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LANSING, Mich. The former sports doctor who admitted molesting some of the nation’s top gymnasts for years under the guise of medical treatment was sentenced Wednesday to 40 to 175 years in prison by a judge who proudly told him, “I just signed your death warrant.”

The sentence capped a remarkable seven day hearing in which more than 150 women and girls offered statements about being abused by Larry Nassar, a physician who was renowned for treating athletes at the sport’s highest levels. Many confronted him face to face in the Michigan courtroom.

“It is my honor and privilege to sentence you. You do not deserve to walk outside a prison ever again. You have done nothing to control those urges and anywhere you walk, destruction will occur to those most vulnerable,” Judge Rosemarie Aquilina said.

Nassar’s actions were “precise, calculated, manipulative, devious, despicable,” she said.

When the hearing ended, the courtroom broke into applause. Victims and prosecutors embraced at the conclusion of the grueling 16 month case.

But the anguish of the past week will have little, if any, practical effect on Nassar’s fate. Before serving the Michigan sentence, the 54 year old must first serve a 60 year federal sentence for child pornography crimes. With credit for good behavior, he could complete that sentence in about 55 years. By then, he would be more than 100 years old if still alive.

He is also scheduled to be sentenced next week on more assault convictions in Eaton County, Michigan.

A prosecutor called Nassar “possibly the most prolific serial child sex abuser in history” and said competitive gymnastics provided the “perfect place” for his crimes because victims saw him as a “god.”

Prosecutor Angela Povilaitis also said Nassar “perfected a built in excuse and defense” as a doctor, even though he was “performing hocus pocus medicine.”

“It takes some kind of sick perversion to not only assault a child but to do so with her parent in the room, to do so while a lineup of eager young gymnasts waited,” Povilaitis said.

She urged people to believe young victims of sexual abuse no matter who they accuse and praised journalists, including those at the Indianapolis Star. The newspaper’s 2016 investigation of how the sport’s governing body handled sexual abuse allegations against coaches prompted a former gymnast to alert the paper to Nassar.

Although Nassar’s work with gymnasts received the most attention, the allegations against him spanned more than a dozen sports over 25 years.

At one point, Nassar turned to the courtroom gallery to make a brief statement, saying that the victims’ accounts had “shaken me to my core.” He said “no words” can describe how sorry he is.

“I will carry your words with me for the rest of my days” he said as many of his accusers wept.

The judge then read from a letter that Nassar had written to her that raised questions about whether he was truly remorseful. The victims who packed the courtroom gasped as they heard passages that included “Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned” and another in which Nassar said the “stories” about him were fabricated.

He also defended his actions with the athletes as “medical, not sexual.”

“I was a good doctor because my treatment worked, and those patients that are now speaking out were the same ones that praised and came back over and over, and referred family and friends to see me,” Nassar wrote.

One of the first athletes to publicly accuse Nassar of sexual assault was the last victim to offer a statement at the hearing.

Rachael Denhollander is a Kentucky lawyer who stepped forward in 2016 after the sport’s governing body, USA Gymnastics, was accused of mishandling sexual assault complaints. She said Nassar groped and fondled her when she was a 15 year old gymnast in Michigan.

Denhollander’s statements to Michigan State University police put the criminal investigation in high gear in 2016.

“You have become a man ruled by selfish and perverted desires,” she told Nassar, who worked at the university and USA Gymnastics, which also trains Olympians.

Hours after the sentencing, MSU President Lou Anna Simon said she was resigning amid mounting pressure over the way the university handled the Nassar case. That came shortly after Michigan lawmakers voted overwhelmingly for a nonbinding House resolution that sought her removal over allegations that the school missed chances to stop Nassar.

In her resignation letter, Simon said as tragedies are politicized, blame is inevitable. She acknowledged she was a natural focus of the anger as president.

Simon, who earned her doctorate at Michigan State in 1974, was promoted to school president in 2005.

Nassar pleaded guilty to assaulting seven people in the Lansing area, including in the basement of his home and at his campus office. But the sentencing hearing was open to anyone who said they were a victim.

Accusers said he would use his ungloved hands to penetrate them, often without explanation, while they were on a table seeking help for various injuries.

The accusers, many of whom were children, said they trusted Nassar and were in denial about what was happening or were afraid to speak up. He sometimes used a sheet or his body to block the view of any parent in the room.

Several elite former gymnasts talked about how Nassar won their allegiance with candy, Olympic trinkets and encouraging words while they were under constant scrutiny from demanding coaches.

The judge praised the victims who appeared in her court, calling them “sister survivors.” The women included Olympians Aly Raisman, Jordyn Wieber and McKayla Maroney.
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An 11Alive News viewer emailed us the photo of the sign. He says he’s a military veteran and was offended when he saw it outside the East Atlanta Village gym.

