“The LDS Church has long had a highly effective approach for preventing and responding to abuse. In fact, no religious organization has done more. Although no one system is perfect and no single program will work with every organization, the LDS Church’s approach is the gold standard.”
– Von G. Keetch, chief outside legal counsel for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Deseret News, Jun 5, 2010
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Protecting Members and Reporting Abuse
Seven years of sex abuse: How Mormon officials let it happen
Keith Kenneth Bergstresser Jr.
Joseph L. Bishop, former MTC president
Paul Burdick, former bishop
Michael James Clay, former BYU professor
Michael Adam Davis
Todd Mitchell Edwards, former bishop
Francis Heber Fuller, former bishop
Timothy Jame Hallows, former bishop
Jeffrey Byron Head, former bishop
Lon Kennard Sr., former bishop
Carl Johnson, former bishop
Timothy McCleve, former bishop
Gerald E. Mortimer, former LDS Temple president
David Moss, former bishop
Michael J. Pratt, former LDS seminary principal
Keith Vallejo, former bishop
Do higher LDS priesthood leader bear any Command Responsibility when lower leaders under their authority commit sexual abuse or other forms of unrighteous dominion?
What is gained by cover-ups of sexual abuse?
Other Notable Crimes
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