Dean Tong quoted in breaking news Wall Street Journal Story – Delicate Questions of Abuse –
Tong queried by Committee for Safety of Foreign Exchange Students.
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In divorce court, Dean Tong lost his visitation rights because of an unsubstantiated complaint by his estranged wife that he had sexually abused his preschool-age daughter. When he tried to contest the charges, he was arrested on a capital felony charge, jailed and couldn’t see either of his kids for 14 months pending trial. Charges against Mr. Tong were dismissed.
Proving his innocence took ten years in six different courts, with eight attorneys, six psychologists, and $150,000 in expenses. He passed a polygraph test as well as psychosexual tests including the penile plethysmography. In the end, he was allowed eight hours a week of unsupervised daytime visitation.
A graduate of Northeastern University in Boston and a Master’s candidate in Child Forensic Studies at the Universities of Portsmouth and Leeds, Mr. Tong has served as strategist or expert witness for falsely accused parents and/or those involved in protracted child custody battles in 40 states in scores of active court cases. He is the author of two previous books, “Ashes to Ashes… Families to Dust” and “Don’t Blame ME, Daddy,” and is working on his memoir tentatively titled A Father’s Worst Nightmare: The Dean Tong Story. He has appeared on more than 2000 TV and radio talk shows and has been the subject of numerous articles in the Boston Globe, Washington Times, Fort Lauderdale Sun- Sentinel, et al.
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