The Appeal: A New Jersey woman claimed innocence in ‘shaken baby’ death. Now her conviction may get another look.

The Appeal highlights the story of Michelle Heale’s conviction and why her case should get a second look based on the unreliable science used against her. Founder Kieth Findley is highlighted in this article on Shaken Baby Syndrome: “[SBS] has never been validated,” said Keith Findley, co-founder and president of the Center for Integrity in Forensic Sciences and co-founder of the Wisconsin Innocence Project. While defenders of SBS often point to their clinical experience to support their diagnoses that shaking causes the triad, “that doesn’t confirm the shaking is the cause,” said Findley. “It just confirms that they call it the same thing every time.”

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