'David' claims to have been abused by Lord Janner
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Lord Janner: 'Abuse victim' seeks medical records

A man who claims he was abused by ex-MP Lord Janner has called for the release of medical reports which prompted the decision not to prosecute him.

He told the BBC's Victoria Derbyshire that seeing those reports would give him peace of mind.

The director of public prosecutions (DPP), Alison Saunders, announced in April that 86-year-old Lord Janner would not be charged because of his dementia.

The Labour politician has denied any wrongdoing.

The alleged victim who was interviewed by the programme was not one of the cases being considered by Ms Saunders for potential prosecution.

Speaking about the tests for dementia, he said: "We need to see when those reports were taken and be able to look at the dates and the conclusions and be able to test it."

The BBC cannot verify his version of events.

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  • 14 May 2015
  • From the section UK