Our thanks to Ian for this. An extract:
The judge said neither the children nor their father could be identified.
He said the man and the children’s mother had become embroiled in a legal dispute over the children after separating five years ago.
The woman had initially made “serious allegations” about the man’s conduct towards one child and then claimed that he had sexually abused both youngsters.
Investigations had started, the man had been arrested and had not been able to see his children for two years.
But a social worker had suspected the children had been coached to make false allegations and staff had concluded the children’s mother had caused the youngsters “significant harm”.
Mr Justice Cobb said the children had eventually moved to live with their father and were “thriving”.
The children’s mother should be prosecuted at least on the grounds of seeking to pervert the course of justice. We can be sure she won’t be.
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