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One after another, victims speak up in Larry Nassar's sentencing, despite his complaints

Sitting in a Michigan courtroom, dressed in a blue jumpsuit, Larry Nassar on Thursday continued listening to scores of victims who are coming forward to speak at his sentencing.

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