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(Yahoo)   Larry Nassar writes letter to judge, complaining about how harsh it is for him to listen to victim impact statements. Judge: STFU   ( sports.yahoo.com) divider line
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2018-01-18 12:05:59 PM  
I hope the suicide prevention monitoring they have on him is top-notch, because this is someone I really don't want to be able to kill himself. They should, in fact, make it a part of his sentence that these testimonies get played on auto-repeat in his cell, non stop, for the entire duration of his imprisonment until he's dead.
 
2018-01-18 12:14:55 PM  
Good. Fark this scumbag.
 
2018-01-18 12:27:31 PM  
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2018-01-18 12:39:55 PM  
It is tragic when a man can't at least imagine that the girls he abused enjoyed all the attention he gave them. I mean, if a man can't inflate his own ego that the girls were sobbing for joy as he left, what was the point of all those locker room grope and pump sessions? Why won't someone think of Scumbags' feelings every once in a while?

I just hope that the judge attaches on his letter to his sentencing paperwork so that his celly can get a good eye full of how self important and entitled a jackass he is. Just so that from his celly's lips to God's ears it can travel. And by "God's ears" I mean Gen Pop...
 
2018-01-18 12:47:42 PM  
There's a lot of guys from this #metoo thing that I don't like now, but this guy...this farking guy...fark this farking guy.
 
2018-01-18 12:49:26 PM  
The entire board of MSU needs a good cleaning as well, along with large parts of their athletic program.  They covered this up for 20+ years.
 
2018-01-18 01:06:48 PM  
Imprison the athletic staff and administration.
Burn the stadiums.
Salt the ground.

https://deadspin.com/report-more-than​-​a-dozen-msu-staffers-were-told-about-1​822188495
 
2018-01-18 01:12:03 PM  
I hope the words haunt his disturbing brain. That they bounce around and remind him of the pain he caused them, and most especially that his actions resulted in his lack of freedom. Sick farker.
 
2018-01-18 01:16:18 PM  

Paul Baumer: https://deadspin.com/report-more-than​-​a-dozen-msu-staffers-were-told-about-1​822188495


FTL: In 2017, Teachnor-Hauk told police and FBI that she "never had an athlete tell her that Nassar made them uncomfortable."

Lying to the FBI is can get you 5 years in jail.
 
2018-01-18 01:20:42 PM  
I hope he lives a very long life filled with pain. No, scratch that. There's a woman whose father committed suicide when he finally realized she'd been truthfully reporting Nassar's abuse all along. Let that woman decide his fate, and then let the dozens of other victims decide the fate of whatever's left.
 
2018-01-18 01:21:48 PM  

Marcus Aurelius: The entire board of MSU needs a good cleaning as well, along with large parts of their athletic program.  They covered this up for 20+ years.


and I wonder how many of the people that are covering up this man and his assaults are covering up other assaults right now to this day? And how many of the people covering for him are rapists themselves?

People covering for evil people do evil acts themselves.
 
2018-01-18 01:23:30 PM  
This guy makes me wish I believed in Hell.
 
2018-01-18 01:23:51 PM  

Marcus Aurelius: Paul Baumer: https://deadspin.com/report-more-than-​a-dozen-msu-staffers-were-told-about-1​822188495

FTL: In 2017, Teachnor-Hauk told police and FBI that she "never had an athlete tell her that Nassar made them uncomfortable."

Lying to the FBI is can get you 5 years in jail.


yeah, but they only prosecute what they want to. Otherwise, the people making decisions like that might be more fearful of actually suffering the consequences of them.

You know, maybe more people would start to come forward if they started after the ones covering it up. maybe.

But for those who are still too afraid to come forward..for those who have tried to tell their stories only to be called liars or told to shut up..

their day has yet to come.
 
2018-01-18 01:24:17 PM  
Just so I'm clear, there's at least 140 victims and he's the only person that's been arrested? I know he was the perpetrator, but there's no farking way one or many of these girls didn't tell people. Someone was keeping a lid on all of this for him.
 
