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Interesting comments on snuff films, Colin Jordan, Tom Watson - one comment says all roads lead to janner

Read that Janners dad was mp or councillor for Whitechapel - Jack the ripper/Yorkshire Ripper/Chapeltown

has anyone established any link with Savile yet?

Also re: the trial - Leicester being mentioned - arent the Mccanns big names in Leicester? Chums of Labour too - Brown & Blair
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Always found it odd all of the top people helping McCanns
Very creepy of Richard Bransons sis buying that pic of them in their hire car

http://www.mccannfiles.com/id116.html

How many parents of lost children can afford Control Risks group

http://www.mccannfiles.com/id376.html

Greville Janner mentioned here

http://truthformadeleine.com/2011/06...ershire-stasi/
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In 1994, Frank Beck died in Whitemoor prison whilst serving a staggering 5 life sentences for alleged child abuse.

Frank Beck had been implicated in the abuse of boys in Leicestershire care homes.

Frank Beck had always maintained his innocence and claimed he was imprisoned because he’d exposed alleged abuse by a high-profile politician.

Frank Beck was appealing against his conviction and sentence.

Leave to appeal and legal aid were granted in January 1993 and Anthony Scrivener QC, one of Britain’s most eminent lawyers and former chairman of the Bar, agreed to take the case.

Frank Beck’s solicitor said at the time of his death

‘He was very impatient for the appeal to go ahead. His death came out of the blue. Normally the case would lapse and die with him but his family and close friends are discussing the possibility of carrying on with the appeal. This would not be unprecedented.’

Beck was convinced there was enough new evidence and material that was not put before the original court due to non-disclosure by the prosecution which would have made the original conviction unsafe and proved his innocence.’

In 2011 the following anonymous comments were left on a blog which was discussing his death:

” In 1991, after accusing 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 and the suicide of his wife.

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.

Frank Beck died suddenly of a “heart attack”, shortly before his appeal was due to begin.

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.

Isn’t it time the police looked again at the mysterious death of Frank Beck?
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Greville Janner presents the Queen with a menorah, December 1982. Artist: Sidney Harris

Greville Janner presents the Queen with a menorah at the Jewish Commonwealth Leaders Conference, December 1982. Greville Janner (born 1928) was President of the Board of Deputies of British Jews, the main representative body of British Jewry, from 1978 to
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Greville Janner, a married father of three children was the MP for Leicester West from 1970 until his retirement in 1997 (Blair Govt). He was subsequently made a life peer and is now formally known as Baron Janner of Braunstone.



He was also very pro-active in a number of Jewish, aherm,aherm, ‘none government organisations’, including the Board of Deputies of British Jews, of which he was Chairman from 1978 to 1984… Yes, he’s Jewish.



His old man, Sir Barnett Janner who held the same parliamentary seat as his son was actually the Chairman of the Zionist Federation of Great Britain… Yes, he was Jewish too.



Before he became a politician, Greville Janner had been a Barrister and a member of the magic circle… Yes, he was a wig wearing Jewish Magician – A bit like Paul Daniels really (although Daniels may or may not be Jewish).

Janner, like a great number of those in Tony Blair’s government was also a paedophile.



In 1991, Janner was named in a court case as being the abuser of a 13 year old boy. The court case in question was that of Leicestershire Care home boss Peter Beck.

Beck was found guilty on a number of counts of child rape and torture and subsequently sentenced to life imprisonment.

He died less than two years later under suspicious circumstances.



Despite being named in court, Janner was never charged with any offence. The Leicestershire Police later said there was no case to answer. Then again, just like things are today, you wouldn’t expect them to be any different back then.



Course, the Freemason dominated Leicestershire police are also alleged to be covering up details of the disappearance of Madeline McCann. Having said that, every police force in the country is dominated by Freemasons and are covering up something or other.

More about the McCann cover up HERE and HERE



The following is what the Daily Express had to say at the time and after the trial had ended:


Boy Traded Sex For MP’s Gifts Jury Told

DAILY EXPRESS. Saturday, November 9, 1991

A FORMER children’s home boy told a jury yesterday how Labour MP Greville Janner sexually abused him and then plied him with expensive presents.

Paul Winston, said he put up with the two-year homosexual affair because he had “grown accustomed” to the toys, cash and visits to plush restaurants, Leicester Crown Court heard.

Mr Winston, 30, who had been in care since his birth, said he was only 13 when he was first sexually assaulted by the MP for Leicester West following a tour of the House of Commons. (Hmmm. Isn’t that what Cyril Smith used to do? – Spivey)

More serious sexual assaults followed when they regularly shared a double bed during week-ends at Leicester’s Holiday Inn hotel and during a two-week lecture tour of Scotland by Mr Janner.

Mr Winston, who wrote down his address for the jury, was giving evidence in defence of children’s home boss Frank Beck, who faces 27 charges of physical and sexual abuse against children and staff.

Mr Winston said he first met the MP while living at Station Road children’s home in Wigston, Leicestershire.

Mr Janner arranged a school trip to the House of Commons and later invited the boy to come back on his own.

The MP then began asking the boy to join him on official engagements in the constituency and to sit in on his local surgeries.

On one occasion, the lad accompanied Mr Janner in his red Jaguar XJ6 to open an adventure play-ground.

It was alleged that the boy received regular letters signed “Love, Greville” and phone calls.

Then Barbara Fitt, the officer in charge at the home, agreed to let Paul go to London once more.

The boy met the MP at the Commons before allegedly returned to the deserted Janner home.

John Black, defending Beck, asked Mr Winston if he was well treated.

He replied: “Initially very well but later in the evening there was something I didn’t like.

“I was in one of the bed-rooms. I was frightened.

“He tried to reassure me. He said if I was that upset, I could sleep with him; we lay beside each other and cuddled and fondled. I didn’t like it and told him to stop it.”

Within a week of his return, another meeting was set up.

Mr Winston claimed he usually saw the MP at the Holiday Inn.

The pair allegedly took regular swims in the hotel pool: “We; usually had a shower and washed each other down.”

Asked by Mr Justice Jowitt where he slept, Mr Winston replied: “In the double bed with him.”

Quizzed on what happened, Mr Winston claimed: “Petting and fondling.”

Mr Black asked: “Did it ever go further at the Holiday Inn?”

Mr Winston replied: “Only on one occasion. I started to cry and tried to push him away from me and eventually I did.”

Mr Black asked why he continued the relationship with, Mr Janner.

