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Boy Scout records reveal local cases

Abusers shielded under past policy

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The parents of the boy who joined Paul Bohrer on a Boy Scouts outing to Lake Placid in November 1974 had no reason to think their son was in any danger. The 40-year-old Troy man was chapter adviser to the Order of the Arrow and chairman of the High Adventure Committee of the Governor Clinton Council. Bohrer was also a respected member of the Troy community — an assistant fire chief and a member of ...

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