Boy Scouts to release reports on child molestation
The Boy Scouts of America is just days away from releasing reports on possible child molestation within the troops.
The cases being released are between thirty and fifty years old.
The BSA president recently spoke out saying this kind of thing does not happen there anymore.
Since 2008, all volunteers and employees of the Scouts go through a computerized background check program.
"I am convinced that this organization has a firm and everlasting deep commitment to youth protection,"
The Oregon Supreme Court is forcing the release of these documents after the BSA lost their case in court.