The Quest To Hold The Mormon Church Accountable In Sex Abuse Cases

By Max Stendahl | July 8, 2016, 5:16 PM EDT

Victim advocates argue that the Mormon church uses its broad legal protections and enormous clout to keep sexual abuse claims at bay, but the church says it faces relatively few lawsuits, mostly involving non-clergy members, and that it is often targeted only for its deep pockets.

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