Douglas Misicko alias Douglas Mesner update 5

We recommend you read these pages before reading this page:

These pages will give readers the full background on this subject as well as a rebuttal to Mesner’s comments about ritual abuse and our conference. These pages list many of the comments posted by Douglas Mesner as well as other aliases. These pages will show connections between Mesner and websites like process, and the book “Might is Right.”

Douglas Mesner has continued using insults and attacks against survivors of ritual abuse and the professionals that work with them.  He has harassed and followed survivors and survivor advocates around the Internet for the last several years.  Aliases have been used adding additional insults and name calling against survivors.

He has continued his attacks on SMART and Neil Brick, including taking facts out of context and using them to belittle and insult others.  He continues to repeat the same couple of facts at our 2009 conference which he attended under false pretenses.  He did not let the conference coordinator know that he was attending as a journalist and was going to write an article about our conference.  The media is not allowed at the conference for the safety of the conference participants, who are survivors of child abuse and their supporters.  He cancelled his conference check immediately after attending the conference.

Mesner keeps repeating the fact that one display table out of many at the conference had a hat (as well as many other items) used to protect the wearer from electromagnetism.  He takes this one thing totally out of proportion to insult the conference.  He repeats the fact that one woman at the conference talked about supernatural occurrences in her abuse story.  He uses these two occurrences at our conference to viciously attack and insult our conference and our work, ignoring the strong research base backing the reality of ritual abuse and the many presentations at our conference verifying the reality of ritual abuse.  He insults Neil Brick, the conference coordinator, with insults about his height and his abuse story.

By misrepresenting the work of SMART and Neil Brick and by using name calling and insults, Mesner works to discredit the reality of ritual abuse and ritual abuse survivors to falsely influence others to ignore the facts that prove ritual abuse is a reality.

We advise readers to see through these tactics and read the data proving the veracity of the existence of ritual abuse.  Some of this is below.

Evidence ritual abuse exists: