Fractured Families is a collection of powerful personal accounts of the devastation caused by false memories. Edited by Norman Brand – Foreward by Anne Atkins. Publisher: BFMS. Date: 2007.
We know that celebrities usually have the finances to pay for the expensive services of top-class barristers, but what happens when an ordinary member of the public is accused and has no such resources?
From ‘The Justice Gap’ – an introduction to the Victor Nealon case, a grotesque miscarriage of justice.
Alexis Jay’s report into the Rotherham child sexual exploitation scandal highlights systemic failings by the Police and Rotherham’s Children’s Services.
One of the most extraordinary cases involving Satanic abuse allegations has just come to an end.
The Independent reports that the Criminal Cases Review Commission is to be sued by a wrongly convicted man who spent 17 years in prison for attempted rape after DNA evidence proved he was innocent:
DJ Paul Gambaccini recently gave evidence to the Home Affairs Select Committee after spending a year on police bail ‘when the case against him was groundless.’
Kentucky Retractor Suit Settles Are therapists still excavating memories in their patients? That’s a frequent question people ask the FMSF. The answer, unfortunately, is “Yes.”
Jean La Fontaine on Satanic Ritual Abuse Panic It is over 20 years since the rash of allegation that rituals of devil worship, including the sexual abuse of children, the sacrifice, and (sometimes) eating, of animals, children and even babies as well as other extreme acts of depravity were being…
A very comprehensive article by barrister Matthew Scott on whether or not those who make false allegations should be prosecuted.