Prison Attack: Larry Nassar, Ex-USA Gymnastics Doctor, Stabbed, Reports Reveal

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Prison Attack: Larry Nassar, Ex-USA Gymnastics Doctor, Stabbed, Reports Reveal

Larry Nassar, the former sports doctor infamous for sexually abusing young female gymnasts, endured a violent episode recently. Various reports affirm that Nassar, 59, was cut on numerous occasions during a showdown with one more detainee at the US Prison, Coleman in Florida. While the identities of the sources remain undisclosed due to the sensitive nature of the ongoing investigation, two individuals familiar with the matter revealed to the Associated Press that Nassar's condition is stable as of Monday.

According to a representative from a prison union who shared information with NBC News, Nassar sustained two stab wounds to the neck, two to the back, and six to the chest. Additionally, he suffered a collapsed lung, as stated by Joe Rojas, the president of Local 506, which advocates for prison employees.

It is disheartening to recall that numerous athletes, including Olympic champions Simone Biles, Aly Raisman, and McKayla Maroney, have come forward, sharing their stories of being sexually abused by Nassar under the guise of medical treatment.

Back in the summer of 2015, USA Gymnastics reported Nassar's misconduct to the FBI and also alerted the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee. Shockingly, it took nearly a year before the FBI initiated an investigation. Neither USA Gymnastics nor the USOPC made any public statements regarding Nassar until September 2016, when The Indianapolis Star, part of the USA TODAY Network, published an exposé featuring two former gymnasts who disclosed their experiences of sexual abuse by Nassar.

It is essential to address the gravity of Nassar's actions and ensure justice for the victims who bravely shared their traumatic experiences. 

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