Federal Judge to order LDS Church to disclose identity of second potential accuser
A federal judge says he will order The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to disclose the identity of a potential second accuser alleging rape at the Missionary Training Center.
It involves the high-profile lawsuit from McKenna Denson, who has accused former MTC President Joseph Bishop of sexually assaulting her in a room at the facility in 1984.
The Church acknowledges that a woman came forward in 2010, accusing Bishop of misconduct in 1986.
Judge Dustin Peal told Church attorneys he wants to know the identity of that person so he can determine whether those accusations are relevant to the Denson case.