Father who tried to attack Nassar in court says he's "no hero"

Father who tried to attack Nassar in court says he's

Randall Margraves, the father of three daughters who said they were sexually abused by Larry Nassar, charged the disgraced doctor in court Friday during sentencing.

In Friday's courtroom appearance, Margraves had demanded "five minutes alone with that demon", and when the judge refused, asked for one minute.

Margraves almost reached Nassar when he rushed the doctor shortly before 10 a.m. Friday during the second day of Nassar's sentencing hearing in Eaton County.

Margraves then lunged at Nassar, who was sitting nearby.

"I delivered, unintentionally, my three daughters to a demon", he said, expressing his angst as a parent. The judge later accepted Margraves' explanation that he "lost control" of his emotions and said she would not punish him. The environment turned chaotic post the victim statement reading by sisters Lauren and Madison Margraves against Nassar, who will hear his final sentence on Monday. As uniformed officers pulled him from the courtroom, he implored them, "What if this happened to you guys?"

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Nassar was sentenced to 60 years in federal prison on child pornography charges in December, and he was sentenced to an additional 40 to 175 years in state prison last month on sexual assault charges following a seven-day sentencing hearing during which 156 women read victim impact statements in front of him in court.

Nassar must listen to scores of victims before he's sentenced next week for sexual assault. "Give me one minute with that bastard". As you can see in the first video, she made this very clear during the time when Margraves was being escorted out of the room as he yelled to her, "You haven't lived through it, lady!"

"There is no way that this court is going to issue any type of punishment given the circumstances of this case", Cunningham told Margraves after he apologized a "hundred times", according to reports. When the judge gave him permission, Margraves began, "You son of a b--", before the judge cut him off for using profanity.

That's one reason why the judge let him go instead of punishing him for contempt.

During the press conference Friday, Grewal said a GoFundMe page set up in support of Randall Margraves was not authorized and asked that it be taken down.