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No one at Michigan State knew about doctor's sexual assaults, lawyer says

No one at Michigan State knew about doctor's sexual assaults, lawyer says

A former federal prosecutor hired by Michigan State University said there's no evidence that school officials knew a campus doctor was sexually abusing young female athletes.

Patrick Fitzgerald made the disclosure in a letter to state Attorney General Bill Schuette, who had asked for the university's internal report on Dr. Larry Nassar. Fitzgerald said there is no report or "Fitzgerald findings." But he said Michigan State is "ready, willing and able to cooperate" with any inquiry by state or federal authorities.

Fitzgerald's letter was released Friday by Schuette, a day after Nassar was sentenced to 60 years in prison for possessing child pornography and...

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