Scottish police investigate Lord Janner over child sex abuse

Police in Scotland are investigating claims that Lord Greville Janner, rumored to have been a prolific child sex offender, abused a boy there in the 1970s.

 The allegation was first made by a Leicester man in 1991 who told the police that Lord Janner abused him on a number of trips across the UK.

 Allegations against Lord Janner surfaced in 1991. Alison Saunders, the Director of Public Prosecutions, recently decided not to prosecute Lord Janner with alleged child sex offenses due to his dementia, insisting that the disease is so extreme, he could not “play a part in the trial”.

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