We often find out about defence and prosecution arguments in historic abuse trials, rarely – if ever – do we discover what members of juries in these cases were thinking.
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.
Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, the Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, has come under mounting criticism from multiple sources over his handling of historic abuse cases investigated by the MPS.
Lieutenant-Colonel Benjamin Herman spoke of his case at the annual British False Memory Society conference on Saturday, 9 April.
The Hampstead Heath Case was one of the most remarkable, bizarre Satanic hoaxes ever yet perpetrated.
A new website has recently launched with the aim of helping individuals falsely accused of rape or sexual assault.
In an innovative and illuminating study, Dr Julia Shaw and Stephen Porter demonstrate how rich false memories of committing crimes can be generated by introducing incorrect details and utilizing suggestive memory techniques.
If it wasn’t so horrific, this would be entertaining.
SAFARI (Supporting All Falsely Accused with Reference Information) have released their April 2016 newsletter.