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BREAKING NEWS: LORD Greville janner has been ARRESTED on child sex abuse charges !!!
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Wow, busy day! Yes - and Greville Janner arrested, thanks Cropper7!!

https://twitter.com/UKPaedos_Named

Children have rights ‏@UKPaedos_Named 15m
Victim states to police Greville janner was part of a large paedophile ring and there will be more arrests to follow.

Mischief ‏@mischiefx 10m
@UKPaedos_Named Hi, cant see a thing on the net. Where's the info coming from please?

Children have rights ‏@UKPaedos_Named 6m
@mischiefx From victim who made statement to police that led to house search and arrest.We are 100%.No media have covered yet,but they will!

Children have rights ‏@UKPaedos_Named 35m
@ElementaryForce @Mumblingaway @cherylcorless41 Just spoken to the sun/daily mail, 'may be a blanket on reporting'

Children have rights ‏@UKPaedos_Named 31m
The press have been told to hold with the story of arrest for several days. Will be published soon - YOU saw it HERE first!
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Call me a cynic, but with those new chilling effects on Janner name, even though its everywhere else, I'll bet the MSM wont publish, especially after what UK paedos said about possible blanket on reporting.

(By the way good on @UkPaedos_Named for reporting! Thanks @UKPaedos_Named)
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BREAKING NEWS: LORD Greville janner has been ARRESTED on child sex abuse charges !!!
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December 2013: Lord Janner has been arrested on child sexual abuse charges

In 1991, after accusing LORD/MP Greville Janner of paedophilic behaviour
with a teenager, Frank Beck was arrested and charged with the sexual and
physical abuse of children in his care over a thirteen-year period.

At his trial Beck stated that: - “One child has been buggered and abused
for two solid years by Greville Janner“.

Immediately after this, Janner who just happens to be, ironically, a long time
member of the boy scouts association, and Sir David Napley, his solicitor, went to
Police headquarters in Leicester. Whereupon, the following statement was issued:

“We have advised Mr. Janner that he is prevented from making any statement at this stage”.

Shortly afterwards, the Director of Public Prosecutions, Alan Green, let it be
known that “for lack of evidence”, Janner would not be prosecuted, even though
Paul Winston, who was just thirteen when he and Janner first met, was able
to describe Janner‘s home, the hotel rooms they had shared, and Janner’s habits
and person in detail.

The Director of Public Prosecutions, himself, was arrested for kerb-crawling
in Kings Cross a little while later.

Green had come to the attention of the police previously for this same misdemeanour
and was quietly given a formal warning. The scandal prompted his resignation from public office.

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MP/Lord greville Janner scandal


Lord Janner (left) with Uri Gellor (good friend of the late Michael Jackson)

Greville Ewan Janner, Baron Janner of Braunstone (born 11 July 1928) is a British Labour politician, lawyer and author. A QC since 1971, he was a Labour MP from 1970 to 1997

JANNER is a alleged child molester well known to the police. An active file on his activities has been maintained at Scotland Yard since even before the eruption of the Leicester Children’s Home scandal of 1991, which led to the jailing of the notorious paedophile Frank Beck. Damning evidence concerning JANNER’s sustained sexual abuse of a 13 year-old boy in care emerged during Beck’s trial, but JANNER was shielded by the then Director of Public Proescutions, Sir Alan Green—who resigned shortly after as the result of a “kerb-crawling” incident.

JANNER used the device of a ‘Personal Statement’ to deny all the accusations against him. Statements to the House of Commons of this kind, apart from being covered by Parliamentary privilege, are exempt from the usual interjections *and questions* from other MPs. After making his statement JANNER was invited by the prtess to answer their questions *outside* the privileged confines of the House. He refused to do so, and refused to explain why.

Thus it may be seen that his subsequent claims to have been “cleared by Parliament of all accusations” is utterly untrue. JANNER ducked a genuine opportunity to clear his name by taking legal action against his former victim who, as a grown man, has re-iterated his evidence outside the protection of the witness box.

Let’s take a closer look at Greville Janner:

In court, Paul Winston, who was, at the time of Beck’s trial, a married man with children, stood up for him, as did several other witnesses, paying credit to his achievements and behaviour and confirming his anti-Janner testimony.

He said Beck had counselled him over his relationship with the MP, and had brought the affair to an end. He also stated that he had had a beneficial effect on his life. According to Winston’s evidence, he was invited to Janner’s home near Golders Green, whilst Janner’s wife was away, and this led to his sharing Janner’s bed where they “cuddled and fondled each other”. Thereafter Winston testified that, over the next two years, he was regularly sodomised by Janner.

Beck discovered what had been going on after Winston was put into his care, at which point, he informed his superiors at Leicester Social Services. At one point, Janner visited the care home with a new bicycle for Paul but Beck denied him entry and would not allow the gift to be passed on. This was confirmed by another witness at the trial.

Nevertheless, Beck was found guilty and sentenced to twenty-four years in prison, with five life sentences to run concurrently for his “crimes”.

Janner was never brought to court, nor was he ever called upon to testify.

Janner was Member of Parliament for Leicester West and was Succeeded by Patricia Hewitt (see P.I.E)

Frank Beck died on 31 May 1994, two and a half years after his imprisonment, apparently as a result of a heart attack whilst playing badminton at Whitemoor Prison in Cambridgeshire. He was aged fifty two. Beck’s body was cremated on 9 June 1994, at a private ceremony at the Gilroes Crematorium in Leicester, attended by a small number of family members. The then eighty-eight year old Labour peer, Lord Longford, (pic below) caused great controversy by sending flowers to the funeral. Longford had befriended Beck in prison and was convinced of his innocence.



Unsurprisingly, his sudden death after such a relatively short period of incarceration led to speculation that he had been murdered. D’Arcy and Gosling, in their book, ‘Abuse of Trust”, claim that fellow prisoners (some of whom had allegedly been his victims) attributed his death to speed, which had supposedly been surreptitiously added to his food over a period of months.

He was, by all accounts, a fit man at the time of his death. He never stopped protesting his innocence and Janner’s guilt. His two main solicitors, who admitted to being sceptical in the first instance, believed him at the time that he was found guilty. One of these solicitors has since been killed in a road accident, and the other has been subjected to police harassment on a major scale.

Frank Beck was a resident of Braunstone in Leicester when the events described above were taking place. When Janner was ennobled in 1997, he took the title, Lord Janner of Braunstone. The man responsible for ennobling Greville Janner was Tony Blair.

Barnett Janner, Greville Janner’s father, was also an MP and, at one time, was the Chairman of the Zionist Federation of Great Britain.



NOT ONE QUESTION ASKED

These hacks merely assisted Janners illusionism by creating the impression in their reports that he had refuted the allegations against him, cleared himself of all taint of wrongdoing and, in so doing, had won cheers, sympathy and admiration from all sides of the House . . . Of course, Janner had done no such thing. He had simply uttered a general denial, defamed his principal accuser Paul Winston (behind the protection of Parliamentary privilege) and whined about his suffering! He was not asked a single question by any of the Members who heard him, let alone did he have to endure detailed cross-examination as did those who gave evidence at Beck trial.

It is because of the inability of the House of Commons to subject Janner¹s cunning and self-pitying statement to the scrutiny of cross-examination that we draft the following list of questions which Janner – and the authorities – must be MADE to answer.

THE VITAL QUESTIONS JANNER MUST ANSWER

QUESTIONS Greville Janner must answer start with his pre-emptive visit in March 1991 to the Leicester Police. This visit would appear to have been prompted by the outburst at Leicester Magistrates Court of former childrens home warden Frank Beck after he had been remanded for trial. As he was being led below, Beck shouted out a remark which implied that Greville Janner should be facing prosecution.

Beck\’s remark was very vague. It was only briefly reported in one or two newspapers and achieved no TV or radio coverage. Greville Janner is not publicity shy. Everything from his pink carnation buttonholes to his entry in Whos Who betokens his craving for attention.

Public figures are often made the target for abuse by malignant cranks. Celebrities soon learn to ignore such irritations as an inevitable, if unwelcome, result of their high profiles.

Any public figure innocent of anything remotely like the sexual abuse of youngsters would be utterly nonplussed by Becks outburst and would shrug it off as the ravings of just another crank – and would presume that everybody else, including the police, would do likewise.

We therefore ask Janner:

1. Why did he feel it necessary to make an uninvited visit to the police to discuss the matter?

2. Why did he, a QC, think it necessary to secure the services of Sir David Napley, the most expensive lawyer in England, to accompany him on that visit?

3. Why did it take two hours to state that he was totally innocent of any crimes and utterly mystified by Becks outburst? Would not a one-paragraph letter have sufficed for this purpose?

According to evidence given by Beck at his trial, he had written to the Director of Leicester Social Services in the late 1970s complaining about Greville Janners relationship with one of the boys in his care, Paul Winston, then aged 14 or 15. As two prosecution witnesses attested, Beck took steps to terminate Janners relationship with Winston by forbidding visits and outings and intercepting letters.

Janner pressed his attentions and at one point turned up at the home unannounced with a bicycle as a present for Winston. We ask Janner:

4. Why did he not accept the judgement of Beck, who was in loco parentis (and who at that time was highly thought-of) and allow the relationship with Winston to lapse?

5. Had he been not notified at any time prior to 1991 that the Director of Social Services had received a letter of complaint about him? If so, why did he not issue a Writ for Libel against Beck?

6. Had he been interviewed by the police at any time prior to 1991 in conn­ection with Becks letter to the Director of Social Services and/or conduct alluded to by Beck in his court outburst?

According to Janner, when Beck realised that he was to be prosecuted for child sex abuse he contacted Janner and asked for a character reference and that Janner¹s refusal to provide such had prompted Beck to engage in a vendetta. We ask Janner:

7. Why did he refuse Becks request? Was it simply an act of revenge for Becks termination of his relationship with Paul Winston, or did he have infor­mation, which reflected serious discredit on Beck? What was this information? Did he communicate this information to any appropriate authority? If so, to which and when? And if not, why not?

8. In view of the unhappy history of his contact with Beck prior to 1991, can he advance any suggestion as to why Beck might imagine that his application for a character reference to him would be successful? Could Becks request be construed as a blackmail demand?

Greville Janner has not denied knowing Paul Winston during the late 1970s. In his House of Commons statement Janner made a point of asserting that his wife and family were involved with him in his efforts to help the boy.

According to Winstons evidence, he caught Janners eye on a school visit to the House of Commons. Thereafter Janner sent Winston return rail tickets to visit him at Westminster on several occasions.

On the third trip to London Janner took the boy to his home to stay overnight. Janners wife and family were not present.

Winston testified that he was given his own bedroom but as he cried from homesickness Janner took him to his bed to comfort him, whereupon they cuddled and fondled each other. We ask Janner:

9. If not only he but his wife and family were involved in trying to help Winston, why did he arrange for Winstons first visit to his home – an over­night visit – to take place when his wife and family would be away?

In his House of Commons statement Janner declared that Winstons sexual assault allegations contained not a shred of truth. However, we ask Janner:

10. Did he show good judgement in inviting a young boy to stay overnight with him at his home whilst his wife and family were absent even if he did not take him to bed?

