Lawsuit Claims Moose Lodge CEO Sexually Abused 12-Year-Old Boy [DOC]

Published:9:52 am EDT, December 13, 2012| Updated:10:42 am EDT, December 13, 2012|
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Moose International CEO William B. Airey has been accused of sexual abuse against a 12-year-old boy in a lawsuit from the now-adult alleged victim, Jason Peck.

The alleged abuse occurred in 1980.

From the complaint:

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Airey, 71, of Aurora, Illinois, is CEO and director general of Moose International and the Loyal Order of the Moose.

According to mooseintl.org, the order "is a fraternal and service organization founded in 1888, with nearly 800,000 men in roughly 1,800 Lodges, in all 50 states and four Canadian provinces, plus Great Britain and Bermuda."

From the Loyal Order of the Moose information book:

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Famous Moose members include U.S. presidents Harry Truman, Franklin Roosevelt, Theodore Roosevelt and Warren G. Harding; actors Ernest Borgnine and James Stewart; Henry Ford; and sports greats Cal Ripken Sr., Rocky Marciano, Gale Sayers, Arnold Palmer, Larry Bird and Manute Bol.

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