Posts tagged with  " compensation "

Doctor admits she had 'no evidence' for child abuse claim

April 27, 2005:

that children had been drugged by two nursery nurses falsely accused of child abuse, a disciplinary hearing heard today.The General Medical Council (GMC) heard testimony Camille De San Lazaro made during an earlier legal hearing in which she admitted making unsubstantiated allegations when helping families make compensation claims in relation to the false child sex […]

Dr Camille De San Lazaro admits abuse claims were exaggerated

April 26, 2005:

A leading expert admitted she “overstated and exaggerated” medical report accounts of sexual abuse which were later proved false in a major North-East case, a medical tribunal was told yesterday.Dr Camille De San Lazaro, a consultant paediatrician and senior lecturer at Newcastle University, appeared before the General Medical Council in Manchester to answer a charge […]

Demo as doctor fights for career

April 25, 2005:

Demo as doctor fights for career By Dave Black, The Journal A group which campaigns for carers and teachers who have been falsely accused of child abuse will today stage a demonstration as a North-East doctor faces a hearing which could end her career.Dr Camille San Lazaro goes before the General Medical Council (GMC) for […]

Dr San Lazaro appears before GMC

April 21, 2005:

The doctor at the centre of a major child abuse allegation in the North-East is now facing a battle to save her own career.Dr Camille De San Lazaro faces a fitness to practice hearing in front of the General Medical Council (GMC) on Monday which could lead to her being struck off the medical register.The […]

Stop the Panic {about Paedophiles inflitrating childrens homes} Jean La Fontaine

April 7, 2005:

Jean La Fontaine is professor emeritus of social anthropology at the London School of Economics. She has done fieldwork in Africa and the UK. She has published a book on children’s sexual abuse and the Department of Health funded her research on ritual and organised abuse.From the late 1980s onwards there has been a fear […]

Stop the Panic

Jean La Fontaine is professor emeritus of social anthropology at the London School of Economics. She has done fieldwork in Africa and the UK. She has published a book on children’s sexual abuse and the Department of Health funded her research on ritual and organised abuse.From the late 1980s onwards there has been a fear […]

Every Parents Nightmare

January 28, 2005:

Stephanie Lawrence faced every parent’s nightmare when she was falsely accused of assaulting her children by social services. As a result her children were put on the ‘at risk’ register and what followed was, in Stephanie’s words, “Three years of hell.” Stephanie tells how one social services blunder lost her her business and left her […]

´WALL OF SILENCE´ ACCUSATION OVER SUSPENSION OF HEAD

January 26, 2005:

EDUCATION chiefs say a decision on the future of a suspended headteacher will be made ‘shortly’. It comes as a parent at the school involved accused the local authority of putting up a ‘wall of silence’. Dave Griggs, headteacher at Maesydre Primary School in Howell Drive, Welshpool, has been suspended from his post since September […]

Vindication for abuse claimant

I’ve been vindicated – now I’ll sue police Jan 26 2005 By Steve Bagnall, Daily Post A NORTH Wales child abuse victim last night said he plans to sue police after he was cleared of benefits fraud.A jury yesterday found Steven Mes-sham not guilty of five false accounting charges at Chester Crown Court, after a […]

Canning Case Shows Need for Fairer System of Redress

January 25, 2005:

Criminal lawyers argue that compensation schemes for the wrongfully convicted are in urgent need of reform NINE years ago Paul Grecian, a Scottish businessman who used to supply defence equipment for governments worldwide, was languishing in a South African jail after having been arrested under an Interpol extradition order from the US. “I got this […]

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