Louisville police and county attorneys accused of hiding records in sex abuse case

Midwest

CHICAGO (NewsNation Now) — The Louisville Courier Journal reports the Louisville police and the county attorney’s office hid at least 738,000 records documenting abuse of Explorer Scouts by two police officers and then they lied to keep the files from the public. Explorer Scouts is a program that introduces young people to law enforcement.

NewsNation’s Joe Donlon talks more about this case with the news director for the Louisville Courier, Mike Trump.

Watch the full discussion in the player above.

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