Mr-Winston said: “By now I had become accustomed to the gifts I was receiving and the expensive restaurants so I went along with it.”

But the boy stole cash from the MP’s wallet on several occasions. ‘

“It was my own way of getting back at him for what he was doing to me,” Mr Winston said.

Frank Beck, former officer in charge at three Leicestershire children’s homes, denies a 13-year “reign of terror”.

Two other former social workers also deny sex charges.

Mr Winston was moved to the Radcliffe Road home run by Beck on his 15th birthday.

Now married with three children, he said he was never abused by Beck.

He added: “He’s the guy who helped me on the right road to where I am now.

Frank Beck put a stop to the relationship.
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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.
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The Magic Circle and the International Brotherhood of Magicians is an interesting group. They came up in a previous post regarding paedophile parliamentarian Greville Janner who is a magician and member.




Came across this member Peter Mehtab who is a member of the Magic Circle and referred to as the heir to Uri Geller

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FULL MEMBERSHIP of The Inner Magic Circle with Gold Star. The Inner Magic Circle is a small group of exclusive worldwide magicians who have reached the pinnacle of their chosen profession, Peter Mehtab is one of the youngest members to have reached such a level, many members have waited a vast number of years to be invited into The Inner Magic Circle. There are only two hundred and fifty members of The Inner Magic Circle worldwide; there are members in every country around the globe. This honourable position is by 'invitation only' from the President of The Magic Circle, an honour that Peter Mehtab is indeed extremely proud of.

Not to be confused with 'Associate' Member of The Inner Magic Circle.




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Book Peter Mehtab to ensure that your special event is a real success. Peter also offers a selection of Psychological Mind Reading tricks to complement the magic and delight your guests.

Sophisticated Children's Shows

Peter Mehtab has a vast amount of experience in entertaining children, he has a fine repertoire, and the younger generation relate to him extremely quickly. Unfortunately he does NOT perform an "Uncle Joey the Clown" type show, but does offer a far superior show, in a well-presented manner, entertaining the younger population with his most sophisticated material. It is guaranteed that he will leave the youngsters with that truly wonderful feeling that they have 'seen and met a real magician' - an experience that they will NEVER forget.

This kind of show needs to be witnessed to see the sheer delight in the faces of the youngsters whilst they are witnessing 'pure magic'.

Entertained the cast of 'Brookside' and 'Emmerdale' onboard the Orient Express Train.

Performed privately for Tom Cruise.

Entertained at the Penthouse Suite at the Dorchester for Bruce Willis and Demi Moore.

Performed at the wedding of Sting and Trudy Styler.

Performed again privately at Sting and Trudy Styler's home.

Performed at a private party hosted by Bob Geldoff at his country home.

Entertained Sir David Frost and Lady Katrina at a private family gathering



Performed at the Wedding of Jimmy Tarbuck's son held at private residence, including celebrity guests Bruce Forsyth, Cilla Black and Ronnie Corbett.

Also

Robin Cook MP

The late Les Dawson
Roy Walker
Jim Davidson
Lord Levy
Ester Rantzen
Jeffery and Mary Archer
Gloria Hunniford

Henry Cooper

Errol Brown
Ainsley Harriot
Frank Bruno
Uri Geller
June Whitfield
Alan Wicker
Susan George
Barbara Windsor
John and Norma Major

Booked to entertain at a private party hosted by HRH Queen Elizabeth II held at The Ritz Hotel, London.

• Performed once again by Royal Appointment for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II at a private party hosted by Her Majesty in celebration of fifty years since the coronation.

• Booked directly by Buckingham Palace to perform at HRH Prince Charles 50th birthday party held at Highgrove.

• Rebooked to entertain at the Highgrove staff party hosted by HRH Prince Charles at The Ritz Hotel, London.

• Performed on numerous occasions in the presence of HRH Prince Harry and HRH Prince William.

• Performed at the Earl Spencer's 30th Birthday Celebration held at Anthrop. The brother to the late Princess Diana.

• Performed on board the Orient Express in the presence of HRH Princess Anne.

• Performed in the presence of the late Princess Margaret.
Internationally

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Performed at a private party hosted by Judith Charmers in Vale da Lobo, Portugal, and enjoyed breakfast on the beach the next morning with her (most enjoyable – don't tell anyone, especially Tim!).

Performed in Cannes, Monaco, South of France, for a top blue chip property company and immediately rebooked for the following year for two parties!
Here's his website - pretty impressive name for his website

http://www.topmagician.co.uk/
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At the Houses of Parliament, where he sang 'Happy Birthday' to Paul Boateng, the Foreign Office minister, Michael [Jackson] was entranced by Greville Janner's conjuring tricks. He was like a ten-year-old, amazed by the entertainer at a children's party. Every time the rubber ball vanished from Lord Janner's hand, Michael giggled and goggled.

Even though I was there and David was there, it was Greville who performed magic.
Any one else feel sick?
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Support for Africa is no ordinary charity - it was formed to help Africa find a solution in the fight against the spread of HIV/AIDS and Malaria through education and awareness with an emphasis on prevention. The President and founder of Support for Africa is singer/actress Patti Boulaye. Patrons are The Rt. Hon Sir John Major KG CH, H.E Dr Christopher Kolade (Nigeria) Lord Janner of Braunstone, The Rt. Hon.Charles Kennedy, The Rt. Hon. Michael Portillo, Fredrick Forsyth CBE and Shaquille O'Neal. Celebrity friends include actor Simon Callow CBE, Craig David, Jim Davidson OBE, psychic Uri Geller, footballers John Fashanu and Les Ferdinand to name a few.





