Victims Abused by a Mormon Clergymember are Encouraged to Come Forward

Victims Abused by a Mormon Clergymember are Encouraged to Come Forward

those who have suffered from abuse within the church can now receive a 100% free legal case review.


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why former church members are coming forward

many former members of the Mormon church have come forward in recent years to raise awareness of serious instances of abuse that took place within the church. many victims allege that high ranking church officials knew of the abuse taking place, yet attempted to cover up all instances of abuse.

the church also set up a "hotline" for victims to call in regards to abuse. however, the hotline often led the victims to the church's legal firm in order to discourage victims from going to the authorities.

those that have been victims of abuse at the Mormon church may be entitled to compensation. receiving a legal case review is 100% free and comes with no obligation.

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The church in the news

November 2020

many of the first victims begin to file legal claims against the church for failing to protect them.

October 2017

Darran Scott was sentenced to 10 years in prison for abusing young boys while he served as a Mormon leader.

August 2017

Erik Hughes, a former LDS church bishop, pleads guilty to abusing two teenage boys in utah.

January 2014

Two men filed suit against the church alleging they had been abused from 1986 to 1988 on a church-owned pineapple farm.

March 2010

Lon Kennard, a former LDS church bishop, was charged with 43 felony counts of abuse and exploitation.

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