Judge slams Larry Nassar for complaint about listening to victims' stories

Judge slams Larry Nassar for complaint about listening to victims' stories

Judge slams Larry Nassar for complaint about listening to victims' stories

"I didn't know anything about Larry Nassar, while my family is into sports, while they're watching the Olympics, I am working, I teach at two law schools, a number of classes, I have five children", she said.

"Included shall be the 125 victims who have reported the assaults to Michigan State University Police Department and the other victims who have been identified on the people's list", she read.

Nassar was a doctor at Michigan State University and USA Gymnastics, which trains Olympians. "We have the power now".

As USA Gymnastics developed into a global juggernaut, dominating Olympic competition, the ranch was credited for helping churn out some of the greatest gymnasts of all time. Michigan State President Lou Anna Simon attended part of the session Wednesday. Women say he provided encouraging words after a day of demanding coaching, candy that was otherwise banned and of course one-on-one treatments for injuries that were actually assaults.

"I don't need the media to be focused on me; they're clearly focused on you and your acts, and they are bad acts that you pled to", Aquilina told Nassar Thursday. And she reacted to Nassar's complaint with mild bemusement at certain points, and fiery incredulity at others.

Some experts believe the judge's comments could create an issue for appeal after Nassar is sentenced.

The stress of the statements is all too much for ... him.

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In her victim impact statement read aloud by Assistant Attorney General Angela Povilaitis during Nassar's sentencing Thursday, Maroney recalled the birth of her Olympic aspirations and love for gymnastics - which would later be muddied by the former doctor's ongoing abuse.

On Jan. 31, Nassar will get another sentence for sexual assaults at a Lansing-area gymnastics club in a different county. "No one should have to go back there after so many of us were abused there", she said.

Judge Rosemarie Aquilina has listened to more than 60 victims this week, but there are more to come Friday.

"We have cancelled next week's training camp for the U.S. Women's National Team".

Nassar claimed in the letter that he passed out twice before his sentencing hearing began, so Aquilina promised EMTs and mental health officials would be on alert should something happen to him.

"Writing this mumbo jumbo doesn't help you sir", she said.

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