I quoted this passage from the press coverage of Larry Nassar case previously, and I will do it again here.
To me, it looks from this description, that it is very likely, that the evidence, three external hard drives, with two of them clearly marked with Nassar’s name, could very well have been PLANTED in Nassar’s garbage.
The reasons why he and his lawyers did not bring up this issue, are not clear.
“According to the deal, Nassar agreed to plead guilty to three federal counts of receiving and possessing child pornography and destroying and concealing evidence when he believed, correctly, that the ongoing investigation by law enforcement would reveal his child-pornography activities.”
How did he “destroy and conceal the evidence”?
It looks like he handed it to the investigators on a silver platter.
Or someone else did this for him (!!!)
“Today’s guilty plea … ensures that all of Dr. Nassar’s victims, including those who are not victims of the current charges or referenced in the plea agreement, will have an opportunity for vindication through the broad federal sentencing process. My office will be aggressively pursuing a sentence that accounts for all of Dr. Nassar’s conduct.”
“MONEY!” is written in big red letters all over the Nassar’s case
There might be some aspects, details, and underpinnings in this case, that we simply do not know about, or do not know enough.
We have to keep in mind, when people are depressed, and Nassar clearly was, they may accuse themselves of all the sins and crimes imaginable and unimaginable.
His lawyers legal strategy also raises questions, some people would say that it simply does not make much sense.
It will take a team of good lawyers to review Nassar’s case, and it will take some time.
The open questions in his case still remain open, and they should be answered.
This is very unlikely, I think.
“On July 11, 2017, Nassar pleaded guilty to federal child pornography charges, and was sentenced to 60 years in prison on December 7, 2017. On November 22, 2017, he pleaded guilty in state court to seven charges of first-degree sexual assault and entered another guilty plea a week later to three additional charges of sexual assault. On January 24, 2018, Nassar was sentenced to an additional 40 to 175 years in prison, set to run after Nassar serves the 60-year federal prison sentence for child pornography. On February 5, 2018, Nassar received another 40 to 125 years. As of 2019, he is incarcerated at US Penitentiary, Coleman.”