What did Michigan State know about Larry Nassar’s abuse?
Clip: 01/29/2018 | 6m 45s
As sexual assault allegations against sports doctor Larry Nassar became widely known in 2016, Michigan State University officials claimed initially to have had no prior knowledge of his behavior. But several reports, lawsuits and victim testimony allege the university had known about Nassar for years. William Brangham learns more from Matt Mencarini of the Lansing State Journal.
Aired: 01/29/18Video has closed captioning.
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