Lord Greville Jannner with Tony Blair, who is in Epstein’s Black Book.
In 2015, Alison Saunders, the Director of Public Prosecutions, said that there was enough evidence to prosecute Lord Greville Janner for 22 sex offences, reportedly committed in children’s homes between 1969 and 1988.
Hamish Baillie says of Janner: “He abused me. It was indecent touching but he wanted it to go further … It lasted … 30 minutes.”
Janner was protected by the top people.
Police chief Mick Creedon was not allowed to arrest Janner.
Frank Beck accused Janner of buggering boys.
Frank Beck was jailed.
Beck died mysteriously in prison in 1994.
At Beck’s trial, four witnesses gave evidence that Greville Janner had pursued a sexual relationship with a teenage boy who lived at one of Beck’s care homes.
A teenage ‘victim’, speaking under oath, said that Janner had sexually abused him repeatedly between the ages of 13 and 15.
Carl Beech was only one of many whistleblowers who accused Greville Janner of child sexual abuse.
A ‘Jewish’ judge jailed Carl Beech for 18 years for criticising Janner.
Operation Midland investigated the claims of child abuse by Harvie Proctor, Greville Janner, and certain other top Jews.
Operation Midland was closed down.
Henriques, a top Jew.
Retired Jewish judge Sir Richard Henriques now says that the police should not have searched the homes of Greville Janner and Harvey Proctor.
Henriques wants the police to be punished.
According to the 2004 version of the Jewish Yearbook a number of the top judges in the UK are Jews: