Case Study Of Larry Nassar

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The Larry Nassar Case 265 people. 265 people, women, teenage and even young girls, have come forward and declared that they were sexually abused, harassed and molested by the 54-year-old Larry Nassar. Not only did Nassar commit these disgraceful acts, he also had an estimated amount of 37,000 pictures and videos of child pornography on hard drives within his home. That is just loathsome. Nassar was formerly the Team USA’s gymnastics doctor and worked at gymnastics clubs in America, mainly Michigan, praised by many for his wonderful “treatments” and work. Nassar was arrested on November 21st 2016 and on December 7th, 2017 he was sentenced to 60 years in prison as a consequence for having images and videos of child pornography and on Jan 24th, 2018 was sentenced to a further 40-to-175 years in prison, only after his previous sentence was complete. The question is, does he really deserve to be sentenced for that great amount of time? Firstly, Nassar took advantage of his position and reputation as a doctor. He used his position as his excuse; covering his tracks with a blanket of lies, saying that when he used intravaginal treatments it would “help with recovery from injuries”. Of course, nobody really questioned it even though it was mainly carried out without consent from the patient as he was a world-renowned doctor and even one of the many victims said “He convinced my mom it was an alternative to surgery”. Nobody should feel uncomfortable or uneasy because of someone
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