Keene v. Edie was a 1993 civil case (King County Superior Court, 1993) in which the jury found that Ronald Edie had molested his former neighbor between 1973 and 1977, awarding Keene $313,000 in damages. Keene had forgotten about the abuse for years, even denying having even been abused during a 1987 deposition in a related case, but began to recover memories of abuse during a therapy session adressing marital problems in 1990. Two of Edie’s daughters and another woman testified that Edie had also molested them when they were children, corroborating Keene's claims (Seven).
1. Seven, R. (1993, July 9). Psychiatry of Repressed Memories on Trial. Seattle Times.