11. On how many occasions did he invite Winston to his home to stay over­night when his wife was present?

12. Did he in fact take Winston to bed to comfort him? Did this comfort­ing involve him in cuddling or any other kind of physical contact?

13. Does he think it appropriate that a man in his position should share his bed with a teenage boy, even where no physical contact is involved?

Winston testified that he engaged in numerous sexual encounters with Janner in his suite at The Holiday Inn, Leicester. Apart from hanky-panky in the hotels swimming pool changing rooms, it was in a double bed that Janners various types of sexual assault culminated in lubricant-assisted buggery.

All these sexual assaults detailed in Winstons testimony will also have been covered by Janners all-purpose general denial. However, we ask Janner:

14. Did he ever invite Winston to visit him at The Holiday Inn? If so, on how many occasions? On how many of these occasions were his wife or any members of his family present?

15. Did he ever invite Winston to stay overnight with him at the hotel? If so, why, bearing in mind the boy resided in Leicester? Again, if so, did they at any time-share the same bed?

16. If Winston at no time stayed overnight at the hotel, did the boy ever leave the public parts of the hotel and join him in his private apartment? If so, why?

Winstons relationship with Janner was maintained during his 13th, 14th and possibly 15th year. At some stage Winston was moved to the home administered by Beck. According to the testimony of two prosecution witnesses (a girl in care at the home and one of the staff members) Winston often boasted of being a rent boy with friends in high places.

Rent boys as brazen as this, though by no means always effeminate, tend to adopt mannerisms which signal their proclivities. We ask Janner:

17. As a man of the world, did he not recognise the signs of Winstons sexual orientation – and his promiscuity? Did he show good judgement in entertaining such a youngster at his home or in hotels or having any contact with him other than in the presence of his wife and family and/or social workers?

That question also applies to the two-week holiday in Scotland (again at an expensive hotel) to which Janner treated Winston. During this holiday Winston claims he was sexually abused by Janner. Winston also volunteered in his evidence that he stole more than once from Janners wallet. We ask Janner:

18. Did his wife or any of his family accompany him on this holiday?

19. Did he and Winston share the same sleeping accommodation and/or the same bed? If so, why?


20. Why did he not terminate the holiday and return Winston to the home once he realised, as he must have done, that the boy was stealing from his wallet?

21. Why did he keep quiet about these thefts? Why did he not report them to the police – or at least to staff at the home? Why did he maintain contact with the boy after the thefts, continuing to buy him expensive presents? How could such pampering of a young thief help to reform him?


OTHER BOYS HELPED?

In view of Janners general interest in youth welfare it may be that he has directed lavish help to other wayward or troubled young lads. We ask Janner:

22. How many other boys has he helped in the way that he says he and his wife and family helped Paul Winston? If there were others, were each or any of these invited to stay overnight with him at his home or in hotels, or taken on holidays, without his wife and family being present?

Finally, of course, the management of the Beck trial by Mr. Justice Jowitt is an important issue in this whole affair. He attempted to prohibit media reporting of the trial, and then interrupted the examination of witnesses to prevent Greville Janners name being mentioned. We ask Janner:

23. Did he – or others acting in his interests – use extensive political, legal, or other more secretive contacts to see to it that the trial judge would be briefed as to his predicament and to pull every stroke to try and protect him?

There are other questions to be asked: questions which must be answered by The Lord Chancellor, the Director of Public Prosecutions, the Leicester Police and the Director of Leicester Social Services.

WHICH OFFICIALS JOINED TO HELP JANNER PLAN?

A NUMBER of senior public officials have got a lot of explaining to do if the widely held belief that the authorities engaged in a cover-up to protect Greville Janner is to be dispelled.

The first candidate for questioning must be the Lord Chancellor, Lord Mackay of Clashfern, who as head of the Judiciary, must answer for the astounding conduct of the Judge in the trial of Frank Beck, Mr. Justice Edwin Jowitt We ask the Lord Chancellor:

1. Are there any kind of formal legal proceedings available to a person who knows he is to be mentioned in connection with criminal conduct during a forthcoming trial (in which he is not an accused or a witness) whereby he can make representations to the judge listed to try the case?

2. Are there any kind of lawful but informal means whereby a person in such a situation might make such representations to a trial judge?

3. Do exalted members of the legal profession have an exceptional right to make such representations to a trial judge?

4. If as we believe, his answers to the first three questions herein must be a definite NO, then how can he explain Judge Jowitts determination at the very outset of the trial to do all he could to shield Greville Janner?


We are unaware of any official statement issued by the Director of Public Prosecutions to the effect that a formal decision had been taken not to prosecute Janner.

However, a number of newspapers reported that the DPP had ³let it be known² that Janner would not be prosecuted and suggested that the reason for this was ³lack of any evidence² to support the testimony of Janner¹s alleged victim, Paul Winston.

At a later stage we will be directing certain questions to the Chief Constable of the Leicester Police concerning his officers report to the DPP concerning the Winston/Janner relationship, but in the meanwhile, we ask the Director of Public Prosecutions:

1. Have there not been successful prosecutions for sexual assault – rape, for example – in which the sole witness was the victim, and where there was no conclusive supporting forensic evidence?

2. Have there not been successful prosecutions for incestuous child abuse long after there was any possibility of securing forensic or other evidence to support the allegations of the victim, who was often the sole witness?

3. Did not Paul Winston give the police very substantial and accurate detail in support of his allegations with regard to such things as Greville Janner¹s home bedroom and bedrooms at various hotels, Janner¹s person and myriad other relevant matters – which he could not possibly have invented?

4. Is it not often the case that men who prey on young boys deliberately seek out youngsters with insecure or non-existent family backgrounds and who are perhaps verging on delinquency or vagrancy, not only because such boys are inadequately supervised and often desperate for money (and love!) but also because the predators hope that such boys would be unlikely to voice complaints to the authorities and, if they did, their word would not be valued?


We have no reason to doubt that the Leicester Police did a thorough job of investigation. However, we would wish to be, assured on certain points. Therefore, we ask the Leicester Chief Constable:

1. Were the records of the Leicester Holiday Inn and the hotel in Scotland for the material times checked against Winstons story? Were the staff of those hotels traced and interviewed?

2. When the police interviewed Paul Winston for the first time (when they were conducting interviews with all the youngsters who had been in Frank Becks care) was not the sole objective of the interview to obtain informa­tion about Beck? If so, would this not explain why Winston did not make any complaint against Janner in that interview?

3. What were the circumstances during the second interview with Winston, which prompted either the police to solicit – or Winston to volunteer – inform­ation about other adult sexual predators? How did Janners name arise?

4. In the late 1970s did the Leicester Social Services notify the police that a letter had been received from the warden of one of its childrens homes (Frank Beck) complaining about the relationship between Paul Winston and Greville Janner? If so, did the police interview Janner at the time? If not, why not?


This topic leads us on to our final respondent. We ask the Director of Leicester Social Services:

1. Was a letter received from one of its wardens, Frank Beck, complaining of a relationship between one of the departments wards. Paul Winston, and Greville Janner?

2. What action did the department take? Was the matter notified to the police? If not, why not? Was a warning-off letter or verbal warning issued to Janner? If not, why not?

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13 years before the Madeleine McCann story, Leicestershire Constabulary found itself in the middle of another controversial story. Greville Janner QC MP was accused of sodomising Paul Winston.

The story came out during the trial of Frank Beck in Leicester in 1994. Beck died under suspicious circumstances and Janner never had to take the stand. A booklet was produced and is reproduced below.

It is worth repeating the text because one can see many parallels between that case and the Madeleine McCann case.

There are Freemasons involved in the cover-up. Sir David Napley of Kingsley Napley represented Janner and Michael Caplan QC of Kingsley Napley represented the McCanns soon after they fled Portugal in September 2007. Many believe that Michael Caplan QC represented the McCanns because he had successfully defended Augusto Pinochet against extradition. However, it is not widely known that Augusto Pinochet was a high-ranking Freemason. Of course, Janner is a Freemason as well.
This is a rather depressing story. It shows how the establishment work and long before the Internet was as powerful as it is today we have to ask just how many stories like this have been covered up? Former soccer star Justin Fashanu claimed to have had sex with MPs. He ended up dead, just as Stephen Milligan MP did after allegedly trying to gag Fashanu.
It seems that politicians can evade having to face the music but rich people in the music industry are not so lucky as Jonathan King, Tam Paton and Paul Gadd have found to their cost
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Thirteen years before the Madeleine McCann story, Leicestershire Constabulary found itself in the middle of another controversial story. Greville Janner QC MP was accused of sodomising Paul Winston.

The story came out during the trial of Frank Beck in Leicester in 1994. Beck died under suspicious circumstances and Janner never had to take the stand. A booklet was produced and is reproduced below.


It is worth repeating the text because one can see many parallels between that case and the Madeleine McCann case.

There are Freemasons involved in the cover-up. Sir David Napley of Kingsley Napley represented Janner and Michael Caplan QC of Kingsley Napley represented the McCanns soon after they fled Portugal in September 2007. Many believe that Michael Caplan QC represented the McCanns because he had successfully defended Augusto Pinochet against extradition. However, it is not widely known that Augusto Pinochet was a high-ranking Freemason. Of course, Janner is a Freemason as well.

This is a rather depressing story. It shows how the establishment work and long before the Internet was as powerful as it is today we have to ask just how many stories like this have been covered up? Former soccer star Justin Fashanu claimed to have had sex with MPs. He ended up dead, just as Stephen Milligan MP did after allegedly trying to gag Fashanu.

It seems that politicians can evade having to face the music but rich people in the music industry are not so lucky as Jonathan King, Tam Paton and Paul Gadd have found to their cost.

Is there any wonder the McCann case is treading water?

The text below is the document circulated around the early 90s.

IS GREVILLE JANNER QC, MP ABOVE THE LAW?
How people in high places covered-up for a Parliamentary paedophile.

By Dr. A. Van Helsing

MILLSTONE and DEEPSEA
LONDON
(A division of L.R.D. Publications Ltd)
78 Blackfriars Road, London SE1 8HE

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WINSTON DESERVES JUSTICE NOT SMEARS

GREVILLE Janner told the House of Commons that Paul Winston’s court evidence was perjured and that Winston was “an accomplice” in a conspiracy to defame him hatched by Frank Beck.

Janner felt safe in making such a claim behind the protection of parliamentary privilege. If there were the slightest evidence to support this claim, Janner would have made it outside the House.

There has not been any suggestion that Winston be prosecuted for perjury. Further, he has repeated his evidence outside the court but Janner refuses the opportunity to prove his innocence by suing Winston for slander.

Janner called Winston a liar simply because he gave evidence for Beck. But while it was part of the Crown case that Beck assaulted many of the children in his care, it did not suggest that he had assaulted them all!

Furthermore, apart from Winston there were two other witnesses whose testimony indicated an improper relationship between Winston and Janner – and they were both prosecution witnesses.

So there is no reason to believe that Winston did not give truthful evidence at the trial, speaking as he found about both the men who loomed large during his adolescent years.

