The peer had been accused of 22 historic sex offences against boys, with the allegations spanning 4 decades. After a prolonged legal process, Lord Janner was this month ruled unfit to stand trial to sighs of relief from the Crown Prosecution Service and the Establishment in general.
Lord Janner’s death has frustrated both victims of his alleged abuse, and his family who insisted he was ‘entirely innocent’. Legal experts say it is now impossible to determine whether the peer is guilty or innocent.
As per his wishes, Lord Janner will be buried in a dark wardrobe in a bedroom at the far end of a Leicestershire children’s home.