What EXACTLY are you getting at? I am certain I never said that no one was ever falsely accused or falsely convicted... but what do those cases, ones where there was a huge public awareness and hysteria, and all of which happened in the 80's or early 90's, and the outcomes of which have done much to inform the way allegations of child sexual abuse are handled now... what do any of those cases of to do with a conviction in 2002 of charges against a single victim?
You are asking for evidence that it happens more than rarely... I gave it to you. I have nothing to say on this specific case because I have no clue what happened with it. I'd be more inclined to trust the conviction than what the person says.
I am just point out to everyone saying "false convictions hardly ever happen because it's hard to get a real conviction" that false convictions happen far more often then we would like to think.