Janner played on differences between statements Winston made to the police before the Beck trial, and his testimony at the trial. It is obvious that Winston made no mention of Janner in his first statement because the police were interviewing him about Becks activities, not Janner’s.

His second statement did make reference to sexual encounters with Janner but he made no mention of being buggered. This accusation, it is true, was only made at the trial. This difference is not hard to understand.

By the time the police came to ask him about the events of 15 years ago, he was a 31 year old married man with children of his own. One can imagine him being embarrassed about discussing being buggered. Perhaps he sought to blot out this memory. No doubt as the date of the trial drew nearer he came to accept that he would have to tell the whole truth, as he would be on oath.

And he – unlike Janner – has told his story in open court on oath and has faced up to the ordeal of cross-examination. This is the test Janner has ducked. Why should we believe him?

EDITORIAL POLICY
THE publication of this leaflet has not been prompted by homophobia. The lawful conduct of consenting adults is not our concern. We do, however, believe that young people (of either sex) in their early teens, must not be sexually exploited by adults. Further, we believe that Britain will only be a decent place in which to grow up if the authorities adhere to Lord Denning’s great dictum:

Be you ever so high, the Law is above you!

The Concerned Leicester Parents leaflet ended with requests that recipients:

1) Distribute photocopies of the document to their MPs, councillors, police chiefs, media editors, vicars, teachers, youth leaders, etc.

2) Write to Greville Janner himself at:
153 Falloden Way, London NW11 6LG.
Tel & Fax: 020 8455 7442
Enclosing a copy of the leaflet and demanding answers to the questions asked in the document.
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Your post made me think of a speech made by Sir Peter Bottomley (Elm Guest House regular )in the house of commons that I read recently.

http://www.theyworkforyou.com/debate...+birds#g1139.0

29th April 1980

Will my hon. Friend consider bringing the NSPCC up to the level of the societies engaged in the protection of animals and birds, so that it becomes a Royal society rather than just a national society?

And even more shockingly the opening question for the same debate

Greville Janner


asked the Secretary of State for Social Services what steps he has taken to promote or to encourage co-operation and co-ordination between local authorities in connection with child abuse and battering.

Was he worried they were on his case !!

These people have no shame no conscience
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All Commons debates on 29 Apr 1980

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Has the Minister's attention been drawn to yesterday's report of the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children indicating that the problems of child abuse and battering are increasing and are likely to increase still further? In the light of that does he not feel that his answer is thoroughly inadequate in that it in no way ensures that help will be given, either to the NSPCC so that it may have the resources it needs to do its job properly, or to local authorities who desperately need help to deal with this tragic problem which has shown itself in the city of Leicester, for example, in the Carly Taylor case?
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The international magicians club known as the Magic Circle, which counts Prince Charles as a member, voted Monday to end its males-only status. By a vote of 469 to 129, the London-based group decided to admit women. Member of Parliament Greville Janner, one of the more prominent magicians in the club, welcomed the result. "It's magic," he said. Formed in 1905, the group has 1,400 members worldwide.
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Hewitt has an Australian passport which she will not let expire in case she has to make a quick exit down under.



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Labour Party Parachuting Paedophiles
Posted on June 8, 2011 by labour25
Just when you thought the Labour Party couldn’t get any more paedophilic,we have discovered that the Paedophile Labour Party’s ‘boy-buggering’Labour MP from Leicester West Greville Janner, had been replaced with a member of the Paedophile Information Exchange ( PIE ) the paedophile minded and paedophile protector, Patricia Hewitt. So, as one paedophile goes…. The Paedohile Labour Party ‘parachutes’ in another of it’s disciples of paedophilia.

A brave little boy…

Paul Winston, was living in a youth hostel and was an innocent 13 year old child. He loved being a member of the boy scouts but was the victim of the Labour Party’s paedophile sex attacker Greville janner, who took it upon himself to be a boy scout administrator and was also a prominent leader of the Jewish Council in Leicester. The boy who was only 13 years old was groomed at first by Labour Party MP Greville Janner, then he took the boy to his house when his wife was out, and subjected the child to gross acts of indecency in his bed. The abuse of the child continued when Greville Janner took the boy on holiday and subjected him to more sexual abuse, at the Leicester Holiday Inn Hotel.. he sodomised the boy who was then only 14 years old. He sent gifts to the boy when he returned him to the hostel, such as a bicycle. The hostel manager was Frank Beck, a convicted child sex attacker who Labour Party paedophile Greville Janner knew.

A typical case once again… why do social services not check out all the Labour MPS and Councillors? Because the Labour paedophiles pay there wages !!

The Trial…

Frank Beck, the boys hostel manager and a convicted child sex attacker was imprisoned at Whitemoor Prison in Cambridgeshire. He had evidence to convict Greville Janner but died mysteriously of a heart attack in the gymnasium inside the prison. The trial then never came to court. The whole investigation involved the youth hostel, the Leicester social services, and an address for a paedophile ‘rent-boy’ house.

Was this hostel, this place? The paedophile rent-boy house was set up by greville Janner and another Labour Party paedophile Councillor. Who was he/she? Are they one of the Labour25 now already convicted for a different crime against children? At Frank Beck’s trial for sexual abuse.. he said ‘ Greville Janner has been abusing at least one boy for 2 years at least.’

Labour Party Paedophile Greville Janner had escaped being prosecuted for the sexual abuse of a child. We will never know who the other Labour Party Paedophile is who tried to set up the paedophile rent-boy house in Leicester. Frank Beck told his barrister of evidence of another victim of Labour Party Paedophile Greville Janners reign of sexual abuse on children.

The other witness was not a victim, but watched Greville Janner abuse another child, whom they would need to ask to take the stand.

Labour Party standing ovation for a Paedophile

When Greville Janner’s case never went to trial because of the death of the witness, he entered Parliament and received a standing ovation and cheers and applause by all the Labour Party MP’s. That’s what the Labour Party think of the sodomised child, Paul Winston who was subjected to the evil paedophilic Labour Party child sex monster Greville Janner. The paedophile Labour Party cover-up murdering scumbags that they are. we will never know who the other Labour Party paedophile was who tried to set up the paedophile rent-boy house in Leicester.

The Labour Party in 1997 was the retiring year for Paedophile Greville Janner. The Labour Party replaced paedophile Greville Janner with Paedophile Information Exchange member Patricia Hewitt. Labour party paedophile Greville Janner was made a ‘Lord’ and became Lord Greville Janner. At the time just before his trial, the witness against him died… Labour Party paedophile Lord Greville Janner was also at that time, a QC.

The Labour Party..

Replace a Paedophile, with a paedophile, so when they lose one… they Parachute one in !

The Labour Party is a Paedophile Party.


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I know this has been posted before but it merits a review given the much earlier postings on Geoffrey Dickens, who had stood up in 1981 and asked the Attorney-General if he would prosecute Sir Peter Hayman under the Post Office Acts for sending and receiving pornographic material through the Royal Mail. Sir Peter Hayman - aka Mr Henderson -who once worked in defence and the foreign office was sheltered by Sir Michael Havers and Greville Janner

Dickens then campaigned against paedophiles and sought to bring about a Bill which effectively oulawed membership of PIE or of any organisation that co-ordinated paedophile activities. This Bill was shot down by Clare Short who must have been aware of the general rumours going around and newspapers full of stories from 1982 about Elm Guest House. She decided that a Bill that would make it illegal to be a member of any organisation that condoned paedophilia would not ” afford children increased protection.

Then on Nov. 24 Tory MP Geoffrey Dickens presented to Home Secretary Leon Brittan a dossier containing evidence of a "paedophile ring," which he says has been operating for some time out of Buckingham Palace and the Foreign Office. Dickens's revelations followed a strong attack from Chief Justice Lord Lane on Great Britain's "immoral society:; in a speech at Cambridge University on Nov. 9. " Lord Lane called for a public outcry against a new morality that lets "buggers" be called "gays" and allows children to be exposed to heavy doses of pornographic sex and violence in "video nasties."

Politically there were larger games at stake. Lord Lane was part of a Tory faction which opposed Lord Carrington's detente policy with the Soviet Union and sought to initiate a public cleanup campaign against homosexuality, paedophilia, and the video nasties to which hundreds of thousands of youth between 6 and 16 have been exposed.

The former Archbishop of Canterbury, Lord Coggan, joined Lord Lane in the crackdown. Well-informed observers believe that this effort may have been started to clean up the rampant homosexuality and child pornography tolerated until now by Britain's elite, because of the mounting war danger: a danger Carrington and his Foreign Office friends vehemently denied.

How much are these people covering up?

Dope, Inc.
The implication of Lord Carrington's friends at the Foreign Office in a paedophilia ring is not the only scandal hanging over Carrington. The pedophilia question opens a Pandora's box of international rings that s pecialise in child sexual exploitation, but are also involved in the illegal drug traffic that operates above the level of nations-Dope, Inc. Carrington's ties to the top levels of the dope trade were an open secret.

Chief Justice Lord Lane cited the fact that 84 percent of all the heroin seized en route to Great Britain originated with Afghani rebels operating from Pakistan and the Indian subcontinent. This stream of heroin from the "Golden Crescent" was believed by security experts to reveal the footprints of a drugs-for-guns trafficking operation set up by Lord Carrington. In 1981 when· he was British Foreign Secretary, Lord Carrington had sought· to oust U.S. intelligence control over the Afghani rebel movement, to gain a bargaining chip with the Soviets.
Before becoming Foreign Secretary he sat at the center of British involvement in Dope, Inc., the $500 billion international illegal narcotics cartel. In 1967 Lord Carrington joined the board of Barclay's Bank, exposed in the 1978 book Dope, Inc. as the premier British bank involved in multi-billion dollar offshore laundering of dirty money from drug trafficking and other organized crime activities.

Barclay's is part of a nexus that includes the Oppenheimer family interests which cartelized international gold and diamond markets, the main commodities used in illegal drug and gun deals. The Oppenheimer interests, including Anglo-American Gold Company and De Beers, have made similar cartel arrangements for Soviet production of these commodities.