2018-01-18 01:26:21 PM  
Awww, is this difficult for you??? Is the act of listening to what you did to these women when they were children too much for your fragile sensibilities??? F*ck you.

You know the phrase, "don't do the crime if you can't do the time"? This isn't even "the time".
 
2018-01-18 01:30:22 PM  

Richelieu: This guy makes me wish I believed in Hell.


He's saying the rosary every day so I doubt he'll go to Hell.
 
2018-01-18 01:31:28 PM  
I guess the one thing I don't understand is the times these girls' mothers were in the room and no one said "What the fark are you doing?"
 
2018-01-18 01:38:26 PM  
OK.  Then I think the judge should offer him an alternative:  allow yourself to be sexually abused an equal number of times you abused your victims, or sit down and STFU.
 
2018-01-18 01:43:39 PM  
Wow, that's like someone actually using the "have pity on me your honor, I'm an orphan" line after murdering their parents.
 
2018-01-18 01:48:07 PM  

Walker: [img.fark.net image 625x415]


I know that judges must respond to those who are found guilty with a certain level of decorum, but my response would've been simple and to the point: "Dude, you're getting off easy."
 
2018-01-18 01:50:20 PM  

Paul Baumer: Imprison the athletic staff and administration.
Burn the stadiums.
Salt the ground.

https://deadspin.com/report-more-than-​a-dozen-msu-staffers-were-told-about-1​822188495


That should've applied to Baylor University for the loads of underhanded crap they've pulled over the years in both their football and basketball programs.  That's one program where the Death Penalty should apply.
 
2018-01-18 01:51:35 PM  

Crewmannumber6: I guess the one thing I don't understand is the times these girls' mothers were in the room and no one said "What the fark are you doing?"


Ie: abuse of his position of authority as someone that parents wanted their kids to see because he was the premier Dr. for gymnasts.  The article linked yesterday told all of this.
Even when he did allow parents in, he shielded what he was doing with his body. That deepened his ability to do it - the parents thought they were getting the very best - and that alone would curry favor with the program in the future, the kids said nothing because the parents were in the room - and if they aren't saying anything, then what he's doing must be OK.
 
2018-01-18 01:52:49 PM  
The judge is not at all happy with this flesh bag posing as a human.  She is sending a message and I hope it hits the right ears, good for her.
 
2018-01-18 02:06:40 PM  

Diogenes: OK.  Then I think the judge should offer him an alternative:  allow yourself to be sexually abused an equal number of times you abused your victims, or sit down and STFU.


that is coming soon.
 
2018-01-18 02:07:40 PM  

Rwa2play: Walker: [img.fark.net image 625x415]

I know that judges must respond to those who are found guilty with a certain level of decorum, but my response would've been simple and to the point: "Dude, you're getting off easy."


Phrasing.
 
2018-01-18 02:20:50 PM  
Michigan State deserves the NCAA death penalty same as Penn State
 
2018-01-18 02:23:13 PM  

Crewmannumber6: I guess the one thing I don't understand is the times these girls' mothers were in the room and no one said "What the fark are you doing?"


My kid is maybe going to make the olympic team and be famous.  I don't want to rock the boat.  Maybe he knows what he's doing, he's an olympic doctor after all, and I worked so hard to get my kid to this point, I can't just throw that all away.

That's how I'm assuming the internal monologue went.
 
2018-01-18 02:32:40 PM  

Richelieu: This guy makes me wish I believed in Hell.


But then, Hell is for children so...
 
2018-01-18 02:42:02 PM  

Marcus Aurelius: The entire board of MSU needs a good cleaning as well, along with large parts of their athletic program.  They covered this up for 20+ years.


I'm struggling to see any material difference between MSU here and Penn State, and Penn St. didn't get punished nearly hard enough.
 