The last Reaching Out For Africa at the Royal Albert Hall starred Sir Cliff Richard, and Gabrielle. They headed a spectacular celebrity charity concert produced by Sir Michael Parker KCVO CBE which raised much needed funds for the charity's first two pilot health centres in Africa. The Concert was an amazing televised event featuring a spectacular 3,000-strong gospel choir drawn from schools, churches and choirs from the UK, Europe and Africa. They also formed part of the 5,000 strong Golden Jubilee Gospel Choir that Patti was personally asked to organise and they sang at Buckingham Palace for HM The Queen's Golden Jubilee Celebrations in June 2002. The programme also included famous soloists from the world of dance, pop music and the West-end theatre including artists BONEY M, Uri Geller, Pop Idols Rik Waller, The Dhol Foundation, the London African Children's Choir, the voices of 1,500 young people from Stagecoach Theatre Arts Schools and other international guests. A thrilling section was performed by Patti Boulaye's exotic SUN DANCE Dance and Drum show.




http://www.frofa.com/background.html
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Campaigner Marion Janner received an OBE from the Queen today for services to mental health.
Ms Janner, the daughter of Lord Janner, founded the national Star Wards mental health project four years ago after she herself was admitted to a secure psychiatric ward when suffering from mental health problems.




http://www.thejc.com/news/uk-news/27...dy-collect-obe




Britain’s leading Reform rabbi declined to attend Baroness Thatcher’s funeral on Wednesday because of her opposition to the former prime minister’s politics.
Laura Janner-Klausner said she felt unable to join communal figures, including the chief rabbi and Board of Deputies president Vivian Wineman at St Paul’s Cathedral, because she viewed the former prime minister as “a cataclysm for the fabric of Britain”.
“I love society, I love community. My lifeblood is community,” said the rabbi, whose father, Labour peer Lord Janner, was also absent from the service. “The thing [in her] that clashes with who I am is a disdain for weakness.”



http://www.thejc.com/news/uk-news/10...r-funeral-snub
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Remember the British well-heeled nonce tendency of becoming a Soviet spy? Well . . .

http://pgnewspapers.lib.pg.bc.ca/fed...:1974-04-08-12
Prince George Citizen - 8 April 1974
Visas refused


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LONDON (AP) - Four British MPs say they have been refused visas to the Soviet Union. The four, officers of the all-parliamentary committee for the relief of Soviet jewry, are Patrick Cormack and Hugh Dykes, Conservatives, and Greville Janner and Peter Archer, Labor. Cormack said the group had only wished to meet Jewish families with whom they have been in telephone contact and "look around Moscow as tourists."
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More old newsclips on Janner.

http://pgnewspapers.lib.pg.bc.ca/fed...:1982-06-04-02
Prince George Citizen - 4 May 1982
Israeli ambassador wounded


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LONDON (AP) - Israeli Ambassador Shlomo Argov was reported in critical condition today after being shot through the brain by an Arab gunman in London on Thursday night. Israeli planes launched retaliation raids on Palestinian Arab strongholds in Lebanon.

The air raids came 15 hours after the shooting
, which Israeli officials denounced as "a criminal attack by Arab terrorists." The Palestinian Liberation Organization denied responsibility for the shooting.

A Scotland Yard spokesman said four men arrested after the shooting are two Jordanians, one Iraqi and a Syrian. But the spokesman declined to identify the gunman, who was taken to hospital after being shot in the neck by police. None of the four suspects was named by the Yard.

Earlier, the British domestic news agency Press Association described the suspects as Palestinians carrying false passports.

Argov, 52, was shot Thursday night as he left the swank Dorchester Hotel in Park Lane, where he had been attending a dinner for diplomats. Greville Janner, a family friend, said Argov has not regained consciousness.
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Shlomo Argov

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Shlomo Argov (14 December 1929 – 23 February 2003) was a prominent Israeli diplomat. He was the Israeli ambassador to the United Kingdom whose attempted assassination led to the 1982 Lebanon War.

After being in a coma for three months, Argov regained consciousness, and was returned to Israel. There, he was placed in the rehabilitation ward at Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem as a permanent patient. Though he could not move, he remained lucid, and had newspaper headlines read to him for fifteen minutes at a time. He became devastated when he realised the full extent of his condition. After about three years, he was never fully conscious, and he eventually went blind.

Argov was deeply distressed that the attack on him had provoked the Lebanon war. In 1983, he dictated to a friend the following statement from his bed in Hadassah Hospital. The statement was later passed on to the Haaretz newspaper: "If those who planned the war had also foreseen the scope of the adventure, they would have spared the lives of hundreds of our best sons . . . They brought no salvation . . . Israel should go to war only when there is no alternative. Our soldiers should never go to war unless it is vital for survival. We are tired of wars. The nation wants peace."
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The Spokesman-Review - Feb 10, 1998
British to track Nazi looters with Vatican


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British lawmakers investigating Nazi looting of gold and other assets said Monday they've received permission to study documents in the Vatican's World War II archives.

"We have taken the first firm steps toward tracing the truth," said Lord Janner, a member of the House of Lords, who has been a leader in the search for assets plundered by the Nazis during the war.

He said legislators hope to discover what dealings the Vatican may have had with Nazi banks and whether there's any truth to allegations that plundered Gypsy assets are still in Vatican vaults.

Janner said Archbishop Tauran, under-secretary of state for the Holy See, promised him 12 volumes of documents and told him he possibly could receive more after that.
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The Miami News - Jan 17, 1980 P9A
Where to repair and old Torah?
Some fight to keep it in Cairo


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CAIRO, Egypt - Where would you take a 1,200-year-old Torah to be repaired?

The Jewish holy book, reputedly one of the oldest in the world, has become the center of a controversy between British and Egyptian Jews over a plan to take it out of the country for restoration.

The Torah, written by rabbinical scholar Ben Asher in Tiberius in the 8th century, is beginning to show signs of age. U.S. and British scholars want to repair its fraying edges and crumbling corners. A brass-studded leather front cover already has been lost.

But the local Karaite Jews who have had the Ben Asher Torah for as far back as they can remember, don't like the idea.

"We would like the repairs to be done in Egypt under our supervision," said Ely Youssef Massouda, head of the Karaite community in Cairo. "What good is insurance or compensation if something happens to it - like a plane carash on its way to London or New York."

The Ben Asher Torah is said to be the oldest existing complete book of Jewish religious literature, containing the five books of Moses, on which Jewish law is based.

It is kept in a huge safe at the 55-year-old Karaite temple in the mortheast Cairo neighborhood of Abbassia and brought out only for special visitors.

One such visitor last month was Lord Granville Janner, a British member of Parliament and a Jewish leader. He saw the Torah and obtained the tentative approval of President Anwar Sadat of Egypt to take it to London for restoration.


"Of course they have their modern methods, and Britain has the best experts at the British Museum, and if it has to go anywhere, we'd rather it went to London. But this is part of Egypt's heritage and we can never know what would happen to it abroad," said Massouda, a retired government lawyer who has a private practice.

In 1978 a group of American rabbis saw the Torah and offered to take it back to Yeshiva University in New York for restoration.

The Karaite Jews hedged, and in the meantime one expert told Massouda not to allow too much handling of the book.

