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The MPTS considered her work as an expert witness in six cases, including the deaths of four babies and a 19-month-old child.
Michele Codd, chairman of the tribunal, gave examples of where the panel felt Squier’s court evidence had strayed outside her field of expertise.
He said there was no doubt that she "had been a person of good character".
But he said the tribunal "found that in your written and oral evidence you were dogmatic, inflexible and unreceptive to any other view,” she said.
“The furthest you were prepared to accept any criticism was to state either that you had made a typing error or that you could have been clearer in what you had said in your reports or evidence.
Dr Waney Squier failed to be objective and unbiased in six cases in which she gave evidence for the defence, including the deaths of four babies and a 19-month-old child, a disciplinary panel had ruled.
Dr Squier, 67, who works at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford, gave expert evidence that the brain injuries involved were either not consistent with non-accidental injury, or were more likely to have been caused by some other means.
Her minority view on shaken baby syndrome is in contrast to the opinions of the majority of experts in the field who argue the so-called triad - swelling of the brain, bleeding between the skull and brain, and bleeding in the retina - is a strong indicator of trauma.But the tribunal, sitting in Manchester, said she put forward theories "insufficiently founded" upon the evidence in the six cases between 20.They found she gave evidence outside her own field of expertise and by misquoting research and literature so that it appeared to support her opinion when it did not.It said her expert reports supported "meretricious appeals, giving false hopes to parents" in "very serious cases, based on a highly controversial subject and with great public interest".It stated: "Your deliberately misleading and dishonest evidence in court had the potential to subvert the course of justice." Earlier this month the tribunal had ruled that Dr Squier had her fitness to practice impaired.It said the evidence she gave in cases where parents were accused of killing their children was irresponsible.