Monday, October 22, 2012

Boy Scouts perversion files

 Portland attorney Kelly Clark
examines some of the 14,500 pages
of previously confidential documents
 created by the 
Boy Scouts of America
 concerning child sexual abuse
 within the organization, in preparation
 for releasing the documents Thursday,
Oct. 18, in his office in Portland, Ore.
(AP Photo)
The Oregon Supreme Court ordered 14,500 pages of files previously kept confidential by the Boy Scouts of America open to the public since they were used in a court case brought by a man who was molested by an assistant scoutmaster. The documents are only a portion of files kept by the Scouts on those suspected to be or known to be child molesters.

The documents were made searchable by several newspapers. Follow the link to search the database available on the San Jose Mercury News website.

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