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In the Kavanagh era this book about false accusations is timely. Using official records Dr. Nelson reveals seven feminist beliefs taught to judges--even though all of them have been proven to be false. Official judicial data shows these judges will--for the same set of facts--favor females by up to 620%. Judges are trained to believe all accusations even though up to 39% of accusations of domestic violence, and up to 50% of rape are false. Two chapters tell the stories of dozens of men whose lives were ruined by false accusations. A chapter recommends dozens of ways men can avoid being falsely accused--or, how to respond if it occurs. The book closes with a dozen recommended judicial reforms. Heavily referenced, this is the definitive book on the topic of judicially-assisted domestic violence. See https://dvfacts.com for more details.
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About the Author
Eric Nelson has six college degrees, including a Ph.D. from the University of California, Davis. He has peer reviewed publications across six disciplines, and is a peer reviewer for 11 scholarly journals. He is an honorably discharged United States Marine Corps counterintelligence Gunnery Sergeant, former police officer specializing in the investigation of domestic violence, child abuse, and sexual assault. Eric has worked as a forensic analyst, Chancellor's liaison to public safety, and as an adjunct professor.