Claire Anderson, of ABV Solicitors, writes in The Times: Leaving suspects in the dark for years can destroy lives – our justice system must unite for change. Waiting for results is stressful, whether it be for medical tests or exams, indeed anything that will have an impact on one’s…
As is now widely known, it is all too possible for an accused individual to successfully defend themselves against abuse accusations but still lose their entire life savings in the process.
Another major story on how regression therapy plays a central part in false accusations.
The collapse of the rape prosecution trial against Liam Allan in Croydon Crown Court could have widespread ramifications for other criminal cases, because it was discovered the police withheld 50,000 text messages when such information should have been disclosed as a matter of course.
Victims of Memory: Incest Accusations and Shattered Lives. Victims of Memory examines the whole terrifying phenomenon of repressed memories. Accusers, the accused, the retractors and the analysts tell their stories in their own words.
Alexis Jay’s report into the Rotherham child sexual exploitation scandal highlights systemic failings by the Police and Rotherham’s Children’s Services.
Everyone is aware of the frustration of inaccessible memories, when we cannot recall something that we wish to do, like finding a name, or recalling an event from childhood that must have occurred, or when we fail to recognise a person who appears totally unfamiliar until he proceeds to recount…
Radio 4 are broadcasting an Analysis programme about the myth of Satanic Ritual Abuse:25 May 2015, 20:30. The programme will be available shortly after broadcast.