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On one level, the story of Ron Hunter – Ronnie in his teenage years – is just a grain of sand in a vast mountain of abuse.
Now aged 63, he is one of more than 80,000 men who have made bankruptcy claims against the Boy Scouts of America on grounds they were violated by troop leaders in incidents spanning decades. It is the largest case of child sexual abuse involving a single organization in US history.

Amid that epic mass of suffering, Hunter stands out. Not just because of the severity of the abuse that he endured, or its longevity. But also because of his determination to speak out, to tell his story, in order to advance his own healing and to ensure that others are spared his ordeal.

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- Abused By Boy Scouts Assistant Scoutmaster, Carlos Acevedo aka Charlie
- Was in a "now defunct local Scouts chapter in Brooklyn", Troop 351
- Ron Hunter was chosen to take part in the 2010 Oprah episode "200 Men" that dealt with male childhood sexual abuse.
- Wrote his book: "Angel Finally Found his Wings: A True Story of Finding Trust, Hope, Faith, and the Power of Love"