Shaken Baby Syndrome/Non-Accidental Trauma
A systematic miscarriage of justice entrenched within the legal system over many years.
A family's nightmare with US child protection services.
Like Indian Parents In The USA, Parents In New Zealand Are Being Accused Of Abuse For What Could Be Brittle Bone Disorders In Children
New Zealand Herald, 16 October 2017: A young couple are fighting a decision to take their two children - one a newborn baby - into state care because of a suspected child abuse injury which they believe is due to brittle bone disease.
Flawed Convictions: “Shaken Baby Syndrome” and the Inertia of Injustice by Professor Deborah Tuerkheimer
This is a book by Professor Deborah Tuerkheimer which can be bought here “The emergence of Shaken Baby Syndrome (SBS) presents …
"states should develop error-correction bodies to identify past errors that have resulted in wrongful convictions of people accused of shaking a child."
Michigan Men Accused of Toddler Deaths Question Shaken Baby Syndrome by Jacob Gershman, Wall Street Journal, 2016
US experts question the theory of Shaken Baby Syndrome, 2016.
'While some are clearly guilty of child abuse, many may be serving time for a crime they did not commit, say a growing number of physicians, pathologists and brain-injury specialists."
UK, 2005. Paper by British physician, James Le Fanu on misdiagnosis of child abuse.
Shaken Baby Syndrome, Abusive Head Trauma, and Actual Innocence: Getting it Right by Patrick D. Barnes, Keith A. Findley, David A. Moran and Waney Squier
USA, UK, 2012. A peer-reviewed academic paper refuting Shaken Baby Syndrome theory as a default diagnosis when certain symptoms are presented by babies and children.
USA, 2011. Dr. Joseph Mercola argues that child abuse laws in the United States of America have created an industry of dubious child abuse claims.