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Report reveals USOC leaders’ enabling of Larry Nassar sex abuse


Women who have accused Larry Nassar of sexual assault are speaking out after an independent report commissioned by the U.S. Olympic Committee detailed the failure of top officials to protect gymnasts from the disgraced team doctor. The 233-page report says that some USOC leadership knew for more than a year that Nassar was accused of sexually assaulting young girls, but did nothing to stop it. NBC’s Morgan Radford reports for TODAY.