Monday, April 20, 2015

Do 'pervert' MPs enjoy immunity from prosecution?

Accused of child sex crimes, Labour peer Lord Janner 'is innocent of any wrong-doing', says his family.

However, it won't be tested in court. The former lawyer, now 86, is said to be suffering from dementia. The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) says his trial isn't in the public interest.
What, I wonder, would a healthy Lord Janner say about such a case?

Four years ago, commenting on the conviction of ailing Nazi war criminal John Demjanjuk — 66 years after his war crimes were committed — Janner said: 'Age or poor health cannot absolve anyone of appalling crimes.'

A claim of poor health now seems to have absolved him from having to face 22 child sex allegations, dating from 1969 to 1988, involving nine victims.  (more...)

Did the Establishment close ranks?
Legal chief facing growing calls to quit: Backlash against top prosecutor grows as she is accused of ignoring victims and claims of an establishment cover-up

However, the morons seem to agree:

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