More Than 1,200 Boy Scout Files on Alleged Molesters Released Online

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Earlier today, some 1,247 Confidential Files on people banned from the Boy Scouts of America for alleged sexual misconduct with children from 1965-85 were put online in fulfillment of a court order in Oregon. Their release comes a week after a Seattle attorney released a database that describes nearly 2,000 abuse cases in the BSA from 1971-91.

For complete coverage and analysis, visit Youth Today, featuring in-depth reporting from Patrick Boyle, the author of Scouts’ Honor: Sexual Abuse in America’s Most Trusted Institution and a former editor of Youth Today.

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