Serial Predator Larry Nassar Molested Forty Victims While FBI Investigated Him

Feb. 4 2018, Updated 5:26 p.m. ET

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Evil coach Larry Nassar was able to molest 40 victims while the FBI investigated him, it has been revealed.

A new report reveals that 40 more victims were molested by Nassar as the FBI spent more than a year looking into their claims.

Now it appears that the FBI were slow to act despite possessing questionable instructional videos involving the shamed coach.

Shockingly, in the videos, Nassar, can be seen putting ungloved hands between girls' legs.

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It is being reported the crimes happened between July 2015 and September 2016.

This is the time period when the FBI first started digging into Nassar's activities after the Indianapolis Star publicly exposed his alleged behavior.

Nassar, a convicted predator, is now said to have 265 women and young girls accuse him of molesting them while they were seeking treatment from him.

One alleged victim, dancer Emma Ann Miller, now 15, has revealed that Nassar began molesting her under the guise of treatment when she was only 10 years old.

Retired FBI agent W. Jay Abbott, who headed up the Indianapolis field office at the time of the investigation, believes that his department was in a difficult position.

He claimed it was tricky for law enforcement to notify others - such as gymnastics, parents and coaches - about the presence of a potential child molester operating within their environs.

He said: "There is a duty to warn those who might be harmed in the future.

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"But everyone is still trying to ascertain whether a crime has been committed. And everybody has rights here' - as in, people are innocent until proven guilty."

In addition, Abbott revealed there was the question of whether Nassar's 'treatments' - which were said to include such things as 'intravaginal adjustment' - were legitimate medical procedures.

The disgraced coach pleaded guilty to possession of child pornography and other charges in July 2017 and was sentenced to serve 60 years in federal prison.

Then, on November 22 and 29, he pleaded to a combined 10 first-degree criminal sexual conduct charges.

On January 24, a judge handed down a 40 to 175 year prison sentence for those charges.

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