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>> No individual in no department at Michigan State University is off limits.>> An open an ongoing investigation of sports doctor Larry Nassar is underway at Michigan State University. Where Nassar, also team doctor for USA Gymnastics, sexually abused female athletes for more than 20 years. Michigan attorney, General Bill Schuette name retired Kent County prosecutor, William Foreside, as special prosecutor on the case, to work closely with the Michigan Police Department to produce a public report on how Nassar's abusive behaviour went unchecked.
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>> How was he allowed to engage in this behaviour for almost 20 years?>> Hey, Ho.>>
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]>> This came on the heels of campus protests at MSU after an ESPN report on Friday alleged widespread abuse among the school's campus, and claimed denial and inaction from the athletic department, and campus police.
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>> It's hard to remain resilient when it feels like the climate you exist in perpetuates sexual violence.>> Nassar was sentenced up to 175 years in prison last week after he pled guilty to sexual assault charges, and some 150 plus victims and the judge excoriated him in court.
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The president and athletic director of MSU have both resigned, as has the entire board of USA Gymnastics as a result of the scandal.>> Congress and the US Olympic committee are also investigating the case, and Nassar faces another sentencing hearing this week on similar abuse charges.