BY GABRIEL PRINCEWILL The Crown prosecution service has concluded that Labour peer Lord Janner, will not face child sex abuse charges because his demensia is too serious for him to do so. The allegations against him date back to the 70's and 80's where he is said to have abused young boys at residents in Leicestershire children's home. Police condemned the CPS decision as "wrong", and the Labour Party has suspended the 86-year-old peer.\par The politician's fate is now in the hands of the CPS, who will review his case. ALLEGATION The CPS confirmed that over a dozen individuals had made allegations to police relating to Greville Janner. The director of public prosecutions announced today that it is not in the public interest to put the QC and former MP on trial. The CPS said the allegations against Janner are extremely serious and the evidence against him would have warranted a criminal trial. But his poor health meant they have decided to not pursue the case in the courts. A CPS statement said it considers that the evidential test was passed on the basis the evidence is sufficient to have warranted charging and prosecuting Lord Janner in relation to the particular charges relating to nine individuals. It concluding by stating that there was no current or future prospect of him re-offending The "core allegation" was that as MP for Leicester West at the time, Lord Janner befriended the manager of a children's care home to allow him access to children in order to "perpetrate serious sexual offences on children", the CPS said. That is how serious the allegation is- one that only an individual with a warped mind would commit. However, what the CPS are telling us is that because the MP has serious dimensia, he is not fit to stand trial since can't remember anything in order to defend himself. So he gets away with it if he is guilty., just in caase he is innocent. That's the position of the law. So in the event he is guilty, he goes scott free! Such impunity is the shame of our society, though with legal guidance here in place, it is a difficult one here since he has a right to a defence. The shamed MP may well be laughing at us all, since we can't get him. The question is, how more MP's are out there who have committed despicable crimes, yet who will claim demensia and get off? Given their hideous reputation, looks like we can't trust all Mp's. Despite this, we can't tar them all with the same brush- there are surely many decent MP's who are honorable and do their best for their community. Still, they may inevitably suffer the negative stereo types that now sticks with a post that ought to be most dignifying. TARNISHED REPUTATION The reputation of Mp's have been utterly tarnished of late following allegations of sexual abuse of boys and even the murder of several youngsters for the ritualistic purposes. This damning indictment has since debased the collective integrity of Mp's in the UK, leaving an indelible scar of horror in the taste buds of decent citizens of this country.\par Leicestershire Police interviewed more than 2,000 people throughout the course of their investigation, and a "comprehensive file of evidence" was submitted to the CPS. DISTASTEFUL The fact the Director of Public Prosecutions Alison Saunders considered the available evidence against the otherwise man of 'good standing' to be sufficient, makes the implied acquittal of the MP all the more distasteful. A strong sense of injustice will inextricably always be attached to his freedom. The charges against him comprised of: Fourteen indecent assaults on a male under 16 between 1969 and 1988. Two indecent assaults between 1984 and 1988 Four counts of buggery of a male under 16 between 1972 and 1987. Two counts of buggery between 1977 and 1988 She said the CPS were "wrong" not to prosecute the Cardiff-born peer following investigations in 1991 and 2007, and admitted the CPS made mistakes. She lamented the decision of the police not to pursue Greville Janner in 2002, equivocally insisting the decision to have been 'wrong' having looked at it again. IPCC INQUIRIES Assistant Chief Constable Roger Bannister of Leicestershire Police said the force had invited the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) to look into "what happened in the early 2000s" and inquiries are ongoing. He questioned why the result was different and indicated that the whole sorry affair was 'regrettable' "Why was the decision different? Could it have been? Should it have been? If that's the case then I would be the first to say that's regrettable," ACC Bannister said.Last year a former detective sergeant with COVER UP The glaring semblance of a cover up highlights the urgent need of a police 'shake up', and for the force to improve its standard of integrity and seek out dispassionate officers who will put their all into their job without wavering when it comes to high profile or well positioned individuals in society. How can the police or MP's govern us, if they are very corrupt? Surely, there are many individuals who will do a good job and stamp out corruptions in the police system, or at least make it very difficult. Perhaps the boys on the beat need greater incentives to nail very influential politicians or well placed individuals who abuse their power and position. Unless they are so prone to the alluring temptation of money just like corrupt people in under developed parts of the world. The police force perform a vital and necessary job in society, and there are many who do a fantastic job worthy of much praise. Nevertheless, those who permit evil people to walk the streets and escape detection just because of the power and influence, will always remain a cancer to the force established to protect us all. Chief Constable of Derbyshire police told the media his failure to arrest Lord Janner in 1989 was on the instruction of his superiors. This instruction, despite all the evidence! What a disgraceful state of affairs! Lord Janner is an old man, so it is quite possible he genuinly suffers from demensia. But that's an easy one to pull though, isn't it? Let's face it, if he was the regular Joe bloggs, he will likely be in jail now.