2018-01-18 02:45:36 PM  

mikaloyd: Michigan State deserves the NCAA death penalty same as Penn State


Too bad Penn State didn't get the death penalty
 
2018-01-18 02:51:55 PM  

Richelieu: This guy makes me wish I believed in Hell.


I don't believe in hell though I do believe in an afterlife, but my theology is such that CS Lewis "great divide" is about as far as I can go in the "hell accepting " direction   That said, I would like to think that at least at some point in the great beyond you experience something like the Total perspective vortex, where you get to see and feel the impacts your life and your decisions made on others FROM THEIR POINT OF VIEW.

For this guy I have to feel like that would make a lake of Fire feel like a picnic
 
2018-01-18 02:57:17 PM  
Props to Christine Teigen for offering to pay McKayla Maroney's $100K fine for violating her NDA with USA Gymnastics. Also props to Kristen Bell for offering to split the bill. BURN IN HELL, USA GYMNASTICS, FOR PROTECTING CHILD MOLESTERS.
 
2018-01-18 03:13:46 PM  

yelmrog: Crewmannumber6: I guess the one thing I don't understand is the times these girls' mothers were in the room and no one said "What the fark are you doing?"

My kid is maybe going to make the olympic team and be famous.  I don't want to rock the boat.  Maybe he knows what he's doing, he's an olympic doctor after all, and I worked so hard to get my kid to this point, I can't just throw that all away.

That's how I'm assuming the internal monologue went.


I guess that's the part that's sticking going down. How much of their daughters' souls were they willing to sacrifice in the name of fame and fortune?
 
2018-01-18 03:19:54 PM  

shroom: Marcus Aurelius: The entire board of MSU needs a good cleaning as well, along with large parts of their athletic program.  They covered this up for 20+ years.

I'm struggling to see any material difference between MSU here and Penn State, and Penn St. didn't get punished nearly hard enough.


MSU's issue didn't involve the football team.  Olympic sports are kinda "meh" on the importance scale lets be honest.
 
2018-01-18 03:22:50 PM  

Crewmannumber6: I guess that's the part that's sticking going down. How much of their daughters' souls were they willing to sacrifice in the name of fame and fortune?


Hell, some of them weren't even sacrificing in the name of fame and fortune.  All it took was a full ride scholarship to a D1 University for them to offer up their daughters to this monster.  What's a little sexual assault compared to the cost of college these days?
 
2018-01-18 03:26:01 PM  

wooden_badger: mikaloyd: Michigan State deserves the NCAA death penalty same as Penn State

Too bad Penn State didn't get the death penalty


Penn State didn't get the death penalty because it would "ruin the economy of the region."

Except, that's exactly why Penn State needed to be destroyed. It had gotten itself so monetarily entangled that it daren't spoil its record or reputation by punishing abusers. This is why it is called "corruption," because corruption spreads. There is no solution for corruption except to thoroughly destroy it, like it was cancer.
 
2018-01-18 03:27:31 PM  

hotrod2001: shroom: Marcus Aurelius: The entire board of MSU needs a good cleaning as well, along with large parts of their athletic program.  They covered this up for 20+ years.

I'm struggling to see any material difference between MSU here and Penn State, and Penn St. didn't get punished nearly hard enough.

MSU's issue didn't involve the football team.  Olympic sports are kinda "meh" on the importance scale lets be honest.


Careful now, IOC might get to you for badmouthing the Olympics.

/another organization that needs the death penalty right there
//Can we just have a moratorium on sports organizations for a while, like 25 years or so?
 
2018-01-18 03:29:11 PM  

Crewmannumber6: yelmrog: Crewmannumber6: I guess the one thing I don't understand is the times these girls' mothers were in the room and no one said "What the fark are you doing?"

My kid is maybe going to make the olympic team and be famous.  I don't want to rock the boat.  Maybe he knows what he's doing, he's an olympic doctor after all, and I worked so hard to get my kid to this point, I can't just throw that all away.