At the time he joined Barclay's, Lord Carrington was on the board of Hambros Bank, which was involved in joint ventures with the former Vatican banker Michele Sindona, now imprisoned in the United States. His position with Hambros brought Lord Carrington into the circles of the Propaganda-2 Masonic lodge of Italy, pinpointed by Italian magistrates as responsible for every major coup attempt, assassination, and terrorist act since the late-1960s' NATOlinked "strategy of tension" in Italy.
Implicated in the "strategy of tension" from the U. S. end was former U. S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger a business partner in Carrington's firm Kissinger Associates, Inc. Kissinger has been named in Italian court testimony as a member of the Monte Carlo Although Lord Lane only touched superficially on certain leads in his mention of Golden Crescent heroin production in Pakistan, it is notable that one of the main transshipment routes for this production has more recently been identified as the Bulgarian Connection.
Italian magistrates investigating the kidnapping of NATO Gen. James Dozier turned up links between the Red Brigades and the secret services of Bulgaria, fronting for the Soviet KGB. Later, Italian magistrates uncovered the biggest arms-for-drugs nexus ever, protected by P-2 connected banks in Milan, and following the same Gold Crescent gun- and drug-running circuits in which Mehmet Ali Agca was safehoused before his attempt to kill Pope John Paul
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Security experts had long warned that the sexually deviant behavior of Lord Carrington's associates, recorded by multiple intelligence agencies, including his would-be negotiating partners in the KGB, represented a massive security risk.
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Greville Janner. Lord (sic) Janner of Braunstone. Should paedophiles be executed?
Known Paedophile is Instrumental in Promoting Holocaust Hoaxer and Plagiarizer Denis Avey's New Book

Posted on 10. Oct, 2011 by admin in Holo Frauds and Quacks By Carolyn Yeager

Greville Janner, now Lord Janner of Braunstone, stands accused of pedophilia during the trial of Frank Beck in 1991. Janner, a well-known and well-connected British Jew, and a Labour MP from 1970 to 1997, has never answered the charges.
This is according to the C.H.R.I.S.-UK (Children Have Rights in Society) website in a
copyrighted 2010 report
. It tells us that Greville Janner, along with being the Chairman of the Holocaust Educational Trust, the President of the Commonwealth Jewish Council, a former President of the Board of Deputies of British Jews and Vice President of the World Jewish Congress, is also a member of the
Magic Circle
and of the
International Brotherhood of Magicians.
I wrote about this man and showed a picture of him in my
article of April 28
, "
Why the BBC and Labor Government Cynically Backed the Denis Avey Holocaust Hoax, and Why They Won't Let It Go
." Here are two other pictures of him.

Above top: David Berglas poses with Greville Janner at his 80th birthday party. Note the Andy Warhol "Marilyn Monroe" print on the wall. This picture is from Uri
Geller.com
. Geller calls Janner an enthusiastic amateur magician and a dear friend. Above: a recent picture of Janner.
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Francis Lawrence, founder of the Campaign for Decency, wrote this about Janner in 2005:
JANNER is a child molester well known to the police. An active file on his activities has been maintained at Scotland Yard since even before the eruption of the Leicester Children's Home scandal of 1991 … JANNER used the device of a "Personal Statement" to deny all the accusations against him. Statements to the House of Commons of this kind, apart from being covered by Parliamentary privilege, are exempt from the usual interjections *and questions* from other MPs. After making his statement JANNER was invited by the press to answer their questions *outside* the privileged confines of the House. He refused to do so, and refused to explain why.
Thus it may be seen that his subsequent claims to have been "cleared by Parliament of all accusations" is utterly untrue. JANNER ducked a genuine opportunity to clear his name by taking legal action against his former victim who, as a grown man, has re-iterated his evidence outside the protection of the witness box.

Instead of quitting public life, JANNER simply kept his head down for a while. Now, in the mistaken belief that the dust from the Frank Beck affair has settled, JANNER has had the impudence to take a leading role in the crusade to recover “Holocaust Loot” allegedly held in Swiss banks.
Signed:
Frances Lawrence Campaign for Decency
Hon. Secretary: Andrew Hillier

64 Victoria Street


London SW1E 6QP
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Tel.
0171-798-2259
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Janner made a peer to escape being thrown out by voters
Several years later, in 1997, Janner was ennobled and took the title Baron of Braunstone. The man responsible for ennobling Greville Janner was Tony Blair (former Labor Party Prime Minister). As a member of the House of Lords, who are appointed essentially by the Sovereign on the recommendation of the Prime Minister rather than voted in as are the members of the House of Commons, Janner cannot be removed from office by the people.1 A "privilege" enjoyed by both Houses is that of freedom from arrest, although it is not total any longer.2
Placing him in the House of Lords is believed to have been done for the protection of Greville Janner, so that he can remain a respectable actor in British politics and society. We have to assume that Janner donated a hefty sum to the British Labor Party in order to be recommended for a peerage. Or did he use blackmail? Gordon Brown is himself accused of being a pedophile, and Tony Blair accused of covering up for senior members of his government, no doubt including his Chancellor of the Exchequer, Brown.


How closely can we connect Avey to Janner?
This child molester, Janner, is the man Denis Avey thanked, right after thanking his wife and Sir Martin Gilbert who wrote the short forward, in the acknowledgements in his book The Man Who Broke Into Auschwitz. He thanks Lord Janner, Karen Pollack and the team at the Holocaust Education Trust for their "ongoing help and support," and writes "Their work is beyond value." After Janner, he thanks Gordon Brown. So not only is Avey a liar and a poseur of the worst sort because of his made-up stories about his time in the POW camp at Auschwitz, he has no problem associating himself and getting assistance from the lowest forms of humanity in the United Kingdom, such as Janner. It is not reasonable to think that, as a Brit interested in British politics, he had not heard something about the Janner scandal; certainly his co-writer Rob Broomby knew all about it. Tellingly, Broomby did not mention Janner or the HET in his acknowledgements.
It's no wonder Avey so recklessly accuses innocent people of crimes that occurred only in his own sick fantasies--he obviously has no standards or scruples by which he guides his life, in spite of all his talk about his solid 'country' upbringing in Essex, and being a 'man of principle.' Avey writes in Chapter One of his book, "I grew up in a world of moral certainties and I was expected to stand up for what was right. [My father] taught me to respect humans and animals." What about unprotected children? It is clear from his show of respect for Greville Janner and Gordon Brown that Avey is not a man who 'stands up' for what is right. Instead, he 'stands up' for personal profit and falsely asserting himself as a 'hero.'

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The Awareness Center, Inc. is the international Jewish Coalition Against Sexual Abuse/Assault (JCASA). We are dedicated to ending sexual violence in Jewish communities globally. We do our best to operate as "the make a wish foundation" for Jewish survivors of sex crimes, by offering a clearinghouse of information, resources, support and advocacy. We are a tax-exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1991

Case of Lord Greville Janner
Case of Lord Greville Janner
(AKA: Baron Janner of Braunstone, Greville Ewan Janner, Greville E. Janner)

Ratcliffe Road Children's Home - Leicester, England

Cardiff, England
St Paul’s School - London, England
Bishop’s College School - Lennoxville, Quebec, Canada
Past President of the Cambridge Union and Chairman of the Cambridge Union Labour Club - Cambridge
Past President of Trinity Hall’s Athletic Club - Cambridge
Fulbright and Smith-Mundt scholarship to Harvard Law School - Boston, MA
Past President of the Board of Deputies of British Jews
Chairs the Holocaust Educational Trust and is vice president of the World Jewish Congress.



Accused, but never charged with sexually abusing a boy in his care for over a two-year period. The "alleged" victim told the court that he had been given money, toys, clothing and tickets for concerts by the MP during their relationship, and said: ''I had become accustomed to the gifts I was receiving and the expensive restaurants, so I went along with it.''

Allegations were also made that the police were trying to cover up alleged sexual abuse of the teenage boy in the mid- 1970s by Greville Janner, Labour MP for Leicester West.

Lord Greville Janner is married with three children. He was a former British Labour MP, former Chairman of Britain-Israel Parliamentary Group. He was president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews from 1979 to 1985 and He is a very prominant member of the English Jewish community. Janner also wrote a book with Shimon Peres.

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Disclaimer: Inclusion in this website does not constitute a recommendation or endorsement. Individuals must decide for themselves if the resources meet their own personal needs.

Table of Contents:
Greville Janner

1991
Greville Janner is named by witness (09/27/1991)
Woman and two men accuse care officer of sex abuse (09/27/1991)
Teenager 'prevented from visiting MP'; A court heard of systematic abuse of boys and girls at Leicestershire homes. Jack O'Sullivan reports (09/27/1991)
'Abuse victims' tell of their childhood torment: Witnesses give evidence from behind screen (09/27/1991)
MP Janner Abused Child, Says Sex Case Man (10/30/1991)
Home boss says MP abused boy (10/31/1991)
'I Wrote To MP Over Abused Boy' - Children's Home Chief (10/31/1991)
Man in sex trial accuses Greville Janner of abuse (10/31/1991)
Greville Janner named in court as child abuser (10/31/1991)
Sex trial man 'wrote to MP over abused boy' (10/31/1991)
I tried to ban MP's affair with boy' (11/01/1991)
Home chief says he wrote to MP about abused boy (11/01/1991)
Children's home head denies trying to blackmail MP (11/02/1991)
Police covered up MP's sex with boy, ex-children's worker alleges (11/05/1991)
I was victim of MP's sex abuse, claims care boy (11/09/1991)
Former boy in care says Labour MP sexually abused him (11/09/1991)
Man tells of sex sessions with MP while in care (11/09/1991)
Abuse case witness tells of sex with MP: Beck 'rescued boy from affair with Greville Janner' (11/09/1991)
MP 'sent letter to boy, 13' (11/12/1991)
Abuse case jury shown 'MP's note' (11/12/1991)
Witness in abuse trial 'kept letters from MP' (11/12/1991)
'Janner letter' in court (11/12/1991)
Abuse claims against MP 'a red herring' (11/16/1991)
MP's letter to boy 'extraordinary' (11/19/1991)
Children's home head guilty of sexual abuse (11/27/1991)
Beck found guilty of sexual abuse of children in care (11/27/1991)
Head of home guilty of abuse (11/27/1991)
MP Withdraws Debate On Contempt Law (11/28/1991)

1992
Press ban at sex abuse inquiry is attacked (01/23/1992)
MP at Beck hearing;Greville Janner (06/20/1992)
Greville Janner Suite (06/20/1992)

1995
Tories hold back in bid to oust Janner (02/22/1995)

2002
The strange case of Michael Jackson, Paul Boateng, a spoon-bender and the Palace of Westminster (06/15/2002)

2004
Lifestyles Magazine (pre-Spring/2004)

2009
Lord Janner: My friend Michael Jackson (06/26/2009)

2011
Known Pedophile is Instrumental in Promoting Holocaust Hoaxer and Plagiarizer Denis Avey's New Book (10/10/2011)

2012
Galilee school centre name honours Lord Janner (08/30/2012)
Lord Janner honoured by Israel (11/08/2012)


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Greville Janner
http://www.tutorgig.com/encyclopedia...r'Greville Janner' or 'Lord Janner of Braunstone' ( July 11 1928 - ) is a British politician in the Labour Party .

He was born in Cardiff , and trained as a lawyer, attending Trinity Hall, Cambridge , and Harvard Law School . He became a barrister and was appointed a QC (Queens Counsel) in 1971.

He represented Leicester North West then Leicester West in the House of Commons from 1970 until his retirement in 1997. The seat is now held by Patricia Hewitt .

He was been president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews from 1978 to 1984, and was a key campaigner in the efforts to get reparations for victims of the Holocaust .

He was created Lord Janner of Braunstone in 1997.


