This tweet from one of Larry Nassar's victims says a lot about how a predator can, or can not, be stopped. You see, the conventional wisdom was that Nassar's crimes started at MSU when he became an osteopathic doctor. However, Ms. Klein says she was first abused 30 years ago, around 1988, when Nassar was only an athletic trainer at USAG.
Keep in mind here that athletic trainers generally do not work in as private a setting as doctors, and they are not allowed to do the range of services that doctors are, either. So it would seem that USAG missed a golden chance to stop Nassar back when his career in crime was barely started.
Or, perhaps it had already started when he was an athletic trainer at the University of Michigan as an undergraduate, or perhaps it started as far back as 1978, when he was a student athletic trainer in high school. It seems that as ugly as this is already, it's likely to get a lot uglier.
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