Aug. 30, 2013
“The Edenton case is not just a horrifying aberration. Adults across the country are suddenly ‘remembering’ that they were abused as children, and filing civil lawsuits and criminal charges against aged parents…
“Claims of long-ago child abuse, ‘blocked out’ from memory until now, have become a common defense tactic. Unscrupulous ‘therapists’ and sensationalist writers feed the frenzy.
“Anything goes against accused abusers, especially the right to a fair trial.”
– From an editorial in the Arkansas Times (Aug. 5, 1993)