“It was really just that the vulgarity in that sign, and that seems to bring it out for people,” said Jim Chambers, owner of the EAV Barbell Club on Flat Shoals Avenue in the city’s East Atlanta Village neighborhood.

EAV Barbell Club’s ‘No Cop’ policy is no longer plastered on the front door.

“I didn’t want the other folks there to take the heat that I’m willing to take,” Chambers said.

Despite the backlash, Chambers says he still stands by the message it conveyed.

“We’ve had an explicitly stated ‘No Cop’ policy since we opened, and we also don’t open membership to active members of the military,” he said.

For Chambers, a lifelong political activist, the sign and policy is a political statement outside a multi use space which serves as a gym, community gathering spot and meeting place for activists in the metro area.

He says groups who work out there are generally minorities who are uncomfortable with the presence of law enforcement agents.

The Atlanta Police Department would not comment on the policy, but told 11Alive News, “Were we to respond to an emergency there, this sign would not stop us from lawfully doing our job.”

“If they have a warrant, they can go anywhere they want, but we’re not breaking the law,” Chambers said.

The question now is what happens if Chambers or anyone inside the gym needs the police.

Chambers says they never have, and won’t ever need the help of officers. He says he plans to put the ‘No Cop’ sign back up without the foul language.

Lawyers we talked with found the policy strange, but said because law enforcement officers are not a protected class under the law, only the courts can decide if EAV Barbell Club is violating any anti discrimination laws.
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TORONTO Fiery R singer Jessie Reyez, whose potent songs include one about sexual abuse in the music industry, has tied with Arcade Fire for the most nominations at this year Juno Awards.

The Toronto performer picked up four nods at the Junos unveiling on Tuesday best R recording, best music video, breakthrough artist of the year and the Juno Fan Choice award.

Rock favourites Arcade Fire grabbed best group, single, album and alternative album nominations, while other leading Juno contenders include late Tragically Hip frontman Gord Downie, the Arkells, Ruth B and Hedley, who have three nominations apiece.

Drake was notably absent from the list despite his album Life being released within the year. Organizers said he chose not to submit the project for consideration, which falls in line his decision to skip the Grammy Awards earlier this year.

Reyez stood out as a particularly timely contender for her outspokenness towards an industry where she only just begun making inroads.

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During Tuesday announcement, Junos president Allan Reid acknowledged criticism that the Canadian music industry suffers from a shortfall in female representation.

Over the past two years, the lack of women among the Juno nominees became a focal point for some in the industry, leading to the Twitter hashtag JunosSoMale.

The criticism intensified when co host Russell Peters called Heritage Minister Melanie Joly on last year broadcast and made jokes that critics said sexualized women. Junos organizers later apologized and said they did not any way support, nor did we sanction, the off script remarks. who is also president of the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, told the industry crowd the organization has pushed for several changes in recent months.

He said a partnership with pop duo Tegan and Sara and the advocacy group Women in Music helped recruit more female Juno voters, while CARAs has added four women to its board of directors.

Junos organizers also plan to create a scholarship to help encourage young women to enter music production and engineering fields.

at CARAs we have a voice in this industry and a big platform to use it, so this is our chance to do that, Reid said.

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SUTHERLAND SPRINGS, Texas (Reuters) A gunman dressed in black tactical gear massacred at least 26 worshipers and wounded 20 others at a white steepled church in Texas on Sunday, carrying out the latest in a series of mass shootings that have plagued the United States.

The lone suspect, also wearing a ballistic vest and carrying a Ruger assault rifle, fired into the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs and kept shooting after he went inside. Sutherland Springs is in Wilson County, about 40 miles (65 km) east of San Antonio.

The victims ranged in age from 5 to 72 years old, law enforcement officials told a news conference. Among the dead was the 14 year old daughter of Pastor Frank Pomeroy, the family told several television stations.

After the shooting, the gunman, described as a white man in his 20s, was fired on by a local resident with a rifle. The suspect dropped his assault weapon, and fled in his vehicle, said Freeman Martin, regional director of the Texas Department of Public Safety.

Soon afterward, the suspect crashed his vehicle near the border of neighboring Guadalupe County and was found dead inside with a cache of weapons.

“We are dealing with the largest mass shooting in our state’s history,” Texas Governor Greg Abbott said at the news conference.

“We don’t think he had any connection to this church,” Wilson County Sheriff Joe Tackitt told CNN. “We have no motive.”

Jeff Forrest, a 36 year old military veteran who lives a block away from the church, said what sounded like high caliber, semi automatic gunfire triggered memories of his four combat deployments with the Marine Corps.

“I was on the porch, I heard 10 rounds go off and then my ears just started ringing,” Forrest said. history. The shootings have stirred a years long national debate over whether easy access to firearms was contributing to the trend.

