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>> Former USA Gymnastics doctor, Larry Nassar, received his latest sentencing Monday. Ending a decade's long cycle of abuse that spurred hundreds of victims to tell their emotional stories of betrayal in court. And sparked investigations into how the abuse could have continued for so long. On Monday, Nassar was sentenced an additional 40 to 125 years in prison.
Adding to sentences that were already destined to outlive the disgraced doctor for molesting young girls during treatment.>> The words expressed by everyone that has spoken, including the parents, have impacted me to my innermost core.>> This wraps up three weeks of an extraordinary courtroom drama where at least 200 victims read personalized statements in court.
>> How could a person that I thought to be so genuine and kind and caring be in fact the opposite?>> My hate towards you is uncontrollable. Larry Nassar, I hate you.>> I really feel that my entire family has gone through hell and back these last few months because of what Larry Nassar did to both my sisters and I years ago.
>> Gold medalists like Simone Biles, McKayla Maroney, and former Olympic team captain Aly Raisman, also came forward with their own stories of abuse by Nassar.>> The reality is you caused me a great deal of physical, mental and emotional pain.>> As outrage over the Nassar scandal intensified, high level officials resigned at USA Gymnastics and Michigan State, where he worked for decades.
>> It is abundantly clear that a full, and complete investigation of what happened at Michigan State University, from the President's office down, is required.>> Last week, students interrupted a meeting of the University Board of Trustees to protest its handling of the case. For Michigan State, USA Gymanstics, and the Olympics Committee, the scandal, and its impact is far from over.
But for Nasser, Monday marked the end, escorted out of the courtroom in handcuffs to spend the rest of his life in prison.