In the 80′s the sexual abuse cases were at an all-time fevered pitch, there was the McMartin Scandal in California, Little Rascals in North Carolina and many many others. Witch hunts and junk science ruled the day. Loudoun has its own sexual abuse scandal – the Bruce McLaughlin case. Bruce McLaughlin was the target and victim of a vindictive ex-wife, a zealous cheating prosecutor, incompetent social workers and an obliging psychologist who was willing to testify that abuse occurred. These are the essential ingredients of a kangaroo Court and a false conviction.
Recently, the Loudoun Times published an article concerning the lack of diversity on the bench in Loudoun. The local chapter of the NAACP conducted a study of the breakdown of the surrounding counties and their benches. There is indeed an astounding lack of diversity. I agree with the NAACP concerning the lack of diversity. However, the study and article hinted that competent minority candidates were put forward in Loudoun County. These candidates were Lorrie SInclair and Zaida Thompson.
In the ongoing series concerning the deplorable choices that Sandra Glenney makes as far as psychologists go; specifically her choice of using therapists from the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation (ISSTD). The video below details the problems of Glenney’s type of psychologist.
This attached video pretty much sums up the belief system of Sandra Glenney. As you will notice from the video , the therapy sessions are nothing but junk science. Randy Noblitt, who has attended ISSTD conferences, can be seen speaking to Satan on the video. Welcome to the world of Sandra Glenney’s type of psychologists.
It is critical that you understand how to question the psychologist chosen by Sandra Glenney. The below statement is accurate and should be taken to heart, from page 321 of the “Abuse of Innocence”, it is important to keep this in mind. Let the below statement be your guide when your attorney is questioning Sandra Glenney’s expert witness; Sandra Glenney is CPS. CPS does not make any moves without them first being approved by Sandra Glenney. This includes the choice of a therapist.
“Psychologists and dogs will do whatever satisfies those who feed them” Walter Hurst
As far as guidance on how to question Glenney’s expert witness, please reference the below link. Attorney Danny Davis did a very thorough job of cross-examining Kee MacFarlane , the lead interviewer of the children in the McMartin case. His goal was to demonstrate that she had not formal training , no guidelines and no science to support her methods.