The falsely accused, some of whom have been sent to prison, are beginning to strike back, suing the therapists involved. And the courts are hearing their cases, weighing the evidence and awarding large judgments. Washington State University professor Elizabeth Loftus, one of the foremost experts on memory, warns of the inaccuracy of memory in general, let one those “recovered” under therapy. She tells, for example, of a rape victim who became hysterical when viewing the man she identified as the rapist. He was convicted on her testimony—but another man later confessed to the crime.