For generations of New Mexican families, the Boy Scouts were seen as a safe harbor to develop the character, morality and skills necessary for a lifetime of civic duty. For many, the Scouts failed to live up to their high ideals and the leaders they sheltered were wolves in sheep's clothing. Countless New Mexican boys were subjected to sexual abuse by Scout leaders. For too many, justice has long been delayed and many perpetrators took advantage of the difficulties survivors face coming forward to avoid liability during their own lifetimes. Rothstein Donatelli continues to fight for justice for those wronged by the organizations that allowed abuse to happen, no matter how long it takes.
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