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Release of so-called 'perversion files' sends shockwave through Boy Scouts organization




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Yesterday more than 14,000 pages from the organizations so called "Perversion files" were released to the public. These files reveal the names of suspected child molesters who worked in the organization dating back to the 70s.

In many cases these people were never reported to the police or charged with a crime. Jason Felch has been following this story for the Los Angeles Times and he joins us now in studio.

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