Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel wants to talk to John Engler about what Nessel thinks was a lack of transparency while Engler ran MSU.
The attorney general’s office has asked MSU lawyers to set up an interview of Engler with A-G investigators.
Nessel’s spokesperson says Nessel is concerned about Engler’s lack of transparency and cooperation with the investigation of the university under former Attorney General Bill Schuette.
Engler has refused to give up some documents relating to Larry Nassar.
The release of records of how MSU handled the Nassar scandal has gone to court, with the university citing attorney-client privilege. At least 29 documents are being reviewed by a judge.