Victims of the mormon church are encouraged to come forward

Victims of the mormon church are encouraged to come forward

those that were abused by a member of the Mormon church are encouraged to come forward.



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Why victims are filing individual claims against the church

New reports are now surfacing showcasing the extensive abuse that took place within the Mormon church. Senior church members are now accused of failing to report instances of abuse to the authorities.

Thousands of victims over the course of decades are believed to have been abused by a member of the church. The church also set up an abuse hotline that was designed to keep victims quiet and discourage them from going to the authorities.

Victims who were abused by a member of the Mormon church are encouraged to come forward and receive a 100% free legal case review.

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mormon church abuse news updates


as awareness spreads, thousands of victims begin to come forward and file individual claims for compensation.


A former leader in the church was sentenced to 10 years in prison for abusing young boys he met while serving as a leader in the Mormon church.


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


A suit was filed against the church by two men who claimed they were abused while working on a church-owned pineapple farm.

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