This GIF of Judge Aquilina throwing away the letter Larry Nassar wrote the court about how hard it is for him to listen to victim testimonies PRETTY MUCH SAYS IT ALL. pic.twitter.com/5HB9WMaPqU
— Ellie Hall (@ellievhall) January 24, 2018
"As much as it was my honor and privilege to hear the sister survivors, it is my honor and privilege to sentence you." Judge Rosemarie Aquilina has sentenced Larry Nassar up to 175 years in prison. pic.twitter.com/BDX7LQDCLm
— New York Magazine (@NYMag) January 24, 2018
To the brave survivors who came forward against Larry Nassar. pic.twitter.com/B2HKe2spxy
— Detroit Free Press (@freep) January 24, 2018
“This is what it looks like when the adults in authority do not respond properly to disclosures of sexual assault.” One of the first women to publicly accuse #LarryNassar gives last impact statement before sentencing. pic.twitter.com/BKsqFVDwOS
— AP Central U.S. (@APCentralRegion) January 24, 2018
It should never take 150 voices for us to hear the truth. Larry Nassar's actions are those of a monster. I am in awe of the courage of the women who testified against him. When women speak up about sexual abuse, we need to listen.
— Tim Kaine (@timkaine) January 24, 2018
Is making Larry Nassar sit there for a week straight while every single victim obliterates him to his face one by one the greatest use of the justice system ever?https://t.co/j6O9zIiU4B pic.twitter.com/4fYIdpBkw3
— Barstool Sports (@barstoolsports) January 24, 2018
Larry Nassar so grotesquely violated a doctor's most sacred oath to do no harm. But Judge Aquilina stayed true to her most sacred oath to bring a monster to justice.
— Eugene Gu, MD (@eugenegu) January 24, 2018
I feel not a shred of sympathy or compassion for disgraced pedophile Dr. Larry Nassar for molesting hundreds of young girls.
— #ThePersistence (@ScottPresler) January 24, 2018
Larry Nassar sentenced to 175 years in prison.
That's not enough. Now we need to jail all the USA Gymnastics coaches, directors and other medical staff members that ignored reports of sexual abuse and refused to protect the young women. #LarryNassar
— Denizcan James (@MrFilmkritik) January 24, 2018
Those abused by Larry Nassar revealed themselves to be powerful survivors. pic.twitter.com/vxLiM5o9ks
— ESPN (@espn) January 24, 2018
— The Daily Beast (@thedailybeast) January 24, 2018
Without the bravery of Rachael Denhollander, disgraced ex-Team USA doctor Larry Nassar may still be abusing women today.https://t.co/U2oOVhey43
— Twitter Moments (@TwitterMoments) January 24, 2018
— BuzzFeed News (@BuzzFeedNews) January 24, 2018
Judge Aquilina forced Larry Nassar to listen to 150+ victims speak about the trauma he caused, threw away the letter Nassar wrote to the court about how hard it was for him to listen to the victims, and then sentenced him to 175+ years in prison. We need more judges like her.
— Brown Saraah (@Brown_Saraah) January 24, 2018
Today, we focus not on the evils of Larry Nassar, rather we focus on the brave young women that spoke out against him after years of torment. We praise their courage, their resilience, & must collectively ensure to create a society that emboldens survivors to speak out freely.
— Simar (@sahluwal) January 24, 2018
Sandusky and #LarryNassar cases are a rare opportunity for the non-academic world to see what moral and intellectual voids most high-level university administrators are.
— Ed Burmila (@gin_and_tacos) January 24, 2018
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