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Michigan State President Stepping Down Due To Larry Nassar Case

Michigan State President Stepping Down Due To Larry Nassar Case

Michigan State President Stepping Down Due To Larry Nassar Case

Many confronted him face to face in the MI courtroom.

"It is my honour and privilege to sentence you".

"Because, sir, you do not deserve to walk outside of a prison ever again". Had she known, Simon tells herself, she would have stopped Nassar.

But the anguish of the past week will have little, if any, practical effect on Nassar's fate. In December, he was sentenced in federal court to 60 years in prison on three child pornography charges. By then, he would be more than 100 years old if still alive.

With the cameras rolling, they also repeatedly expressed their rage towards MSU, where Nassar worked for 20 years as a sports-medicine doctor.

"Tonight's decision by Lou Anna Simon to resign, while hard, is the right one". He also cast doubt on the validity of Nassar's prosecution by adding, "I hope the right person was convicted".

Despite her insistence that the university did not knowingly cover up Nassar's abuse, recent investigations have led to many questions regarding the validity of those claims. They were just the latest to call for her departure.

They made riveting statements while confronting Nassar in a Lansing, Michigan, courtroom. He said "no words" can describe how sorry he is. Numerous women who spoke at a sentencing hearing for Nassar in the past week blamed the university for missing opportunities to stop his abuse earlier.

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Simon's resignation is required because she is at the top of a food chain at a place where nothing was done when the first and second and third and 64th girl spoke to another university employee about this creep who seemed to derive pleasure from sexually manipulating student-athletes.

Wednesday, Jan. 24: Rachael Denhollander is the final victim to speak at the sentencing hearing, and lambasts MSU.

Women's gymnastics coach Kathie Klages resigned last year after she was suspended for defending Nassar for years. And how does it differ from Penn State University, where a university president, vice president and athletic director were criminally convicted for not protecting boys from abuse on their campus by a former assistant football coach?

According to the Lansing State Journal, Carter disagreed with the university's "ineffective response" to the Larry Nassar scandal, which prompted Simon's decision to step down on Wednesday. By Wednesday, Michigan lawmakers passed a resolution seeking her ouster. But the sentencing hearing was open to anyone who said they were a victim.

Addressed to Hollis, the NCAA said serious concerns have been raised about institutional practices, athlete safety and the institution's actions to protect individuals from Nassar. She failed every victim who followed the first who tried to step up to stop a predator.

His sentencing follows a week of harrowing testimony from scores of women, including Olympic gold medal gymnasts Aly Raisman and Jordyn Weiber. "There has to be a massive investigation as to why there was inaction, why there was silence", she says.

The NCAA, the governing body of collegiate sports, is investigating Michigan State's handling of sexual abuse allegations against Nassar. Tell me who I should have told so I know what I should have done.

Brooke Hylek, a gymnast who plans to compete in college, heaped scorn on Nassar. "I'm happy you will be spending the rest of your life in prison. Enjoy hell by the way".

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