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Slate's Jurisprudence: Repressed Memories and the Courts

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Slate's Jurisprudence: Repressed Memories and the Courts

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Slate's Jurisprudence: Repressed Memories and the Courts

Slate's Jurisprudence: Repressed Memories and the Courts

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The recovered memory of one victim was the main evidence used to convict defrocked Boston priest Paul Shanley. Slate legal analyst Dahlia Lithwick joins NPR's Madeleine Brand to discuss the use of this form of evidence.