Aly Raisman: Olympic Coach Knew About Larry Nassar's Abuse

Faith Castro
February 11, 2018

As for the rest of the world, what we know is there have been 70 statements made to Nassar about his actions, with at least 50 more waiting on their time to show their demon how strong they are. She was part of the team that broke the story of Nassar.

Outside of this trial, Nassar already has another sentence of 60 years in prison for federal child pornography charges.

The event via Skype is on February 22 at 5 p.m.at the Point Park Center for Media Innovation at Point Park University. "I was embarrassed", he said.

USA Gymnastics President Kerry Perry says they want to provide financial support for girls and young women to access counseling and mental health services. "Further, allegations have arisen that question whether his personal conduct over a long period of time met MSU's standards".

"Michigan State University, the school I loved and trusted, had the audacity to tell me that I did not understand the difference between sexual assault and a medical procedure", Thomashow stated.

"We were honored to ensure each and every one of these women had a platform for their voice to be heard", said Rachel Stockman, Editor-in-Chief of Law & Crime Network.

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Strampel took over as the College of Osteopathic Medicine's leader in 2002.

Strampel stepped down from his post in December, citing medical reasons, but planned to continue as a member of the faculty. A faculty hearing committee will have to agree to remove Strampel's tenure before he can officially be terminated.

A third committee in Congress is launching an investigation into the Larry Nassar scandal. Speaking to Nassar after reading the letter, Aquilia said "You still don't get it..." He called an Indianapolis Star article that included the first public accusations against Nassar the "cherry on the cake of my day" in a note to a fellow administrator.

The move is in response to Strampel's failure to monitor and enforce clinical practice guidelines put in place for Nassar following a 2014 sexual harassment investigation, according to a memo from Carol Viventi, who Engler appointed last week as his vice president and special counsel.

Strampel is listed as a co-defendant in civil lawsuits related to Nassar's abuse.

Strampel, who supported Nassar after the Indianapolis Star broke news of the former USA Gymnastics team doctor's misconduct, is now a target of several lawsuits by the disgraced doctor's victims.

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