Michigan AG announces charges against former scoutmaster
Last year, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel began asking people who survived "abuse at the hands of the Boy Scouts" to report the allegations to her office. That investigation has so far netted 5,000 claims.
Nessel says her department has resources available for anyone who comes forward.
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The Boy Scouts of America says safety is its top priority and that it has implemented multiple safeguards to prevent future abuse from taking place.
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