Expose them all.
Aly Raisman is on a mission to find out who was aware of Larry Nassar‘s sexual abuse and did nothing about it — which is exactly why she’s calling for an independent investigation to determine who let these criminal acts go on for decades.
In a new interview with Jake Tapper on CNN, the 23-year-old Olympian says team coach John Geddert was in the car back in 2011 when one teammate was detailing being molested by the disgraced doctor.
The gymnast recalls:
“We would talk about it amongst ourselves. And one of my teammates described in graphic detail what Nassar had done to her the night before. And John Geddert was in the car with us and he just didn’t say anything.”
She then adds:
“I don’t know what he did or didn’t do from there. I know he didn’t ask us any questions, but that is just why we need the full, independent investigation to get to the bottom of who knew about this.”
Clearly, Geddert didn’t do much of anything. Such a shame.
Raisman went on to use this story as example as to why an investigation needs to happen in order for justice to truly be served:
“Everyone has to care. It’s just unacceptable to me. This should have never ever happened. You know, if one adult listened or had the character to act … we would have never met him.”
Watch the clip (below)!
Olympic gold medalist @Aly_Raisman says her former Olympic team coach John Geddert might have known about sexual abuse by former team doctor Larry Nassar as early as 2011 https://t.co/xQbL7XGzQQ pic.twitter.com/jnPFvfFG3W
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Stay strong, Aly.
[Image via CNN.]