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Brilliant research by Moor Larkin 2 Weeks, 6 Days ago  
from 2013; long before Peter Saunders was exposed as an accused rapist and abuser of vulnerable victims.

jimcannotfixthis.blogspot.com/2013/06/th...tence-of-memory.html
 
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#202080
Jo

Re:Brilliant research by Moor Larkin 2 Weeks, 6 Days ago  
That's an excellent blog post. The comments under it are interesting too.

Moor's blog should be compulsory reading for political decision-makers and people who have anything to do with those claiming to have been sexually abused or who are involved in sending people down for sexual offences. I hope it's not just read by a handful of people.

PS sounds like a conman to me. It must take someone with an incredible nerve and tremendous ego to pose with his arm round the Pope.
 
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Murray (not Andy)

Re:Brilliant research by Moor Larkin 2 Weeks, 6 Days ago  
Sir Jimmy Savile, deceased.

No hearing, no trial, no jury, 'me too more money' - GUILTY!
 
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Jo

Re:Brilliant research by Moor Larkin 2 Weeks, 5 Days ago  
Too true, Murray.

I have also been wondering how someone could develop a "false memory" of being abused, let alone by multiple people, as opposed to knowingly making it up and perhaps convincing oneself (or not) that one's lie is true. How can anyone develop a "false memory" of something as significant as abuse? Surely that would be like developing a false memory of, say, buying a house in Colombia or doing a cruise round the Mediterranean. I can see how someone might misremember putting the rubbish out last week, but anything big or significant seems baffling.
 
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Re:Brilliant research by Moor Larkin 2 Weeks, 5 Days ago  
Nobody can explain delusions Jo. Just because you or I don't have them (I think) - others can suffer. A bit like depression - my friend Fry says I'm Mono-Polar as opposed to Bi-Polar; virtually nothing depresses me. I think it's a chemical thing; a genetic thing; a chance thing; how we all turn out. Who can say? I attribute much of my good health to choosing not to smoke, take drugs or drink much alcohol.
 
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Jo

Re:Brilliant research by Moor Larkin 2 Weeks, 5 Days ago  
I have a hard time believing that most false accusers would be delusional, even if a minority might be.

I had a mental breakdown out of the blue a few years ago (never smoked, took drugs or drank much alcohol) and it was accompanied by delusions. But they were clearly (though not to me at the time) not based in fact or even in something that theoretically might be true, like a story of abuse.
 
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#202102
Re:Brilliant research by Moor Larkin 2 Weeks, 5 Days ago  
We are all individual (thank God) and have faults, weaknesses and talents (I have yet to find my talents).
 
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Green Man

Re:Brilliant research by Moor Larkin 2 Weeks, 5 Days ago  
JK2006 wrote:
We are all individual (thank God) and have faults, weaknesses and talents (I have yet to find my talents).

Well said. I don't suffer from depression just a lot stress and money worries. I know things will fall in to place eventually but I need to at the present time.

It's hard to plan and move to the next level with this Covid 19 nonsense. Latvia is doing wonderful and my investments are coming in, however it's a only a drop in the ocean. Investing in Chilean wine and vineyards has paid off.
 
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Murray (not Andy)

Re:Brilliant research by Moor Larkin 2 Weeks, 5 Days ago  
Jo wrote:
I have a hard time believing that most false accusers would be delusional, even if a minority might be.

I had a mental breakdown out of the blue a few years ago (never smoked, took drugs or drank much alcohol) and it was accompanied by delusions. But they were clearly (though not to me at the time) not based in fact or even in something that theoretically might be true, like a story of abuse.


The MISSING piece in Jo's sad but true case, is ABUNDANT in the massed NUTcase F.A. Industry - MONEY!
 
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