The Ben Asher Torah is distinctive in that, unlike others of the period, it is written as a book, not as a scroll. The 560 pages of deerskin are decorated in gold and luminous arabesque and Islamic designs. Because of the motifs, Massouda and prayer leader Barouch Haroun believe it always belonged to the Karaites.

The Karaite sect was founded by Anan Ben David in the 8th century, A.D., in a Mesopotamia dominated by Arabs, and its followers believe solely in the Torah, rejecting the oral tradition of Judaism embodied in the Talmud.

Karaites are regarded as renegades and even heretics by other jews, who maintain the Karaites are closer to Islam than Judaism.

In Cairo, worshippers have to take their shoes off before entering the temple and prayers include kneeling and bowing on rugs on the floor, as Moslems do in mosques.

Massoud says that up to 1948, there were about 10,500 Karaites in Cairo, but their numbers have dwindled in recent years.
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LONDON (AP) - Richard Nixon dispensed advice to a budding lawyer today and promised to return to Britain to speak to the Cambridge Union debating society, the rival of the Oxford University group that the former president addressed Thursday.

Nixon breakfasted at Claridge's Hotel with 21-year-old Daniel Janner, president of the Cambridge Union, and also gave him some pointers on his future.

"It was the most fascinating half-hour of my life," Janner said after their talk in Nixon's third-floor suite. "He is certainly the most controversial world figure I have ever met, or am likely to meet."

Janner, son of Labor parliament member Greville Janner and the grandson of Lord Janner, a Labor member of the House of Lords, said Nixon "gave me two pieces of advice about my future. He said I should travel widely - and cheaply - and that I should read as much as I could."

Janner said the former president also told him how he prepares his speeches, using broad headings and subheadings and a lot of preparation if he intends to speak without notes, as he did at Oxford Thursday.

Nixon was undaunted by the raucous shouts of protesters as he arrived for his Oxford address, where he told students "I'm not going to keep my mouth shut" despite retiring from politics.

The meeting with Nixon was sort of a consolation prize for Janner, who had failed to persuade Nixon to address the Cambridge Union during his visit to Britain. Instead, Nixon accepted an invitation from the rival debating society at Oxford University.

Janner said Nixon promised that he will speak to the Cambridge Union on his next visit to Britain.

As Janner and Nixon posed for photographs in the frosty London sunshine outside the hotel, the former president put his arm around Janner's shoulder and said:

"This young man could be a budding politician. With his grandfather and father, he could get into a future government whichever side of the aisle he chooses to sit on."

But Janner, who said he is a staunch socialist like his father, told Nixon he plans to become a lawyer.

The former president was driven past 500 American and British demonstrators who hurled eggs at his black limousine as it rolled slowly through the crowd before his Thursday address to the historic Oxford Union debating society.

Demonstrators grappled with police who linked arms in a human-chain in a vain attempt to keep them from pounding on Nixon's limousine as it left the hall. From Oxford, Nixon returned to London, where he met British lawmakers at the House of Commons.

During a 20-minute speech on foreign affairs to the Oxford Union and the wide-ranging question-and-answer session that followed, Nixon frequently had to raise his voice over the chorus of chants from outside the 19th century hall.

"As long as I have any breath in me I will speak up for what I believe," Nixon told an audience of 800 at the Oxford Union. The address capped a European tour that marked Nixon's bid to actively re-enter the arena of international affairs.

Cries of "We Want Nixon Dead!" and "No More Nixon!" filtered into the high-ceilinged hall as the 65-year-old former president spoke.

Asked about the Watergate scandal that led to his resignation four years ago, Nixon admitted, "I screwed up and I paid the price."

Nixon also said as president he authorized wiretaps and break-ins to root out a group of Al Fatah Palestinian terrorists in the United States "which would have killed innocent people."

Nixon said civil libertarians might object to the means used in that case but he believed they were necessary.

The FBI aid Nixon apparently referred to a 1973 case which led to the arrest of several persons accused of planning bombings. But FBI spokesman Otis Cox said in Washington he could not immediately determine whether wiretaps and break-ins were used in the course of the New York investigation. [ pre-911 false-flag drill?]
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LONDON (AP) - Michael Jackson met Britain's top legal official and attended a birthday party for the country's first black Cabinet minister during a visit to Parliament yesterday.

Jackson's entourage, including the psychic Uri Geller and American illusionist David Blaine, swept up to the House of Commons in a convoy of limousines with blacked-out windows yesterday morning.

Jackson was greeted by Lord Janner, a peer from the Labour Party, who set up the visit as a favour to Gellar.

"Uri is a great friend of mine ... and asked whether I could arrange this for him because Michael wanted to see the Palace of Westminster," Janner said
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"I think this is great fun, a marvelous occasion, totally unique."

The singer, wearing a black tuxedo with satin lapels and a white wing collar shirt, posed with Janner and Geller on the steps of Parliament before going inside.

Famously media-shy, Jackson had little to say, beyond remarking "this is all incredible."

Jackson met the Lord Chancellor, Lord Irvine, and attended a birthday party for Paul Boateng, recently appointed chief secretary to the Treasury in a Cabinet reshuffle.

He was also shown the debating chambers of the House of Commons and the upper, un-elected House of Lords as well as the historic Westminster Hall, where the body of Queen Mother Elizabeth lay in state after her death earlier this year.
[Was dead Queenie Mum still veggin in the hall when Jacko visited? ]

Parliament was not sitting yesterday, so there were few lawmakers around. But as news of the singer's arrival filtered through to staff, a handful gathered to wait for his arrival.

Later, Jackson was to travel by train to the southwestern English city of Exeter, where he was to be made an honorary director of Exeter City Football Club.

Asked by reporters outside Parliament if he liked soccer, the star replied, "I know nothing about it."
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Musical Program

Helen Ball
Lyric Soprano

Horace Bennett
at the Piano

Batti, Battie from Don Giovanni
Ariettes Oublees Air Vif (Poulene)
Ballattelia (from "I Pagliacci")
The Little Shepards
Song (Winter Watts)
Midsummer (Amy Worth)

GREVILLE JANNER

His father a British member of Parliament, his mother a Juvenile Court Magistrate, Mr. Janner, a leader at Cambridge, ..represented The ..Cambridge Union in debates all over England - speaks fluently seven European languages - served as war crimes investigator in British Army, 1947-48, - travelled many times in France, Italy, Spain, Denmark, Israel, Germany and Switzerland, studying economic conditions -" Charming speaker, flavored with good humor" - His topic.
'SOCIAL EXPERIMENTS IN POST-WAR BRITAIN"

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Irish rock singer Bob Geldof, who masterminded the Band Aid famine relief campaign for Africa, has been nominated for the 1987 Nobel Peace Prize.

