A detailed and informative expose by Dr Andrew Watt
There is huge public concern regarding the alleged multiple instances of child abuse carried out by Lord Greville Janner.
There is also much concern about how that alleged child abuse came to be covered up.
For many of those who have been told about Lord Janner’s “dementia” something doesn’t add up.
Below is a letter sent today to Assistant Commissioner Helen King of the Metropolitan Police Service trying, as best as I reasonably can, to identify the facts that suggest that “something doesn’t add up” about the story about Lord Janner’s dementia.
In 1991 Keith Vaz, presently Chair of the House of Commons Home Affairs Select Committee, tried to change the Law to conceal allegations of child abuse.
In my letter to Assistant Commissioner King I ask her to consider whether Mr. Vaz’s actions (or failures to act) in the 1980s and in 1991 may constitute the common law offence of misconduct in public office, as set out in the Crown Prosecution Service Guidelines for that offence.
Here is the text of my letter to Assistant Commissioner King:
Dear Assistant Commissioner King,
- Possible theft / fraud by Lord Janner of Braunstone
- Possible conspiracy re the foregoing
- Possible conspiracy to pervert the course of justice
- Possible misconduct in public office by Keith Vaz MP and others
- Possible concealment of child abuse by Keith Vaz MP
- Possible conspiracy to defraud H.M. Revenue & Customs