Nessel’s request denied by MSU Board for remaining Nassar documents
About 6,000 documents remain withheld by the University
LANSING, Mich. (WILX) - The Michigan State University (MSU) Board of Trustees denied Attorney General Dana Nessel’s request for the remaining documents on the investigation of Larry Nassar.
Nessel formally renewed the request for the remaining documents regarding the department’s investigation of Larry Nassar on April 14.
On April 21, the Board declined to hold a vote on the release of those documents. About 6,000 documents remain withheld by the university.
Nessel appealed for the full and unredacted release of “the remaining documents our office requested and to fulfill its stated pledge to continue cooperating with the investigation through its conclusion.”
According to the Attorney General’s Office, The Michigan State University (MSU) Board of Trustees is compromised of new members and leadership since the start of the year.
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