Greville Janner, a lawmaker for the opposition Labor Party, said Tuesday he had submitted Geldof's name for the prize.

"Bob Geldof is important not only for what he has done but as a symbol of that which we should all be doing," Janner said.

Janner was a member of the group that nominated the 1986 winner, author and holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel.

Geldof received an honorary knighthood from Queen Elizabeth II for his famine relief campaign, which has raised over $110 million.
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LONDON (UPI) - A writ has been issued against Uganda's President Idi Amin claiming civil damages for the death of Mrs. Dora Bloch, who died following the rescue of other hijack victims at Entebbe by Israeli commandos.

Mrs. Bloch was taken away from the rest of the passengers of the hijacked Air France airliner and transported to a local hospital. She disappeared after the commandos rescued the remaining hostages last July 3.

The writ could be served on Amin of he comes to Britain for the Commonwealth conference next month.

It also names a second defendant, Maj. Farik Minawa of the State Research Bureau in Kampala. British Labor Member of Parliament Greville Janner alleges Minawa murdered Mrs. Bloch.

The plaintiff is Ilan Hartuv, 50, Mrs. Bloch's eldest son and a resident of Jerusalem.

Janner, who is a lawyer, said as head of a Commonwealth country, Amin would have sovereign immunity, but could waive that immunity.

"If he maintains that he is innocent of the death of Mrs. Bloch, then he should be prepared to present himself at the bar of British justice," Janner said.
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    Mr Whitney said registered holiday flats in the area had been inspected by Portuguese authorities for faulty heaters and those identified as sub-standard had to be repaired by December 15.

    He was replying to Labour's Mr Greville Janner (Leicester W) who urged the Government to conduct a full inquiry into the deaths.
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Confidential medical records of VIPs' which were found on a council dump in Somerby, Leicestershire, were to be burned yesterday.

The records, which contained information on thousands of people, including members of the royal family, had been kept in a safe at Oakham police station the previous night.

The owner of Harley Street clinic, source of the records, Prince Yuri Galitzne, took full responsibility for what happened. His wife and co-owner, Dr. Jena Shanks, was said to be under sedation at the couple's home in Braunston, near Oakham.

Prince Yuri said he had checked the council tip after the records were dumped. They were under two feet of rubbish and he was satisfied that they would never be recovered.

He was horrified when he heard they had been found but he said the records were couched in medical terms and would mean nothing to laymen.

A journalist living in the area, Mr Eddie Hudson, and his 14-year-old son, Greg, found the documents after going to the tip to dump an old mattress.

According to a newspaper report the half tom of documents included the records of the Duchess of Kent, the Duchess of Gloucester, the Duke and Duchess of Bedford, and Mrs Thatcher's husband Denis.

There were also notes on John Cleese, Rudolph Nureyev, David Frost and Lady Lucan, among others
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Mr Hudson insisted that the files contained "intimate personal details." He said: "I am not a medical man so therefore I don't understand the medical terms which doctors use."

Mr Greville Janner, Labour MP for Leicester West, demanded a full inquiry by the Health Minister, Dr Gerrard Vaughan.
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QVC jewelry, Greville Janner

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MY dear friend Greville Janner, Baron of Braunstone, celebrated his 80th birthday at the House of Lords earlier this month and, at the party on the terrace overlooking the Thames, I was reunited with a few old friends.

The pix of David Berglas and Greville Janner are from this month’s party. The rest are archive pix.



MY dear friend Greville Janner, Baron of Braunstone, celebrated his 80th birthday at the House of Lords earlier this month and, at the party on the terrace overlooking the Thames, I was reunited with a few old friends.
Lord Janner is an enthusiastic amateur magician
, who once had the chutzpah to show off his sleight-of-hand skills to Michael Jackson, in front of the illusionist David Blaine, when I took them on a tour of the Houses of Parliament.
Greville is internationally respected as the chairman of the Holocaust Educational Trust, Vice President of the World Jewish Congress and a member of the Inter-Parliamentary Council Against Anti-Semitism. And he seems to know everyone.

It was a pleasure, but not a surprise, to see Paul Daniels and his elfin wife Debbie McGee there — the last time we bumped into each other was at another of Greville’s parties.



The veteran magician David Berglas was in attendance too, talking shop with the host — they are both long-standing pillars of the Magic Circle.

I hadn’t expected to meet the singer Patti Boulaye there, and it was a delight to talk with her again — she’s one of the most committed and energetic people I know.

She reminded me that I’d joined her onstage at the Royal Albert Hall, about six years ago, for a concert to raise funds for Patti’s charity, Support For Africa.

Cliff Richard was at that show, and the Seventies disco divas Boney M, as well as bestselling novelist Freddie Forsyth — but the real stars were the 3000 children who came from all over Britain to form an awesome gospel choir.
I always find it easiest to bend spoons when there are youngsters around, recharging the atmosphere with their energy and, as I picked up my first piece of cutlery, the bowl flew off as if it had been hit by a bullet.
The next arced upwards more gracefully, and I auctioned it for a four-figure sum to an ebullient computer tycoon sitting in one of the Albert Hall boxes.
But what I remember most is the shocking statistic that Patti whispered to me backstage: “Look at the size of that choir. There are 3000 children there.
“And do you know the worst of it? More people than that will contract AIDS today in my home country, Nigeria.”

Patti needs every ounce of her superhuman energy to tackle a crisis that huge. She has enlisted the backing of international statesmen, such as the charity’s patron, former Prime Minister John Major, and the fund’s first target was to build an HIV clinic in the community of Ikot Efah, where Patti grew up.
“We’re making progress,” she told me, “but there is still a mountain to climb.”
If anyone can conquer it, Patti can.

