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Anthony Bradley
Dear , Rachael may be the best candidate for the Arthur Ashe Courage award that you've ever had. Ever. Read Rachael Denhollander's full victim impact statement about Larry Nassar
Rachael Denhollander was the first woman to publicly accuse Larry Nassar of sexual abuse. And she was the last of more than 150 women and girls to confront him in court during Nassar's sentencing...
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Tim Etherington Jan 25
Agreed! 👏 👏 👏
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James Dennard Jan 26
Yes
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Ian McConnell Jan 26
Agree.
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Esther Fleece Jan 26
yes, I agree
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Rae Whitlock Jan 26
Agreed but they'd sooner give it to Raisman.
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Angela Morabito Jan 26
Perfect, perfect, perfect topic for a petition, hint hint. We'd love to help make this happen!
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Carmen FowlerLaBerge Jan 26
Cosign
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Brn2Wander Jan 27
I really am trying to understand this but it's very difficult to understand something was going when your own mother is in the room? Penetration? Am I reading this wrong????
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Julie Anne Jan 27
He stood between survivor and mom, she was draped. One hand was massaging, the other was sexually assaulting. Everybody told the girls he was the best doc and they believed them. It took a while for survivors to put pieces together because who would abuse w/mom present?
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Anthony Bradley Jan 27
Larry Nassar was just that evil. Unreal.
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Julie Anne Jan 27
He was brazen, and an expert manipulator. He was masterful in gaining “friends” who would not only enable his behavior, but defend it as “medical treatment.” He pulled the wool over many eyes. We need to learn from this.
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sarah chubb Jan 27
yes!
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Dan Murphy Jan 27
Replying to @drantbradley
Saw it in person, Anthony. And I couldn't agree more.
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Michael Buckley Jan 27
AGREE!!!
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