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USAGymnastics CEO breaks silence on Larry Nassar: 'I was appalled and sickened'
After six months of silence on Larry Nassar, USAGymnastics CEO Kerry Perry told a House subcommittee May 23 that she was "appalled and sickened" and apologized to the victims.
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