Mar 27 2013
Chris Spivey / Daily Express
Greville Janner, a married father of three children was the MP for Leicester West from 1970 until his retirement in 1997 (Blair Govt). He was subsequently made a life peer and is now formally known as Baron Janner of Braunstone.
He was also very pro-active in a number of Jewish, aherm,aherm, ‘none government organisations’, including the Board of Deputies of British Jews, of which he was Chairman from 1978 to 1984… Yes, he’s Jewish.
His old man, Sir Barnett Janner who held the same parliamentary seat as his son was actually the Chairman of the Zionist Federation of Great Britain… Yes, he was Jewish too.
Before he became a politician, Greville Janner had been a Barrister and a member of the magic circle… Yes, he was a wig wearing Jewish Magician – A bit like Paul Daniels really (although Daniels may or may not be Jewish).
Janner, like a great number of those in Tony Blair’s government was also a paedophile.
In 1991, Janner was named in a court case as being the abuser of a 13 year old boy. The court case in question was that of Leicestershire Care home boss Peter Beck.
Beck was found guilty on a number of counts of child rape and torture and subsequently sentenced to life imprisonment.
He died less than two years later under suspicious circumstances.
Despite being named in court, Janner was never charged with any offence. The Leicestershire Police later said there was no case to answer. Then again, just like things are today, you wouldn’t expect them to be any different back then.
Course, the Freemason dominated Leicestershire police are also alleged to be covering up details of the disappearance of Madeline McCann. Having said that, every police force in the country is dominated by Freemasons and are covering up something or other.
The following is what the Daily Express had to say at the time and after the trial had ended:
Boy Traded Sex For MP’s Gifts Jury Told
DAILY EXPRESS. Saturday, November 9, 1991
A FORMER children’s home boy told a jury yesterday how Labour MP Greville Janner sexually abused him and then plied him with expensive presents.
Paul Winston, said he put up with the two-year homosexual affair because he had “grown accustomed” to the toys, cash and visits to plush restaurants, Leicester Crown Court heard.
Mr Winston, 30, who had been in care since his birth, said he was only 13 when he was first sexually assaulted by the MP for Leicester West following a tour of the House of Commons. (Hmmm. Isn’t that what Cyril Smith used to do? – Spivey)
More serious sexual assaults followed when they regularly shared a double bed during week-ends at Leicester’s Holiday Inn hotel and during a two-week lecture tour of Scotland by Mr Janner.
Mr Winston, who wrote down his address for the jury, was giving evidence in defence of children’s home boss Frank Beck, who faces 27 charges of physical and sexual abuse against children and staff.
Mr Winston said he first met the MP while living at Station Road children’s home in Wigston, Leicestershire.
Mr Janner arranged a school trip to the House of Commons and later invited the boy to come back on his own.
The MP then began asking the boy to join him on official engagements in the constituency and to sit in on his local surgeries.
On one occasion, the lad accompanied Mr Janner in his red Jaguar XJ6 to open an adventure play-ground.
It was alleged that the boy received regular letters signed “Love, Greville” and phone calls.
Then Barbara Fitt, the officer in charge at the home, agreed to let Paul go to London once more.
The boy met the MP at the Commons before allegedly returned to the deserted Janner home.
John Black, defending Beck, asked Mr Winston if he was well treated.
He replied: “Initially very well but later in the evening there was something I didn’t like.
“I was in one of the bed-rooms. I was frightened.
“He tried to reassure me. He said if I was that upset, I could sleep with him; we lay beside each other and cuddled and fondled. I didn’t like it and told him to stop it.”
Within a week of his return, another meeting was set up.
Mr Winston claimed he usually saw the MP at the Holiday Inn.
The pair allegedly took regular swims in the hotel pool: “We; usually had a shower and washed each other down.”
Asked by Mr Justice Jowitt where he slept, Mr Winston replied: “In the double bed with him.”
Quizzed on what happened, Mr Winston claimed: “Petting and fondling.”
Mr Black asked: “Did it ever go further at the Holiday Inn?”
Mr Winston replied: “Only on one occasion. I started to cry and tried to push him away from me and eventually I did.”
Mr Black asked why he continued the relationship with, Mr Janner.
Mr-Winston said: “By now I had become accustomed to the gifts I was receiving and the expensive restaurants so I went along with it.”
But the boy stole cash from the MP’s wallet on several occasions. ‘
“It was my own way of getting back at him for what he was doing to me,” Mr Winston said.
Frank Beck, former officer in charge at three Leicestershire children’s homes, denies a 13-year “reign of terror”.
Two other former social workers also deny sex charges.
Mr Winston was moved to the Radcliffe Road home run by Beck on his 15th birthday.
Now married with three children, he said he was never abused by Beck.
He added: “He’s the guy who helped me on the right road to where I am now.
Frank Beck put a stop to the relationship.