Released Files Detail Alleged Abuse in Boy Scouts

More than 14,000 pages revealing the alleged abuse reported within the Boy Scouts of America were finally released to the public today as the organization apologized for failing to protect children and punish the adults who had preyed on them. "They didn't call law [enforcement]," said Kelly Clark, a Portland, Ore., attorney who won a lawsuit against the organization in 2010. "They didn't tell parents that 'We have this problem.'" The documents were shown to jurors in the 2010 court...Full Story
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