Background
Janner was born in Cardiff, Wales to Jewish parents, the son of Sir Barnett Janner, a former Chairman of the Zionist Federation of Great Britain. Educated at St Paul s School, London, Janner was evacuated to Canada during the war and attended Bishop's College School, Lennoxville, Quebec. At the age of 18 he joined the British Army, where he served in the War Crimes Investigation Unit near the former Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in occupied Germany, and worked on cases of killings at Stalag Luft III. Later, Janner studied Law, attending Trinity Hall, Cambridge where he was President of the Cambridge Union Society in 1952, and Harvard Law School, which he attended through both the Fulbright and Smith-Mundt awards.[1]

He became a barrister in 1954 and was appointed a QC in 1971.[1]


Political career
Janner represented Leicester North West and then Leicester West in the House of Commons from 1970 until his retirement in 1997.[1] His predecessor in the seat was his father, Sir Barnett Janner, a former Chairman of the Zionist Federation of Great Britain. He was succeeded by Patricia Hewitt.

He was created a life peer as Baron Janner of Braunstone, of Leicester in the County of Leicestershire in 1997. He is President of the All-Party Parliamentary Group against Anti-Semitism, and chairs the All-Party Britain-Israel Parliamentary Group.
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Greville Janner is named by witness
The Daily Telegraph - September 27, 1991

ABSTRACT:

She said: "[Frank Beck] and [Paul Winston] were arguing about [Greville Janner]. He (Beck) wasn't going to let him go and visit Greville Janner."

The woman replied: "He (Beck) was shouting to Paul that he wasn't going to see Greville Janner any more."

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Woman and two men accuse care officer of sex abuse
By Craig Seton
Times Newspapers Limited, September 27, 1991


A SENIOR child care officer accused of sexually abusing children was alleged to have argued with a boy about visiting ''a man called Greville Janner'', Leicester crown court was told.

Giving evidence on Monday, the fifth day of the trial, a woman, now aged 31, claimed that she had heard an argument between the boy and Frank Beck, the officer in charge of the Ratcliffe Road children's home in Leicester. The woman, who alleged that she had been repeatedly raped by Mr Beck when she was aged about 15, was asked by Peter Joyce, QC, for the prosecution, whether she had ever heard arguments between Mr Beck and any boys at the home.

She told the court: ''Frank Beck and (Alleged Victims Name withheld) arguing about Greville Janner. He (Mr Beck) was not going to let him go and visit Greville Janner.''

The woman was cross-examined on Tuesday by John Black, for Mr Beck. He asked her: ''It was an argument, wasn't it, about him going off to see a man called Greville Janner?'' The woman replied: ''He was shouting to (Alleged Victims Name withheld) that he wasn't going to see Greville Janner any more.'' Mr Black asked the woman if (Alleged Victims Name withheld) used to boast about being a rent boy. She replied: ''When he first came to the home, yes he did.''

The woman had claimed that she had faked pains to have an appendix operation to escape sexual abuse: ''I just wanted to get away. I was certain I would be able to tell someone and never go back, but it didn't work.''

She told the court from behind a screen that she was petrified of Mr Beck because he had threatened to send her back to a psychiatric unit. She said that Mr Beck had had sexual contact with her about 30 times.

Some of the adults who were children when they were allegedly abused broke down when they gave evidence from behind a screen. Their evidence was relayed from a camera in front of the witness stand to the dock, where Mr Beck and two other defendants were able to see them on a television monitor.

Mark Wright, now 26, shouted at Mr Beck and broke down during his evidence about abuse he allegedly suffered when he was aged nine or ten. He told the court: ''It was awful. The bastards. It was a nightmare in that kids' home.'' He claimed to have suffered rib injuries when he was attacked by Mr Beck after running away. John Watson, now 20, alleged he was eight when Mr Beck began to abuse him at Ratcliffe Road. He claimed he was sexually abused during bathtime sessions.

The hearing continues today.
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Alleged Sex Offender - Lord Greville Janner
Teenager 'prevented from visiting MP'; A court heard of systematic abuse of boys and girls at Leicestershire homes. Jack O'Sullivan reports
By Jack O'Sullivan
The Independent (London), September 27, 1991
A RESIDENT of Ratcliffe Road children's home, who allegedly said that he had been a rent boy, was stopped from visiting Greville Janner, Labour MP for Leicester West, by Frank Beck, the court was told on Monday.

A 31-year-old woman allegedly raped and buggered as a teenager by Mr Beck at the home detailed an alleged row about 15 years ago between Mr Beck and the boy, (Alleged Victims Name withheld), about going to see Mr Janner.

She was asked by Peter Joyce QC, for the prosecution, if she could remember hearing Mr Beck in conversation or argument with a boy. She told the court: ''Frank Beck and (Alleged Victims Name withheld) were arguing about Greville Janner. He Beck wasn't going to let him go and visit Greville Janner.'' (Alleged Victims Name withheld), formerly in care, is now aged 31.

On Tuesday, under cross- examination by John Black, representing Mr Beck, the woman said: ''He was shouting to (Alleged Victims Name withheld) that he wasn't going to see Greville Janner anymore.''

Mr Black asked her: ''(Alleged Victims Name withheld) used to boast about being a rent boy, didn't he?'' She replied: ''When he first came to the home, yes he did.''

Mr Black continued: ''Mr Beck, I suggest you know perfectly well, utterly disapproved of any form of homosexual contact between men and children at his home, didn't he?''

''I cannot agree with what you say,'' the woman replied.

During her evidence, the woman said that she had been sent to the home at the age of 15 from the Towers Hospital, a local psychiatric unit.

She told the court she had faked pains in her side after being repeatedly raped by Frank Beck and sexually assaulted by other staff. She had deliberately undergone an unnecessary operation to remove her appendix in a desperate attempt to escape sexual abuse at the hands of staff at the home, she said.

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'Abuse victims' tell of their childhood torment: Witnesses give evidence from behind screen - 'We were just sitting chatting when he picked me up and carried me to his bedroom. He took my clothes off' - Former children's home resident says she feigned appendicitis to escape sex attacks

'Abuse victims' tell of their childhood torment: Witnesses give evidence from behind screen - 'We were just sitting chatting when he picked me up and carried me to his bedroom. He took my clothes off' - Former children's home resident says she feigned appendicitis to escape sex attacks
By IAN KATZ
The Guardian (London) - September 27, 1991


Alleged Sex Offender - Greville Janner as solider
SEVEN former residents of Leicestershire children's homes have told a jury of sexual abuse and violence by social workers in charge of the homes.

Three males, now adults, claimed they had been buggered by Frank Beck, the officer in charge of three homes between 1973 and 1986, and a 31-year-old woman said she had been repeatedly raped and buggered by Mr Beck and sexually assaulted by other social workers.

Two men said they had been repeatedly sexually assaulted as children in Mr Beck's care.

Giving evidence from behind a screen, the woman told Leicester crown court that she had had her appendix removed as a teenager to escape sexual abuse by social workers.

Cross-examined by John Black, counsel for Mr Beck, she described how she had heard an argument between Mr Beck and a boy resident, who boasted that he was a rent boy, relating to Greville Janner, MP for Leicester West.

'He was shouting to (Alleged Victims Name withheld) (the boy) that he wasn't going to see Greville Janner any more,' she said.

Mr Beck, aged 49, denies 29 charges of buggery, attempted buggery, rape, indecent assault, and assault occasioning actual bodily harm.

Two social workers who served as deputies to Mr Beck, Peter Jaynes and George Lincoln, deny a total of four charges of buggery, indecent assault and assault.

The catalogue of alleged abuse and violence unfolded during seven days of evidence given by former residents, some of whom were shielded from Mr Beck's view by a screen.


Day one
Last Tuesday David Hunt, from Blackpool, now aged 29, told the jury how Mr Beck held him face down and buggered him after he had been taken to his quarters.

'I was telling him to get off me but he was holding me down after he'd got inside me,' Mr Hunt said.

He added that he felt scared and ashamed after the incident and told no one.

Mr Hunt claimed he also received regular beatings from Mr Beck 'for nothing'. He said up to a dozen members of staff were involved in administering summary beatings to children in the home.


Day two
Cross-examined by John Black, Mr Hunt denied pressure had been put on him by the police to give evidence.

He admitted that he had applied for compensation from the criminal injuries compensation board but denied that he was motivated by the possibility of receiving financial compensation if Mr Beck was convicted.


Day three
Mark Wright, aged 26, described how Mr Beck had performed oral sex with him at the age of 10 or 11. Mr Wright said staff at the home would keep him away from school on days when his injuries would be noticed. He also denied a suggestion by Mr Black that he had been pursuaded to make a statement by the police.

Later Stefan Iwasiw, aged 32, from Dartford, Kent, alleged that he had been raped by Mr Beck at the age of 16. 'We were just sitting chatting normal when he actually picked me up and carried me to his bedroom. He took my clothes off.


Day four
John Watson, 20, claimed he was buggered by Mr Beck on five occasions at the Ratcliffe Road home where, aged eight, he was the youngest child.

From behind a screen, he claimed this happened during bathtime homosexual sex sessions when Mr Beck would also masturbate himself or get Mr Watson to do it for him.

Cross-examined by Mr Black, he was asked why he had never made a complaint before.

He said he had always thought he would not be believed.


Day five
On Monday a 31-year-old woman, who claimed she had been repeatedly buggered and raped by Mr Beck and indecently assaulted by Mr Jaynes, described how Mr Beck had threatened to return her to a psychiatric unit if she did not do as he wished.

She said she was sent the Ratcliffe Road children's home from the Towers Hospital, a local psyachiatric unit, at the age of 15.

The woman also claimed she was raped and buggered by Mr Beck after disturbing him and a young boy resident in homosexual activity.

The woman said she was still a virgin when the alleged rape happened.Mr Beck had sexual contact with heraround 30 more times before she feigned illness, which led to her hospitalisation, to escape the home.


Day six
Cross-examined by Mr Black, the woman confirmed that she had overheard an argument between Mr Beck and a boy, named as (Alleged Victims Name withheld), concerning Greville Janner.

'He was shouting to (Alleged Victims Name withheld) that he wasn't going to see Greville Janner any more,' she said. Mr Black asked her: '(Alleged Victims Name withheld) used to boast about being a rent boy, didn't he?'

'When he first came to the home, yes he did,' she replied.

Mr Black continued: 'Mr Beck, I suggest you know perfectly well, utterly disapproved of any form of homosexual contact between men and children at his home, didn't he?'

'I cannot agree with what you say,' replied the woman.

She denied a suggestion by Mr Black that she was lying by claiming she was a virgin when she was allegedly raped and buggered by Mr Beck.


Day seven
On Wednesday Mark Linnett, now 30, told the jury how he complained to police more than 15 years ago about sex abuse in the Ratcliffe Road children's home.

Mr Linnett said he told his mother that he had been abused by Mr Beck and Mr Jaynes at the end of his two-year stay in the home and the police were informed.

Giving evidence from behind a screen, he described two incidents during which he was allegedly sexually abused by Mr Beck and one in which he was allegedly abused by Mr Jaynes.

Cross-examined by Mr Black, Mr Linnett agreed that he had previously tried to escape from a children's home but denied that he had fabricated allegations of abuse to escape the Ratcliffe Road home.

