Randall Margraves stood at the podium and attacked Doctor Larry Nassar in Eaton County Court after Nassar had been accused of sexually molesting three of Randall's daughters (video below).
Two of the girls read their victim impact statements and once they finished, requested that Judge Janice Cunningham allow them to chat for five minutes with the "demon."
The judge denied this plea, after which their father requested a minute with the man. This was also denied, and the father plunged forward to attack the culprit.
"Give me one minute with that bastard," said Randall before he was pinned to the ground by the officials. "I want that son of a b***h."
"I see the look on their faces and I know they want to do something and they can't,” said daughter Lauren, who was molested at the age of 13. She also said that it had been especially difficult for her parents.
After his daughters were done and prepared to go to their seats, Randall spoke. "I would ask you, as part of the sentencing to grant me five minutes in a locked room with this demon. Would you give me one minute?"
"Obviously what just occurred in the courtroom was scary and caused a level of discomfort for all of you, and I'm sorry that happened," said Judge Cunningham.
"My heart started beating fast and my legs felt shaky after that quick eruption of violence," she continued.
"I recognize that Mr. Margraves has three daughters that he had to watch go through this pain and hurt," she went on to say.
"If it is hard and difficult for me to hear what his daughters had to say, I can’t imagine what it is like for him."
Judge Cunningham asked that Randall not get himself into trouble in that courtroom.
"What Mr. Nassar did was horrible. It's unthinkable. But please let the criminal justice system do what it's supposed to do," Judge Cunningham continued.
Nassar was eventually sentenced to a total of 175 years of prison after a seven-day sentencing hearing in the Michigan courtroom.
Before leaving to serve his time, the pedophile doctor faced his victims and made a statement to them.
"Your words these past several days, your words, have had a significant emotional effect on myself and has shaken me to my core." He reportedly spoke softly, his eyes full of tears.
"I also realize what I'm feeling pales in comparison."
He added: "I will carry you words with me for the rest of my days."
"What I did in the state cases was medical, not sexual, but because of the [federal porn conviction] I lost all credibility," read the presiding judge from a letter Nassar had handed in to the court.
"So I'm trying to avoid a trial to save the stress to my community, my family. But look what's happening. It's wrong."
"I was a good doctor, because my treatments worked and those patients that are now speaking out were the same ones that praised and came back over and over," wrote Nassar.
"The media convinced them that it was wrong and bad."
To this, the judge said, as the audience gasped, "Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned."
"I just signed your death warrant," she said, reminding Nassar that he will never again see life outside of prison walls.