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Over Two Dozen Teen Gymnasts Molested By Larry Nassar While FBI Sat On Case

After FBI offices in three cities were told in July of 2015 that sports doctor Lawrence "Larry" Nassar had been molesting elite gymnasts, the agency advised officials with the US Gymnastics team "not to discuss the case with anyone," before sitting on their hands for over a year - while dozens of girls continued to fall victim to the once-respected Doctor.

Nasser routinely gave his teenage victims highly inappropriate massages under the guise of providing legimiate therapy, with some as young as 12. 

Jane Doe is an Olympic medalist who claims she was sexually assaulted by Nassar from 1994 to 2000, from when she was 12 or 13 until she was 18. She is also suing USA Gymnastics and three of its past presidents, according to the Indianapolis Star. The lawsuit claims the organization was warned about Nassar and did not adequately address concerns about him.

In the lawsuit she accuses Nassar of “groping and fondling” her “vagina and anus.”

The lawsuit claims Nassar began “grooming” her in 1994 “under the guise of care, athletic training, osteopathy and kinesiology to normalize intimate, inappropriate and sexually abusive contact.”

She accuses Nassar of fondling and groping her “feet, ankles, thighs, buttocks, hips, waist, breast, arms, shoulders and neck” while claiming it was part of the treatment. -Heavy (July, 2016)

The New York Times identified "at least 27 girls and women who say Dr. Nassar molested them between July 2015, when he first fell under F.B.I. scrutiny, and September 2016, when he was exposed by an Indianapolis Star investigation."

The New York Times has identified at least 27 girls and women who say that Dr. Nassar molested them between July 2015, when he first fell under FBI scrutiny, and September 2016, when he was exposed by an @IndyStar investigation http://nyti.ms/2GKIwSM 


The three alleged victims then at the center of the F.B.I.’s inquiry were world-class athletes; two were Olympic gold medalists. Nearly a year passed before agents interviewed two of the young women.

The silence at times drove the victims and their families to distraction, including Gina Nichols, the mother of the gymnast initially known as “Athlete A”: Maggie Nichols, who was not contacted by the F.B.I. for nearly 11 months after the information she provided sparked the federal inquiry.

I never got a phone call from the police or the F.B.I.” during that time, Gina Nichols, a registered nurse, said. “Not one person. Not one. Not one. Not one.” -NYT


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Comment by DTOM on February 5, 2018 at 1:23pm

I wonder if a lot of large, muscular life-term cons are going to repeatedly slip and fall against Larry a lot in the prison shower.

Comment by Diana on February 5, 2018 at 10:10am

Former sports doctor sentenced to 40 to 125 years in prison   https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/ex-sports-doctor-larry-nassar-sen...

Comment by Bananaman on February 5, 2018 at 3:16am

Assume the position......

Comment by Bananaman on February 5, 2018 at 2:15am


Comment by Keisha Ruan on February 5, 2018 at 1:26am

he didnt molest them he just sliped and fell against them a lot.


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