Monday, 29 June 2015

It will be interesting to see whether the courts allow the case to proceed as far as a trial of the facts. Janner’s lawyers are likely to argue that this would be an abuse of process. And the courts may stop the case if it concludes that the former MP is unfit to plead. Whatever happens, it is highly unlikely that Janner will ever be seen in court – not even at the hearing currently listed for 7 August.
Source This is a pseudo-sop to the dumb goy plebs. There is no possibility of him being punished for his crimes. Even the trail of the facts may very well not take place.


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