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BSA is likely one of the largest youth nonprofits within the US, with tens of millions of members

The Boy Scouts of America have filed for chapter safety in a transfer that the group says will permit it to construct a compensation fund for intercourse abuse victims.

The transfer follows various lawsuits filed in opposition to the organisation over claims of sexual abuse, alleging it failed to forestall a whole lot of instances.

Because of the transfer, all civil lawsuits in opposition to it are placed on maintain.

The group is fighting declining membership and intercourse abuse settlements.

Boy Scouts accused of failing to forestall intercourse abuse

“The BSA cares deeply about all victims of abuse and sincerely apologises to anybody who was harmed throughout their time in scouting,” chief govt Roger Mosby stated in a press release.

BSA is likely one of the largest youth non-profit organisations within the US, with tens of millions of members. The group has confronted quite a few intercourse abuse lawsuits over the a long time.

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