As for the silence that has surrounded Dr. Nassar's actions for so long, she asks, "Why are we not interested in what the Federation has done, what Larry Nassar has done, to manipulate these girls so much? they were afraid to talk?"
In the interview, Raisman said she wants help change the culture for future gymnasts.
More than 130 women have filed lawsuits against Nassar, saying he sexually abused them as he worked with the US gymnastics team for more than two decades. He eventually was arrested on child pornography charges and pleaded guilty.
"I am angry", she said. When I see these young girls that come up to me and they ask for pictures or autographs, whatever it is, I just ... I can't. every time I look at them, every time I see them smiling, I just think. The scandal, revealed in late 2016, has shaken the discipline and led to the resignation in March of the president of the American Federation, Steve Penny.
Raisman has been an outspoken advocate for survivors of sexual abuse.
Raisman writes about the alleged abuse in her new book, Fierce, explaining that she was 15 years old when she was first treated by Nassar, 60 Minutes reports. He was sacked by USA Gymnastics in 2015 after working with the organization since 1986 - he had been its national medical coordinator since 1996, the New York Times reported. She says she met with the Federal Bureau of Investigation after the 2016 Olympics in Rio.
The former athlete, who claims to be "angry", wants to "just bring change" so that young gymnasts "never have to live this again".
The list of Nassar's accusers also includes several former national team members.
USA Gymnastics launched an independent review of its policies in the wake of the allegations against Nassar in the summer of 2016, following reporting by the Indianapolis Star that highlighted chronic mishandling of abuse allegations against coaches and staff at some of its more than 3,500 clubs across the country. The organization also named Toby Stark, a child welfare advocate, as its director of SafeSport.
The actor tells the publication that he plans on filing not only a lawsuit but a criminal charge, for an undecided amount. At that time, he concluded by saying, "I understand and empathise with those who have remained silent".
Twitter says it verifies accounts of "public interests", which typically includes journalists, public figures and celebrities. Verifications have been "paused" until the company can resolve the "confusion".
However, this opinion has proved unpopular, as file managers are some of the most downloaded apps by category on the Play Store. Files Go aims to be a one-stop shop for Android users to manage their files on board without using third party apps.
It wasn't immediately clear how soon the court would rule on Elliott's claim that he was treated unfairly by the NFL . Circuit Court of Appeals denied his request for an emergency injunction at a hearing Friday in NY .
Humans and monkeys can now extend a warm welcome to sheep for joining us in being able to recognize human faces from photographs. The sheep were having two options in each step as a photo of celebrity face or another is of something else.
Jenny Wong, a passenger on the shuttle at the time of the crash, told local news station KSNV: "The shuttle just stayed still". Before you think this proves that self-driving cars have no place in this world, the shuttle wasn't at fault for the accident.
The study says, consuming even moderate amount of alcohol or alcoholic beverages may lead to high the risk of certain cancers. However, a recent ASCO survey found that 7 out of 10 Americans are unaware of a link between alcohol and cancer.
The football team garnered a score of 80 percent, which was an improvement on last year's 76 percent mark. All 13 of Gonzaga's countable programs finished above the national average in their respective sports.
Mayer said Yahoo still doesn't know exactly hackers breached all of its users, and isn't sure what flaws it needs to fix. Bill Nelson , D-Fla., said. "Massive data breaches have touched the vast majority of American consumers", said Thune.
In 2010, he pitched a no-hitter for the Phillies in Game 1 of the National League Division Series against the Cincinnati Reds. Roy Halladay of the Philadelphia Phillies pitches against the Pittsburgh Pirates on April 5, 2012 in Pittsburgh.
Apple finally fixes "i" autocorrect issue
Users must first apply their credit or debit cards to Apple's Wallet app before proceeding with the Apple Pay Cash . Apple Pay Cash has arrived as part of the iOS 11 .2 beta, and early reviews suggest it's really easy to use.
Suns deal Bledsoe to Bucks for Monroe, 2 picks
The Suns will take on the final year Greg Monroe's $17.9 million contract, while picking up a future first-round pick. Bledsoe spent the past five seasons in Phoenix after his first three years with the Clippers.
Oneplus 5T launch event scheduled for November 16th
The OnePlus 5T is expected to feature a new 6-inch QHD display crammed into the same housing as the OnePlus 5's 5.5-inch screen. TechRadar has seen confidential documentation that shows the price of the OnePlus 5T is set to stay the same in the UK.
Priti Patel quits over Israel meetings row
He said Foreign Office officials in Israel had only become aware of her visit on August 24, after she was already in the country. Ms May reportedly responded in another letter to say she believed that Ms Patel has made the "right" decision.
What's wrong with the 'i' in iPhone?
Apps that use auto-renewable subscription pricing will soon be able to offer special introductory pricing for new customers. Users will have to add their cards to each device on which they plan to use Apple Pay Cash .
Amazon makes Fire TV Stick available in over 100 countries
The two are practically identical, as far as we can tell, in both design and features, apart from the US-only Alexa voice support. For many in Europe, streaming Amazon Prime is spotty unless the user has a Chromecast , set-top box, or TV that supports it.