MY love of jewelry began with my mother and an enamelled medallion of a Dutch windmill.
It was a gift from a friend, who ran a laundrette around the corner from our apartment in Tel Aviv — Muti worked as a seamstress, often repairing customers’ garments there.
People sometimes dropped off dresses and jackets without checking first that they’d emptied the pockets and removed the pins and brooches.
Muti, who had to raise me on a pittance that barely covered our rent, never mind our food, could not understand how anyone could be so wealthy, or so careless, as to leave valuable jewelry on a dress that was going to the cleaners.
The owner would always keep the items for months, in case they were reclaimed, but few were. One day, he reached into his desk and offered my mother the pick of his lost property.
I’ll never know why she chose that medallion, but whenever we visit Holland and see the windmill sails turning in the breeze, I’m reminded of those days of poverty and happiness.
That was the beginning of my passion for designing jewelry.
My latest range, for the shopping channel QVC, is carved from smoky crystal, and the inspiration for that came from Tel Aviv too.
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FURY AT SEX CASE JACKO & MINISTER; MPs attack shamed singer's Commons trip.


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MPs were furious last night after shamed superstar Michael Jackson was feted like royalty in the Commons.

The fallen singer - who once faced child sex allegations - was introduced to Paul Boateng, Britain's first black Cabinet minister.

New Treasury Secretary Mr Boateng, who was celebrating his 51st birthday, looked on in astonishment as Jackson sang "Happy Birthday" to him.

He was also introduced to the Lord Chancellor, Lord Irvine.

But Labour's Jane Griffiths, MP for Reading East, said angrily: "I wouldn't willingly be in the same building as Michael Jackson, so I'm glad I wasn't there.

"He is clearly a very troubled individual with major problems.

There have been serious allegations against him and I find his behaviour around children creepy."

Lib Dem MP Norman Baker agreed, saying: "I would have told Jackson to Beat It rather than I Want You Back."

The troubled singer was invited on his VIP tour by Labour peer Lord Greville Janner, a member of the Magic Circle. Also in the bizarre group was spoon-bender Uri Geller and US magician and escapologist David Blaine.

Jackson shelled out pounds 20 million nine years ago in an out-of-court settlement for the alleged sex abuse of Beverly Hills dentist's son Jordy Chandler.

The pair had gone to Monaco together and shared a bed at the singer's 100-acre Disneyland-style ranch Neverland.

Jackson paid out the cash to get the family to drop the accusations against him.

But on Friday Jackson's party turned up at Westminster in silver limousines with blacked-out windows.

Lord Irvine and Mr Boateng had only a few minutes notice of the surprise visit.

But Labour MP Stephen Pound said: "Labour's endless quest for inclusiveness obviously now includes genetically modified Americans. I am not happy with his presence in the Commons."

And his Commons colleague Harry Barnes said: "I wouldn't have wanted to be there as a part of this.

"But it is up to those who invited him."

However, Lord Janner said: "As far as I'm concerned it was a fun occasion. And Paul Boateng and the Lord Chancellor would not have met him if they didn't think it was appropriate."

A spokesman for Lord Irvine said: "Lord Janner asked the Lord Chancellor to spend ten minutes with his guests to say 'Hi'. Michael Jackson has not been found guilty of anything."

Jackson also met former Tory minister Peter Bottomley, who said: "A star celebrity is as important as an ordinary voter. And he should have the same welcome in Parliament."

Jackson and Uri Geller were also shown around Westminster's Great Hall - where the Queen Mother lay in state.

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CLAIMS: Jacko & Jordy; THRILLER: Michael Jackson meets Paul Boateng, watched by Uri Geller, Lord Janner and, in dark glasses, David Blaine
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IS GREVILLE JANNER QC, MP ABOVE THE LAW?
How people in high places covered-up for a Parliamentary paedophile.

By Dr. A. Van Helsing

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CONTENTS
I Introduction
II An Outline of Mr Chaney’s Case
III Our Observations

APPENDIX

(Text of concerned Leicester Parents Leaflet)
(1) Janner FAILS to answer sex with boy evidence
(2) Janner’s Commons statement – a display of illusionism and chutzpah, but not substance
(3) The vital questions Janner must answer
(4) Which officials joined Help Janner plan?
(5) Winston deserves justice, not smears
Reproduction of the front page from the original Concerned Leicester Parents leaflet

But who so shall offend one of these little ones which believe in me, it were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck and that he were drowned in the depths of the sea. -MATTHEW, Ch.18, v.6-

I. INTRODUCTION
THIS booklet deals with a scandal that makes the sex and sleaze sagas of most politicians seem trivial.

We are dealing with revelations and accusations made by a Sidney Albert Chaney of Noak Bridge, Laindon, Essex, and contained in a manuscript apparently prepared with a view to publication, photocopies of which appear to have been widely circulated. While Chaney’s text is quite unpublishable for legal reasons, we do feel that the substance of his work requires an urgent review to be followed by a full investigation by the authorities and for the sleaze-conscious government to justify to the public the previous cover-up.

Chaney sustained a correspondence with the late Frank Beck who died in suspicious circumstances in Whitemoor Prison, Cambridgeshire, on 31st May 1994, before his Appeal against conviction for a number of serious offences could be heard. Beck had been sentenced to several terms of Life Imprisonment for sexual assaults upon teenage boys and girls in his care at a Leicester Social Services home where he was warden.

The prosecution of Beck at Leicester Crown Court was widely reported. The scandal encompassed not only the local social services, but also Leicester Police and, last but not least, the Labour Member of Parliament for Leicester West, Greville Janner QC.

We have had an opportunity to study Chaney’s tract on this affair and it reveals him to be a person of transparent honesty and forthright courage, but prone to excitability and exhibitionist displays which compromise the value and gravity of many of his utterances, to the extent he is dismissed as a crank. However, it is long overdue for Chaney’s case to be presented in a sober and measured way, free from excess and opinions wide of the mark and prompted by prejudice.

II. AN OUTLINE OF MR. CHANEY’S CASE:
It was Beck who first contacted Chaney by letter while Chaney was involved in a dispute with Barclays Bank. Chaney claimed that the bank had defrauded him of an inheritance, and his various stunts designed to draw public attention to his grievance came to Beck’s attention in Whitemoor Prison. A friendly correspondence ensued which resulted in Chaney receiving thirty letters embracing some 70 pages, the last one dated one day before Beck died. These letters have never been published and attempts by Chaney to reveal extracts from them have been frustrated. Here and there they are of outstanding interest, especially when they relate to discoveries said to have been made by his lawyers as they prepared his Appeal.

Chaney, rightly or wrongly, reiterates Beck’s claim that his 13 years employment in three residential care homes was of a caring nature. Beck used a controversial therapeutic technique, involving a considerable degree of intimacy between the therapist and his subject, through which the subject unloads his or her past traumatic experiences in order to gain relief. For many years Beck and his technique were highly thought of by his colleagues in the Leicester Social Services Department. Chaney also endorses Becks assertion that Janner was in some way responsible for instigating the prosecution which landed him in jail or at least, of manipulating the prosecution in such a way as to deflect attention away from his own activities with young boys.