President Donald Trump said he was monitoring the situation while in Japan on a 12 day Asian trip.

“This act of evil occurred as the victims and their families were in their place of sacred worship,” the president said. (1730 GMT) during the church services, according to media reports. It was unclear how many worshipers were inside at the time.

Connally Memorial Medical Center in Floresville received eight patients, the hospital said in a statement, while Brooke Army Medical Center at Fort Sam Houston received another eight.

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The First Baptist Church is one of two houses of worship in Sutherland Springs, an area home to fewer than 900 residents, according to the 2010 Census. There are also two gas stations and a Dollar General store in town.

The white painted, one story structure features a small steeple and a single front door. flag and a third, unidentified banner.

Inside, there is a small raised platform on which members sang worship songs to guitar music and the pastor delivered a weekly sermon, according to videos posted on YouTube. In one of the clips, a few dozen people, including young children, can be seen sitting in the wooden pews. Air Force said Kelley served in its Logistics Readiness unit at Holloman Air Force Base in New Mexico from 2010 until his discharge.

Kelley’s Facebook page has been deleted, but cached photos show a profile picture where he appeared with two small children. He also posted a photo of what appeared to be an assault rifle, writing a post that read: “she’s a bad bitch.”

The shooting occurred on the eighth anniversary of the Nov. 5, 2009, massacre of 13 people at the Fort Hood Army base in central Texas. Army Medical Corps psychiatrist convicted of the killings is now awaiting execution.

In 2015, a white gunman killed nine black parishioners at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina. The gunman was sentenced to death for the racially motivated attack.

In September, a gunman killed a woman in the parking lot of a Tennessee church on Sunday morning and wounded six worshipers inside the building before shooting himself in a scuffle with an usher who rushed to stop the attack.

(Additional reporting by Bernie Woodall in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Jon Herskovitz in Austin, Texas and Phil Stewart in Washington; Writing by Frank McGurty; Editing by Lisa Shumaker and Peter Cooney)

Sutherland Springs is in Wilson County, about 40 miles (65 km) east of San Antonio.

The victims ranged in age from 5 to 72 years old, law enforcement officials told a news conference. Among the dead was the 14 year old daughter of Pastor Frank Pomeroy, the family told several television stations.
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The City of Orlando has released names and ages of victims of the nightclub shooting whose next of kin have been contacted. The city gave no additional information other than the names. Edward Sotomayor Jr., 34 Stanley Almodovar III, 23 Luis Omar Ocasio Capo, 20 Juan Ramon Guerroro, 22 Eric Ivan Ortiz Rivera, 36 Peter O. Gonzalez Cruz, 22 Luis S. Vielma, 22 Kimberly Morris, 37 Eddie Jamoldroy Justice, 30 Darryl Roman Burt II, 29 Deonka Deidra Drayton, 32 Alejandro Barrios Martinez, 21 Anthony Luis Laureanodisla, 25 Jean Carlos Mendez Perez, 35 Franky Jimmy Dejesus Velazquez, 50 Amanda Alvear, 25 Martin Benitez Torres, 33 Luis Daniel Wilson Leon, 37 Mercedez Marisol Flores, 26 Xavier Emmanuel Serrano Rosado, 35 Gilberto Ramon Silva Menendez, 25 Simon Adrian Carrillo Fernandez, 31 Oscar A Aracena Montero, 26 Enrique L. Officials say they don’t yet know if anyone will be charged in the massacre that left 50 dead at a gay Florida club. 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About 50 people were gathered outside Orlando Regional Medical Center on Sunday, many in tears and anxious.

Evans says, “It sounded like fireworks pop, pop, pop and then everybody scatters.”

Jackie Smith was inside the club and says two friends next to her were shot. She says she hasn’t gotten updates on their conditions. She came out of the hospital and burst into tears in the arms of friends.

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Police Chief John Mina said at a Sunday news conference that the shooter used the assault rifle, with unknown rounds, and also had a handgun.

Officials at the news conference also say they have securing the suspect’s vehicle, a van, right outside the club.

The shooter has been identified as Omar Mateen of Port St. Lucie, Florida. Officials have said they’re investigating whether the massacre was an act of terrorism.

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MONTREAL Quebec provincial long gun registry is set to come into effect on Monday the one year anniversary of the Quebec City mosque shooting.

Public Security Minister Martin Coiteux told reporters on Sunday that gun owners will have one year to register their existing firearms through a quick, free process that can be done online.

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Coiteux said the Jan. 29 date was not chosen to coincide with the anniversary of the mosque shooting where six men died, adding that he wants to treat the events separately.

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The National Firearms Association, in conjunction with a Quebec based pro gun lobby group, had argued in court that the province was wading into federal territory when it passed its own long gun registry law in June 2016.

