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Eddie Rodriguez New York Scout Leader

Crew Janci Representing Victims of Abuse by New York Scout Leader Eddie Rodriguez

Did You Know Scout Leader Eddie Rodriguez?

Edward A. Rodriguez was a Scoutmaster for Troop 739 based in Brooklyn in approximately 1964 – 1966.  Rodriguez also may have had leadership positions with Troop 86, Troop 369, and Troop 384.  Rodriguez also served as a Scout Leader at Ten Mile River Scout Camps.

The Boy Scouts of America created a secret “perversion file” on Eddie Rodriguez in 1964 after Rodriguez admitted to sexual abuse (“immoral relations”) with three boys under 15 years old.  The Scout’s secret file notes that the abuse “occurred more than once and in the case of [one] boy, over a long period of time.”  In removing Rodriguez, the Boy Scouts went “so far as to concoct a reason why Ed Rodriguez left the troop.”

Read the Perversion File on Edward Rodriguez

Rodriguez may have also been associated with St. Agnes Catholic Church (Brooklyn) and Holy Trinity Episcopal Church (Inwood/Northern Manhattan).

Anyone with information about Rodriguez or abuse in Scouting should contact us confidentially at 1-888-407-0224 or by using our online form.

ABOUT US:  Crew Janci LLP is a law firm dedicated to advocating for victims of sexual abuse.  Our attorneys were part of the victim’s legal team that took the Boy Scouts to trial in 2010 and won a $19.9 Million verdict against the Boy Scouts.  Our case forced the first ever public release of many of the Boy Scouts’ secret files.  Since then, we have represented over 100 victims of abuse in Scouting across the United State.  New York recently enacted a new law — the Child Victims Act — that allows victims of child sexual abuse in the state of New York to bring claims during a one-year “window” period (which opens in August 2019).  Crew Janci LLP has associated with local counsel in New York to represent victims of abuse in Scouting and other youth-serving organizations.  If you or someone you know has been a victim of abuse in Scouting, contact us today for a free confidential consultation.  You are not alone.  We are here to help.

Peter Janci

Peter has represented more than one hundred victims of sexual abuse over nearly a decade. In Spring of 2010, Peter Janci served as part of the Plaintiff’s trial team in Kerry Lewis v. Boy Scouts of America — a child sexual abuse trial in Portland, Oregon that resulted in a $19.9 million verdict for the Plaintiff. Peter has tried a number of jury and bench trials, in addition to representing clients at arbitration and meditation. Peter has also helped obtain dozens of other significant settlements for other survivors of sexual abuse.