Posts tagged with  " investigations "

Isaac Itiary, another victim of non disclosure of vital evidence

December 20, 2017:

A few days after Liam Allan escaped a possible prison sentence by the skin of his teeth, saved by a diligent prosecutor chasing up non disclosed material, another man is rescued at the last minute. Isaac Itiary had spent several months in prison awaiting his trial having been charged with six counts of sexual activity […]

Warning to all wrongfully accused: keep all your records safe even when you think your case is closed

November 6, 2017:

Retain All Your Records in a Safe Dry Place even when you think Your Case Is Closed This may be especially pertinent to those whose case has been deemed NFA, no further action. The Helpline regularly experiences calls from Falsely Accused people who believed all was over. Callers are being informed by police that their […]

Winter Edition of FACTion available now

February 24, 2017:

The Winter edition of FACTion has now been published, with many subjects of interest. Read about the Henriques Report, the phenomenon of false memories, the experience of being falsely accused of rape and much more. You can download the magazine here.

Prominent men are said to be suing the Metropolitan Police

February 15, 2017:

Lord Bramall and Paul Gambacinni are suing the Metropolitan Police according to the Daily Mail. Paul Gambacinni was publicly named as being accused of an historical sexual offence and spent a year on bail. He says he is £200,000 out of pocket due to lost earnings and legal expenses. His year of terrible suffering is […]

New FACTsheet on how to cope with a false allegation

February 7, 2017:

A new FACTsheet has been prepared based on the experience gleaned by some members who were falsely accused of historic sexual abuse in a work setting. It lists 22 very practical steps that you can take to help in your defence. These steps not only help you to gain some sense of control when your […]

Warning to the Wrongfully Accused, Keep your Records for Life

December 7, 2016:

It is understandably tempting to think that after 4 years it might be safe to dispose of documents which are closely connected to the trauma of being falsely accused. A word of caution. We are finding that the records you hold may, at some point, be the only records which exist. Even the most important […]

Chris Saltrese Solicitors

August 20, 2016:

Our attention has been drawn to several excellent articles on Chris Saltrese’ website; False Allegations: Contrary to popular belief false allegations of sexual offences are neither rare nor are they readily sifted out by the criminal justice system. Nor can defendants place unquestioning reliance on the ‘scrutiny of the courts’ to secure the correct verdict. […]

Allegations of Paedophile rings and establishment involvement in child sexual abuse

March 17, 2016:

Today, 17th March 2016, sees the publishing of the long awaited Macur review report looking into the Waterhouse Inquiry into child sexual abuse in care homes in North Wales.

Is it right to pursue claims of Historical Sex Abuse against the dead?

March 2, 2016:

The BBC – The Moral Maze The idea that we shouldn’t speak ill of the dead has an ancient heritage dating as far back as 600BC. It’s attributed to the Greek philosopher Chilon of Sparta, but judging by recent headlines around allegations of historic sex abuse it might not have much more of a shelf […]

Case against South Wales teacher "not proven"

January 23, 2015:

ALL charges have been found ‘not proven’ against a former teacher accused of bullying and mistreatment of a pupil. Philip Meredith told of his relief at the verdict, saying the last three years had been a ‘living hell’ and said he hopes to return to teaching after all eight charges were found to have been […]

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