Opponents of the registry have also argued that it will be unworkable and costly, as well as ineffective in stopping those who are intent on committing crimes.

Coiteux insisted the information was valuable.

is not a guarantee that nothing will happen, he said. of course we can do more in terms of prevention if we have more information. said the registry is expected to cost about $20 million and is within budget so far.

The now defunct federal long gun registry was created by the Liberals in 1998 in response to the murder of 14 women at Montreal Ecole polytechnique in 1989. They were targeted by a gunman because of their gender.

Heidi Rathjen, a survivor of the massacre and spokesperson for gun control advocacy group PolySeSouvient, said the provincial registry is news.

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She addressed critics of the registry by pointing out that it was only one part of a comprehensive effort that is needed to fight gun violence.

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Colorado’s debate over guns forged over years of mass shootings and rekindled after the Oct. 1 massacre in Las Vegas is set to play out during next year’s race for governor.

That’s particularly true among activists on both sides of the debate who during the primaries are poised to magnify even the smallest differences among Democratic and Republican candidates.

Taking center stage in this tug of war: a relitigation of the state’s 2013 gun laws whose passage followed similar attacks in Aurora and Newtown, Conn.

In the four years since Colorado took the twin steps of expanding background checks to private sales and limiting the size of magazines to 15 rounds, there remains a deep divide over beliefs in their effectiveness with state statistics and one recent study suggesting the efforts have had a limited impact.

Who or what is to blame for their efficacy is another point of contention. As are a number of other gun related issues, from proposed bans on the “bump stocks” used in the Las Vegas shooting to a failed effort by Congress to outlaw dozens of assault weapons.

Where they stand on guns

The Denver Post sent a survey to candidates running for governor. Here are their answers.

“I don’t want to hear about support for the Second Amendment,” said Tony Fabian, president of the Colorado State Shooting Association. “We want to hear specifics. And one of those specifics we better hear (is) a repeal the 2013 gun control laws.”

Said Shannon Watts, founder of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America: “What is important to us is that the laws that are in place are upheld.”The Denver Post conducted interviews with and a survey of nine candidates in the 2018 governor’s race. Among the four GOP candidates, there is little variation in how each would approach gun regulation a homogeneity that makes the field’s split opinion over background checks stand out. Rep. Jared Polis, D Boulder, is the closest thing to an outlier in either party. How the issue affects his candidacy could reveal the degree to which gun control groups have gained influence on the left.

Universal background checks divide GOP

Every Democratic candidate said they support the requirement for background checks on all gun purchases in the state. But Republicans are divided over whether the legislature and Gov. John Hickenlooper went too far four years ago in mandating them for private sales.

Both Doug Robinson and Victor Mitchell said they backed the expansive checks.

Robinson, a former investment banker and nephew to Mitt Romney said it helps keep guns “out of the hands of those that can do damage.”

Mitchell, a businessman and former state lawmaker, said that while he had doubts about universal background checks’ ability to stop mass shootings, he still was “generally supportive” of them as long as they are “done in a way that firearm owners can sell their firearms to other law abiding citizens.”

By contrast, two GOP officeholders in the race state Treasurer Walker Stapleton and 18th Judicial District Attorney George Brauchler were against it, with Stapleton promising he would sign a repeal of the new background checks if given the chance as governor.

The checks prevented about 450 people in 2016 from buying guns during a private exchange, a subset of the roughly 8,700 denials of all attempted purchases in the state.

About 2.2 percent of the more than 20,000 private sales were denied,
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an amount nearly identical to the rejection rate of those trying to buy weapons through a dealer with a federal firearms license. In all, Colorado rejected about 8,700 sales out of about 389,000 attempts.

Most often it’s for a criminal record. Last year, for both private and dealer sales, that included nearly 1,600 applicants with an assault conviction and another 150 applicants with a history of sexual assault. About 430 people with a restraining order were denied the ability to buy a gun.

Still, a rejection isn’t always valid. Last year, more than half of the 8,704 rejections were appealed. In 2,427 cases or nearly 28 percent of the time the decision was reversed, according to the Colorado Bureau of Investigation.

Even so, gun control activists and the field of Democratic candidates said it’s a fair tradeoff.

Universal background checks are “keeping us all safe,” said Cary Kennedy, a former state treasurer and one of the Democrats running for governor.

One recent study, however, has raised questions about its efficacy.

A joint investigation by the Violence Prevention Research Program at the University of California Davis and the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health found that Colorado did not see the rise in background checks that researchers had expected when the state expanded the checks to private sales.

The findings in the Oct. 6 paper were part of a broader examination of the impact of comprehensive background checks in Delaware, Colorado and Washington. Rates increased noticeably in Delaware but not in Colorado and Washington, and one theory was a lack of compliance and enforcement in the latter two states.
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