How hysterical parents, incompetent therapists and malicious
destroyed the lives of seven innocent North Carolinians – and
have yet to admit they were wrong
How one DA refused to yield to madness
Dec. 12, 2011
“[In 1989] when the Breezy Point Day School in Langhorne, Pennsylvania, was subjected to an elaborate skein of charges of satanic and ritualistic sex abuse [District Attorney Alan] Rubenstein mounted an immediate, aggressive investigation of the evidence supporting each allegation.
“He took up the rug at the school where rabbits were alleged to have been ritually sacrificed and sent it to [an independent toxicology] lab for analysis; no rabbit blood was found.
“He sifted the school sandbox for evidence of allegedly sacrificed and mutilated animals; no traces were found.
“He had the children alleged to have been raped and beaten interviewed apart from their frenzied parents and without the assistance of the ubiquitous [Roland] Summit-trained ‘sex therapists;’ none were found to have been abused.
“One of the child ‘victims,’ whose videotaped ‘disclosure’ was key to the original allegations, actually objected to being transferred to another school, claiming she ‘liked Breezy Point.’
“Rubenstein firmly resisted hysterical parents and the public clamor for arrests. As a result of his courage and integrity, and his thorough, timely and scientific investigations, all charges of abuse at Breezy Point quickly evaporated.”
– From “Sexual Liberation: The Scandal of Christendom” by Raymond J. Lawrence (2007)
Striking, isn’t it, to see the prosecutor in a day-care abuse case say “Wait just a minute, let’s check this out” rather than falling all over himself to round up a coffle of suspects.
Later this week I’ll be checking in with Doug Wiik, owner of Breezy Point and a key member of the Committee for Support of the Edenton Seven, and with former District Attorney Rubenstein.