Several of the dozens of accusers, all now adults, fear their pictures are possibly available decades later as child pornography.
“Finding these photos is critical for our clients,” said attorney Michael Pfau, whose Seattle-based law firm represents some of the alleged victims. “Hopefully the hospital can do the right thing and accelerate the investigation.”
Archibald, who died in 2007, worked as an endocrinologist specializing in childhood growth. His victims charge the doctor used his position at the hospital to fondle, masturbate and photograph the genitals of his patients – most of them young and male.