(MOBILE, Ala.) Thousands of files from the Boy Scouts of America were made public Thursday.
Nearly 15,000 pages of the "Perversion Files" outline a history of alleged abuse and even some cover-ups of abuse.
The Oregon Supreme Court ordered the files be made public, after a scout master there was convicted of abuse. Oregon attorney Kelly Clark is the person behind getting the list made public. He spent months redacting the names of the accusers, but says these incidents and the names of the suspects should have been made public long before now.
The files date back to the 1950's.
So far, the files show ten people were dismissed from the organization or declared ineligible by the group in the Mobile area.
The list of locations where the allegations occurred in the area include Fort Walton Beach, Pensacola, Biloxi, Mobile, and Theodore.