Alan has been in jail for 6 years. Before his false arrest and conviction, there was little help out there. After his incarceration, the Yurkos began their trail-blazing odyssey of researching SBS and contacting professionals to review the case. In that time, the case has gained international attention and recognition in newspapers and other publications—including a number of medical journals—and on the Internet. Due in great part to the Yurkos' and their supporters' efforts, help is growing.
Although the work the Yurko Project and others have done has already helped prevent many convictions, very few false convictions have been reversed. At any rate, no case is as "notorious" as this one, especially with regard to aspects that so sharply outline the medical malfeasance possible in such cases, including the apparent motive of harvesting infant transplant organs. Therefore, the international reverberations from winning this well-known case will help greatly to expose the problem and pave the way for many other reversals and preventions.
From the article Did Baby Alan Die of Shaken Baby Syndrome? by Harold Buttram, MD, who has reviewed, and testified in, numerous cases:
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