“Kosnoff would like to push the Boy Scouts to list the names of the men his clients have accused in a public database.”
Why his clients are doing their accusing in a public database, instead of on Facebook, I’ll never know.
Who reads public databases these days?
If you happen to be one of those people, and you come across a list of men accused by Kosnoff clients, you’ll know Kosnoff got his way.
(The real problem here — other than the Boy Scouts’ problem — is that there are nine words between the verb, “list,” and the phrase modifying it, “in a public database.” When you finally get to the database, you look back at the most recent verb, and it’s “have accused.” So who could castigate you for not knowing which sinner to blame, and when, and where? Start with the writer. And the editor.)