Larry Nassar

A view of the lecture before US Attorney General William Barr holds a press conference about the release of the Mueller Report at the Department of Justice April 18, 2019, in Washington, DC. - The final report from Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation on Thursday could leave much of the public unsatisfied because it could be heavily redacted, stripped of significant evidence and testimony that the investigators gathered.Attorney General Bill Barr made clear he will edit out large parts of Mueller's 400-page final report on his investigation of President Donald Trump and Russian election meddling. (Photo by Brendan Smialowski / AFP) (Photo by BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP via Getty Images)

DOJ pledges changes after FBI’s mishandling of Larry Nassar case

The Justice Department said it’s putting more focus on supporting victims following the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI) handling of the allegations against disgraced physician Larry Nassar. Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monoco outlined new steps the department will take to make sure federal agents and prosecutors are properly trained to assist witnesses and victims of crime.