Evidence

Evidence Against Dr. Colin Ross, vol. 1 ~ Detailing claims of malpractice against Dissociative Disorders specializing psychiatrist Colin A. Ross.

Testimony of Dr. Colin Ross, State of Texas v. Billy Joe Harris (20 Sept., 2011) ~ Famed psychiatrist and conspiracy theorist, Colin Ross, gives expert testimony in defense of serial rapist Billy Joe Harris in Texas, September 20, 2011. Harris’s defense, supported by Ross, is that Harris suffers from the controversial diagnosis of Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), previously known as Multiple Personality Disorder (MPD). To augment his insanity plea, Harris convulses and yells in the courtroom, however, in a March telephone call from the Jackson County Jail, he is caught asking his girlfriend whether she enjoyed the show he had put on in court earlier that day.
Ross himself is questioned regarding his own conspiracy theories of Government Mind Control and the validity of DID. Ultimately, Ross’s testimony is excluded.

Bessel van der Kolk, Scientific Dishonesty & the Mysterious Disappearing Coauthor ~ Transcripts of a deposition given by Bessel van der Kolk wherein it is learned that his published data supporting traumatic repression was gathered by a graduate expelled for scientific dishonesty.

Replies to 22 Faces Claims: Hard Questions for Author Judy Byington ~ Screen shots of an online dialogue between 22 Faces author, Judy Byington, and the sister of Jenny Hill, 22 Faces’ protagonist. Various questions are raised which seriously cast doubt on Byington’s motives and credibility which Byington proves unwilling or unable to answer.

Graphing Declining Scientific Interest in Dissociative Identity Disorder ~ This graph by Dr. Harrison Pope maps the faddish rise and fall of Dissociative Identity Disorder compared against non-controversial established psychiatric diagnoses.

An Interview With ISSTD Past President Kathy Steele ~  The idea that certain traumas may prove so emotionally incomprehensible that the memories of these traumas may be “repressed” has become a foundational idea among the conspiracy fringe who maintain that crimes of “Satanic Ritual Abuse” and Alien Abduction have not only been concealed from the public at large, but are often concealed from even those who were victim to them. In this interview with journalist Doug Mesner, past president for the International Society for the Study of Trauma & Dissociation (ISSTD) Kathy Steele, attempts to demystify DID and separate legitimate DID studies from fringe conspiracy-based organizations like S.M.A.R.T. (Stop Mind control And Ritual abuse Today).