Boy Scouts files for bankruptcy to put sex-abuse lawsuits on hold Century-old American organisation seeks protection in hopes of working out a victim compensation plan. But in May, The Associated Press reported attorneys for abuse victims identified multiple cases in which known sex abusers were allowed to return to leadership posts. The Boy Scouts of America has filed for bankruptcy protection following hundreds of sex-abuse lawsuits in hopes of working out a victim compensation plan that will allow the year-old organisation to carry on. Sign up for our Newsletter. According to a court deposition, the files as of January listed 7, suspected abusers and 12, victims. US Boy Scouts scandal: Over 12, children sexually abused Tens of lawyers in the United States are seeking settlements on behalf of several thousand men who say they were molested as scouts by scoutmasters or other leaders decades ago but are only now eligible to sue because of recent changes in their states' statute-of-limitations laws.
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