The Child-Abuse Inquiry Is A Stain On The Justice System


 

The Child-Abuse Inquiry Is A Stain On The Justice System.

The Independent Inquiry Into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA), established in 2014, is scheduled to hold preliminary hearings on almost every day next month. One of the inquiry’s 14 separate investigations will focus on Greville Janner.

Lord Janner died in 2015, after being ruled unfit to stand trial in relation to historic allegations of sexual abuse. Three previous inquiries into allegations against him ended with no charges being brought. His son, Daniel Janner QC, described the IICSA in The Times as veering ‘between a bloated expensive irrelevance and a vindictive witch-hunt’. The IICSA has responded to allegations of unfairness against Janner by claiming that its scope is limited to ‘the conduct of institutions as opposed to that of individuals’. children.  To Read The Full Article Please Click Here>

Lord Janner Daniel Janner Interview

Prosecutors have appeared to leave the door open to pressing ahead with criminal proceedings over child sex claims against Lord Janner despite his death.

 

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