Simone Biles thanks judge who sentenced Nassar

Simone Biles thanks judge who sentenced Nassar

Simone Biles thanks judge who sentenced Nassar

This is gymnast Kaylee Lorincz testifying on the final day of Dr. Nassar's sentencing hearing about the complicity of Michigan State University and USA Gymnastics.

"At the Olympics you block out everything", she said. "As president, it is only natural that I am the focus of this anger", Simon said in her resignation letter. I nearly passed out.

Before serving the MI sentence, the 54-year-old Nassar must first serve a 60-year federal sentence for child pornography crimes. "Even since then, I still don't feel good now".

The courtroom in the state of MI erupted into applause as Nassar was escorted out following Judge Rosemarie Aquilina's sentenced Nassar to between 40 to 175 years. "But I'm very, very exhausted from it".

"You don't get it", she told the former doctor. According to The New York Times, Aly had this to say, "Imagine feeling like you have no power or voice. It was insane. I did not expect that at all".

"Collectively, the accounts show MSU missed multiple opportunities over two decades to stop Nassar, a graduate of its osteopathic medical school who became a renowned doctor but went on to molest scores of girls and women under the guise of treating them for pain", Kozlowski wrote.

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"It has become clear that the leadership at Michigan State University has failed to adequately prevent, address or respond to the victimization of young women and girls on its campus, and the crisis at MSU continues despite today's verdict", Peters said in a statement.

"You lied to me and manipulated me to think when you treated me you were closing your eyes because you had been working hard".

"Creating a culture where predators like Larry and so many others in the organization, up to the highest level coaches were able to sexually abuse children, including our Olympians without any fear of being caught", she said.

Rachel Denhollander was the last of some 160 women to tell their tragic and heart-wrenching stories of how Larry Nassar stole their innocence.

In her statement, Raisman called for an independent investigation "to figure out exactly how this disaster happened".

Hopefully no one will forget what happened, but numerous women who spoke at Nassar's sentencing have now been empowered to make sure no one will ever forget, and to prevent something like this from ever happening again.

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