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Press Association - October 30, 1991, WednesdayLabour MP Greville Janner sexually abused a boy in care over a two-year period, the chief of a children's home told a court today. Frank Beck made the allegation while giving evidence at Leicester Crown Court, where he is denying 27 charges of sexual and physical abuse of children and former members of staff at children's homes over a 13-year period up until 1978. He said many of the youngsters in his care at Ratcliffe Road children's home in Leicester, had had sexual experiences. "A number had been abused," he said. "A lot of them felt they were responsible for that abuse and suffered a great deal of guilt. "I only ever got caught up in spontaneous chats with one child where a great deal of sexual activity was discussed. No, I would say two children." He added: "One child has been buggered and abused for two solid years by Greville Janner. "That child felt guilty and it was important that it should be talked about so he did not suffer the guilt."

Beck, 49, said he encouraged children to talk about sexual matters because so many had been abused. He admitted, under questioning from Mr John Black, defending, that he had told children to go and masturbate themselves. "Two children had been seriously abused - the one I've already mentioned, he was abused over two years - and another one who had spent long periods in London," Beck said. "It was necessary to discuss with them what they had been through." He denied encouraging any boys to behave homosexually, adding: "I think I did more than most to try and prevent it." He had acted angrily when boys at the home were caught together in a homosexual act, he said. Earlier in the trial a woman who claimed Beck raped and buggered her said she overheard an argument between Beck and a boy resident named as (Alleged Victims Name withheld). "It was an argument about him going off to see a man called Greville Janner?" Mr Black asked the woman, who is now 31. She replied: "He was shouting to (Alleged Victims Name withheld) that he wasn't going to see Greville Janner any more." She said (Alleged Victims Name withheld) boasted of being a rent boy when he first arrived at the home. Beck, formerly of Leicester, was close to tears as he denied physically abusing children. He said he had slapped children. Quoting from a phrase in a report on control of children in care he wrote in the 1970s, Beck said: "Punishment without love is bitterness, punishment based on fear destroys." He added: "I don't believe anyone has the right to hit anyone unless they love them."

Stephen Pollard, of Kingsley Napley, lawyers for Mr Janner, said in a statement to the Press Association: "All we can say within the constraints of the Contempt of Court Act is that since the trial is continuing at Leicester Crown Court the matter is sub judice. We have therefore advised Greville Janner that he is prevented from making any statements at this stage."

The trial was adjourned until tomorrow.
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Home boss says MP abused boy
Times Newspapers Limited - October 31, 1991


A FORMER children's home boss yesterday told a court that he counselled a boy in care who had been sexually abused by Greville Janner, the Labour MP for Leicester West. It was alleged that the youngster was sexually assaulted by the MP over a two-year period.

The claim was made by Frank Beck, aged 49, who was giving evidence at Leicester crown court. Beck denies 27 charges of sexual and physical abuse of children and former members of staff over a 13-year period up until 1978.

He said that a lot of youngsters in his care at the Ratcliffe Road children's home, Leicester, had sexual experience.

''One child has been buggered and abused for two solid years by Greville Janner,'' he said.

Beck, formerly of Leicester, denied he had physically abused children. The trial continues today.

Kingsley Napley, lawyers for Mr Janner, said in a statement to the Press Association: ''All we can say within the constraints of the Contempt of Court Act is that since the trial is continuing at Leicester crown court the matter is sub judice.

''We have therefore advised Greville Janner that he is prevented from making any statements at this stage.''
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'I WROTE TO MP OVER ABUSED BOY' - CHILDREN'S HOME CHIEF
Press Association - October 31, 1991, Thursday


A former children's homes chief broke down in court today as he told how he wrote to Labour MP Greville Janner in an attempt to stop his alleged relationship with an orphan boy in care.

Frank Beck, 49, wept as he told how he contacted the Leicester West MP at the House of Commons to try to end his contact with 15-year-old (Alleged Victims Name withheld). "The boy had been abused something chronic and I wasn't going to have it,"

Beck told Leicester Crown Court. Asked by John Black, defending, whether (Alleged Victims Name withheld) had ever tried to visit people outside the home, Beck said he had, adding: "I wrote to the person concerned in 1977 or 1978."

Mr Black asked him: "Who was it you wrote to, Mr Beck?" Beck replied: "Greville Janner at the Commons in London." Mr Black asked: "Why did you write to him ?"

Beck, still weeping, said: "I had spent two years putting right the damage that man had done to that boy and he (Janner) had the bloody audacity to complain to me because the boy had been down to London and met him accidentally.

I was incensed." Beck said Mr Janner had written to him after the accidental meeting and the letter had been put on the boy's social services file. He said (Alleged Victims Name withheld) had shown a friend round the House of Commons during a visit "because he knew it very well".

Mr Black asked if he had reported the incident to anyone and Beck replied: "Yes I did, the director of social services, Dorothy Edwards." Beck, formerly of Braunstone, Leicester, is accused of 27 charges of physical and sexual abuse on children in care and former members of staff. He denies the charges allegedly committed at three children's homes over a 13-year period up until 1986.

Describing how (Alleged Victims Name withheld) had been admitted to the Ratcliffe Road children's home in Leicester that he ran in 1975, Beck said: "He had major sexual problems.

He thought he was a girl and behaved in a homosexual manner. "He would basically offer his body to anyone who wanted it."

Asked by Mr Black to describe the boy's general behaviour, Beck replied: "I suppose 'sophistication' would be the right word.

"He was used to mixing in top-class company and had picked up many of the good manners and practices from there."

Beck said a man visited the home with a bicycle for the boy. "It was attempted to be delivered," he said.

"The man who delivered it was told it was not appropriate and should be taken away. "I believed it was a bribe and I did not want to encourage the relationship at all with the person concerned."

Asked if he had a homosexual relationship with (Alleged Victims Name withheld), Beck replied: "No. I say that very strongly indeed."

He added: "(Alleged Victims Name withheld) to my knowledge did not indulge in homosexual activity after he left the home.

He is now a happily married man with three children." Beck said he had kept in touch with (Alleged Victims Name withheld) and had attended his marriage and the christening of his first child. Also in the dock are former social workers Peter Jaynes, 42, of Beacon Hill, Chatham, Kent, who is accused of three offences of sexual and physical abuse on children, and George Lincoln, 39, of Carsons Drive, Great Cornard, Sudbury, Suffolk, who is accused jointly with Beck of buggery on a boy. The trial was adjourned until tomorrow when Beck is expected to be cross-examined by prosecutor Peter Joyce.
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The Independent (London) - October 31, 1991

A MAN named Greville Janner sexually abused a boy in care over a two-year period, the chief of a children's home told a court yesterday.

Later, Stephen Pollard, of Kingsley Napley, lawyers for Greville Janner, the Labour MP for Leicester West, said in a statement to the Press Association: ''All we can say within the constraints of the Contempt of Court Act is that since the trial is continuing at Leicester Crown Court the matter is sub judice. We have therefore advised Greville Janner that he is prevented from making any statements at this stage.'' Frank Beck made the allegation while giving evidence at Leicester Crown Court, where he is denying 27 charges of sexual and physical abuse of children and former members of staff at children's homes over a 13-year period up until 1986.

He said many of the youngsters in his care at Ratcliffe Road children's home in Leicester, had had sexual experiences.

''A number had been abused,'' he said. ''A lot of them felt they were responsible for that abuse and suffered a great deal of guilt.

''I only ever got caught up in spontaneous chats with one child where a great deal of sexual activity was discussed. No, I would say two children.''

He added: ''One child had been buggered and abused for two solid years by Greville Janner. That child felt guilty and it was important that it should be talked about so he did not suffer the guilt.''

Mr Beck, 49, said he encouraged children to talk about sexual matters because so many had been abused. He admitted, under questioning from John Black, defending, that he had told children to go and masturbate themselves.

''Two children had been seriously abused - the one I've already mentioned, he was abused over two years - and another one who had spent long periods in London,'' Mr Beck said. ''It was necessary to discuss with them what they had been through.''

He denied encouraging any boys to behave homosexually, adding: ''I think I did more than most to try and prevent it.''

He had acted angrily when boys at the home were caught together in a homosexual act, he said.

Earlier in the trial a woman who claimed Mr Beck raped and buggered her said she overheard an argument between Mr Beck and a boy resident named as (Alleged Victims Name withheld).

''It was an argument about him going off to see a man called Greville Janner?'' Mr Black asked the woman, who is now 31.

She replied: ''He was shouting to (Alleged Victims Name withheld) that he wasn't going to see Greville Janner any more.''

She said (Alleged Victims Name withheld) boasted of being a rent boy when he first arrived at the home.

Mr Beck, formerly of Leicester, was close to tears as he denied physically abusing children. He said he had slapped children.

Quoting from a phrase in a report he wrote in the 1970s on control of children in care, Mr Beck said: ''Punishment without love is bitterness, punishment based on fear destroys. I don't believe anyone has the right to hit anyone unless they love them.''

The case continues.
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Sex trial man 'wrote to MP over abused boy'
By IAN KATZ
The Guardian (London) - October 31, 1991A BOY at a children's home was abused and buggered for 'two solid years' by a man named as Greville Janner, the Leicestershire child abuse trial heard yesterday.

Frank Beck, aged 49, the former officer in charge of three homes, who is accused of buggering 11 children during a 13-year 'reign of terror', made the allegation during his second day of evidence at Leicester crown court.

Asked by John Black, defending, why he had engaged in conversations about sex with children in the home, he replied: 'A lot of children had some pretty bad experiences. A number had been abused. A lot felt they were responsible for it.

'One child had been abused and buggered for two solid years by Greville Janner. That child felt guilty, and it was important that it should be talked about so he did not suffer the guilt.'

Earlier in the trial, a 31-year-old woman who claimed she had been raped and buggered by Mr Beck, told the jury she had overheard Mr Beck and a boy at the home arguing 'about Greville Janner'. She said Mr Beck forbade the boy, who said he was a rent boy, from visiting Mr Janner.

Greville Janner, QC, aged 63, has been Labour MP for Leicester West since 1974. He was president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews from 1979 to 1985 and is married with three children.

Mr Beck, who was officer in charge at The Poplars, Market Harborough, and the Ratcliffe Road and Beeches children's homes in Leicester between 1973 and 1986, denies 27 charges of abuse and assault against children aged between 8 and 16 and members of staff.

In the dock with him are two former deputies, Peter Jaynes, aged 42, of Chatham, Kent, who denies indecently assaulting a teenage boy and indecently assaulting and assaulting a girl; and George Lincoln, aged 39, of Sudbury, Suffolk, who denies buggering a 14-year-old boy with Mr Beck.

Mr Beck told the jury that sex was an 'open subject' in the homes. Children would be encouraged to talk freely about subjects like masturbation and nudity using 'behind the shed' language.

He would, on occasion, tell children to masturbate themselves when their behaviour indicated that they 'wished to express their sexuality'.

He had discussed sexuality in detail with two children, including the one he said was abused for two years.

Mr Beck denied detailed allegations made by eight former residents of homes where he was in charge. He said he had never met a man called John Watson, whose allegation that he was buggered by Mr Beck was thrown out by Mr Justice Jowitt on Monday.

