The Boy Scouts of America is releasing the names of the suspected pedophiles they've been compiling for decades in an announcement today. The Scouts began keeping those files in 1910, but they have never made the names public.
Now a court order requires that they release the names and some of those names will include people who lived in or who are from Minnesota.
Paul Mones is co-counsel with the attorney who won the case against the Scouts in 2010. He joined The Daily Circuit from Oregon Wednesday to talk about today's disclosure.