There is so much information on this McMartin Preschool case, but I have decided to break this post up in a couple different parts/sections or articles. If you don’t know about this case, then you have some research to do, but I have included a lot of the interesting articles
1) McMartin Preschool Revisited 2) Ray Buckey’s Press Corps and the Tunnels of McMartin 3) Cult and Ritual Abuse – It’s History, Anthropology, and Recent Discovery in Contemporary America – Indictment movie 4) Chronology of the McMartin Preschool Abuse Trials
Email from: 5-Feb-2004 THE MCMARTIN PRESCHOOL CASE WAS NOT A HOAX!!!!!!!!!!!!! My daughter attended the McMartin Preschool 20 years ago. She was 2 and a half. She is now 22.
BY Katherine Ramsland How It Began In legal tradition, it is the province of the judge to determine whether an expert witness is truly an expert. In the case of one of the longest trials in American history, a better judgment call on that score could have prevented horrendous damage.
The resources for this article include the aforementioned paper by John Earl, W. Joseph Wyatt‘s “What Was Under the McMartin Preschool? A Review and Behavioral Analysis of the ‘Tunnels’ Find,” published in the journal Behavior and Social Issues, vol. 12 (2002), and the three-part YouTube documentary “The McMartin Preschool Case:
by Alex Constantine (1996) Paul Bynum graduated from college in 1972 and joined the Hermosa Beach police department a year later. At 31 he was promoted to the rank of chief detective. Bynum was not a traditional investigator. One fellow detective often thought he was “too bright to be a
By E. Gary Stickel, Ph.D. Executive Summary During the month of May 1990 an archaeological project was conducted at the McMartin Preschool site to determine, once and for all, whether or not there had ever been tunnels under the building, as described by various children. Excavation was carried out according
Archived From: February 22, 1990 A Superior Court judge ruled today that his colleague who presided over the McMartin Preschool molestation trial could not preside at the retrial of one of the defendants, Raymond Buckey.