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On my Honor - Documentary on BSA Sex Abuse Scandal

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1 hour ago, ThenNow said:

There's a third option, not at all volitional.

Perhaps that's the most important lesson.  There is no formula, no system or predictability.  Our own individual treatments are as individual and varied as we are.  So too will be the solution for Scouting.  No rule or rules.  No edict or pronouncement.  A whole host of measures and actions and nothing short of cultural change and perseverance from to top to the bottom of the organization informed now and forever by what happened and reminders of it so no one ever forgets and as the ways that abusers change an ever-present philosophy of tirelessness to predict and react and stop it.

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