The former Michigan State staffer of seven years left the university in 2015 because of how the athletic program covered up sexual-assault cases. "But at the same time, I can't think of my gymnastic career without thinking about Larry Nassar". "She. doesn't deserve to hold the title of MSU president". These accusations were reported as early as the year 1997 and all the way up until Nassar, a doctor at the university, was sacked in 2016.
A public report will be available after the investigation. The 54-year-old convicted serial sexual predator sexually assaulted scores of girls and young women when they came to him for medical appointments at the school's sports clinic. Outside the Lines told Cody of the main findings of its reporting. "I can assure you in last year's incidents I also immediately reported them to the proper authorities". The Outside the Lines report also found that MSU administrators still have not provided to federal officials all documents related to the Nassar allegations. He said there's absolutely no truth to that report.
MI state legislators were reportedly considering ways to impeach all the trustees if they don't resign. But shortly afterwards one trustee dissented. No charges were filed in each of the six cases.
Schuette offered few details on how his investigation of MSU will proceed, and did not take questions from reporters.
He said if MSU employees were not following policy, investigators will find out who and why and recommend changes. It's impacted the last three days here in East Lansing. She attended the whole of the second day. He's the second university official to step down this week.
On Wednesday, trustee Dianne Byrum in a written statement accused MSU of being tone deaf, unresponsive, unapologetic and insensitive to the victims.
Hours later, the university named its vice president to serve as acting president after the departure of President Lou Anna Simon. In her resignation letter, Simon blamed the "politicized" tragedy for her ouster.
The accusers said they were regularly molested after they sought medical treatment for various injuries.
-What actions were or weren't taken upon knowing this.
The MSU Board of Trustees asked Schuette to investigate the events surrounding the wide-ranging sexual abuse case of the former doctor. He insisted he did not know about complaints of abuse until an Indianapolis Star report in 2016. The sheriff's office has not said what its investigation is about or when it began. In any way I can help, I look forward to that.
During this extremely hard and challenging time for our community, I would first like to express our deepest sympathies, and my deepest sympathies to the courageous survivors of Larry Nassar's abuse.
Our campus, and beyond, has been attacked by evil, an individual who broke trust and so much more.
Now, as it relates to the matter of this game, we'll get to that, and the impact that today's news has had on Tom's program, because he did address that with his team earlier today.