Peter McKelvie’s full comments on the Lord Janner case (re-blog from Spotlight On Abuse)


Peter McKelvie’s full comments on the Lord Janner case

Peter McKelvie’s unabridged comment for the Guardian article Greville Janner affair: Children’s homes inquiry evidence ‘must be released’.

 

“For all the incredibly brave survivors who have come forward re Janner, they deserve at the very least an explanation as to why the Kirkwood inquiry wasn’t made public and they certainly deserve the right to know everything that was heard behind closed doors then.

MPS CHEER GREVILLE JANNER (2)

The whole of Parliament needs to make a public apology for the standing ovation given to Janner. It is simply not possible that the Attorney General, the DPP, the hierarchies of the main parties/security services, as well as very senior Police Officers at the time, did not know of what Janner stood accused. This pattern is now glaringly obvious in the cases of Smith, Brittan , Morrrison, to name but a few, and will soon be revealed to apply to further protected politicians right up to Prime Minister level.

Greville Janner Vaz Fink Friends In High Places

It is quite remarkable that the new Chair of the Independent Inquiry into Institutional and Organised CSA had to justify her credentials to the Chair of the HASC, and be cross-examined, when that person would have known the severity of the allegations facing Janner, has been a longstanding friend and confidante of Janner, even leading a campaign to clear his friend’s name in the 90’s and he failed to declare a conflict of interests and stand down as soon as Janner’s home and offices were raided by Police in 2013.”

 Re-blogged from the excellent Spotlight On Abuse blog (please consider following it for details of current/historic child abuse information and news).

Information:

ChildLine Freephone: 0800 1111NSPCC http://www.nspcc.org.uk/  Freephone: 0808 800 5000

National Association for People Abused in Childhood (NAPAC) Freephone: 0808 801 0331

Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP a National Crime Agency Command)
Telephone: +44 (0)870 000 3344 or 999 in an emergency

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