Larry Nassar

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Michigan State University trustees heard criticism today (FRIDAY) from sexual assault survivors and their families over MSU’s decision not to hand over six-thousand documents related to the Larry Nassar case to the Attorney General’s office.

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There’s been a guilty plea in connection with fraudulent claims to a fund set up by Michigan State University for the treatment of sexual assault survivors.

Courtesy liveon.msu.edu

Michigan State University says it will not release thousands of documents related to its investigation of convicted sex abuser Larry Nassar. 

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The East Lansing City Council is calling on Michigan State University to release thousands of documents withheld from the public tied to the Larry Nassar sex abuse scandal.

Courtesy Dana Nessel's Twitter

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel sent a letter yesterday [WED] asking Michigan State University's Board of Trustees to release roughly 6-thousand documents as a part of her office’s investigation into the university and Larry Nassar.

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