TRIGGER WARNING: Mentions of Sexual Assault, Rape, Child Abuse

Join John and Gerardo as they interview attorney Tim Kosnoff about the relationship between the Boy Scouts of America abuse epidemic and the Mormon church.

Tim Kosnoff is a US attorney who has spent the last two decades representing victims of abuse.

His introduction to the LDS Church and their lawyers was when he represented Jeremiah Scott who was sexually abused by a serial paedophile Frank Curtis. His work, in this case, appears in Lisa Davis’ legal thriller, The Sins of Brother Curtis.  This case has led to a practice in which he has come to represent over 150 Mormon abuse victims bringing him face to face with the Mormon law machine repeatedly.


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  1. Lance August 16, 2022 at 10:58 am - Reply

    Having a son in the Young Men’s program during the time the church discontinued Scouting I noticed a general decline in the Young Men’s program. There seemed to be no forethought into the cancellation of the program. Just a few years before there were videos of President Monson promoting Scouting, and proclaiming the everlasting bond between Scouts and the Church. They discontinued scouting so abruptly there was not a program developed to replace it. General confusion seemed to surround the young men. Leaders did not know what to do with the kids, and there was a general aimlessness. I assume that the lag between cancelling the only program the young men had and developing a tradition around something new had a serious impact on the likelihood of boys going on to serve missions.

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