Andrew Wolfson and Phillip M. Bailey Louisville Courier Journal Published 11:09 p.m. UTC Aug 15, 2018 A federal judge disclosed Wednesday the names of four additional police officers who are defendants in lawsuits filed by former Explorer Scouts who say they were sexually abused by Louisville cops in the program. The newly identified defendants are accused of negligent training and supervision rather than sexual misconduct. U.S. District Court Judge Rebecca Grady Jennings identified Matthew Gelhausen, Paul Brandon Paris, Julie Schmidt and Casey Scott as additional defendants in a 15-page ruling that ordered five lawsuits unsealed. The first two officers work for Louisville Metro Police Department while the third, a former Explorer, is an officer on the Richmond police force. Schmidt, a former adviser in the program, has since retired from the LMPD. Previously: Louisville Metro Council grills attorney on review of Explorer sex investigation Ordering the suits opened, Jennings said neither the plaintiffs nor the defense had made the required showing to overcome the “strong presumption in favor of public access to federal court records.” The order doesn’t take affect for 15 days, however, so the suits were not immediately available for inspection and the precise allegations against the additional defendants could not be determined….