Wednesday, April 06, 2005

Syndrome Evidence in the Michael Jackson Case

I have sworn not to gossip about the Michael Jackson case. But now I must capitulate. Slate has a trenchant critique of syndrome evidence -- child sexual abuse accommodation syndrome [CSAAS] evidence. The writer uses the Jackson case as his foil. See David Feige, Yet more junk science to confound the legal system (April 6, 2005).
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