Links Related to the Case

Hotline Number: 516-660-4385

An information hotline has been established for anyone with information about the case, my arrest, or the computer classes. This hot line has no direct connection to Jesse.

All calls and information will be kept confidential unless otherwise expressed by the caller.

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Jesse Friedman Defense Fund

David Friedman has worked tirelessly in support of Jesse's exoneration.


National Center for Reason and Justice

The NCRJ maintains a page devoted to recent news on Jesse's case (click to view)


Justice for Jesse

By Andrew Jarecki, Director, and Marc Smerling, Producer, of Capturing the Friedmans


FalseConfessions.org

FalseConfessions.org is a public advocacy organization committed to raising awareness of the incidence of false confessions in criminal prosecutions leading to wrongful convictions. The site tracks news on false confession cases, including that of Jesse Friedman.

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The False Memory Foundation Home Page:  A treasure trove of information covering every aspect of these conditions.  Case studies, FAQ, book reviews, monthly newsletter, hypnosis, multiple-personality disorder, and much more.

Elizabeth Loftus is a Professor or Law, Criminology , Psychology and Social Behavior at the University of California, Irvine, and University of Washington. Professor Loftus has published dozen's of articles on this subject. 

Professor Loftus' book The Myth of Repressed Memory, has been described by the The Washington Post Book World as, "[A] thoughtful, scholarly book...concerned with exposing the damage caused by, and the falsity of, the practice of recovered-memory therapy."  The New York Times Book Review said, "The descriptions...of the 'therapeutic' practices by which memories are recovered are a frightening indictment of at least some members of the burgeoning therapy industry."

Satan's Silence, The Making of a Modern American Witch Hunt by Debbie Nathan and Michael Snedeker.