"Everyone Believed Larry Nassar"

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Not all were so deceived: the former president of USA Gymnastics (USAG) was arrested for allegedly "disappearing" all of that organization's documents concerning Nassar. In part because of that, the USAG is being revoked as the national governing body over that sport by the US Olympics Committee.

But, man, Nassar's boldness. He was actually fingering gymnasts in front of their parents (though covering the girls with sheets or towels), explaining to all that it was part of their physical therapy.

And get this (from my first link above):
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Although, much later, the only story line American media would be able to process was one of a “survivor” who had “found her voice” and was ready to “take on” her abuser in open court, it did not appear to be a woman at all who had persuaded those closest to this story, including most of the “survivors,” to come forward. It was, rather, a set of external hard drives — tossed to the curb in the trash in the days after [former gymnast Rachael] Denhollander went public, on a day when the garbage crew was behind schedule, and recovered by a police officer.* Had the crew been on time, had the officer been late, had the warrant come through a day after Nassar decided to dump his digital history on the street, he might still have the support of most of the people he abused.

Healthy people tend not to distinguish between varieties of child pornography or think much about the habits of its consumption, but Nassar’s accumulation of more than 37,000 images suggests an unusual level of deviance even among pedophiles. According to a sentencing memorandum issued by federal prosecutors for the Western District of Michigan, these images form a particularly “graphic” and “hard-core” collection, including children as young as infants and images of children being raped by adults.

BTW: that included asterisk was for this footnote:
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This article has been corrected to reflect that it was a police officer, not a FBI agent, who initially found Nassar’s hard drive

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it should be a felony to in any way minimize or cover up sexual abuse, especially of minors
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"Everyone Believed Larry Nassar"