Larry Nassar moved to federal prison

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Victim and former gymnast Aly Raisman sits after speaking at the sentencing hearing for Larry Nassar, who pleaded guilty in November 2017 to sexual assault charges, in Lansing, Michigan January 19, 2018.

In simpler terms, Nassar is set to spend the rest of his life behind bars.

In 2014, Strampel ordered Nassar to have another medical staffer in the room when providing treatment to "anything close to a sensitive area".

During victim testimonies in court, numerous women who confronted Nassar, including Raisman, also took U.S.A. Gymnastics to task for turning a blind eye to his misconduct.

Strampel and Mukherji were questioned during a law enforcement investigation that sought to determine if anyone else at Michigan State was responsible for failing to stop Nassar from sexually assaulting women on the school's campus.

During Nassar's sentencing hearings, athletes claimed Geddert was physically abusive, was indifferent to injuries and forced them to see Nassar.

With all respect to the power of the printed (and pixelated) word, this might never have happened if coverage had been limited to the stories produced by the journalists who covered the proceedings,"Jeffrey Toobin, an attorney and commentator for The New Yorker recently wrote".

Larry Nassar moved to federal prison

Five years later, Nassar was finally caught. "[The donation] allows us to continue to do the great work that we do here and provide essential services to children who are survivors of very unfortunate circumstances", said Alex Brace, executive director of Small Talk Children's Assessment Center. "And one of my teammates described in graphic detail what Nassar had done to her the night before".

She said she did not know if Mr Geddert acted on the allegations, but that "he didn't ask us any questions" after the conversation in the vehicle in 2011.

Here is a video of this interview.

One of the women who stood up to speak against Nassar was two-time Olympic gold medalist, Aly Raisman.

On that date he will begin serving his 40-175 year Ingham County sentence. Donors were given the opportunity to request a refund by March 9 or have their donation given to local MI charities, including Small Talk, RAVE, the Firecracker Foundation and others helping victims of abuse.

Randy Margraves, the father who tried to tackle Larry Nassar in court last week, said he will donate over $31,000 raised in a GoFundMe account to charity.

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