“The notion that someone in the Justice Department will let this happen is just rebellious,” said John Manly, a lawyer for many of Nassar’s victims, including Biles, who withdrew from Olympic competition this week citing mental stress. “The timing of this, when my client could not compete due to what happened to her, could not be more disruptive. . . . They allow the worst child animal in American history to spend thousands of dollars on itself and pay $ 8 a month to its victims. Something is completely broken and needs to be fixed. ”
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