That's how I'm assuming the internal monologue went.

I guess that's the part that's sticking going down. How much of their daughters' souls were they willing to sacrifice in the name of fame and fortune?


Same amount that stage parents who shuffled their kids through Hollywood sacrificed. If you look at your kid as just a meal ticket or a chance to live vicariously through them then you are a piece of shiat. Children should be protected. Note: I did not say coddled and bubblewrapped.
 
2018-01-18 03:30:59 PM  
when first reading this I was figuratively speechless at the audacity of this scum king. then I remembered that for many years he got away with sexually abusing 140 minors while surrounded by enablers. he's like the star college athlete who's been coddled all their life and is shocked when there are consequences to their drunken joyride, multiplied by a bazillion.
 
2018-01-18 03:32:22 PM  

LoneWolf343: hotrod2001: shroom: Marcus Aurelius: The entire board of MSU needs a good cleaning as well, along with large parts of their athletic program.  They covered this up for 20+ years.

I'm struggling to see any material difference between MSU here and Penn State, and Penn St. didn't get punished nearly hard enough.

MSU's issue didn't involve the football team.  Olympic sports are kinda "meh" on the importance scale lets be honest.

Careful now, IOC might get to you for badmouthing the Olympics.


The fact that the IOC's practically begging cities to apply for the Olympics should tell them how much people no longer care about the Olympics or them.
 
2018-01-18 03:55:37 PM  
Like I said in yesterday's thread:  The boosters and administrators at the major college programs are only interested in two things: prestige and winning.

Now, I did advocate at one time that Penn State shouldn't have been given the death penalty for the Sandusky affair.  As repulsive as it was,, it all was one whole incident that happened over decades and it was an extraordinary circumstance; whereas the SMU situation occurred multiple times over many years and they'd been punished for it but it was not strong enough a deterrent to make them voluntarily stop doing it.

Situations like this and at Baylor are changing my mind:  major college programs, their administrators and the boosters will keep engaging at this sort of behavior because the NCAA's never going to drop the hammer on them.  Their attitude's going to be, "So what if a few people go to jail and/or lose their jobs over this.  So what if the program I support gets a slap on the wrist over it.  So long as the main reason I support the university's still going, I'm not going to break a sweat over it."

The NCAA should extend the Death Penalty towards situations like this:  multiple occurrences like at Penn State, Michigan State and Baylor, where administrators, boosters and anyone associated with a university who engage in covering up major violations and/or crimes committed at their programs should be terminated without hesitation.  If the NCAA doesn't do that, people are going to continue engaging in this behavior with, essentially, the NCAA's blessing.
 
2018-01-18 03:58:42 PM  

HotWingConspiracy: Just so I'm clear, there's at least 140 victims and he's the only person that's been arrested? I know he was the perpetrator, but there's no farking way one or many of these girls didn't tell people. Someone was keeping a lid on all of this for him.


MSU lawyers have stated BOTH that no one else at MSU knew, AND that the people the victims told (uh, what?) were "not the right people" according to Title IX (MSU's Title IX mandatory reporting page says everyone who's not designated confidential is a mandatory reporter).

It's horrific.
 
2018-01-18 04:03:41 PM  

quo vadimus: HotWingConspiracy: Just so I'm clear, there's at least 140 victims and he's the only person that's been arrested? I know he was the perpetrator, but there's no farking way one or many of these girls didn't tell people. Someone was keeping a lid on all of this for him.

MSU lawyers have stated BOTH that no one else at MSU knew, AND that the people the victims told (uh, what?) were "not the right people" according to Title IX (MSU's Title IX mandatory reporting page says everyone who's not designated confidential is a mandatory reporter).

It's horrific.


