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Accused

Synopsis

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DOCUMENTARY OF THE WEEK
The Orkney child abuse case was one in a series of high-profile scandals that rocked Britain in the late 1980s and early 90s. In February 1991, police and social workers swooped on four families from the remote Scottish island of South Ronaldsay - and took nine children into care. Amid allegations of Satanism, a fight ensued to have the children returned and the families' names cleared. In this gripping and disturbing film, parents, children and social workers involved describe their experience. What drove the social workers to act so drastically? How did a campaign galvanise the community? The children themselves reveal what really happened in their disclosure sessions with the social workers.
Director Ricardo Pollack ; Producer David Alter

Contributors

Director: Ricardo Pollack






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