Michigan State asks attorneys to cooperate with Larry Nassar investigation

Michigan State asks attorneys to cooperate with Larry Nassar investigation
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. -- Michigan State University told the state's attorney general that it intends to cooperate fully with requests for more information about the school's internal investigation into its handling of serial sexual predator Larry Nassar. Michigan State president Lou Anna Simon sent a letter to state attorney general Bill Schuette on Wednesday to say she has instructed the attorneys hired to conduct that investigation to respond to his office's request for their help. Schuette wrote to Simon on Monday to ask for the results of the report when it concludes. "The university has been and remains ready, willing and able to fully cooperate with any inquiry by law enforcement authorities," Simon wrote in the letter. Nassar, 54, has admitted to using his power as a doctor at Michigan State and with USA Gymnastics for nearly two decades to sexually assault young women who came to him for medical care. Nassar pleaded guilty to 10 counts of first-degree... 
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