$100 Million Judgment In Boy Scout Sexual Abuse Case In Kansas City
An attorney for a now 36-year-old Kansas City man hopes he can persuade prosecutors to file criminal charges against a former Boy Scout leader who was the subject of a $100 million civil judgment.
Last week, a Jackson County judge ruled in a civil case that the victim, identified only as “John Doe,” had been abused by his former Scout leader, Scott Alan Bradshaw.
The transcript of that case is expected to become public Monday when the plaintiff’s attorney, Randall Rhodes, offers it to Jackson County District Attorney Jean Peters Baker and the U.S. attorney in Kansas City.
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