FILE - This April 8, 2010 file photo shows Kelly Clark, attorney for the Portland man who filed a sex abuse lawsuit against the Boy Scouts of America, using a chart during his closing statements in the Multnomah County Courthouse in Portland, Ore. The Boy Scouts of America plan to begin doing what critics argue they should have done decades ago _ bring suspected abusers named in the organization’s so-called perversion files to the attention of police departments and sheriff’s offices across the country. (AP Photo/The Oregonian, Brent Wojahn, Pool, File)

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FILE - This April 8, 2010 file photo shows Kelly Clark, attorney for the Portland man who filed a sex abuse lawsuit against the Boy Scouts of America, using a chart during his closing statements in the Multnomah County Courthouse in Portland, Ore. The Boy Scouts of America plan to begin doing what critics argue they should have done decades ago _ bring suspected abusers named in the organization’s so-called perversion files to the attention of police departments and sheriff’s offices across the country. (AP Photo/The Oregonian, Brent Wojahn, Pool, File)
FILE - This April 8, 2010 file photo shows Kelly Clark, attorney for the Portland man who filed a sex abuse lawsuit against the Boy Scouts of America, using a chart during his closing statements in the Multnomah County Courthouse in Portland, Ore. The Boy Scouts of America plan to begin doing what critics argue they should have done decades ago _ bring suspected abusers named in the organization’s so-called perversion files to the attention of police departments and sheriff’s offices across the country. (AP Photo/The Oregonian, Brent Wojahn, Pool, File)
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