Category Archives: psychology

Lorrie Sinclair, Sandra Glenney – They love junk science

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Lorrie Sinclair, Sandra Glenney – They love junk science. Another very concerning aspect of the possibility of Ms. Sinclair becoming a judge is her association with Sandra Glenney and her embrace of junk science.  During Ms. Sinclair’s assignment’s as a Guardian Ad Litem, she will often work hand in hand with Sandra Glenney.  Sandra Glenney most definitely embraces junk science, in one case she was willing to use the services of Dr. Joyanna Silberg, past president of the ISSTD ( a fringe pseudo-scientific organization). Ms. Sinclair served as the GAL during the very same case and expressed no issues with pseudo-scientific mental health professionals.

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Loudoun CPS – Sandra Glenney and CPS aren’t aware of the past

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Sandra Glenney and Loudoun County Protective Services acts as if there isn’t a a great deal of research on Child Suggestibility and the mistakes of the cases of the 80′s and 90′s. They are oblivious to it. It is worth noting that nowhere in the training material for a CPS Social Worker and Investigator exists any in-depth discussion concerning the previous cases of the past.

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Loudoun CPS – Child Suggestibility

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The below video is an actual excerpt from a trial in which an expert witness explained to a jury the  Mousetrap experiment. Essentially, the study proves that children will change their statements when repeated constantly concerning the same subject. In this case , the question was did you ever get your hand caught in  Mouse Trap,  conducted by Dr. Stephen Cici and Dr. Maggie Bruck.  I will add the Sandra Glenney is significantly opposed to any of Ceci’s and Bruck’s research.

Your attorney needs to know all of the various studies concerning child suggestibility,  I can assure you Loudoun CPS does not know any of the research concerning Children Suggestibility, neither does Sandra Glenney.