Records seized from MSU by Attorney General's office
Agents from the Department of the Attorney General and Michigan State Police went to the Hannah Administration Building and Fee Hall.
Andrea Bitely, communications director for the Attorney General's office, said officials were there to continue the investigation into MSU regarding its handling of the Larry Nassar case.
“On Saturday, January 27, immediate production of physical items assigned to William Strampel were requested by the Special Counsel," Bitely said in a statement. "This has not occurred. We are continuing to investigate with our partners at the Michigan State Police and will not be providing further comment.”
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