Enraged Dad Attacks Pedophile Nassar in Court... "I Want That Son of a *****!"


Convicted child sex abuser Larry Nassar just got a frightening look at the consequences of his sick actions… and a preview of what the rest of his life will look like the moment he walks into prison.

Never get between an abuser and the dad of a girl who has been hurt. A courtroom in Michigan witnessed a father’s righteous rage on Friday, when the parent of three girls who were sexually abused by Nassar, — a former doctor for the USA Olympics gymnastics team — attacked the pedophile.

Randall Margraves, clearly struggling with the pain of facing his daughters’ abuser, stared down Nassar and made a chilling request to the judge.

“Margarves, whose daughters Lauren and Madison Rae had just finished speaking, plaintively asked the judge if he could have five minutes alone with the ‘demon’ in a locked room,” The Daily Wire reported

“I would ask you to, as part of this sentencing, to grant me five minutes in a locked room with this demon. Would you do that?” the father requested.

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Judge Janice Cunningham had no choice but to deny that request. The father again asked for just one minute with the sex abuser, which was again turned down.

“You know I can’t do that. That’s not how I do business,” the judge explained.

That’s when Randall Margraves’ duty and instincts as a father kicked in, and he decided to take matters into his own hands.

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The dad suddenly lunged at Nassar, intent on giving him a lesson in justice with his fists, but “was blocked by Nassar’s attorney Matthew Newburg and then was restrained by at least three deputies,” said The Daily Wire.

“They grabbed Margraves, got him in a headlock and got him on the floor, as he cried, ‘Let me at that son-of-a-b****! I want that! I want that son-of-a-b****! Give me one minute with that bastard! One minute,'” the report continued.

Law enforcement officers in the courtroom had a duty to hold back the irate father, but were clearly also sympathetic.

“Relax, sir. Take it easy buddy. Now we’re gonna let up, K? You have to let up, too, K? Sit up,” one deputy calmly told Randall Margraves as the incident winded down. Another appeared to whisper reassurance in the dad’s ear. “What if this happened to you guys?” Margraves asked the officers.

“You cannot behave like that. No one can behave like this. I want to make sure it’s crystal clear,” sanctimoniously scolded Assistant Attorney General Angela Povilaitis, the lead prosecutor in the case against Nassar.

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Margraves shot back the only appropriate response: “You haven’t lived through it, lady.”

The man who will now be living through his own personal hell is Larry Nassar.

Nassar, 54, was sentenced last month to between 40 and 175 years by Ingham County Circuit Court Judge Rosemarie Aquilina on seven sexual assault charges. In December, a federal judge sentenced him to 60 years in prison for three child pornography charges,” the Lansing State Journal explained.

The doctor convicted of using his position on the gymnastics team to sexually abuse hundreds of young girls will spend the rest of his life in prison… and it’s safe to assume that other prisoners will take care of him in their own way as soon as he’s behind bars. Even hardened criminals look down on pedophiles.

Randall Margraves — the father who was stopped just short of re-arranging Nassar’s face in court — was detained but not arrested or charged with any crime. It turns out there’s justice after all.

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Benjamin Arie is an independent journalist and writer. He has personally covered everything ranging from local crime to the U.S. president as a reporter in Michigan before focusing on national politics. Ben frequently travels to Latin America and has spent years living in Mexico.