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  • Clark, who won a landmark court decision forcing the Boy Scouts of America to release its "perversion files" on suspected child molesters in the organization, died Tuesday, Dec. 14, 2013, of cancer-related causes at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota, said Paul Mones, his co-counsel in the Boy Scouts case.

  • Clark, who won a landmark court decision forcing the Boy Scouts of America to release its "perversion files" on suspected child molesters in the organization, died Tuesday, Dec. 17, 2013, of cancer-related causes at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota, said Paul Mones, his co-counsel in the Boy Scouts case.

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