Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette and MSU Police Chief Jim Dunlap spoke at a press conference Wednesday to provide an update to the criminal sexual assault investigations against ex-MSU and USA Gymnastics physician Larry Nassar. Here are five things to know from the press conference.
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette and MSU Police Chief James Dunlap will hold a press conference to provide an update on sexual assault allegations against former MSU employee Larry Nassar. The press conference is set to begin at 2:30 p.m. and will take place at the Department of Attorney General in Lansing.
MSU Board of Trustees Chairman Brian Breslin announced in a statement at the Board of Trustees meeting on Friday that MSU hired Patrick Fitzgerald, a former federal prosecutor and United States attorney, to provide guidance on the former MSU employee Larry Nassar case.
MSU President Lou Anna K. Simon and members of the Board of Trustees addressed several controversies and the current campus climate surrounding MSU at Friday morning's Board of Trustees meeting.
After learning about the allegations of sexual abuse against former MSU faculty member Larry Nassar, MSU alumna Catherine Hannum sent an email to MSU President Lou Anna K. Simon detailing her interactions with Nassar. MSU has not reached out to past Nassar patients, according to Hannum’s letter.