Those Abused by a Mormon Clergymember are Encouraged to Come Forward

Those Abused by a Mormon Clergymember are Encouraged to Come Forward

Victims who suffered abuse at the hands of a leader in the Mormon church are encouraged to come forward.


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why victims are coming forward

Multiple outlets have long showcased the extensive abuse that took place within the Mormon church. many of the leaders in the church knew of the abuse, yet continued to take part in widespread cover-ups in order to limit police involvement.

In many instances, church abuse victims were directed to the church's law firm instead of reporting the allegations to the police.

those that have been victimized by a member of the church are encouraged to come forward and receive a 100% free legal case review with a qualified attorney.

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Mormon abuse news updates


More current and former members of the church begin to come forward to hold the organization accountable for failing to protect them against dangerous leaders.


An Australian court sentenced Darran Scott to 10 years in prison for abusing young boys, many of whom he met while he was a Mormon leader.


Two men filed suit against the church alleging they had been abused from 1986 to 1988 on a church-owned pineapple farm.


The LDS church paid a $3 million settlement to Jeremiah Scott after a lawsuit was filed in 1998 against the church for a cover-up relating to abuse.

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