Silent Witness portrayed me as a criminal says expert on 'shaken babies'

Tom Harper
June 2012
Evening Standard;6/7/2012, p31
THE BBC is under investigation for allegedly smearing a senior doctor in its prime-time drama series Silent Witness.


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