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By Michael P. Orsi
Edward Snowden should declare his patriotism in court
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Timur Dykes
The Oregon Supreme Court has approved the release of 20,000 pages of so-called "perversion files" compiled by the Boy Scouts of America on suspected child molesters within the organization for more than 20 years, giving the public its first chance to review the records.
Six men who claimed they were sexually abused by an Oregon Boy Scouts leader in the 1980s have settled their lawsuits against the group's national organization for undisclosed amounts, the plaintiffs' attorney said Wednesday.
"This is a great day for Kerry Lewis and for all these men," he said.
After the jury's verdict, the Boy Scouts of America still faced lawsuits from five other men who alleged Dykes molested them.