Debunking False Memory Syndrome

If you’ve ever lived through a sliver in your foot, you know that you feel the syptoms, experience the uncomfort of it, but often times you cannot find the root cause until it reveals itself much later through reddness around the area, puffiness and increasing pain. Then, the sliver is revealed and can be removed.

Because you couldn’t see the foreign object that had entered your foot, did it mean that object wasn’t real?

Because you couldn’t locate the foreign object until it revealed itself through worsening conditions, did it mean the object embedded in your foot was false and not really there?

Of course not! That sounds like foolishness, doesn’t it?

Being raped at three years old presents itself in the same way. It’s real but you don’t expunge it until the syptoms it left in your life become so unmanagable and the pain so persistent you have no choice but to look for the cause and hopefully the cure.

The False Memory Syndrome Foundation (FMSF) was a nonprofit organization founded in 1992 and dissolved in late 2019. This foundation was created by a pedophile and supported by other pedophiles, my father being a strong supporter.

Stanton states that “Rarely has such a strange and little-understood organization had such a profound effect on media coverage of such a controversial matter.”

Media gave more coverage to the FMSF than to the victim. Seriously? So, the media aided and abetted pedophiles in committing or encouraging them to commit a crime. Generally, an aider and abettor is criminally liable to the same extent as the person committing the crime.

How many victims silenced themselves watching this ridiculous charade play out in the media?

Maybe this notion that victims of childhood sexual crimes need no attention by law enforcement or from media may begin to shift when ALL of the folks who aid and abet these horrific criminals be held accountable for their actions.


We need to stand up as a group and fight back. Don’t let these actions silence you. Fight back with all you have.

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