"On a number of occasions, Nassar was even devious enough to deceive parents who were present in the room during the abuse", he said.
"If there's no report, there's no investigation", Manly said Friday.
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. "Had we found such conduct, we would have reported such evidence to law enforcement promptly".
Aside from the criminal cases, more than 100 women and girls are suing Nassar. The former gymnastics doctor also admitted to sexually abusing underage girls.More news: Sam Allardyce backs Wayne Rooney to step up in Merseyside derby
Nassar was sentenced Thursday to 60 years in federal prison on separate charges of possessing child pornography and destroying evidence of those images. He has also been named in multiple civil lawsuits. They say the people in a position to stop him told the girls that they were misunderstanding medical procedures and suggested they shouldn't talk to others about their concerns. Michigan Public Radio's Rick Pluta has more. Last February, Schuette said his focus was strictly on Nassar when the former physician was charged with his state crimes.
Nassar, 54, worked at Michigan State University and at USA Gymnastics, the Indianapolis-based group that trains Olympians. The spokesman said Michigan State now has no reason to believe any criminal conduct was found in that probe.
Fitzgerald also said, "we believe the evidence will show that no MSU offical believed that Nassar committed sexual abuase prior to newspaper reports in later summer 2016".
Bitely says. "We're reviewing the letter to determine our next steps". "The Attorney General brought charges a year ago and there still hasn't been an independent investigation". "And much as there is no 'investigative report, ' there is no document that constitutes 'Fitzgerald findings, '" he said.
Fitzgerald said Nassar "fooled everyone around him - patients, friends, colleagues, and fellow doctors at MSU", and that no one at the university attempted to cover-up his wrongdoing.