Klages is one of four MSU individuals named as a co-defendant in lawsuits by Nassar victims against MSU.
She went on to describe being "brainwashed" by the renowned doctor and the USAG officials who exalted him.
Wieber said at Nassar's sentencing, "The people who are responsible need to accept responsibility for the pain they have caused me and the rest of the women who have been abused".
Izzo: "When I talk to you guys about basketball it's really easy". She explained how the doctor used "grooming techniques", BuzzFeed noted, to make the young female athletes believe he was their friend.
"I am here to face you, Larry, so you can see I've regained my strength. I love this sport and that love is stronger than the evil that resides in you and those who enabled you to hurt many people". Abusers, your time is up.
"The tables have turned Larry", she added.
"We need an independent investigation of exactly what happened, what went wrong, and how it can be avoided for the future".
All 12 minutes of Raisman's impact statement was powerful and empowering.
"Larry, you do realize now that we, this group of women you so heartlessly abused over such a long period of time, are now a force and you are nothing".
"I thought that training for the Olympics would be the hardest thing that I would ever have to do, but in fact, the hardest thing I've ever had to do is process that I'm a victim of Larry Nassar", Wieber said.
A noticeably nervous Wieber, accompanied by Raisman, told a MI court that Nassar first molested her when she was 14 years old.
"But even though I'm a victim, I do not and will not live my life as one", Wieber said. "I am angry with myself for not recognizing the abuse and that's something I'm struggling with today".
Nassar, who is facing a maximum sentence of life in prison, complained to the judge overseeing his sexual abuse case that listening to his victims' stories is detrimental to his health.
As a doctor with USA Gymnastics and MSU, Nassar abused more than 150 women, many of whom confronted him in court this week. Aquilina dismissed Nassar's note as "delusional".
Raisman told Nassar he will sit in prison suffering and replaying the words delivered by a "powerful army of survivors". But they've been saying that for years when all the while this nightmare was happening.
Reports in the Nation's leading newspapers and media outlets document credible claims that Michigan State University trainers and coaches received complaints about Nassar going back to the late 1990s. "It was a stress - as it says at the end, it was like a cathartic, you know what I mean, it was just a - it was meant for a cry for community mental health", he said.
That criticism has not gone unheard. Nassar sexually abused hundreds of gymnasts under the guise of giving them medical treatment.
"Although we have confidence in the integrity of the various reviews already conducted by law enforcement, subject matter experts, and outside counsel to the university, we are making this request because we believe your review may be needed to answer the public's questions concerning MSU's handling of the Nassar situation", the board wrote in a letter.