Child sex abuse victim says scoutmaster sexually abused him for two years in the ’60s

BUFFALO, N.Y. — A man who said he was sexually abused by a scoutmaster in the ’60s is one of the people who filed a lawsuit against the Boy Scouts of America and the Greater Niagara Frontier Council.

Michael Schall said by coming forward he is advocating for his younger self, someone who had no voice at the time.

Schall’s Attorney, Mike Pfau said the Boy Scouts at the time knew about thousands of perpetrators in their ranks, and that no local authorities or parents were made aware.

“What chose to do is keep secret files, they call them the perversion files or ineligible volunteer files,” said Pfau.

Those files contain a list of named of adult leaders accused or criminally convicted of abusing child scouts.


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