Chaney reminds us that Janner’s parents Barnet and Elsie were pillars of the Jewish community. Barnet became MP for Leicester West and President of the Board of Deputies of British Jews. Greville succeeded his father in both these appointments, but he also sustained an active involvement in the Leicester Boy Scouts Association.

In the late 1970s Janner conducted a party of Leicester youngsters on a school outing around the Palace of Westminster, and he took a particular shine to one of them: 13 year-old Paul Winston.

According to Winston’s sworn evidence at Leicester Crown Court 16 years later, this relationship quickly led to an invitation to visit the Janner home near Golders Green, north London (while Janner’s wife was away), and to an overnight stay in the Janner marital bed where the eminent QC and the pubescent urchin “cuddled and fondled each other”. Winston also testified that after this first sexual encounter, he often – over a period of two years – shared a double bed with Janner at the Leicester Holiday Inn, where he was sodomised. During this period of Winston’s life he became a rent-boy – that is, a male prostitute catering to male clients and his delinquency led him to being put into the care of Leicester Social Services.

Beck elicited the above facts when Winston was placed into his care. He also became aware that Janner was still in pursuit of the boy. At that point Beck informed his superiors at Leicester Social Services head office of Janner’s activities. Janner found out where Winston had been placed and visited the home with a present a gleaming new bicycle in the hope of resuming the relationship. On Beck’s instructions, Janner was denied entry and his gift was refused in a manner calculated to discourage further such visits. At Beck’s trial another witness mentioned an altercation she overheard between Beck and Winston in which Winston was told “he wasn’t going to see Janner any more”.

Beck informed Chaney in one of the letters that while in prison he received a visit from Winston and his family on very pleasant terms. During this visit Winston told Beck that Janner had sent two men to his home with threatening messages directed both at himself and his family. A neighbour took the men’s car number and the incident as reported to the police, who did nothing.

At his trial Beck made the statement: “One child has been buggered and abused for two solid years by Greville Janner . . . that child felt guilty and it was important it should be talked about so he did not suffer the guilt . . . ” . It was then that Janner, accompanied by Sir David Napley, perhaps England’s best-known Solicitor, rushed to Police headquarters at Charles Street, Leicester, for an interview. After this interview Napley advised his client to remain silent in the face of media questioning, and issued the following statement: “Since the trial is continuing at Leicester Crown Court the matter is sub judice. We have therefore advised Mr. Janner that he is prevented from making any statement at this stage”.

Chaney reminds us that Sir David Napley is something of a specialist in delicate cases of this kind. His previous clients included Jeremy Thorpe QC, the bi-sexual former leader of the Liberal Party, who entertained murderous thoughts about his indiscreet former lover, Norman Scott, and who employed hit-men to frighten Scott by shooting his dog; Harvey Proctor, the Gay right wing former Conservative MP who consorted with teenage rent-boys in order to live out his teacher/schoolboy caning fantasies; and an unfortunate senior police officer, Commander Trestrail, the personal bodyguard of H.M. The Queen, who was unlucky in his choice of a gay bar pick-up . . . to mention but three.

Shortly after Napley issued his statement about Janner, the then Director of Public Prosecutions, Alan Green, “let it be known” that Janner had nothing to fear as far as prosecution was concerned “for lack of evidence”. Yet, according to Chaney, Paul Winston had been able to provide the Police with information about Janner’s home, hotel rooms, life, habits and person in such intimate and verifiable detail that it could not possibly have been invented and which he could only have come to know as a result of an illicit relationship.

Chaney invites us to speculate whether Greens rush to Janners aid was prompted by fellow feeling between:

two Queens Counsel; two prominent members of the Jewish community; two sexual perverts – not barely pubescent boys in Green’s case, but kerb-crawling in the back streets of Kings Cross in search of oral sex with down-market hags. Green came to police attention as a regular nuisance in the area and they issued him with a formal warning. This leaked to the press not long after he had intervened in the Janner affair. The scandal prompted his resignation and his wife’s suicide. Janner’s next public statement was in the House of Commons under Parliamentary Privilege where he said, in effect: “l am innocent. I have been conspired against by liars”. He spoke surrounded by a claque of his friends using a device known as a Personal Statement. By convention, members making Personal Statements are not subject to interjections or questioning. After making this Personal Statement, Janner was invited by parliamentary lobby correspondents and other journalists to attend a press conference to answer questions arising from his statement. He refused to attend and refused to offer an explanation for his refusal. Their editors suppressed news of the journalists’ attempt to stage such a press conference, Janner’s refusal to attend it and his refusal to explain why.

Chaney reminds us of MPs support for Janner where one MP issued the invitation to ” . . .join with me in sending to the real sufferers the individuals whose lives have been wrecked at his [Becks] hand the profound sympathy of us all”. There was also the reference of the sexually ambivalent MP David Ashby, to a blackmail attempt on the Establishment. Beck remarked in one letter to Chaney: “About Ashby supporting Janner . . . it begs the question about all the others who supported him”. In the Commons the then Health Secretary, William Waldegrave, told Janner: “I am sure the House has demonstrated its feelings on this matter by the reception you have just received”.

We do not record Chaney’s sharp reaction to these glib and nauseating statements about a stage-managed parliamentary charade, which the Establishment is able to lay on for one of its own.

In a more sober and trenchant mood, Chaney points out that there has never been any enquiry into Winston’s allegations against Janner or to Becks complaint in writing to the Leicester Social Services concerning the charge of Janner’s sustained sexual abuse of a child-in-care. Chaney contends that Becks conviction resulted largely from the Police and/or the Crown Prosecution Service suppressing the file containing Becks complaints against Janner, which the Police had removed from the Social Services head office during the course of their investigations. It is Chaney’s central assertion that had this file been entered into evidence, Beck’s trial would have taken an entirely different turn.

With greater justification, Chaney also points to the outrageously biased conduct of the trial Judge, Mr. Justice Jowitt QC, in particular his Order prohibiting any mention by witnesses of the names of any “persons in high places” (i.e. Janner) and, further, prohibiting the media from quoting any such names in their reports of the trial in the event of a witness blurting out such a name. This fantastic and, in modern times, unprecedented attempt to gag the media’s right to report court proceedings was contested by the Press Association news agency by means of an emergency application to the High Court in London. The High Court ruled that Judge Jowitt’s Order was unlawful and void. Not long after Janner’s name was mentioned in evidence at the trial and reported by the media.