Because when a child is being sexcually abused the most important responsibility of the university is to make sure she follows procedure and reports it to the properly designated authorities.   BURN IT ALL DOWN, Expel MSU from the NCAA raze thier entire athletic facility, let everyone on scholarship there transefer that scholarship to another NCAA school for free and then use the Debris from the demolition to create a statute called Elegy for Misplaced Priorities.  And then jail everyone who was told and took no action
 
2018-01-18 04:17:19 PM  

mikaloyd: Michigan State deserves the NCAA death penalty same as Penn State


Penn State got the death penalty? They must have nine lives like a cat then.

No, Michigan will still get ncaa love and cash because "won't someone just let these kids play???"
 
2018-01-18 04:19:06 PM  

Magorn: quo vadimus: HotWingConspiracy: Just so I'm clear, there's at least 140 victims and he's the only person that's been arrested? I know he was the perpetrator, but there's no farking way one or many of these girls didn't tell people. Someone was keeping a lid on all of this for him.

MSU lawyers have stated BOTH that no one else at MSU knew, AND that the people the victims told (uh, what?) were "not the right people" according to Title IX (MSU's Title IX mandatory reporting page says everyone who's not designated confidential is a mandatory reporter).

It's horrific.

Because when a child is being sexcually abused the most important responsibility of the university is to make sure she follows procedure and reports it to the properly designated authorities.   BURN IT ALL DOWN, Expel MSU from the NCAA raze thier entire athletic facility, let everyone on scholarship there transefer that scholarship to another NCAA school for free and then use the Debris from the demolition to create a statute called Elegy for Misplaced Priorities.  And then jail everyone who was told and took no action


Well yeah, we got shirt sales to think about here.
 
2018-01-18 04:28:01 PM  

Marcus Aurelius: Paul Baumer: https://deadspin.com/report-more-than-​a-dozen-msu-staffers-were-told-about-1​822188495

FTL: In 2017, Teachnor-Hauk told police and FBI that she "never had an athlete tell her that Nassar made them uncomfortable."

Lying to the FBI is can get you 5 years in jail.


Unless you're part of the Republican party. Then you can just 'go back and amend the paperwork.

108 times
 
2018-01-18 04:33:02 PM  
Tape the statements and play them to him once he's in his cell for the rest of his sentence.
 
2018-01-18 04:35:29 PM  

Marcus Aurelius: The entire board of MSU needs a good cleaning as well, along with large parts of their athletic program.  They covered this up for 20+ years.


MSU did an internal investigation, declared they did nothing wrong then put the results of the investigation under lock and key.  They're covering something up.
 
2018-01-18 05:04:38 PM  

Magorn: Because when a child is being sexcually abused the most important responsibility of the university is to make sure she follows procedure and reports it to the properly designated authorities.   BURN IT ALL DOWN, Expel MSU from the NCAA raze thier entire athletic facility, let everyone on scholarship there transefer that scholarship to another NCAA school for free and then use the Debris from the demolition to create a statute called Elegy for Misplaced Priorities.  And then jail everyone who was told and took no action


Next time you see Patrick Fitzgerald, make sure to mock him for not writing up a report following a year long "investigation".  That smells to high heaven.
 
2018-01-18 05:34:06 PM  
It's all about merchandising and money. The list of people in the system who truly care, like care enough to put their job and school's "reputation" on the line in order to protect children from sexual assault is about as thin as an onion skin.
What matters is not getting "bad press" because bad press means that hoodie with a giant capital letter on it may have to go for 20% off it's regular $70 and we can't have that.
If you could read into the minds and hearts of the administration I have no doubt that given the choice of having this continue with no discovery and scandal or having it end ASAP with all the drama they would have let it, hell they would have ebabled it to continue.
Doubt me? Then why did so many know but never do a thing?
The children and young adults are a commodity to be used up and cashed in for shirt sales and broadcasting rights. What matters is not that sexual assault is prevented, instead it's that sexual assault is not discovered.
Don't get me wrong, most administrators given the choice would not want a child rape factory going on under their noses, but they will gladly have one in secrecy if the alternative is world wide press.
 
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