Attorneys preparing lawsuits cite 12,000 cases of sex abuse in Boy Scouts | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Attorneys preparing lawsuits cite 12,000 cases of sex abuse in Boy Scouts

Attorneys have identified more than 180 people with the Boy Scouts of America in New York and New Jersey accused of sexually abusing children over many years.

Jeff Anderson & Associates told reporters Tuesday in both states some of the scout leaders abused children in their care virtually unchecked. Attorneys in Manhattan said 130 leaders from New York City and the Hudson Valley were involved in abuse, while 52 were identified in New Jersey.

Jeff Anderson accused the Boy Scouts of shielding the names of more than 7,800 adults involved nationwide and said his firm is planning legal action.

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