Gymnasts' wrenching testimonies detail doctor's sexual abuse, cast light on dark Olympic secret
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Опубликовано 19 января 2018, 0:14
At a remarkable sentencing hearing in Michigan, more than 100 girls and women have confronted the man who abused them sexually for years about the lasting psychological scars. Larry Nassar worked for USA Gymnastics for 29 years, including as a team doctor for four Olympic Games, and at Michigan State University. Judy Woodruff talks with Christine Brennan of USA Today.
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