"That is to say, in the logic of some people any accusation based on recovered memory testimony should be believed, because seeking justice for the claimant is more important than any injustice done to the falsely accused. Many have pointed out that the number of convictions based on such accusations are a small fraction of the accusations that were made. Their claim, such as it is, is that the moral panic that lead to slews of unsubstantiated allegations are justified because it’s better to bear the inconvenience of a false allegation than allow any perpetrator to escape prosecution." - For Infernal Use Only
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