he is prevented from making any statement at this stage".
Shortly afterwards, the Director of Public Prosecutions, Alan Green, let it be known that 'for lack of evidence,' Janner would not be prosecuted, even though Paul Winston, who was just thirteen when he and Janner first met, was able to describe Janner's home, the hotel rooms they had shared, and Janner’s habits and person in detail.

The Director of Public Prosecutions himself was arrested for kerb-crawling in Kings Cross a little while later. Green had come to the attention of the police previously for this same misdemeanour and was quietly given a formal warning. The scandal prompted his resignation from public office and the suicide of his wife.

In court, Paul Winston, who was, at the time of Beck’s trial, a married man with children, stood up for him, as did several other witnesses, paying credit to his achievements and behaviour and confirming his anti-Janner testimony. They did so despite the fact that it seems that Beck was an abuser at some level.

Winston said Beck had counselled him over his relationship with the MP, and had brought the affair to an end. He also stated that he had had a beneficial effect on his life. According to his evidence, he was invited to Janner’s home near Golders Green whilst Janner's wife was away and this led to his sharing Janner’s bed where they 'cuddled and fondled each other.' Thereafter Winston testified that, over the next two years, he was regularly sodomised by Janner.

Beck discovered what had been going on after Winston was put into his care, at which point, he informed his superiors at Leicester Social Services. At one point, Janner visited the care home with a new bicycle for Paul but Beck denied him entry and would not allow the gift to be passed on. This was confirmed by another witness at the trial.

Nevertheless, Beck was found guilty and sentenced to twenty-four years in prison, with five life sentences to run concurrently for his 'crimes.' Janner was never brought to court, nor was he ever called upon to testify.

Frank Beck died suddenly of a 'heart attack,' shortly before his appeal was due to begin. He was, by all accounts, a fit man at the time of his death.

In the 1970s, the Paedophile Information Exchange campaigned to have the age of consent reduced to 4 years old.

By the early 1980s, the organisation had over 1000 members.

When the public discovered what PIE was all about there was an outcry and a general call for it to be banned.

Leon Brittan, however, who became Home Secretary in 1983, was not inclined to rush to judgement. 

He asked Chief Constables to report and the Director of Public Prosecutions to ‘consider’ prosecuting PIE members. He also suggested parents keep a close eye on their children.

The mother of 6-year-old boy who had been assaulted said Brittan's approach was 'weak and worthless' and Charles Oxley criticised it as 'apathetic

On 2 September 1983, The Daily Express article seen above right was published.

The Not Born Yesterday blog tells us this: 

"In the autumn of 1983, a young well-dressed man presented himself to Bow St Magistrates' Court on a morals charge. He was given a conditional discharge and bound over to keep the peace. The young man gave his name as Charles Lynton. He is now among the highest in the land.'

Blair's middle names are Charles and Lynton. I have asked for the records of the period (the Court no longer exists) but failed to trace any mention there of the 'case' - if indeed it ever existed. Although I found the general attitude of information suppliers to be obstructive, there wasn't any strong feeling of hiding stuff; frankly, I'd be amazed anyway if something incriminating about Tony Blair hadn't been removed by now. 
Another source wrote to us as follows: 'He was caught importuning in a Westminster toilet. It was all covered up.' 
Two things are, however, relevant. Gossip did abound about Blair's sexuality during his time in the rock band Ugly Rumours at Oxford. And while nobody has ever stood them up, it is widely accepted that Derry Irvine (Blair's boss in Chambers) regularly referred to him as 'the star closest to Uranus'...
For those who find this far-fetched, it is worth noting that Edward Heath was saved from homosexual importuning charges no less than four times by MI6 in the late 1950s."

Frank Beck was a resident of Braunstone in Leicester when the events described above were taking place. 

When Greville Janner was ennobled in 1997, he took the title, Lord Janner of Braunstone.

The man responsible for ennobling him was Tony Blair.

Both Leon Brittan and the aforementioned DPP, Alan Green, are Jewish.

The relationship between Labour bigwig, Harriet Harman, her husband, former union leader and now Labour MP, Jack Dromey, former New Labour Health Secretary, Patricia Hewitt, and the Paedophile Information Exchange, may be viewed here.

Information on Operation Fernbriadge, which previously investigated the behaviours of elite paedophiles, may be seen here.

No comments:

Post a Comment