Matt Symth of California had to come face to face with high school secret that came knocking at the front door of his home located in Fallbrook. The detectives of the sheriffs in plainclothes were investigating on the matters that the former assistant scoutmaster of Symth, who had chaperoned various camp-outs, driven the boys to the Scout Meetings, and hosted several outings of fishing on his pastoral property, was molesting several boys.
When Smyth shared his part of the story about being a victim to such an incident, it left his parents bewildered. However, the bombshell remained the closed walls of the house for decades. The investigators eventually had stopped investigating the matters, and the case came to cease.
But, 40 years have passed to this incident, and now finally Smyth is ready to address the matter in court and accept a public reckoning.
Along with the 55-year-old, there are many other Californians who are all set to file a lawsuit for sexual abuse under the new law of the state that will permit the victims increased time to report about the abuse and take the much-needed legal action against the abuser.