The jury was shown a photograph of one of the boys, Michael Finney, which Mr Beck said had been taken shortly after Mr Finney alleged he assaulted him, causing him two black eyes and a bruised lip. He said the photograph showed no injury. He said a 31-year-old woman's allegations that she had sexual contact with him while at Ratcliffe Road contained 'not a single word' of truth.
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- Last night Stephen Pollard, of Kingsley Napley, lawyers for Mr Janner, said in a statement: 'Since the trial is continuing at Leicester Crown Court the matter is sub judice. We have therefore advised Greville Janner that he is prevented from making any statements at this stage.'
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I tried to ban MP's affair with boy'
By David Graves
The Sunday Telegraph - November 1, 1991

ABSTRACT
Frank Beck, 49, who has denied 27 charges of sexually and physically abusing children and other social workers during an alleged 13-year reign of terror, said he had written to Mr [Greville Janner], MP for Leicester West, at the Commons.

Beck said Mr Janner had written to him after the accidental meeting and the letter had been put on the boy's social services file.

Also in the dock are former care workers Peter Jaynes, 42, of Beacon Hill, Chatham, Kent, who is accused of three offences of sexual and physical abuse on children and George Lincoln, 39, of Carsons Drive, Great Cornard, Sudbury, Suffolk, who has pleaded not guilty to a joint charge with Beck of buggery.

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Home chief says he wrote to MP about abused boy
By Ian Katz
The Guardian (London) - November 1, 1991


THE former officer in charge of three Leicestershire children's homes, who is accused of beating and abusing children and staff, told a jury yesterday how he tried to stop an alleged homosexual affair between a 15-year-old boy and the Labour MP, Greville Janner.

Giving evidence for the third day at Leicester crown court, Frank Beck, aged 49, said he reported the affair to the then director of Leicestershire social services and wrote to Mr Janner.

In tears, Mr Beck told the jury that the boy, an orphan placed in his care at the Ratcliffe Road children's home, had been 'abused something chronic'.

He said he had prevented Mr Janner from visiting the boy and 'stopped the supply of goodies' to him.

On Wednesday Mr Beck told the jury that an unnamed boy had been abused 'for two solid years' by Mr Janner, aged 63, a barrister who is married with three children.

Mr Janner has been MP for Leicester West since 1974 and a Leicester MP since 1970. His lawyers said they had advised him not to comment on the allegations while the Leicestershire abuse trial was in progress.

Mr Beck denies 27 charges of sexual and physical abuse against children, aged betwen eight and 16, and staff, between 1973 and 1986.

He said yesterday that the boy 'thought he was a girl and behaved in a homosexual manner' when he was admitted to the Ratcliffe Road home in 1975.

'He had major sexual problems. He would basically offer his body to anyone who wanted it and would rub his body up against any male person and children.'

Mr Beck said he counselled the boy regularly because of his problems. He had picked up sophisticated mannners from mixing in 'top class' company and boasted that he 'knew somebody who would put me in my place, if necessary.'

Asked by John Black, defending, how he had stopped the boy getting his own way, Mr Beck replied: 'I actually stopped the person from coming to see him and stopped the supply of goodies. He had more toys and goodies than I had ever seen.'

On one occasion a man had visited the home with a bicycle for the boy. Mr Beck had prevented him from delivering it because he 'believed it was a bribe' and did not want to encourage the relationship with the person.

Asked if he had ever tried to visit people outside the home, Mr Beck said that he had, and added: 'I wrote to the person concerned in 1977 or 1978.'

Mr Black: 'Who was it you wrote to, Mr Beck ?' Mr Beck: 'Greville Janner at the Commons in London.'

Mr Black: 'Why did you write to him ?' Mr Beck: 'I had spent two years putting right the damage that man had done to that boy and he had the bloody audacity to complain to me because the boy had been down to London and met him accidentally. I was incensed.'

Mr Beck said Mr Janner had written to him after the accidental meeting and the letter had been put on the boy's social services file.

He said he had also reported the incident to the director of social services, Dorothy Edwards.

Asked if he had a homosexual relationship with the boy, Mr Beck replied: 'No. I say that very strongly indeed.'

He added: 'To my knowledge he did not indulge in homosexual activity after he left the home. He is now a happily married man with three children.'

Mr Beck said he had attended his marriage and the christening of his first child.

Also in the dock are former social workers Peter Jaynes, aged 42, of Chatham, Kent, who is accused of three offences of sexual and physical abuse on children, and George Lincoln, aged 39, of Sudbury, Suffolk, who is accused jointly with Mr Beck of buggery on a boy.

The trial continues.
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Children's home head denies trying to blackmail MP
The Guardian (London) - November 2, 1991


THE head of three Leicestershire children's homes yesterday denied attempting to blackmail the Labour MP Greville Janner over his alleged two-year relationship with a teenage boy.

Frank Beck, aged 49, told Peter Joyce QC, prosecuting, at Leicester crown court: 'I have never asked Mr Janner for anything . . . that I can think of.'

He claimed instead that Mr Janner had sent the boy pounds 50.

He denied an allegation that he had tried to bring Mr Janner and the boy together in 1989. Mr Beck said he had contacted Mr Janner to inform him 'that he had failed, and the boy he buggered now had a son'.

He said that 'Greville Janner phoned me at home and wrote one letter to my knowledge'.

Mr Janner has been MP for Leicester West since 1974 and a Leicester MP since 1970. His lawyers said they have advised him not to comment on the allegations while the Leicestershire abuse trial is in progress.

Mr Beck denies 27 charges of sexual and physical abuse between 1973 and 1986 against children, aged between eight and 16, and against staff.

Earlier in yesterday's hearing Mr Beck denied persuading one of his co-accused to have homosexual sex with him.

Defence counsel for Peter Jaynes, aged 42, claimed Mr Beck used staff supervision sessions as a cover for buggery while Mr Jaynes was his deputy at a children's home in the 1970s.

Mr Jaynes denies three charges of physical and sexual abuse against two children in the Ratcliffe Road home in Leicester.

Graham Buchanan, defending Mr Jaynes, said: 'Jaynes was supervised by you up the stairs and into your bed, wasn't he?'

Mr Beck replied: 'That is not true. Peter Jaynes asked me to be the best man at his wedding.'

Mr Buchanan claimed Mr Beck was overbearing, aggressive and violent towards Mr Jaynes and other junior social workers. He said Mr Jaynes was publicly ridiculed by Mr Beck and encouraged to become a homosexual.

Mr Beck said the suggestions were ridiculous. 'I had no idea about his private life.'

When asked how he did run the homes, he said: 'It was very democratic. It wasn't a dictatorship.'

Mr Buchanan, referring to Mr Beck's service as a Royal Marine, said of the Ratcliffe Road home: 'It was run like a commando group.' Mr Beck said: 'I think you have to be in a commando group to realise how ridiculous that was.'

Mr Beck also denied setting himself up as a 'petty psychiatrist' who would sort out the problems of his staff.

Mr Buchanan claimed Mr Jaynes was an 'emotional ruin' when Mr Beck arrived and naive enough to fall under his control.

Mr Beck said: 'I've never thought about it. He was highly qualified in residential social work.'

Mr Buchanan, reading from a statement made by Mr Beck to police, asked him why, when asked if he was homosexual, he had replied, 'I don't think so. I intend to see a psychiatrist.' '

Mr Beck said the remark was 'partly out of context. I was under quite a shock at the time.'

The trial continues.
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Police covered up MP's sex with boy, ex-children's worker alleges
The Guardian (London) November 5, 1991


FRANK Beck, the former children's home chief accused of abusing children and staff, yesterday accused the police of hiding an affair between a 15-year-old boy and the Labour MP, Greville Janner.

Giving evidence in Leicester crown court, Mr Beck, aged 49, claimed the boy, an orphan placed in his care at a Leicester children's home, had had sex with Mr Janner, a QC and the MP for Leicester West, during an overnight stay at an hotel.

Earlier, Mr Beck claimed Mr Janner had buggered the boy for two years.

He said yesterday he did not include the allegation in his police statement in February this year because 'it was never my intention to drag Mr Janner into court'.

He claimed police knew about the allegations. 'The police told me they knew about Janner and they have covered it up as you have,' Mr Beck told Peter Joyce, QC, prosecuting.

Mr Janner's lawyers say they have advised him not to comment during the trial. Mr Beck denies 27 charges of physical and sexual abuse on children and former staff, allegedly at three Leicestershire social services children's homes over 13 years until 1986.
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Cross-examined by Mr Joyce, Mr Beck said the boy told him he had stayed with Mr Janner at the Holiday Inn in Leicester.

He admitted he wrote to Mr Janner after the boy had married and become a father.

'I thought (Mr Janner) might have felt guilty enough to try to help find (him) employment.'

Mr Joyce asked: 'Does that sound like blackmail to you?'

Mr Beck: 'I asked for practical help.'

Two other former social workers are in the dock. Peter Jaynes, aged 42, of Chatham, Kent, denies three charges of sexual and physical abuse of children in care, and George Lincoln, aged 49, of Sudbury, Suffolk, denies one offence.

The trial continues.
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I was victim of MP's sex abuse, claims care boy
By David Graves
The Daily Telegraph - November 9, 1991

ABSTRACT

He told Leicester Crown Court he was given gifts by Mr [Greville Janner], which included toys, money, clothes and tickets to music concerts. The MP regularly sent him letters which ended "Love Greville", he said.

Mr [Paul Winston] told the court that [Frank Beck], 49, had stopped his relationship with Mr Janner, had intercepted letters and telephone calls to him by the MP and prevented him receiving a racing bicycle as a Christmas present.

Mr Winston said he first met Mr Janner when he was 13. A trip was arranged from his school to the House of Commons and the MP showed the party around. Later, Mr Janner invited Mr Winston back to the Commons on his own.


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Former boy in care says Labour MP sexually abused him
By Craig Seton
Times Newspapers Limited - November 9, 1991


A FORMER boy in care at a children's home alleged at Leicester crown court yesterday that he had been sexually abused by Greville Janner, Labour MP for Leicester West, during a two-year relationship that began when he was aged 13.

(Alleged Victims Name withheld), now 30, claimed that he had been fondled when he slept with Mr Janner at the MP's London home after meeting him at the House of Commons, and that later he had been buggered, once in a double bed at a hotel in Mr Janner's constituency and twice during a lecture tour in Scotland. He also alleged that the MP had had simulated sex with him.

(Alleged Victims Name withheld) told the court that he had been given money, toys, clothing and tickets for concerts by the MP during their relationship, and said: ''I had become accustomed to the gifts I was receiving and the expensive restaurants, so I went along with it.''

(Alleged Victims Name withheld), married with three children, was giving defence evidence yesterday for Frank Beck, the former officer in charge of three children's homes run by Leicestershire social services, at which Mr Beck is alleged to have conducted a reign of terror. Mr Beck, aged 49, has denied 27 charges alleging sexual and physical abuse, including buggery against children and social work staff over a 13-year period. Two other residential social workers have denied a total of four charges.

