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When Judge Cunningham declined once again, Randall lunged forward and attempted to attack Nassar.
The chaotic scene began minutes after sisters Lauren and Madison Margraves had concluded tearful victim statements on the second day of a sentencing hearing in Eaton County, following similar presentations by scores of other women during previous court sessions.
"Wow, control your anger", one user wrote on CNN's Facebook page. WARNING: There is explicit language in the video.
Judge Janice Cunningham said there was "no way" she would punish Mr Margraves "given the circumstances of this case".
Her father then stepped up and asked the judge if she would grant him "five minutes in a locked room with this demon". "Would you do that?"
"One of the reasons I required defendants to admit their crimes when pleading guilty was to confirm the victims' truth-telling, to make the defendants say out loud the details of their actions", she wrote.
"I'm not exactly sure what he would have done if he saw him", she said. "That's not how our legal system-". He was sentenced to up to 175 years in prison in that case.
As he was being taken into custody, Margraves said, "I want that son of a b**ch".
The officers stood him up after he calmed down.
When asked about the outpouring of support on social media, Margraves said he could "appreciate the thoughts".
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When the judge asked for assurance from Margraves that he would not put anyone else in danger, he agreed and said he wouldn't be coming to any further proceedings.
"I have never wanted to hate someone in my life, but my hate towards you is uncontrollable", the now-15-year-old told Nassar in court.
Margraves was not charged in the incident.
The victim statements ended, as they had during the first sentencing, with the words of Rachael Denhollander - the first to publicly accuse Nassar of abuse. She says improving their investigations will help hold the right people accountable. "No one can behave like this".
"You have not lived through it, lady!", he yelled back.
"You can not behave like this", Povilaitis said. "This is letting [Nassar] have power over us".
At an emergency contempt of court hearing, he apologized for his behavior and the judge decided not to charge him.
"I can not tolerate or condone vigilantism or any other type of action that basically comes down to an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth", Cunningham said.
"We can not and I can not tolerate or condone vigilantism or any other type of action that basically comes down to an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth", she said. "So I understand that". "This is not helping your children".
Meridian Township Police stated today that they will be making changes to the way the department investigates sexual assault claims. "Do not use physical violence".