Help for mormon church abuse victims

Help for mormon church abuse victims

Those abuse by a member of the Mormon church are encouraged to come forward.


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Current allegations against the mormon church

victims allege that many high-ranking members in the Mormon church took part in widespread cover-ups aimed at burying instances of abuse that took place within the church.

to help suppress victims even more, the church set up a "hotline" for victims to call. however, the"hotline" led victims to the church's law firm, which directed them not to report any cases of abuse to the police.

church officials knew of the abuse yet did not do anything to stop it. those that have been victimized by a member of the church are encouraged to come forward and receive a 100% free legal case review with a qualified attorney.


the mormon church in the news

November 2020

More current and former members of the church begin to come forward to hold the organization accountable for failing to protect them against dangerous leaders.

October 2017

An Australian court sentenced Darran Scott to 10 years in prison for abusing young boys, many of whom he met while he was a Mormon leader.

August 2017

A former LDS Church bishop Erik Hughes pleaded guilty to abusing two teenage boys in his congregation 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.

april 2001

The LDS church paid a $3 million settlement to Jeremiah Scott after a lawsuit was filed in 1998 against the church for a cover-up relating to abuse.

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