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April 25, 2016

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Thank you for covering this difficult but important medico-legal tragedy.

I have been following the medical literature about shaken baby theory since 1996, when the niece of a friend was accused of shaking an infant in her care. I can attest that the filmmakers are absolutely correct: Doctors working with a flawed model have been targeting innocent parents for decades, now convinced by courtroom outcomes that their theory is correct.

For the story of a family torn apart when their son's metabolic disorder was misdiagnosed as shaking injury, please see https://onsbs.com/prologue/

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