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LISTEN: Remarks & Answers from Fmr. MSU President Simon During Senate Hearing

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Former Michigan State University president Lou Anna K. Simon appears before a U.S. Senate hearing on June 5, 2018.

Former Michigan State University president Lou Anna Simon appeared Tuesday under subpoena in front of a Senate subcommittee about how the handling of the Larry Nassar sexual abuse investigation. Click on this story to hear Simon's Opening and Closing remarks and some exchanges with Senators during the hearing.

"I am horrified that Nassar's crimes happened during my tenure," Simon said during her opening remarks. "Had I known that Nassar was sexually abusing young women, I would have taken immediate action to prevent him from preying on additional victims."

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Former MSU president Lou Anna K. Simon makes closing statement at U.S. senate hearing about Larry Nassar investigation.

  Click here to see the entire 2 hour, 54 minute hearing on C-SPAN.

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Former MSU president Lou Anna K. Simon responds to a question from U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal during a hearing about the Larry Nassar abuse investigation.

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U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar questions former MSU president Lou Anna K. Simon about a 2014 report about Larry Nassar and why an university review of the abuse investigation has not been released publicly.

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U.S. Sen. Gary Peters (D) Michigan questions former MSU president Lou Anna K. Simon about Larry Nassar's boss, former MSU dean William Strampel.

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U.S. Sen. Jerry Moran questions former MSU president Lou Anna K. Simon about 2014 Title IX investigation as part of hearing on the Larry Nassar sexual abuse case.

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U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal questions former MSU president Lou Anna K. Simon.

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