Chapter 11 announced - Part 3 - BSA's Toggle Plan in Issues & Politics Posted April 14 https://www.oregonlive.com/portland/2012/10/boy_scout_perversion_files_off.html For a background on why were are here in bankruptcy, this case is likely the one many will point to. One question I would have is on a case by case bases ... who knew what & when and how quickly did they act. That should determine liability regardless of any systemic issue. The second question ... should the BSA have recognized, through their massive file system and decades of reports, that there was an epidemic of sex abusers within the BSA ranks. Should they have seen that simply removing and keeping leaders removed, after the fact, was no longer sufficient. If they should have realized there was an epidemic of sex abuse, then I agree they are liable for ALL cases. I think many claimants would state that BSA should have realized they had a systemic problem and fixed it proactively (perhaps we better vetting, random checks, etc.). So ... my question ... did the leaders within BSA know (or should have known), at some point, that they had a problem but the solutions were too painful so they didn't implement change? To me, that is the $10B question. If that answer is yes, then we deserve the losses. Unfortunately, our court system isn't great at working these out at a reasonable cost, so we are in bankruptcy. All we are left to settle on is how much & when.