But that wasn't done, Dunlap told the State Journal, because when prosecutors found out the Title IX investigation had not found a violation of policy, they told O’Brien that they didn't plan to charge Nassar.Eight months after Ingham County prosecutors denied the warrant request for the third time, Denhollander contacted the MSU police department."I brought an entire file of evidence with me," she said on Wednesday, the final day of Nassar's sentencing. And I brought with me to those reports, my medical records showing that Larry had never charted penetrative techniques.The Title IX investigation from Thomashow's report, which started in April 2014, ended three months later, and the university let Nassar resume seeing patients. It concluded that Nassar had not violated university policy, based in part on the opinions of four medical experts who had close ties to Nassar and worked for the university.Nassar himself had recommended one of them to the investigator for an interview.Nassar met with police on May 29, 2014, about two months after the appointment. '"Two women have said that in 1997 they raised concerns about Nassar to MSU women's gymnastics coach Kathie Klages, who cautioned them from reporting Nassar; Klages then told Nassar the women raised concerns.He already had been removed from clinical duties, a result of the Title IX investigation stemming from Thomashow's report."Nassar stated he is not saying he did not touch (Thomashow)," Capt. After the 2014 interview with police, Nassar began sending O'Brien emails, including later that day, with lectures, videos and references to other doctors who performed similar procedures, all meant to show that what he did was medical.
"I had my journals showing the mental anguish I had been in since the assault, a catalog of national and international medical journal articles showing what real pelvic floor treatment looks like.Amanda Thomashow, center, becomes emotional after seeing supporters lining the sidewalk outside the courthouse after day six of victim-impact statements in Larry NassarÕs sentencing hearing on Tuesday, Jan.23, 2018, at the Veterans Memorial Courthouse in Lansing. The Firecracker Foundation and End Violent Encounters coordinated the rally of support. He only stopped when she physically removed his hands from her.On July 1, 2015, university police submitted a warrant request for a fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct charge, a misdemeanor. 15, 2015, prosecutors denied the charges and said what Nassar did appeared to be "a very innovative and helpful manipulation," emails related to the denial of charges show.O’Brien later emailed Assistant Prosecutor Steve Kwasnik, who denied the warrant, and said she agreed with the decision, that it appeared Nassar and Thomashow told similar versions of the events, and that Nassar appeared to be telling the truth during his interview.