The one-year window Montana lawmakers opened to give child sex abuse survivors a chance to bring old claims is closing soon, and a flurry of lawsuits is hitting the courts.
[Picture above: The Melita Island Boy Scout camp in Flathead Lake is owned by the Montana council of Scouts and could be worth as much as $12 million. Victims of sexual abuse while Scouts believe assets like Melita Island could be used to help compensate abuse survivors.]
Source. Helena Independent Record: Montana sees flurry of child sex abuse lawsuits as deadline approaches