(Alleged Victims Name withheld) claimed in court yesterday that it had been Mr Beck who had ended his relationship with Mr Janner, aged 63. He admitted that he had stolen from Mr Janner and that, since Mr Beck's arrest, he had spoken to two national newspapers, but he denied that he had tried to sell his story. He claimed that he had regularly slept with Mr Janner in a suite at the Holiday Inn, Leicester, when the MP visited the constituency.

(Alleged Victims Name withheld) said that he had been in foster homes and children's homes all his life. When he was 12 or 13, he had met Mr Janner while he was staying in a children's home in Wigston, Leicester.

(Alleged Victims Name withheld) said he had been a volunteer for a community project that Mr Janner had launched and that he and other children had later been invited to the Commons. After the visit, the MP had seen him again and invited him back to the Commons by himself, arranging train tickets for his journey to London. He said that he and Mr Janner had corresponded regularly and there had been at least one telephone call a week.

(Alleged Victims Name withheld) said that he usually met Mr Janner at the Holiday Inn and sometimes stayed overnight in a suite. They would use the hotel swimming pool, sometimes, with the agreement of the management, when it was supposed to be closed. They would be naked when they showered together afterwards and washed each other down.

He said that, during the relationship, he had stolen money from Mr Janner's wallet. He told the court: ''It was my own way of getting back at him for what he was doing to me.'' Mr Janner had found out and had been annoyed and later wrote (Alleged Victims Name withheld) a letter asking why he had done it. Mr Janner had warned him that he would stop seeing him if he stole from him again.

(Alleged Victims Name withheld) said that, after that, there had been no more sexual incidents because there had been no more overnight stays.

The trial continues on Monday.
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By JACK O'SULLIVAN
The Independent (London) - November 9, 1991, Saturday


A FORMER child in council care testified yesterday that Greville Janner QC, the Labour MP for Leicester West, buggered and sexually assaulted him for two years until he was 15.

(Alleged Victims Name withheld), now 30, told Leicester Crown Court that he was buggered twice by Mr Janner, while travelling alone with him on a two-week lecture tour in Scotland.

He also described spending weekends with Mr Janner, 63, arranged by a social worker, during which he was sexually abused at the MP's London home and in a bedroom at the Holiday Inn Hotel, Leicester. He told the court that he was sent letters signed ''Love, Greville''. (Alleged Victims Name withheld) detailed swimming sessions which took place alone with the MP in the hotel pool when it was closed to the public. ''I was fondled in my private area. It seemed at first like a bit of fun, being thrown around in the water, but he would hold me close.''

He was giving evidence during the trial of Frank Beck, 49, of Braunstone, Leicester, who denies 27 charges of physically and sexually abusing children and members of staff at three Leicestershire children's homes he ran between 1973 and 1986.

(Alleged Victims Name withheld)told the court that Mr Beck had stopped his relationship with Mr Janner when he moved, aged 15, to the Ratcliffe Road home, run by Mr Beck, who also blocked Mr Janner's letters. (Alleged Victims Name withheld) said that he had been infuriated when Mr Beck returned a Christmas present of a 10-speed racing bicycle the MP sent to him.

Earlier in the trial, Mr Beck, 49, said he reported the alleged relationship between Mr Janner and (Alleged Victims Name withheld) to Dorothy Edwards, the then Director of Social Services for Leicestershire.

(Alleged Victims Name withheld) told the court that he was 13 when he first met Mr Janner, who has been an MP since 1970, during a school visit to the House of Commons.

Subsequently, Barbara Fitt, then Officer-in-Charge of Station Road children's home, Wigston, Leicester, arranged weekly trips for (Alleged Victims Name withheld) to the MP's London home and to the Holiday Inn where Mr Janner, who is married with three children, often stayed.

However, (Alleged Victims Name withheld) accepted under cross-examination that Mrs Fitt did not in fact take over the home until four months before he left it and could not therefore have arranged the first visits.

He described one weekend when he went alone to London and spent the evening at Mr Janner's home, during which he spent time in bed with the MP. After that there were regular weekly meetings.

However, (Alleged Victims Name withheld) said that his own behaviour deteriorated. He had sex at the home with both boys and girls and ran away frequently. Eventually he moved to Ratcliffe Road home.

Under cross-examination he confirmed he had named Mr Janner after the MP had refused his request to help Mr Beck, when abuse charges were first brought last year. Two of Mr Beck's former colleagues; Peter Jaymes, 42, of Chatham, Kent and George Lincoln, 39, of Sudbury, Suffolk, deny four related charges.

Later Mr Janner's solicitor, Sir David Napley, said he could not comment on the allegations made in court as the matter was sub judice. But a statement made before the start of the trial denied all the accusations made by Mr Beck.
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Abuse case witness tells of sex with MP: Beck 'rescued boy from affair with Greville Janner'
The Guardian (London) - November 9, 1991


A MAN who was in care as a boy told a jury yesterday how he was sexually abused by Greville Janner, QC, the Labour MP for Leicester West.

(Alleged Victims Name withheld), aged 30, was called as a witness by Frank Beck, aged 49, formerly of Braunstone, Leicester, who denies 27 charges of sexually and physically abusing children in care and former staff members at Leicester children's homes in a 13-year period until 1986.

Mr Beck has claimed he rescued (Alleged Victims Name withheld) from sexual abuse by Mr Janner and prevented further contact.

Earlier, (Alleged Victims Name withheld)said Mr Beck put him on the right path as a teenager. He claimed he counselled him over his relationship with the MP, and stopped him seeing him. He also said Mr Beck returned a bicycle the MP sent him for Christmas and intercepted his letters.

(Alleged Victims Name withheld), now a married father, told the jury at Leicester crown court that he was 13 years old when he slept with Mr Janner at his London home.

The trial had heard earlier claims Mr Janner had been (Alleged Victims Name withheld)'s 'befriender' - someone who took children outafter vetting by social workers.

(Alleged Victims Name withheld) said he was invited by Mr Janner for a weekend stay and during the evening was alone in a bedroom. He said the MP came in to reassure him as he was crying, then came back and said 'if I was that upset I could sleep with him. We ended up in his bed together and he cuddled me . . . Eventually we lay beside each other. We cuddled and fondled together. I didn't like it and told him to stop it.'

He said he was in care at the Station Road children's home in Leicester when he was recruited, with others, by the MP to tidy up an estate. On a school trip to the House of Commons they were met by Mr Janner. Afterwards, (Alleged Victims Name withheld)said Mr Janner went to his school and he accepted an invitation to visit the Commons.

He claimed he was again invited to London where the alleged fondling took place.

He claimed he saw Mr Janner regularly when he was in Leicester on constituency work. He would stay in his hotel, sleeping in his bed. He also claimed he was once fondled by Mr Janner in the hotel's pool.

John Black, counsel for Mr Beck, asked what happened when they were in bed. (Alleged Victims Name withheld) replied: 'Petting and fondling.' Asked if it ever went further than that, he said Mr Janner 'simulated sex' with him 'five or six times throughout the period I knew him'.

Asked if it ever went further at Mr Janner's hotel, he replied: 'Only on one occasion. I cried and tried to push away from him.' (Alleged Victims Name withheld) said he was 13 1/2 when this occurred. He said the MP bought him toys, clothes and concert tickets.

He later told the jury that during their alleged two-year relationship - when he said he saw the MP 'most weekends and sometimes during the week' - he accompanied Mr Janner on a two-week lecture tour of Scotland, when they stayed in hotel rooms together. He said he was twice buggered by the MP on the tour. Asked if he liked what happened, he said: 'No, I did not, and I tried to stop it.' He said he stole money from the MP's wallet, as 'my way of getting back at him'.

After returning to the children's home he said Mr Janner rang the head of the home, Barbara Fitt, who then handed him the receiver. He said the MP told him he would give him 'another chance', to which he agreed. But their contact became less frequent, and there was no further alleged abuse.

On trial with Mr Beck are Peter Jaynes, aged 42, of Chatham, Kent, who denies three charges and George Lincoln, aged 39, of Sudbury, Suffolk, who denies one charge. Both are former Leicestershire residential social workers

Mr Janner, aged 63, married for 36 years with three children, has been a Leicester MP since 1970.

The trial continues.
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MP 'sent letter to boy, 13'
Times Newspapers Limited, November 12, 1991


GREVILLE Janner, the Labour MP, sent a 13-year-old boy a letter after they allegedly slept together, a child sex abuse trial at Leicester crown court was told yesterday.

The letter, signed ''Safe journey, Love Greville'' and dated July 7, 1975, was produced in court while (Alleged Victims Name withheld), now aged 30, was giving evidence. (Alleged Victims Name withheld) said that he had kept other letters from the 63-year-old MP during their affair, which had lasted for two years.

(Alleged Victims Name withheld) told the court that he was sexually abused by Mr Janner, a QC, while in the care of social services. He claimed that sex acts took place at Mr Janner's London home and at hotels.

He was giving evidence on behalf of Frank Beck, aged 49, a former head of children's homes, who has denied 27 charges of physical and sexual abuse of children and former members of staff. (Alleged Victims Name withheld) said that he was never ill-treated by Mr Beck and that he was transferred to a home run by him after the alleged abuse by Mr Janner.

Asked why he had written to Mr Janner after Mr Beck's arrest, he replied: ''I believe Mr Beck to be innocent and should not be treated in the way he is being treated, and Mr Janner may have been able to help him in some way.''

Also in the dock are Mr Beck's former deputy, Peter Jaynes, aged 42, who denies three offences involving children, and George Lincoln, aged 39, who denies one charge.

The trial continues today.
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The Guardian (London) November 12, 1991


A LETTER said to have been written by Greville Janner to a 13-year-old orphan boy in care after they allegedly slept together at the Labour MP's home was produced at Leicester crown court yesterday.

The letter was signed 'safe journey, love Greville' and dated 3am, July 7, 1975, the court was told.

(Alleged Victims Name withheld), now aged 30, was giving evidence at the trial of Frank Beck, 49, who denies 27 charges of physical and sexual abuse of children and former members of the staff when running children's homes in Leicestershire.

Mr Beck's counsel, John Black, had handed the letter to the court.

(Alleged Victims Name withheld) alleges he was sexually abused by 63-year-old Mr Janner, a QC, over a two-year period while in care of social services.

He said he twice stayed at Mr Janner's London home and claimed sex acts took place there and at hotels around the country.

Last Friday (Alleged Victims Name withheld) had suggested there was only one stay at Mr Janner's home.

'I was very nervous and upset at having to appear (in court) and may have got one visit mixed up with another as I had visited the home more than once,' he said.

(Alleged Victims Name withheld) also claimed he was nervous when he made a statement to police about Mr Janner.

In the statement he did not allege buggery but told the court last Friday that intercourse, as well as simulated and oral sex, took place.

He claimed he told police of the buggery allegations in a later statement.

(Alleged Victims Name withheld), who said he had kept other letters from the MP, told the court he was transferred to a home run by Mr Beck after the alleged abuse by Mr Janner.

He said he was never ill-treated by Mr Beck.

When asked why he had written to Mr Janner after Mr Beck's arrest for a reference for the defendant he replied: 'I believe Mr Beck to be innocent and should not be treated in the way he is being treated and Mr Janner may have been able to help him in some way.'

The case continues.
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