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See “The Syndrome” documentary about Medical Corruptions and Wrongful Convictions in Shaken Baby Syndrome Prosecutions

Susan Goldsmith, award-winning investigative journalist and co-filmmaker of “The Syndrome” documentary, will be a guest speaker at the University of Arizona (Tucson, AZ) on Saturday, Sept 26, 2015. Venue address: 1201 East Speedway Blvd, Tucson AZ 85721. Have questions about this event, email Susan Swanbergswanberg@email.Arizona.edu – PRE-REGISTRATION is REQUIRED. Venue capacity is 50 people. Breakfast and lunch will be served.  

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The Syndrome” documentary won the Cultural Spirit Award at the New Hope Film Festival in New Hope, PA.

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The Long Island International Film Expo nominations have been announced and ‪#‎TheSyndromeFilm‬ is a Best Documentary Nominee! Thank you ‪#‎2015LIIFE‬ and Bellmore Movies staff and audience.

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For press inquiry, contact Jenny Bloom
Email: jb@prodigypublicrelations.com
Tel: (310) 857-2020 x 131

Visit the official Facebook page of “The Syndrome” for latest information on Film Festival screening locations.

Check out this eye-opening and shocking documentary film, “The Syndrome” co-created by award-winning investigative journalist Susan Goldsmith and filmmaker Meryl Goldsmith. After watching the film, you won’t look at the medical profession and the criminal justice system the same way again.

Highlights from Matt Coker at the OC Weekly who reviewed “The Syndrome” documentary when it was screened in California in April 2015: A 1998 cover package by reporter Susan Goldsmith broke the story that one of LA’s most prestigious law firms was using private in-house investigators to illegally spy on litigation opponents by obtaining their confidential health and financial records. She went on to pour years of research into shaken baby syndrome, discovering that it was a creation of junk science and many were being unjustly prosecuted for it around the country.

Her reporting is the basis of a documentary “The Syndrome” she collaborated on with her cousin, Meryl Goldsmith

While Susan Goldsmith appears as a talking head in the picture, the real stars are the doctors, defendants, scientists and legal scholars who pierce gaping holes into shaken baby syndrome allegations. Included is Audrey Edmunds, a mother of three and prisoner of 11 years for killing a baby she never harmed. 

And then there are the physicians who have turned speaking in courts, at conferences and from their own national center on shaken baby syndrome into gold–despite there being no peer-reviewed science to justify the syndrome’s existence.

Scroll down to see the film trailer and other media interviews about the film.

Twitter handle: @TheSyndromeFilm , Link to Reset Films, the official website of “The Syndrome”

Magazine Profile of “The Syndrome” by Lauren Kirchner at Pacific+Standard Magazine

Watch the trailer

Watch TV interview with filmmaker Meryl Goldsmith with Fox31 TV station in Denver Colorado.

Watch “The Syndrome” documentary producers Meryl Goldsmith and Susan Goldsmith with Kathy Hyatt who was exonerated in an interview with Kansas City Live TV show before the film’s premiere at the 2014 Kansas International Film Festival.

“The Syndrome” documentary Director/Producer Meryl Goldsmith in an interview with WSCA radio host Shawn Henderson in Portsmouth, New Hampshire before the 2014 New Hampshire Film Festival

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Help Needed: Survivor of Hit-and-Run Accident Lost 1/3 of His Skull

Update March 12, 2012: My friend told me the Chinese media reported that Jin Bin Wang has found a Rehabilitation facilities in Brooklyn after being released from the hospital. According to Ming Pao News, the newspaper has now decided to stop receiving donation checks for Jin Bin Wang. You can contact the lawyer for Jin Bin Wang regarding donation. I’ve provided the lawyer’s address, phone # below on the “UPDATE as of Feb 15, 2012. Thanks for your support!

After the two NYC Chinese-language newspapers: Sing Tao News and Ming Pao News, published the news story in Feb 2012 about Jin Bin Wang, he has found a lawyer to help him. According to the news briefing on Feb 14, 2012, the lawyer for Mr. Wang said he just started the process. The lawyer has NOT received the police report about the hit-and-run car accident on Nov 21, 2011, only the EMS report so far. Therefore, Mr. Wang is not yet able to establish insurance claims against the hit-and-run driver. And he has a wife and children to support in China. See this LINK for the Feb 14 news briefing in Chinese as reported by Sing Tao News (get a Chinese-speaking friend to translate the news for you). 

UPDATE as of Feb 15, 2012: Jin Bin WANG – the Chinese food delivery man who miraculously survived a hit-and-run car accident has a long road to recovery after losing 1/3 of his skull (head): trouble with short-term memory, frequent headaches, etc. He needs more surgeries in the future. He has a wife and children to support in China. Nearly 3 months after the car accident, he just found a lawyer for this case. Mr. Wang has retained Vincent S. WONG attorney-at-law to represent him.
You can mail donation, make the check payable to: Jin Bin Wang,
Mailing address: The Law Office of Vincent S. Wong, Esq.,  
39 East Broadway, Suite 304, New York, NY 10002
. The attorney’s office PHONE #: (212) 584-2740, or (212) 349-6099 , FAX#: (866) 367-6510, or (212) 349-6599. E-mail:   info@vswlaw.com  or  VW@WongESQ.com  The attorney will forward the checks to his client. 

Wow! I received the photos sent from and translated by a Chinese friend. This man, Jin Bin WANG, was working for a Chinese restaurant on Murray Street in Lower Manhattan. Mr. Wang was delivering Chinese food around City Hall area in New York City on November 21, 2011 at around 5pm. He was hit by a car, the driver fled the scene of the accident. Fortunately, the NYPD found and arrested the driver later. The most incredible survival story – the man lost 1/3 of his skull but survived the injury. He is still in recovery stage and he is unable to work. He needs help.

You can see more photos from these news links, published in the Chinese newspaper called Sing Tao in New York City on Feb 11, 2012 LINK and published on Feb 14, 2012 in this LINK. Another Chinese newspaper called Ming Pao in New York City has this news story in JPEG format dated Feb 14, 2012. See the story below in Chinese. You can click on the picture below to enlarge the picture and the news story. You can contact the Ming Pao Newspaper at  (718) 786-2888, Ming Pao News address 43-31  33rd Street, 2nd Floor, Long Island City, NY 11101, Ming Pao News will forward any check donations to this man. Make the check payable to the survivor of this hit-and-run: Jin Bin WANG (Wang is the last name). Although my Chinese friend thinks his Chinese last name should be spelled as HUANG

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