"Scouts' Honor" tells the story that the Boy Scouts did not want you to read: How the Grand Teton Council leaders ignored multiple warnings and hired a pedophile to help lead a summer camp.

This series relies on public documents that two of Idaho's most powerful law firms tried to bury -- more than 1,000 pages, including sworn statements that spell out how the molester depended on church, family and Scout connections to get away with abusing at least two dozen boys from Idaho to Alaska.

Sick of being preyed on, a 14-year-old Scout forced Scout leaders to call police.

At least one Grand Teton Council board officer knew Brad Stowell had a problem.

Experts disagree, widely, whether it was certain that Stowell would strike again.

After the molester was caught, what did Grand Teton Council leaders decide to change?

Where are the key Scout officials and other players today?

What should you do if you think you, your child or a friend was in harm's way?

March 11, 2005

Secret Boy Scout case opened

Leaders: Telling parents about molester would 'open old wounds'

April 6, 2005

Stowell faces probation hearing

Former Boy Scouts leader allegedly violated his probation for interacting with children and viewing pornography

April 26, 2005

Stowell sentenced to prison

Man who admitted molesting boys gets 2 to 14 years for probation violation

May 05, 2005

Scouts whistleblower honored

Police and sheriff's office recognize Adam Steed for his service to the community

July 13, 2005

Scout case 'not found'

Court records show fourth pedophile led several Boy Scouts outings

March 14, 2006

Abuse bill now law

As of Monday, Idaho no longer has a statute of limitations on child sex abuse

July 03, 2005



March 6, 2005

A true story of a Scout in action

Denying the obvious

March 11, 2005

A hypocrite plays his games

March 13, 2005

The judgment

May 01, 2005

Seven years later

July 14, 2005

And then there were four

March 6, 2005

A Boy Scout to the end -- Mary Beckman

March 9, 2005

Scouts Honor was a disservice -- Mary Haley

March 10, 2005

When warnings go unheeded -- Richard Scarborough

March 2, 2005

Stowell's a changed man -- Robbie Sleight

Subscription canceled -- Glen Briscoe

March 6, 2005

Real journalism -- Francie Johnson

A wolf in the coop -- Dave Forrest

Think about the victims -- Trimelds C. McDaniels

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