Furious father tries to attack Larry Nassar in court

Less than a week before the Pyeongchang Games, allegations have emerged that the US Olympic Committee security chief was alerted to Nasser's misconduct a year before the accusations were made public.


    A furious father of a sexual assault victim tried to attack Larry Nassar in a courtroom after the judge denied him five minutes in a locked room with former doctor of the USA gymnastics team.

    The father apologised afterwards.

    A chief of police also apologised to one of the gymnasts who reported Larry Nassar to him 11 years before Nasser was fired.

    Al Jazeera's John Hendren reports.


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