Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Decision not to prosecute Lord Janner will be seen as a 'whitewash', politicians warn

Enabler: Alison Saunders
The decision not to prosecute Lord Janner of Braunstone over historic child abuse offences should be reversed amid public concerns of a “whitewash”, a group of out-going MPs have warned.

Eleven politicians from seven parties will write in a letter to The Times on Wednesday, saying that Alison Saunders, the director of public prosecutions, is “damaging public confidence” in the criminal justice system with her ruling.

The letter, co-ordinated by Simon Danczuk, of Labour, will ask: "Have we learnt anything from the mistakes of the past?

“As long as justice is not seen to be done and the greater public interest is not served, the public will see attempts to investigate establishment figures involved in historic child abuse as a whitewash.”  (more...)

Radical feminist DPP previously prosecuted men accused with rape zealously.

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