PUBLISHER'S NOTE: British radio broadcaster Richie Allen conducted a 28 minute interview with Dr. Squier for his outside the mainstream radio show. It was truly a pleasure to to hear the words coming out of Dr. Squier's mouth - as contrasted with seeing them on a screen, or in a newspaper article. Allen is an excellent interviewer. (It's like he instinctively knows the questions that I, the listener would like to see asked and answered) He truly has done his research on the shaken baby issues and unflinchingly displays his outrage at the unwarranted attack by police and the medical profession on Dr. Squier - and at the harm the so-called syndrome - a hypothesis without any scientific underpinnings - has caused to so many innocent people. Dr. Squier talks candidly about her experience, the effect it has had on her over the past decade, and tears apart the prevailing myths. She is calm, thoughtful and incisive. Bravo Dr. Squier! Well done Richie Allen; It's well worth a listen."
Harold Levy: Publisher; The Charles Smith Blog;
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See Daily Mail story by Sue Reid at the link below; "Today, Dr Squier says one of the worst things about her ordeal was being portrayed as a ‘liar’ during the disciplinary hearing by the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service, the independent disciplinary arm of the GMC. Her ordeal means there are now few paediatricians or pathologists prepared to give expert defence evidence in shaken baby cases. Accused parents have become so desperate for help that they write to Dr Squier begging for advice.‘I was getting up to one letter a week before my hearing ended in March. I always try to refer them to a decent lawyer,’ she says. ‘Now families are beginning to realise what’s going on. They are getting scared of taking their ill children to hospital in case they are accused of shaking them.’ Yet there is one bright light at the end of the tunnel for Dr Squier. She is spending the next six months re-writing a key textbook on paediatric neuropathology. It will contain a section on SBS and highlight her belief that a medical myth has sent many innocent parents to prison.http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4019292/Dr-Waney-Squier-speaks-jailed-parents-innocent.html