Pillar Of Britain’s Jewish Establishment Lord Janner, Dies While Facing Child Sex Abuse Trial
British lord, MP dies while facing child sex abuse trial
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A former member of British elite upper House of Lords, charged with a string of child sex abuse offenses, has been reported dead due to ailments and old age without facing trial.
The 87-year-old parliamentarian Grenville Janner died at his home on Saturday, according to his family, after a judge ruled earlier this month that he was unfit to enter a plea on the serious child abuse charges since he had been suffering from “severe dementia,” AFP reported.
Janner, who was a well-known member of UK’s Jewish community, served in the British army before becoming a lawyer and then a Labor Party parliamentarian.
“This is devastating news for my clients,” said attorney Liz Dux, who represents six of Janner’s alleged victims.
According to the report, a rare so-called “trial of the facts” was set to take place in April following the judge’s ruling. His death, however, means the trial will no longer go forward.
“They have waited so long to see this case come before the courts. To be denied justice at the final hurdle is deeply frustrating,” Dux added, insisting that “so many opportunities to bring this matter to justice whilst he was well were missed.”
“All they have ever wanted is to give their evidence in court and have these very serious allegations tested and to be believed.”
Janner is one of several high-profile British personalities to face historic sex and child abuse charges in the UK after BBC presenter Jimmy Savile was exposed as a serial pedophile following his death in 2011, prompting many of his victims to speak out.
Janner represented central English city of Leicester in the British parliament between 1970 and 1997.
He was accused of 22 child abuse offences against nine alleged victims between the 1960s and the 1980s, eight of whom were 16 years old or younger at the time.
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A former Labour peer should have stood trial 25 years ago for sex attacks on children – but will now not face court because he has dementia, Britain’s top prosecutor said. Lord Greville Janner, now 86, allegedly used his power as an MP for Leicester to abuse vulnerable young boys at a local children’s home in the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. He was investigated by three different police inquiries between 1991 and 2007, and the Crown Prosecution Service admitted it was “wrong” not to prosecute the peer back then.
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UK peer “accused” of pedophilia charges dies at 87
Greville Janner, an 87-year-old member of the House of Lords, who was earlier this month deemed unfit to stand trial on child sex abuse charges due to dementia, died in his home on Saturday.
“This is devastating news for my clients,” said lawyer Liz Dux, who represents six of Janner’s alleged victims.
“They have waited so long to see this case come before the courts. To be denied justice at the final hurdle is deeply frustrating,”
Lord Janner was one of several prominent figures in the British establishment facing historic sex abuse charges after BBC presenter Jimmy Savile was exposed as a serial child abuser following his death in 2011, leading to a rush of victims coming forward.
Janner was accused of 22 offenses against nine boys, eight of whom were aged 16 or under at the time, dating from the 1960s to the 1980s.
Janner, who was a Labour MP from 1970 to 1997, and later appointed to the House of Lords, was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in 2009. The Crown Prosecution Service initially declined to press charges against him, citing his condition, but the decision was reversed after a public outcry.
After a judge ruled this month that Janner was not fit to stand trial, a rare “trial of facts” was scheduled for April. This procedure is meant to establish facts, but does not result in a conviction. With Janner’s death, the trial will not be held.
“So many opportunities to bring this matter to justice whilst he was well were missed,” Dux said. “All [the alleged victims] have ever wanted is to give their evidence in court and have these very serious allegations tested and to be believed.”
Public allegations of child abuse by Janner date back to 1991, when Frank Beck, the director of a children’s home in Leicestershire, accused Janner, then an MP, of having abused a child. The accusations came as Beck himself was standing trial for child abuse, for which he was sentenced to five life terms. A witness claimed to be one of Janner’s victims during the trial. Three separate police investigations held before the Savile scandal failed to lead to a prosecution.
Janner served in the British army before becoming a lawyer and then following his father into the House of Commons as an MP. He was one of the pillars of Britain’s Jewish establishment.
His family said he would be “deeply missed.”
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