EAST LANSING, Mich. (Michigan News Source) – After several years of sitting on documents and claiming “attorney-client privilege,” Michigan State University (MSU) has started transferring thousands of documents related to the Larry Nassar investigation to Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel.

The university said the document transfer process will happen in several batches so documents can be reviewed and redacted. The goal is to have all the documents to Nessel’s office by the end of March.

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On Dec. 15, the MSU Board of Trustees voted  to release the documents related to the Nassar investigation.