While the House investigation is focused on sexual abuse in organized sport, the Senate investigation will look into the extent USAG and US Olympics were complicit in the criminal or negligent behaviour of their employees relative to sexual abuse.
Some of those organizations have spoken out to thank the father.
On Thursday, Margraves said he's grateful for $31,000 in online donations, but that he doesn't want the money. The deadline to claim your refund is March 9 and any remaining funds will be donated to local charities like Small Talk, RAVE, and the Firecracker Foundation, the statement said.
Strampel, however, did not set up any system to make sure Nassar was following those new guidelines, and others at the sports clinic where Nassar work say they were never made aware of those specific requirements. "It is with great hope that somehow the lives of these victims may be restored and renewed".
Just a couple days ago, the father of three daughters who were of Nassar's many victims, ran towards Nassar in anger, wanting to harm him for what he had done. The judge chastised Margraves for his actions, but declined to punish him for contempt of court. Additionally, he has pleaded guilty to three charges of criminal sexual misconduct in Eaton County in Michigan (The Detroit News, "Nassar faces reckoning at federal child porn sentencing", 12.6.2018).
She cited the story as an example of yet another part of the Nassar scandal that remains uninvestigated, which she fears will continue if the US Olympic Committee doesn't begin a truly independent probe with full access to all emails and data, one that will be released to the public.
Strampel is named as a defendant in civil lawsuits filed against MSU in relation to Nassar, who was a MSU faculty member and a physician at its Sport Medicine Clinic for 20 years until he was sacked in September 2016.
During the hearing on February 2, Margraves asked Judge Janice Cunningham if he could have "five minutes in a locked room with this demon".