Friday, 17 April 2015

Lord Jammer: Why Our Justice System Sometimes Stinks

A lunatic concocted a charge against me--I fought back, one policeman was disciplined and another suspended from duty weeks ahead of his wedding. Tough titties. The British authorities need to realise that they're not the only ones with brains.
In a few weeks time we'll be having a general election, so I assume that he powers that be may be treading carefully where the Lord Jammer case is concerned--NOT accusing, just saying. MP So-and-So wouldn't want to lose votes by being seen to support justice--just saying, again.
A few years ago, AFTER being diagnosed with dementia--allegedly--this ancient holier-than-thou made some pretty damning statements about Nazi war criminals, saying that it didn't matter how old or ill they were, they needed to pay the piper.  
Now the jackboot's on the other foot, the powers that be--a woman in authority who might be wailing a different tune has his lordship had his fingers in her cookie jar is saying that it would not be in the public interest to put this alleged old pervert on trial. Other sources are stating that his lordship is only alleged--that word again--to be doolali, and that last summer he was fine. Time then to return to the age of the ducking stool, figuratively speaking. Wheel the old goat out and give him a public examination, and then decide what to do with him--though with such a procedure there'll be so much red tape, he'll have probably snuffed it and got away with his alleged crimes.
Then there's the matter of his family, who declare that he is innocent. How do they know this? Have they tagged his genitalia and alleged roaming hands for he last forty years.
In France we have a law. If someone dies in debt, there next of kin is legally bound to pay off those debts. Might I suggest something here in the same line of thought? If Lord Jammer's family are so sure that he is innocent, put them on trial and make them prove that he is--and if they can't, then let them be prosecuted in his stead.
And if Lord Jammer IS examined and revealed to sane--lock him inside a white room and never open the door again.

'Paedophile' Labour peer who'll NEVER face justice: Victims' despair and police fury as law chief says Greville Janner will not be charged with 22 sex attacks on children because he 'has Alzheimer's' 

  • Lord Janner will not face prosecution despite facing credible evidence 
  • Director of Public Prosecutions says decision comes with 'deep regret' 
  • Alison Saunders tells of botched investigations in 1991, 2002 and 2007
  • Former Labour MP allegedly preyed on boys in 1960s, 1970s and 1980s

Allegations: Veteran peer Lord Janner (pictured in 2002) has repeatedly denied claims he abused young boys at care homes and is now not fit to stand trial despite 'credible evidence'
Allegations: Veteran peer Lord Janner (pictured in 2002) has repeatedly denied claims he abused young boys at care homes and is now not fit to stand trial despite 'credible evidence'
Alleged child abuse victims of Labour peer Greville Janner last night accused police and prosecutors of a 45-year cover-up over a tidal wave of evidence he is a predatory paedophile.
The 86-year-old party grandee was accused of being ‘Labour’s Cyril Smith’ and an ‘animal’ as prosecutors revealed he escaped prosecution three times over 16 years thanks to botched investigations.
Janner is accused of preying on vulnerable boys at three Leicester care homes between 1969 and 1988. Prosecutors said there remained an ‘overwhelming case’ to charge the former MP with 22 sex attacks on nine victims in children’s care homes – the youngest of whom was just ten.
But furious victims reacted with outrage after the Crown Prosecution Service said it would not try the former Leicester MP because he was suffering so much from Alzheimer’s that he could not even understand any charges against him, let alone answer them.
They accused bungling authorities of helping to cover up the crimes of a once powerful man and destroying any hope they had of justice. Child protection campaigners, MPs, police and victims said they would challenge the decision in the courts.
Lord Janner voted in the Lords 210 times between his Alzheimer’s diagnosis and the end of 2013, suggesting he might have been fit to stand trial if the authorities had acted sooner.
Last night it emerged that senior Labour MP Keith Vaz was one of 16 MPs who publicly defended Greville Janner against child sex abuse allegations at a time when prosecutors now admit the peer should have faced trial.
Mr Vaz said in 1991 that Lord Janner had been the victim of a ‘wicked attack’ and campaigned for a change in the law to prevent any repeat. Mr Vaz, the Labour candidate for Leicester East, praised Lord Janner as a ‘great survivor’.

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