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Michigan town manager gives tearful apology to Nassar survivor
A Michigan town manager, Frank Walsh, and Chief of Police, Dave Hall, apologized Feb. 1 to Brianne Randall-Gay for not pursuing charges in 2004 against ex-USA gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar after she filed a police report detailing inappropriate touching when she was 17 years old.
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