Larry Nassar's Victims Speak Out: 'He Was So Good at Normalizing What He Did'

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The father of three of Larry Nassar's victims lunged at the disgraced former USA Gymnastics doctor during a court hearing Friday in Michigan.

The man was granted the opportunity to make a statement by the judge. After asking if he could get Nassar alone in a room, he suddenly charged at the defendant and was quickly met and subdued by officers.

"I would ask you to as part of the sentencing to grant me five minutes in a locked room with this demon," the man said.

Nassar is in the midst of a second sentencing phase, having already received a sentence of up to 175 years for sexually abusing hundreds of young women under the guise of providing medical treatments.

He was also sentenced to 60 years in prison for child pornography crimes.

According to CBS News, the man who charged at Nassar was Randall Margraves, whose three daughters all allege sexual abuse at the hands of Nassar.

Earlier this week, Martha MacCallum interviewed three of Nassar's victims. 

"He was so good at normalizing what he did," former USA gymnast Mattie Larson said, remembering thinking that "it can't be bad what he's doing if he's doing it in front of friends and teammates."

Watch the clip above from "America's Newsroom."


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