Do the police, the Crown Prosecution Service, and the barristers appointed to prosecute and defend those accused of historic allegations still follow due process?
Human rights and civil liberties barrister, Barbara Hewson, has written an article saying that the justice system is skewed against men in rape cases because of an over-willingness to believe those who claim to be victims.
Lieutenant-Colonel Benjamin Herman spoke of his case at the annual British False Memory Society conference on Saturday, 9 April.
If it wasn’t so horrific, this would be entertaining.
SAFARI (Supporting All Falsely Accused with Reference Information) have released their April 2016 newsletter.
Barbara Hewson, writing for The Barrister magazine, has adddressed the issue of false allegations, in a substantial article that examines how and why they are made.
Steve Ramirez, Xu Liu and Susumu Tonegawa have performed a remarkable series of experiments on mice which they say demonstrate the unreliability of memory in mice and humans.
A new scientific study has rigorously investigated the nature of childhood memories:
We think our recollections are reliable,but research shows that all of us are susceptible to false memories. Kate Hilpern discovers what can happen when we rewrite the past.
Following sensational claims about a paedophile ring involving MPs, widely reported in the national press, Matthew Scott, a respected senior Barrister, has written a brilliant and illuminating essay which warns of the dangers of leaping to precipitous conclusions