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Portland attorney Kelly Clark holds a letter at an Oct., 18, 2012, press conference in Portland, Ore., to the U.S. Congress regarding some of the 14,500 pages of previously confidential documents created by the Boy Scouts of America concerning child sexual abuse within the organization. The documents were publicly released despite The Boy Scouts' fight to keep those files confidential. (Associated Press)
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Portland attorney Kelly Clark holds a letter at an Oct., 18, 2012, press conference in Portland, Ore., to the U.S. Congress regarding some of the 14,500 pages of previously confidential documents created by the Boy Scouts of America concerning child sexual abuse within the organization. The documents were publicly released despite The Boy Scouts' fight to keep those files confidential. (Associated Press)

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