Shaken Baby Syndrome
In a 96-page decision packed with irony, the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service (MPTS) in Britain has declared pediatric neuropathologist Waney Squier guilty of practicing outside her area of expertise, ignoring the opinions of her peers, and bringing the reputation of the medical profession into disrepute with her testimony and written opinions in a series of shaken baby cases she helped defend between 2007 and 2010. Read more here:
Shaken baby syndrome: Dr. Norman Guthkelch, ‘Originator’ of shaken baby Syndrome, warns ofmiscarriages of Justice:
“About his original paper Dr Guthkelch has said,
“But I truly regretted ever having written it, because people are in jail on the basis of what they claim is my paper, when in fact it is nothing like it.” “I am frankly quite disturbed that what I intended as a friendly suggestion for avoiding injury to children has become an excuse for imprisoning innocent parents.”
Dr. Norman Guthkelch. (who is now over 100 years old and last year )
INNOCENT PARENTS AND CARERS WILL CONTINUE TO BE IMPRISONED IF THE MEDICAL ESTABLISHMENT GAG ANY MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL WHO CHALLENGES THE SYSTEM AND SHOWS THAT SBS IS NOT BASED ON TRUE SCIENCE.
The charges against Dr. Squier are apparently consistent with a strategy advocated by Detective Inspector Colin Welsh of New Scotland Yard in 2010 at the 11th International Conference on Shaken Baby Syndrome for improving the conviction rate in these cases by neutralizing experts willing to testify for the defense.