"We still have to hold these organisations accountable".
"This story is not about me", she said at the time. "That is unacceptable." Bishop says he requested the inquiry in a letter to Congressman Trey Gowdy, Chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, and House Speaker Paul Ryan.
"We're not done yet".
Nassar sexually abused a total of seven minors. If they refuse, USA Gymnastics will be decertified, stripping it of all governing authority in the sport of gymnastics.
"Inside the facility, coaches are never allowed to be alone with a child in the bathrooms".
Three top USA Gymnastics board members resigned Monday, but minutes after a judge announced Nassar's sentence Wednesday, the U.S. Olympic Committee announced more changes were needed, including a turnover of the organization's entire board and an independent investigation of the culpability of both officials at USA Gymnastics and the USOC for Nassar's crimes.
"According to my knowledge, Larry Nassar did not have a medical license in Texas where we trained for the Olympics. It can not ever happen again".
"We understand that the requirements imposed by the letter will help us enhance our ability to build a culture of empowerment throughout the organization, with an increased focus on athlete safety and well-being", the statement said.
Others, however, praised Aquilina for her handling of the situation and for her comments toward the victims in the case.
"The way that they spoke, the way that they delivered their speeches".
Before reading his fate aloud to the courtroom - which she dubbed his "death warrant" - Aquilina invited more than 150 women and girls to share their personal testimonies, and offered up words of support to each one.
Nassar stared at her while she was giving her statement, she said, but added that it was more of a blank stare.