The Boy Scouts of America’s process of dealing with decades of sexual abuse allegations has entered a new phase. Now that the deadline for abuse survivors to file claims has passed, the organization will work with a bankruptcy judge to form a victims compensation fund. As membership drops, survivors say they want overdue justice. John Yang talks to Tim Kosnoff, an attorney representing survivors.
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