In reference to Beck’s pending appeal against conviction, Chaney claims he queried Becks optimism in the triumph of British justice, especially so with the appearance of Anthony Scrivener QC. Scrivener is one of the highest paid QCs in Britain earning some £400,000 annually and with a life-style to match. This QC was famous for winning the Winston Silcott appeal and also that of Gerald Conlon of the Guildford Four fame. With his own luxury villa in the Turkish sector Cyprus, Scrivener, not surprisingly, acted for the runaway businessman Asil Nadir. He is also a specialist in legal aid for asylum-seekers and immigrants. Chaney was surprised when in 1993 Beck told him that Scrivener was interested in taking over his appeal to be heard in the summer of 1994. Chaney warned Beck that Scrivener was a close friend of Janner two QCs and both with a Labour Party background. Beck wrote the following in reply in what Chaney holds to be one of the most significant passages in their correspondence and where the first whiff of foul play occurs:

I now have a new QC and although you may not like him, I believe he is one of the most able men at the Bar, Anthony Scrivener. It may be a case of get a thief to catch a thief, but what swung it was that he had supported Janner at the beginning but now no longer! I wonder if your letters helped with his change of mind? We did not actually ask him why he had changed horses, but it is significant that he told us of the change.

It is essential to note that Scrivener offered his services to Beck and that Beck did not invite them. Financial details are not divulged. The bait for Becks acceptance was access to the relevant Leicester Social Services file, in the possession of the Police.

In a letter from Beck to Chaney dated 23rd March 1993, Beck referred to a tantalising development: “We may have found a name of someone who we are told went to the Police but was told to go away. This Derek Johnson has moved, but we may lust be able to find him. Clearly the Police are not going to help us”. Beck then wrote to Chaney in another letter: “More is coming to light about Janner. The Home Office has given a mandate for a Chief Inspector to make more enquiries after a new witness (not a victim) has made a long statement which includes possible names and details about Janner’s sexual activities. But I have been down encouraging paths before and come to a dead end, so l have to wait and see”.

According to Chaney, Scrivener informed Beck’s solicitor: “This is an interesting case which does look as if something very wrong has happened”. Chaney maintains that Beck knew that Scrivener possessed or could acquire vital evidence in Leicester that would prove his innocence and, by implication, would ensnare Janner.

In due course Chaney received a significant letter from Beck: “I have been told we may have another victim of Janner. I understand we have the name of someone else he abused when a child. I almost dare not to believe it. I may have found another boy who Janner abused as well. We are looking into it. We have a name and address; all we need is for him to agree to co-operate. We also have a person who hates Janner as much as I do and she claims she has details about Janner and a councillor who set up a rent boys house. She has given a statement to the Police Complaints Authority because she told Leicester Police but they took no action”. Chaney is sure that Scrivener must have known about these developments and speculates whether they were relayed to Janner.

In the atmosphere of a recent murder in Whitemoor Prison, Beck wrote in another letter: “At the moment I would doubt if anyone is at risk but we will have to see. I am all right, that is for sure. I am hardly ever alone, for a start”.

Beck expressed to Chaney a desire to be mentally and physically fit to cope with the anticipated appeal proceedings. He did not smoke and was a frequent visitor to the gymnasium. He wrote: “Still I have been able to avoid medication despite the fact the give out valium like smarties. I find by keeping the brain active and attending the gym each week helps me far more than medication. As to prison, well I am doing full time education, so that’s a great help and exercises the brain”. It pleased Beck that he lost half a stone in weight.

Beck’s last letter to Chaney dated 30th May 1994 was a wide-ranging one of four pages including a reference to Scrivener who in a letter said he was now applying himself to Beck’s case. Beck wrote: “We have sent them a box-load of evidence, so it is going to take them a few weeks to take it all in. My solicitor keeps finding more bits which are helpful. So the time has not been wasted and I even feel encouraged”. On the first page of this letter, in prescient mood, the prisoner noted: “I am continuing to stay active although some days, normally after I have played badminton, I have my doubts as to its effectiveness. The other day I was aching just about everywhere. I did wonder if I had over done it but I recovered within an hour, so I will look for another excuse, like I am dying! Do you think it is my diet?” Beck also wrote again after complaining about a general ache, though the system returned to normal within a couple of hours.

At 7.15 pm on 31st May 1994, Beck collapsed and died in the prison’s crowded gymnasium. His death was later diagnosed as from a heart attack. Chaney maintains that Beck was systematically poisoned at the instigation of those who feared that some revealing evidence would surface at the appeal, only a short time away. Chaney has no doubt that Beck was murdered. We have heard from several people who had been following the case that this thought had crossed their mind upon hearing the news of Becks death.

Beck was hurriedly cremated on 9th June in Gilroes in Leicester. By a cruel coincidence, 9th June was also the date of his Open University examination results. In early July the police visited Chaney’s home to confirm his status as a regular correspondent of Beck and to inform him of the inquest to take place on 21st July. Chaney was instructed to phone the Coroner, a Mr. Morris, to get an invitation to attend, which he did. At the same time Chaney expressed grave doubts about the alleged heart attack. Morris replied that Chaney was not needed at the inquest. Bearing in mind some of Beck’s last words written to Chaney: “Do take care, but fight on, Sid. If you don’t I doubt if anyone else will”. Chaney wrote twice to the Coroner about his suspicions about the death, but the letters were ignored. However, Chaney did attend the inquest and from the gallery expressed his views so forcibly that the police ejected him. At the same time Chaney wrote a furious and accusatory letter to Scrivener regarding a Janner cover-up, to which there was, not surprisingly, no reply.

After Beck’s funeral, Lord Longford, in the role of a prison visitor, informed the Leicester Mercury he was convinced of Becks innocence. He wrote: “I last saw Beck about six weeks ago. He seemed to be in fine health and was optimistic. I think the evidence against him was tainted”. We are not sure to which evidence against Beck Lord Longford was referring. Chaney suggests it may be the evidence of some or all of the victims of the physical and sexual assaults he was convicted of inflicting on inmates and staff of the home he managed. Here it must be remembered that each of these persons who gave evidence against Beck at his trial now seek – or have already been awarded – substantial sums by way of compensation for the assaults, injuries and traumas which the Jury at Beck’s trial decided Beck had inflicted on them.
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