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Articles Regarding False Accusations for Republication and Distribution

No one is exempt from false accusations, even pastors. There is a worldwide, lynch-mob culture that is enabling people to falsely accuse without repercussions.

As an example, Enumclaw.com is reporting on a small-town pastor that has been falsely accused of rape of a child by hostile ex-church members. We want nothing more than to see this man exonerated, but more so, to stop the trend of false accusations. People need to speak up for local cases, otherwise they will see their own family, friends, and churches under fire from a false accusation. Don’t wait until it’s too late.

Here’s a collection of articles that cover the events. Please share these on your blog, website, or social media sites. Spread the word!

Pastor on Rape Charge Pledges to Clear Name

A story run originally with The Press and Journal, a Scottish newspaper who interviewed a number of individuals regarding the false accusation against pastor, Malcolm Fraser.

Reality Check: 67% Reduction

67% of cased are dropped due to lack of evidence.

Taking Sides

It’s not enough to sit in the middle and not take side. If you don’t stand up, you may be next.

The Menace of P.rosecutor P.redominate S.yndrome

“Prosecutor Predominate Syndrome” (P.P.S.) is why someone admits years later he or she lied about being a victim of a sexual crime. P.P.S results from a psychological wall created by the court system. It stops the accuser from thinking through their accusation on a moral level.

The Witch Hunt of Wenatchee, Washington 1994

A small town  gained national recognition when a corrupt police force charged forty-three adults of child abuse, only later to find out they were all false.

A Hate Crime in the Making

Could the Wentachee case repeat itself in the same state within fifteen years? Lack of reform and change, led to a very similar case in another small, Washington town.

Top 10 Excuses of the Legal System for Lying

Read the top ten most ridiculous lies perpetrated by the legal system.

Intolerance Timeline

See the progression of events of how a specific Church received concentrated bias over a long period of time.