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The Shaken Baby Syndrome Myth
renamed "Abusive Head Trauma" or "Non-Accidental Injury"

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SBS: EVERTHING IS BROKEN

* SBS began as an unproven theory and medical opinions, now discredited by biomechanical engineering studies
* No DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS done to eliminate other causes, abuse assumed without evidence
* Shaken Baby diagnostic symptoms not caused by shaking
* Child protective agencies snatch children, destroy families based on medical accusations without proof of wrong-doing
*Poor or deceptive police investigations, falsified reports, perjured testimony threaten legal rights, due process
* Prosecutors seek "victory", over justice; defense attorneys guilty of ineffective counsel, ignorance, lack of effort
* Care-takers threatened, manipulated, in order to force plea bargains, false confessions
* A fractured criminal justice system--a big piece for the rich, a small piece for the poor, and none for alleged SBS cases.

Read First
1. SBS "MYTH" WEBSITE SUMMARY 
2. ARTICLE ABOUT PEDIATRIC ACADEMY SBS FRAUD

3. SUMMARIZED HISTORY OF THE SHAKEN BABY SYNDROME THEORY
4. BREAKING THE SILENCE: POLICE MISCONDUCT--DJT (coming soon)


SUBJECT: OPHTHALMOLOGY REPORT, PEDIATRICIAN STATEMENT

 

Below is a statement by pediatrician John Clapper, MD from Pediatrics Northwest, given to the investigator hired by John Laverty's public defender. It explains why police were called to meet the ambulance, which had nothing to do with suspected child abuse and mentions only the callused ribs the doctor apparently believed John was responsible for but nothing about head injuries, bruises, skin sores described as "burns" or any other findings at the hospital. Any and all bruising occurred AFTER Baby Casey was taken from her parents to be sent to the hospital by ambulance. The ribs had callus formation but no fracture lines. Subperiosteal bleeding from the skin of the bone or bone necrosis from lack of capillary formation in vitamin C deficiency states form identical-looking callus which appear to be "healing fractures in different states". As for John "disapproving" of Melissa's answers, that had to do with her claim of breast-feeding, when she was unable to breast feed, could only express small amounts of milk and the baby was mostly fed soy formula. John is a stickler for accuracy and details.

Physicians are required by law to report any suspected child abuse. Dr. Clapper called the police only to make certain Casey was admitted to the hospital without interference. He spoke to the police and had the opportunity to voice concerns over possible abuse and didn't do so, obviously because there were no signs of abuse at the time. When this report was taken before the case went to court, Dr. Clapper knew the full range of Casey's condition, but only mentioned the ribs because John Laverty had described spending a night patting Casey's back to help her dislodge a plug of mucus from her lungs that caused breathing difficulties. It wasn't "CPR" --that was a mistaken description by John to describe what a nurse told him to do to treat Casey's chest congestion.


Dianne Jacobs Thompson  Est. 2007
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