Monday, December 2, 2013

Fran and Dan Keller: Aftermath 3; "Day-care sex-abuse hysteria." A Wikipedia post which provides a geographical context and timeline to the Oak Hill satanic ritual abuse prosecution.

PUBLISHER'S: NOTE:  I had not  previously seen seen this Wikipedia post which provides a context to the prosecution of Fran and Danny Keller: The Oak Hill satanic ritual abuse trial. It's a very interesting compilation  of a madness which permeated the courts and led to the wrongful conviction of so many innocent caregivers - not only in the USA but also in Canada, New Zealand, Brazil and various European countries.   Harold Levy. Publisher; The Charles Smith Blog.

POST: "Day-care sex-abuse hysteria," published by Wikipedia. (18 significant cases - including that of Fran and Danny Keller - plus some discussion of causes and a timeline.

GIST: "Day-care sex-abuse hysteria was a panic that occurred primarily in the 1980s and early 1990s featuring claims against daycare providers of Satanic ritual abuse and several forms of child abuse.[1][2] A prominent case in Kern County, California, first brought the issue of day care sexual abuse to the forefront of the public awareness, and the issue figured prominently in news coverage for almost a decade. The Kern County case was followed by cases elsewhere in the United States as well as Canada, New Zealand, Brazil, and various European countries.

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